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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
4.4/5585 Reviews

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Marina Bay Singapore|0.69km from Sands SkyPark

Latest booking 18 hrs ago

Second stay at MO. Service was fantastic and staff were helpful as usual, and the front office manager, Mike was constantly checking with me to see that everything was going well.  The premier suite was large and spacious, with a good view of the city, on a high floor I enjoyed the bikecation very much, it was nice and convenient, and I managed to do quite a lot of cycling throughout my 2 days at the hotel without having to rent a bike from elsewhere. One suggestion that I thought could be better was perhaps to rent the bikes out later than 7pm? Understand the hotel stops at 7pm for various reasons, but the night view at Marina Bay is amazing and it would be nice to be able to cycle around the area at night Breakfast at Melt cafe was very good in terms of spread and quality , and the service staff, especially Nancy, was just as friendly, although they were all very professional. Mary-Ann from room service was also very helpful when we were a bit unsure with usage of the switches in the suite Their christmas dinner was also fantastic, the food was fresh and tasted good, and plates were cleared timely. I also enjoyed the food at the hotel lounge, especially during evening canapés. Just take note, if you are booking a club room, that the hotel adheres to the dress code very strictly and shorts are not allowed in the lounge, which is very cosy.  I say this because some hotels do not enforce the dress code. I was caught completely off-guard and did not bring any pants. The hotel, however, was kind enough to lend me one so that I could use the lounge. Would definitely return when the price is right. Moreso if they include the bicycles in a future package. It would also be nice if they could allow us to use the bikes later than 7pm to better appreciate the city's night view (and also as a sort of 'after dinner' cycle)

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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.
Lyf Farrer Park Singapore
4.5/5331 Reviews
Bukit Timah
Lyf Farrer Park is an amazing property. Bustling with life and very lively. Good for long stay. The ground floor lobby has a gym, laundromat, working bay and a hep coffee and beer joint. Fourth floor is cooking bay and an area to laze around with open gym, garden and play zone for kids. Rooms are smartly done with modern interiors.
Atlantis Pods @ Little India
3.7/5120 Reviews
Lavender / Kallang
This capsule hotel budget-wise is recommendable. The location is great and 5 minutes away from the metro station. I have taken the mixed capsule. I did not expect much because of the price but I stuttered with disappointment when I was there. I availed myself of a stay with free breakfast for 5 days and in these 5 days, never I had tried and seen any food. What I saw are leftovers kept uncleaned. I usually wake up at 5-6 am because I have a conference by 7 am. By that time, no food on the counter. The toilets were furthermore small and crowded. No social distancing or infection control practices. The spaces are cluttered, unkempt, and unmaintained. I have raised the issue to an Agoda representative who told me that I should have the breakfast inclusion. Still, the next day, no breakfast was there. I planned to talk to the reception but most of the time, staff are not present there.
Fairmont Singapore
4.6/5740 Reviews
Marina Bay
Ease of check in, just show up at lobby, present my check in voucher and I was able to get the room keys in less than 5minutes. The room was very spacious and the amenities is in clean condition. The bed was so comfortable that I fell asleep almost immediately. With the hotel, just above the mall, getting last minute NYE shopping was also a breeze. We will definitely return to stay again.
Dash Living on Mackenzie
3.1/510 Reviews
Bugis
There were no person/receptionist in the hotel, like literally there were no person take care of the place, reservation only by online (talking to the person in charge by using zoom), so i feel not really safe and cautious all the time. The room is so damp, which makes the floor feels nasty and uncomfortable to step on bcs the floor is watery. Tissue toilet is already yellowish and not a brand new tissue. The pillow case is smelly and seems like the bed isn’t that clean (still got dust and a bit dirt, and a strand of hair is detected). Wasn’t that good experience tho.
Campbell Inn
3.2/5109 Reviews
Little India
Please read - IMPORTANT about Campbell Inn: My 3 tourist friends from overseas have encountered potential scamming of tourists at this Campbell Inn. They have lodged a police report and contact Singapore Tourism Board and CASE in regards to this case. Hope by doing so, it will prevent the owner of Campbell Inn from cheating other tourists and disgracing Singapore as a safe country again. My 3 friends were ignorant of the various Google negative reviews of Campbell Inn and booked two nights with the Inn. However it seems that they have been scammed. It was their first visit to Singapore and she emailed and they tried to call the Inn several times without getting a proper response from the Inn. They wanted to inform the Inn about the late timing that they would be reaching the Inn. However as the Inn was uncontactable for a proper response, the 3 tourists decided to check-in physically at the premises. The Inn was obviously unsafe as it was occupied by alot of migrant workers in the premises and look more like a illegal foreign worker dormitory. The 3 tourists were initially informed by the receptionist that their room were given to other workers and were even asked to stay together with the male workers in the same room. They realized that these workers were wearing scantily (only sarongs) in the room and some of them appears to be drunk. The 3 tourists refused and left the Inn immediately feeling the whole situation was not right and unsafe. However they were left stranded on the streets in the middle of the night. My friends credit card was deducted for the nights which they did not stay in the Inn. They believed that the Inn management have planned this scam in such a manner that they can easily cheat the tourists who did not know the actual ground situation of the Inn. Also suspect several of these workers may be overstayers without legal work permits as they seems to be staying there for a long time. The Inn is definitely not a safe place for tourists to stay in. The practice of this Inn not only causes distress to the overseas visitors but also shame us Singaporeans which our country projected a very safe reputation to visitors from all over the world. The matter has been reported to relevant Singapore authorities.

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