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Travelled as a family in November 2017 and stayed in 02 deluxe rooms. First off, the hotel is well sited right along the walking paths by the river and you can access Robertson, Clarke and Boat Quays by simply walking along these paths and/or crossing...More
The only redeaming feature of this hotel was the location. We requested a room for 3 adults when booking, what we got was a room with the smallest double bed and a small single bed which had been inserted as an afterthought. There was nowhere...More
Only good thing is its location. Rooms are small but can accept this. However mould, lack of cleaniness (our room was never hoovered for 8 days) , old torn apart towels, the corridor in front of room had pieces of food and other staff all...More
Small rooms, worst architecture, bad breakfast and what not.Absolutely not recommended
It's just near Clarke quay and closest metro station is fort canning.
In Room 220 where I stayed the architecture is so bad that you can use washroom properly
Avoid this hotel
$81 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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From Marina Bay, a walk along Singapore River will take you through the three Quays of the city, each offering a very different atmosphere. Boat Quay features historical sites and a buzzing riverfront vibe. Clarke Quay caters to the party crowd, while Robertson Quay appeals to the leisurely wanderer. Weekends at Robertson Quay and Martin Road also give a peek into the lives of expats in Singapore, as the
riverfront teems with joggers, dog walkers, and those getting their caffeine fix over brunch or enjoying a burger and a beer. No matter what you’re up for, the three Quays have something to keep you happy, day or night.
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It's in Robertson Quay, right on the river. Any taxi driver will know how to get there. If you are getting the train, that's more difficult as it's a bit of a walk from the nearest station. Google maps is a perfect tool for... More
It's in Robertson Quay, right on the river. Any taxi driver will know how to get there. If you are getting the train, that's more difficult as it's a bit of a walk from the nearest station. Google maps is a perfect tool for finding your way around.
As noted by the other responders there is cereal, toast and rice. With the rice I remember it as fried rice and simply do not remember if there was any meat or egg in the dish. There were also "baked beans" which I did not... More
As noted by the other responders there is cereal, toast and rice. With the rice I remember it as fried rice and simply do not remember if there was any meat or egg in the dish. There were also "baked beans" which I did not try and have no idea if they contained anything non-vegetarian.
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"Book a deluxe room and request a higher floor, overlooking the river."