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Reviewed 14 December 2019

First time visit Singapore and stayed here for 3 nights. Really difficult to choose any good hotel with our budget. However, Keong Saik was chosen such as the best option in us. Hotel's located in the chinatown, near MRT and bus station, its really convenience moving. Hotel facilities, room, etc is old and small as we know in the internet. Well done with staff, they really know how the hotel be and what they do everyday to give good advice for tourist. Light breakfast's good enough, snack's good point which was offered everyday. With expensive cost living in singapore, this hotel's acceptable for short trip. Thank you Keong Saik !

Date of stay: November 2019
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2  Thank Huan89
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Reviewed 25 November 2019 via mobile

Stayed as a young couple for 5 nights.
Pros:
price was fairly good for the area
Close to chinatown
Walkable to outram park station and chinatown station
Staff were very nice
Room cleaned daily
Room was a good size (superior double)

Cons
Breakfast was basic, cereal & toast, sometimes scrambled egg and baked beans but nothing to get excited about
Pretty sure the milk at breakfast kept giving us stomach cramps
Location... On a very busy road with noise throughout the night
... Nextdoor to a hindu temple ringing the bell for prayer and attendance at unpopular hours (5-7am)
... Ongoing renovations at the temple meant drilling sounds were constant and stsrted as early as 7am until 12pm some nights

Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank jasontS743YX
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Reviewed 11 November 2019 via mobile

I have given it a 4 star for the overall value and hospitality I recieved for the price paid as a self-reliant solo traveller. I wouldn’t recommend it to families with kids or elderly people. Here are the pros and cons from my experience.

Pros -
1. Its is located in the centre of chinatown with many eateries around, nearest bus stand is 160 meters away and newest MRT (outram) is 400 meters away.
2. The daytime Reception staff is professional, polite and courteous with a good understanding of english language, which is unusual to find at a budget hotel in Singapore.
3. I stayed in a deluxe queen room and it had tea/coffee arrangement along with a mini-fridge, hairdryer, disposal slippers and bathroom supplies.
4. Bed and bath linen was clean and fresh.
5. While most of the branded hotel charge additionally for breakfast, you will get it for free here. It is limited to bread/butter/jam, tea/coffee, cornflakes and one side like eggs or sausage, but its enough for a someone looking for a western breakfast. They also serve tea, coffee and cookies all day for new guests.

Cons -
1. The rooms are noisy. You can hear the noise from your upper floors as well as the neighbourhood. Airconditioner was noisy too.
2. The property is old and requires maintenance/refurbishment. The wooden flooring in my room looked shabby.
3. Bathroom is very small. The shower area was lesser than one meter square. I am a tall person and barely managed to shower without banging my arms on the sides.
4. Nights duty staff knows nothing and not capable to answer any questions, not even something simple as the options to get food at late night.

Hotel rooms were also small but that is common with most of the hotels in Singapore. Overall a value for money option for backpackers and solo travellers.

Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled solo
4  Thank Noblespace
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Reviewed 2 November 2019

Horrible spot. It's in a red light district. It's incredibly noisy. They don't like foreigners here. If you are a westerner they might stuff you in a cramped room in the attic. The rooms are tiny. This hotel tarnishes the reputation of an otherwise lovely city. The hotel is in a notorious ghetto, surrounded by mafia business establishments. It's not safe at night. The manager Linda Jamal has no ethical standards. I hope you never have the displeasure of coming face to face with her. Avoid this place like the plague! I would advise westerners to find a nice hotel where they speak English and that won't get raided by the police in the middle of the night!

Room tip: Go somewhere else!
Date of stay: September 2019
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2  Thank Macario R
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Reviewed 15 October 2019 via mobile

A restored shop house in a very convenient location close to Chinatown and MRT , with friendly staff.
Simple breakfast and good wifi everywhere.
Only complaint just 5 TV channels with just 2 English speaking .
Ok if just a night or 2 but we stayed for 4 and missed TV news on breaks from shopping and re visiting old haunts

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank 2TravellingEast
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