Our group of two couples have just returned from our three night stay at Nostalgia. So long as you know what you are getting, Nostalgia is quite lovely. I thought it was actually an old hotel but it was only opened in 2009 but looks "nostalgic". There was originally a Chinese temple on the site which was removed to larger grounds. The staff are definitely a bonus and you really will feel like a guest and not a room number, something the big hotels cannot claim. Little things like remembering how you like your coffee.
As others have said our room was clean, small but comfortable - the bed was great but if you are tall you will find your legs may hang over the end. We had drinks and a swim at the pool on level 3 at the end of a hot day sightseeing to refresh before heading out to eat. Early check in and late check out was no problem and arrangements for travel or tours was made for us with no drama whatsoever. Thanks Perry and Danny for your help.
If you're not game to try new food you can eat well at the hotel, but if you're a little more adventurous walk one minute to Tiong Bahru market and try what the locals are eating for $3 a plate. There are great bakeries on the street and also a 7-11.More
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