Room was tidy but dusty. Not sure how long it was vacant. Savage system need improvement as the toilet smell whenever you flush it. Breakfast not provided and do consider that someone passing by can hear you from outside of the room. However it was a nice place to rest.
"Clean/ new / nice/ close to marina bay - 10 Sin $"
I and my partner ( we are in our 55th) were extremly surprise ( and happy) to see such a nice , new , comfortable and extremly clean hotel. Stuff was very friendly. Our flight was overnight so we arrived to the hotel early in the morning morning- and it was NO problem, we were given room in 30 min (they cleaned room just for us regardless that it's so early ).
Close to centre - marina bay sand hotel and Singapore attractions - it's exactly were we spent all our time in Singapore .
Will definitely stay again - for the price they charged - it's a nice surprise :)
A nice clean and simple hotel. In an interesting part of town, with lots of cheap and delicious food. At night, a gaggle of ladies-of-the-night appear, along with their male 'sales associate.' But I never felt unsafe. As long as you are not bothered by hookers, then this is a great little hotel. Very close to the subway.
Room is clean, air-condition is working, staff tidy and clean room every day (we stayed for 4 nights), thats why although the room is really small, the ventilation in the bathroom is quite bad, and the ventilation in the corridor is not good neither and always has a bit of funny smell I still think this is quite a good deal. The fact is in Singapore with this price you could hardly even rent a double room in hostel! (with shared bathroom and toilets and all kind of noises of course) That's why I am actually more than satisfactory with this hotel. Just be prepared for some little flaws and avoid having much expectations then you could be truly happy with this budget hotel .
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.