Reviews for Singapore Hotels

South East Asia Hotel
3.5/515 Reviews
Bugis
The decoration is very old and has some smell. You need to let the smell go in every day; the hygiene is quite clean; the sound of the air conditioner is a window machine, and the sound is relatively loud: the quilt is a layer of cloth, and there is a separate thin blanket; the location is in a pedestrian street, taxi It’s not very convenient. Many drivers don’t know it. There are subways and buses nearby. In general, the traffic is convenient; there are shopping places such as bugis around; the service is good; breakfast is relatively simple, and there is a Yabo Center nearby that is good for eating; Sim Lim Square nearby It is said that the water is deep, so please be cautious when shopping; there are no dental appliances, there are fewer charging ports, and no water is provided.
Hotel Jjh - Newly Opened Near Bugis
4/5150 Reviews
Bugis
I don't recommend this hotel or value holidays to Singapore anymore as it is too expensive and not value for money. this hotel charged me SGD45 for 2 hours of early check-in ( 1 pm) and was too strict for me to check out by 12 noon. They only give one room key and it's hard to go out keeping my family members inside. In my experience, Singapore is no longer a good tourist attraction and the shops/hotels charge you a lot of each extra service as the cost of living is too high for them.
ST Signature Bugis Middle, Short Overnight, 11 Hours 8PM-7Am
4/55 Reviews
Bugis
Overpriced for a short stay cos sometimes your flight arrives late and you have to check out early at 7am. If it’s 3 people you will not stay in 1 room . I saw they did this to a family checking in the 3rd person has to pay extra or for a new room etc. checking in takes time cos it’s self check in and very high tech. I would rather a normal 1day hotel for the same price if I have options in Singapore.
Ibis Styles Singapore Albert
4/593 Reviews
Bugis
IBIS, itself is known to all as a business hotel. Yes, this property is also the same. It has rooms of 14sqm (that is too small). The property overall is well maintained & has good staff. Special thanks to staff at reception, they are very helpful from check-in to daily transport to check-out processes. I feel they are the only ones who will cater to all ur needs. Now, if u plan to stay at this property, please note rooms are only for 2 pax. They do grant 3 pax that is 2 adults + 1 child but please don't opt. If you want then take their Family room (2 beds in a room) only. Also in Small rooms take a room with a balcony or else u will have a claustrophobic feeling as there are no windows to open. Breakfast - Don't expect a lavish spread. You will have 1 Indian item, fries, samosa, spring roll all veg. 1 nonveg item, 1 egg item, Bread toast & croissant. Juices Tea Coffee & a small slice of cake. Location; this is just perfect. 7 min to Little India, 5 min to Bugis street & easily accessible by cabs. Also, u have 7 eleven store within the premises. Restaurants - As little India is 7 min, u can walk thru any time. But just below the hotel you Shish Mahal & a few more Restaurant bar joints to chill at night. Subway too is just 5 min walk. So overall it was decent place to stay for us.
Mercure Singapore Bugis
4.4/5148 Reviews
Bugis
The Staff is kind, helpful and always has a smile. Rooms are fair size and cleaned daily.. Next door shopping Mall and being close to the river makes geting round easy. The price is very good for what you get. I will come back as it was a Fantastic stay.
The Snooze Hotel Bugis
3.7/592 Reviews
Bugis
Location is good and room size is decent for Singapore. However, room maintenance is aged and is in need of repainting. Sound proof is mediocre.

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