Located a 5 minute walk from the Little India station, The Daulat is a great hotel to stay in the Little India area. It is a 10 minute walk to the Mustafa Center, 5 minutes to the hawker center by the subway, and 15 minutes to Sim Lim Square and Bugis Street.
The rooms are clean, the bed is comfy, and the water pressure in the shower is good. Don't be surprised when water from the shower spills out into the bathroom--this has been accounted for with two additional drains outside the shower. So place your mat outside the bathroom area, not in it! The breakfast is also delicious, and if you're sick of eating the same thing every day, just walk over to the hawker for numerous delicious foods.
There is only one bad thing I can say about The Daulat, and that is the rooms on the west (pool) side of the hotel are subject to bone jarring music from the two bars next door. I brought earplugs and usually wasn't back until the bar closed, so it wasn't an issue for me.
- Also Known As:
- The Daulat Hotel Singapore
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Opening its doors for the first time, The Daulat is a boutique hotel, which caters to both business and leisure travelers with an amalgamation of modern contemporary design and a rich architectural history. With an emblematic interior design across all its 16 rooms, it aspires to accommodate our guests with a unique experience during their stay. The Daulat is located less than 500 meters from Little India MRT station and resides in the heart of Singapore’s foremost Indian enclave. Little India is one of the most vivid, colorful places with an agglomeration of flower vendors, spice stores and Indian fashion wears. Little India historically was part of the Chulia Kampong area. In the initial plans of Singapore by Raffles which, was originally a division of colonial Singapore where Indian immigrants would reside under the British policy of ethnic segregation. The district eventually flourished and evolved to become, what is now known as Little India. Under the British colonial rule the architecture of the buildings then were symbolic of the British influence. The buildings were characteristically known as shophouses. Retailers ran their business from the first floor and their living quarters was the floors above the shop. These designs of the shophouses in Little India range from the Early 1840 to 1900.The fusion of a rich historical installation with modern contemporary facilities and design is what The Daulat cites as general theme for their guests. ... more less
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