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Reviewed April 8, 2012

If you have little money to spend on accommodation then this would be the hotel chain for you. The only advantage of this hotel is the location as it was very easy to access all parts of Singapore from here and there were plenty of places to eat outside within walking distance. Even though it was classed as being in the red light district there was a mosque a few minutes walk from the hotel. It was slightly noisy at night but this was expected as there are a few nightclubs in this road, however it felt very safe there as the reception was constantly manned. The free wifi offer is very deceiving as once connected it would kick you out after a couple of minutes and you would have to sign in again which was very frustrating. Also we had to request a password every day which again was very frustrating. The hotel is very basic with no frills attached, however if you have a chance you should stay in Malaysia just across the border in Johor Bahru as what you pay for budget hotel accommodation in Singapore, for less that the price of this hotel you would get a far better deal in Malaysia i.e. breakfast, larger room and a view.

Room tip: The rooms we were shown and stayed in both had windows but the windows do not open and they are too high up to see anything out of them. The first room were allocated had no space to even move around in with no cupboard and no chair to sit on. Once we complained to reception we were given another room which was better as it had a cupboard in it to put your suitcase and more space but again the window could not be opened and you could not see out of it.
Date of stay: March 2012
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3  Thank Aishasohna
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Reviewed March 16, 2012

Stayed there for just a night between arrival from Phnom Penh and going to a Malaysian Island. The room is very small (the small queen size bed and 50 cm around) and a small bathroom. All a little bit run down, not charming at all, like an old hostel. Free Wifi was good. To sleep there for one night it was ok, but the absolut minimum. Would not stay there longer although the 79S$ are relatively cheap for Singapore.

Date of stay: March 2012
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1  Thank Lars1975
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

Stayed here due to it's distance to customer's location. It's cheap, rooms are clean, toilets are clean. Adequate for a decent night's sleep. Wifi's FREE, so that great for the price.

Rooms are tiny tho, Don't really have any space to do any work on the laptop, other than the bed.

As long as you use this hotel just for it's bed for a nights sleep, then it's fine, which is probably their target market anyway.

Date of stay: March 2012
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2  Thank Aaronkok
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Reviewed March 6, 2012

We had an overnight (6 hours total) stay in Singapore, so we opted for something cheap, clean and close to the airport. Little did we know what we were getting ourselves in for!! Upon check is, we hear a loud argument, then a lady half naked runs into the lobby arguing with a man about 'payment'. Check in staff barely flinched at the commotion indicating this sort of event is normal.
Trying to avoid eye contact with the lady and man, I looked at the wall and saw that rooms could be rented by the hour... this was not on the Expedia website when I booked!
As we were only here for a few hours, and were exhausted from travelling, we went upstairs to our room, which STUNK of cigarettes. When we called down to reception, we were told that all rooms are non-smoking (yeah right?!?) and that the only other room available was on the ground floor next to the arguing couple.
AVOID at all costs!

Date of stay: February 2012
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7  Thank Alicia H
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Reviewed September 15, 2011

This hotel is probably one of the better ones in this area, Geylang / Joo Chiat. Even so, to me nothing special. Room is very small, basically a bed and a bathroom. Hardly any space for sitting / walking. View from the window reminds me of a depressing labour class area, with nothing to look forward to.
The other hotels in this area are even worse, as they have blinded / no windows, because the prostitution scene here doesn't really appreciate views / viewers.
On the good site, there are many Vietnamese restaurants here, but the emphasis is more on the girls and not on the food.

Room tip: Probably try another area in town.
Date of stay: September 2011
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1  Thank mengrai
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