we 2 only booked 1 day as a luggage store as we had an 8pm flight.
check in listed as 3pm we arrived at 11am from cruise ship ,staff were super friendly and helpful giving us instant check in.
room was very compact but clean served its purpose well.
could not fault.
Excellent choice for a budget hotel. Being worked in Singapore 12 years ago as a law enforcement officer I was bit concerned about the location. But to my surprise it was relatively calm and safe. I have only noted illegal cigarette sale near by the hotel. Hotel staffs were really welcoming and helpful. Only thing I would appreciate is if they can provide adequate coffee and tea with out asking.
Located in Singapore, this hotel is within 5 km (3.1 miles) of The Orchard Road shopping belt and the central business …More
Its not a fancy hotel, the room we stayed in (family room) was not too big and spacious. Although furniture are not modern enough, the room is comfortable, clean and serviced everyday. The staffs are nice. The hotel itself is simple and affordable. Fully Airconditioned. Wifi perfectly works. If you are a kind of person who will just look for place to sleep after a long activities outside, then this place will surely help you with your budget.
Traveller from Australia
Located in Singapore, this hotel is 1 km (0.6 mile) from the National Stadium and 13.9 km (8.6 miles) from the International …More
I only stayed 1 nite and left at 2 am. Room was ready when I arrived at 11 am. Amenities were great, linens were above average. Taxi left one suitcase in trunk & hotel tracked taxi driver down & made him return it (taxi made me pay again but not hotels fault) Hotel is in area without stores, restaurants, shops, etc. Would have to take taxi to go anywhere.
The hotel is a bit worn out but basically OK, in unexciting area. I would recommend it to economy-minded people who have to spend night in SIN to make next day air connection. It is about the cheapest true hotel on the Expedia list, 300 meters from the MRT train station Paya Lebar (ask somebody to show you the right exit to Geylang Road; the hotel is in Lorong 39). The train ticket is SIN$ 2.30 one way from Changi Airport. There are a number of ethnic eateries in the area that looks slightly sleazy, but generally safe.
Geylang covers the East central of the city and although a red light district, the throngs of sidewalk hawkers prevail. Stick to odd numbered Lorongs (streets) from one to 39 for cheap and good local grubs. Discover spicy frog-legs, crispy chicken and stinky tofu. Shop stands, Muslim food stalls and a museum are daytime distractions at the Malay Village and Geylang Serai market.