Hotels Near Keong Saik Road In Singapore

4.4/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.21km from Keong Saik Road
I just spent the last three nights at the KeSa House and I have to say, overall, the experience was very good. Pros: - Beautifully designed boutique hotel. From the main registration area, to the 2nd floor lounge, to the kitchen and patio, and of course the room, all of it was very pleasing. - How many hotels do you know offer unlimited water and soda water and snacks? The communal kitchen was a plus for me. - Also, how many hotels do you know offer complimentary laundry? - The room (I had 225, street-facing), was very inviting. The bed, comfortable. The overhead shower was amazing, felt like you were caught in a huge rain storm. - The staff, very friendly and professional. Cons: - The laundry, although complimentary, was very longer than it should take. There are two machines on the third floor and each can do washing and drying (which I don't think I've seen before). However, the wash took about 2 hours and then the drying took another 2 hours (and we still had to put more time in). - The room was a bit cramped near the entryway. The toilet area was also tight (although I did like the step up to the toilet area). - My room was situated above one of the restaurants. The street does get loud at night. Last night I had to go to the reception and report the noise at 1 AM. Overall, I like the KeSa House, and would stay here again. The fact that the KeSa is near Chinatown and MRT lines is a huge plus.
FromUS$72
3.7/538 Reviews
0.24km from Keong Saik Road
The hotel balcony is great for taking photos. Downstairs is a check-in spot. It is very close to Chinatown and Hainanese chicken rice. However, I think Maxwell Cooked Food Center is much better than Hainanese chicken rice, which is off topic. This place is very close to everywhere, and the transportation is convenient. You can see the cartoon wall on Chinatown Road downstairs. You can see the Yuhua Chinese products on the side. Some of the water is cheaper than the domestic price. The price is also suitable for buying many special products. . The young lady at the front desk was very nice and enthusiastic. When we left, she asked us if we would like to ask for a car. Hygienic environment can be
FromUS$45
4.2/5Very Good19 Reviews
0.25km from Keong Saik Road
Room: Fair sized room with desk, double bed and ensuite. Sheets and walls were clean. Slippers provided. I had a comfortable couple of nights stay here. Location: This is an excellent location for seeing more of Singapore! The street's history, combined with some surrounding modern buildings, provides a refreshing glimpse of 'Old' and 'New' Singapore. You are not even a five minute walk from Chinatown, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, a Michelin-star eatery (Hawker Chan), and glimpses into Singaporean life. Keong Saik Road is quiet in the day, with some cafés and bookstores nearby, but has bars for the nighttime too. Amenities: A light breakfast is included in the price of the room, something I liked as other (more expensive) hotels I had stayed in had charged for breakfast. Value: The only thing I would point out to prospective visitors is that there are not many rooms, and they are not very uniform. I think this must be something that comes with putting a hotel into a heritage building. It would probably be best to email/phone the hotel beforehand to get more information about the rooms. Nonetheless, this hotel is very good value for money, especially with its history and local charm. I would like to stay here again :)
FromUS$40
4.6/5Outstanding61 Reviews
0.27km from Keong Saik Road
I checked in on 1st Jan 2021 Fri 3pm checked out 2nd Jan 2021 Sat 1030am 2D1N whole day been raining heavy since checked in till checked out next day did not really enjoy the bathtub out the courtyard.I hope not to get room 211 again prefer 212, 213 if they have the outdoor bathtub if the Loft hve bathtub is I don't mind too but I hope the Chiller can be more cooler as is not cold enough is very hot can feel it our drink is not cold. I would appreciate they can cover the outdoor in case heavy rain as I hve paid $309 for this room was abit too small when I checked in see the photos of the others room and look bigger & the shower room too & the toilet in the hotel room photos. I hope the hotel remember me when I book again on my Birthday Day in May 2021.I am looking to cme back on 8-9 May Sat & Sun & 15-16May Sat & Sun stay 2 different type of rooms again to celebrate my 54th Birthday this year since cant go oversea due to COVID19 till 2021.I like the Hotel outlook with very excellent distinguish interior design the hve especially the beautiful Leon Colours. Well done Hotel staffs I Sulate the Hotel Staffs for the Service they give to Us the Impersion give us 5Stars Boutique Hotel, I hope the WiFi can be much easier to sign in when I cme back to stay with again soon.
FromUS$73
3.4/547 Reviews
0.28km from Keong Saik Road
I originally came to hotel 81 cozy as a stepping stone on my travels but due to circumstances I had to extend my stay for many weeks. The great staff here were happy to accommodate and were great, going the extra mile wheneven I needed their help. The rooms were serviced daily, are well kept and have all the ameneties you could reasonably expect from a budget hotel (TV, wardrobe, kettle, hairdryer, umbrella etc) and they even provdided an iron and ironing board when requested. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend Hotel 81 Cosy to any person looking for a budget hotel in Singapore due to its great location and extremely helpful staff (Mizzy and William were always on hand to help in any situation). The area is extremely photogenic, it has fantastic restraunts and bars and the people are really friendly. Highly Recommended
FromUS$34
4.3/5Excellent43 Reviews
0.46km from Keong Saik Road
The breakfast was very generous and it was quite an appetite for me. I could read a book at the bar in the evening. No extra bed, the beds are bunk beds, how many people can set the size of the room is sufficient, this price is already very cost-effective in Singapore. Good location, right in Chinatown, the signboard is a bit small, it takes time to find it for the first time. The capsule room is similar to a youth hostel, but it is more fully equipped and personally thinks it is more comfortable than a youth hostel. If you bring a child, you should try not to bring it if you are under 15 years old. It is really recommended not to bring a child under 12 years old. Everyone lives in a room. If there is noise, it will really affect the children. It's okay if your child is very obedient and quiet.
FromUS$70
3.9/515 Reviews
0.47km from Keong Saik Road
I stayed in a family room with 4 adults and a 5 year old. Let’s not beat around the bush....the room is tiny. Some of us had to wait outside the room whilst others were getting ready, with the 5 year old waiting on the bed.....BUT.....we were only staying on a stopover, so only had hand luggage(where we would have put our suitcases if we had them, I have no idea). We were out of the room as soon as we got there as we wanted to see as much of Singapore in the evening that we had there. The bathroom was clean, and the shower was pretty good. Towels, toothbrushes, shower gel all provided. The beds and pillows were really comfortable. Bottled water for everyone in the room too. Would I recommend this for a holiday in Singapore with the family? Probably not, but for a stopover it was fine (especially for the price for 5 people in Singapore).
FromUS$48
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
0.47km from Keong Saik Road
Location was great, there are many restaurants around the area. Staff were friendly and helpful when we asked for more glasses and ice!
FromUS$195
3.8/5129 Reviews
0.53km from Keong Saik Road
The location is great. I stayed for two nights. The dormitory was a little small, and there are small lockers in the hallway. The lady at the reception was really nice. My room was located next to the shared bathrooms, and as soon as people started showering, we could hear every sound through the walls. Nice atmosphere. I'd stay here again, but wouldn't recommend it to everyone. Best for backpackers, I guess.
FromUS$12
3.9/5186 Reviews
0.53km from Keong Saik Road
A last minute decision to book this unique little hotel for my wife and my staycation just before Chinese New Year and well I just say it didn’t disappoint. Not a five star hotel, of course, but the staff were courteous and detail in explanation and check in was a breeze, despite it being a Saturday afternoon. None of those long queues to check in problem. The staff was so helpful and was able to accommodate us in assisting us in storing some beverages. Very appreciative of their attention to details like these. The hotel has a aroma of historical importance, being an older theatre. The rooms are just nice. Good aircon, bed is firm and pillow sufficiently supportive. The shampoo and body wash and hand wash provided were good. The balcony, to me, is the highlight of this hotel. I really enjoy sitting at the balcony drinking and eating and watching the world walks around beneath, enjoying the scene and listening to the cacophony of walking pavement buzz floating up from below. The atmosphere is gentle and beautiful. The only issue I had was.. when we first stepped into the room, the toilet bowl was dirty inside. That was my only put off that I cannot forget. But otherwise it is good for the price. I will definitely be back again.
FromUS$39
4.2/5Very Good109 Reviews
0.54km from Keong Saik Road
The two big one took a nap very spacious, very close to the subway entrance, you can quickly return to the hotel to rest after playing every day. Chinatown is just out of the subway exit, but meals are not recommended and the quality is expensive. Exit A from the subway exit and walk across the overpass in the opposite direction. It is a cheap snack restaurant, etc. We bought the delicious duck neck and ate rice noodles. The disadvantage of the hotel is that the room is small, the table is too small, and the toothbrush was only given for the first day, and it was not given at the back, which caused us to stay behind without toothpaste. Overall the price is ok. There is also a reminder that if we are traveling on our own, tickets for all attractions can be bought on Taobao. It is not cheaper than buying now. Although Singapore is a developed country, except for health, we do n’t feel that we are worse than him. Facilities and software are really convenient. p.s. Some taxis will refuse to pick up because they are too close. The domestic high German map is not easy to use! Apple's own map is easy to use. You can use Uber to call a car, but your phone number must be able to make calls.
FromUS$44
4/5Very Good8 Reviews
0.56km from Keong Saik Road
Exiting the Niujiashui Metro A exit, just above the food festival, I hope the boss can allow the guests to use the dryer. After all, the Singaporean people can take a bath every day and come back to dry clothes!
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Hotels Near Keong Saik Road In Singapore Review

4.7/5856 Reviews
Marina Bay
Actually requested for highest floor with amazing view but they didn’t fulfil my request. It’s okay, they also mention to make advance booking for swimming pool and so we did, but pool is fully booked, felt so disappointed. During check in we try our luck again for the pool, lucky there is last 3 slot of us. Around 7pm went swimming, but no one was there. (Wonder why they say it’s fully book) 😕 In the afternoon try to make booking for pool again, again they say fully book. We didn’t bother to go down to check. Aside from that, we do appreciate the gifts that comes in the package that include late check out at 6pm, inclusive of breakfast and semi lunch buffet for 2 adults. Room was very spacious and clean. Overall we are happy with our stay there. Definitely we come again.
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FromUS$188
4.6/52108 Reviews
Orchard Road
I booked for my fiancé's birthday and in lieu to celebrate New Years. Firstly, early check in was given as to prevent the crowd during the New Years Eve. Very smart move made by the hotel which I am very thankful for! It helps to control the crowd. Trip.com has emailed me to WhatsApp the hotel as were told by the hotel to request for early check in. Replies by the hotel staffs were fast too! After checking in, I called to reserve the pool but it was sad I could not go as it was raining! The room was rather small but that's fine by me! The shampoo and body wash given smells nice! I usually do not use hotel's shampoo/bodywash but this hotel's toiletries was quite nice! The view from the toiler was not bad too! You need to of course close the blind to have a private shower. Was given free macaroons delivered by the robots to my room as it was my fiancé's birthday! Super kind gesture made by the hotel staffs! We were super touched! The next day, when I went down to pick up my breakfast as I choose to take away(can select to dine in or take away), the staff could not find my breakfast order as my breakfast order was misplaced by one of the staffs (the one I gave my order sheet to) But that's okay because I did not mind waiting for them to pack my food again. I was also granted late check out! Overall, pleasant stay! The team was all very friendly and approachable. Thank you!
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FromUS$84
4.7/5446 Reviews
Bugis
There was a 3-hour delay in checking-in but we were reasonably compensated in the form of complimentary parking and dining credits. Kudos to the front desk and concierge staff who were efficient and patient, especially with some unreasonable guests (no need to make things difficult for those who are trying to make your stay better). Food quality of in room dining was good and the safety measure was well managed at the pool. Thank you to all that have served us during our stay, you are Awesome! Just one thing not so pleasant thou, the service attitude of a particular male staff at Ash and Elm was rather bad that’s why we decided not to dine there. Seemed like somethings don’t change (bad experience with Ash and Elm years back), so except for the restaurant, we would love to come back again 😁
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FromUS$102
4.7/5678 Reviews
Marina Bay
Beds were clean and comfortable. Front desk staff service was friendly and professional. After the 1st night, was woken up by drilling and hammering noises at 9 plus in the morning. Breakfast in room dining was ordered at 930am, arrived at 1150am as in doom dining department could not cope w the huge amount of orders. Was informed that our breakfast would arrive at 1130am. So first day, wasn't impressed w renovation noises that disrupted our sleep and a breakfast that was more of brunch. Did request for room change and was given another room. Air conditioning in the new room was not working well n had to request for a fan. Overall, the old building and maintenance of the hotel would place it as a 4 star hotel rather than a 5-star rating.
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FromUS$164
4.6/51981 Reviews
Sentosa Island
From booking communication through email, Aisyah was the best. Everything went smooth and all our requests was accommodated. Even the room upgrade. Thank you so much Aisyah! :) Check in was smooth and Vin was really friendly and welcoming. As for the room (1015), it was almost perfect! Room was spacious enough for two and the view was AMAZING!!! Truly a panoramic view. Balcony was great, but it would have been better if there was a brighter light for lounging out during the evening. Only improvement I guess would be some of the staff being more friendly specially by the pool and beach area. In other Shangri-la, guests would go directly to the beds and a staff will bring the towels and some water for refreshments. We did not experience this here in Rasa Sentosa. Not sure if this is because of covid. But it would still be great if the staff would in those areas be more welcoming and friendly. Overall, had a great time and had a great birthday celebration. We would definitely come back for another quick getaway from the city. Thank you so much!
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FromUS$268
4.2/54932 Reviews
Lavender
Hotel Boss is about the location. There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel and Lavender MRT Station is 200m away. Bugis and City Hall area is a short bus ride away and Kampong Glam is within walking distance. Check-in was surprisingly quick, given the long queues inside the lobby as well as 2 separate long queues outside the hotel (one along it's drop-off point via Syed Alwi Road and another along its front - Victoria Street). The staff were friendly and welcoming. Pretty good attitude given the large crowd and check-ins. It's a mid-range hotel with many rooms. The rooms, however, are pretty small. Tiny, I would say. I have got a Triple Room and the distance between the foot of the bed and the desk is about a person's width. The en-suite toilet is tiny too. A big-sized guy like me would hit the wall or the basin when I changed inside the toilet. There are no traditional toilet paper dispenser. Instead, what was installed was a tissue paper in a cylindrical container where you pulled down piece by piece. This was installed by the mirror behind you if you used the bowl, so it was pretty inconvenient. The water strength of the tap and showers were good. Toiletries and towels were provided and replenished/changed daily. The bed was comfortable but only one pillow was provided and the pillow was thin. The air-con is pretty strong and given the small size of the rooms, the room was cooled pretty quickly. There is no wardrobe but an open-style hanging system was used with 6 hangers. Coffee and tea was provided as well as a kettle. The mini-fridge was great! The strength was great and chilled my drinks quickly. One really bad thing about Hotel Boss is that they have pretty thin walls. I could hear the muffled sounds of my next-door neighbours talking and the sound of the TV. There were some shouting two doors down and that was audible. Had to call the staff up to handle and they did a pretty good job. The in-room telephone wasn't working well and I could not hear anything after 2 calls down to the reception but they sent a guy up after that to make sure things were good. Breakfast was provided and served at their 4th floor Halal-certified restaurant. It was a choice between a Chinese or Western set. Serving was great with the typical breakfast items, in addition to yogurt, bread and cereal with milk. There were queues at certain times of breakfast (after 9.30am) but that was probably due to the high occupancy rate. All in all, I believe the Triple Room I stayed in was too cosy for 3 adults. I loved the service and condition of the room. It was convenient to get to a lot of places. However, one thing to note is that they would locked the front doors (facing Victoria Street) from 9pm-5am and you would have to access via it's drop-off point (facing Syed Alwi Road and Kallang River).
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FromUS$56

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