I loved Treetops last year. I still love Treetops , the location , the efficient, friendly front office but I definitely hate the rooms without balconies . I hate the stench of garlic, mutton , strong spices after a cook out from ourselves and neighbors , wafting , lingering in the rooms and passages, because the handles of windows are being ripped off by management who need to hold residents staying in those rooms liable for damages should wallpaper slide off the walls when windows are opened .
Those who stay in rooms with balconies keep their balcony doors open , contradicting management's claim. So what is what?
Simply understand this - if you do not appreciate having the feeling of being held in by your landlord for a month or months , only go for the rooms with a balconies.
It is nice to be traditional but not going with the times in the decor department ... that feeling to try other properties is beginning to sink in.
Modern electronics need sleek creations , sticking tiny flat screen tele on a blank in a cargo box of a TV console meant for a bulky google box is not reinvention. Probably getting rid of it is , it gives more living space for the price . Strange that a management that puts a lot of thought about falling wall papers could not put the comfort of their clients into consideration too.
To sum it up , the building is still a beauty , we had a great stay but to stay faithful ...... hmm...we shall see .. not hard to find another beauty nowadays.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Treetops is a resort-style executive serviced apartment in the heart of the city, known for its commitments and achievements in green environmental technology and practices. With over 200 exotic plant species across the landscape, Treetops is often a sight to behold with its evergreen foliage all year round, completes with 5-star amenities and services. Strategically located within close proximity to the world famous Orchard Road, shopping and entertainment district of Singapore, Treetops is also minutes away from Suntec City, Marina South, the Esplanade, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Chinatown and other banking and financial hubs at Raffles Place. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Treetops Executive Residences Singapore Hotel Singapore