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Park Regis Singapore
4.4/5288 Reviews

Park Regis Singapore

Singapore River Singapore|0.36km from Clarke Quay
The hotel is located at a very convenient location, about 10 minutes walk from Chinatown MRT station and 5 minutes bus ride to the Tanjong Pagar, my favorite area for some of the best restaurants in Singapore. The front desk staff was very friendly and responsive and check in was fast and hassle-free. I will not hesitate to give a 5 star for the service. The room size is not big but comfortable. The TV in our room has no signal, but we don’t watch tv that much. So this is not a big issue. The sound proofing of the room is excellent, one thing that I always emphasize when selecting a hotel. Both my wife and I had a very satisfying sleep. Another 5 star here. The room we stayed was a regular room, which has a very interesting, half-open concept bathroom design. The vanity and closet are in the same half open space while the shower and toilet are in two separate glass cubicles. The heavy glass door was a little challenging to handle sometimes. The swimming pool looked really nice, though we didn’t have time to enjoy it. The breakfast is mostly western style with a little local touch. The selection is limited but you will find what you usually look for at a hotel breakfast. The service was ok, but we did have a problem at the reception. Our room did not include breakfast, so I purchased breakfast for two upon checking in. However, we were told by the receptionist that our room is not in the breakfast list. I have to run back to the front desk and confirmed the purchase while my wife was waiting outside the restaurant. After the matter was settled, we started with the egg section. For some reason, the staff in charge told us to start with other food since that was an Egg Station. I explained to her that I wanted a omelette. She then reluctantly asked what I wanted for the omelette and told me to come back in five minutes. A few minutes later, she approached our table and asked again what did I want for the omelette. There was also an issue with the coffee machine. There are coffee machines, but one was not working. As I was getting my coffee from one machine, I saw a staff was cleaning the other functioning machine. A waiting line was quickly formed after me. Usually, the manager would step in and help the guests in any of the above situations. Unfortunately this is not the case. Overall, I enjoyed my stay at the Park Regis and would still recommend it to anyone.

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Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay
4.5/5472 Reviews
Singapore River
Good location just by the side of Clarke Quay MRT station. Staff service is good and the pool is a nice one to enjoy. Breakfast food variety is decent. The only downside is the showering area of bathroom as it is not fully partitioned and water spilling out into other area of the bathroom after use!
Hotel Conforto
3.9/5163 Reviews
Singapore River
Great Location for extroverts who loves going out to have fun! Karaoke bar just on the same street and local restaurants. There’s a food court in ChinaTown 10 minutes from the hotel with local prices. There’s also many coffee shops across the Main Street, you’d need to cross on the overpass. U can buy universal adapter for chargers at Cheers if needed. It’s also very close to Marina bay.
Jayleen Clarke Quay Hotel
3.5/545 Reviews
Singapore River
Location is good, that's all. The hotel is very dirty and messy, full of things (boxes, shoese, laundry and so on) in the corridore and stair case. The room is dark and furnitures are old. The staircase which supposed to be the emergency exit is full of different things. Aircon is old and lack of maintenance, made a lot of noice. No separation between toilet and shower room, so the toilet canbe wet. The cups and glasses are washed on spot, so the lip mark stayed on the cups, So watch out when you have to use. The water provided is in a jar, which no idea where it comes from and how long it has been there. Suggest you buy your own water. The safety box is not fixed in the room, easily to be removed, did not feel really safe. The light was flickering and eventually died out. There was an unpleasant smell in the corridore and in the room.
21 Carpenter, Singapore, a Member of Design Hotels
5/51 Reviews
Boat Quay
Overall, I am very satisfied. A work of cultural heritage. I was pleasantly surprised the moment I stepped into the door. Details are the most ingenious. The details of this hotel are worth looking at again and again. Different from the standardized facilities of many luxury hotels, this is a warm ”apartment”. Yes, I prefer to call it an apartment because it feels like home. The building's exterior cleverly uses the slope to create a visual effect of ”alternation between the old and the new”. It is actually a completely independent new and old building. There is a feeling of a different world at the junction. The area of ​​the suite is not large. Guests who pursue luxury may be disappointed. But after using it, it is well considered and thoughtful. It is just right. If you stay in the old part of the house, you can see the original old floor tiles. They have traces of use but are as new as ever. Facilities: 4.5 There are not enough sockets, but the rest are very good. Service: 5 People who are interested in history can ask the front desk, and the reception staff are very enthusiastic. Transportation: 5 Very convenient, a few steps away from Clarke Quay. PS: The bar downstairs will be a bit noisy. If you care, you can communicate the room orientation in advance. I was very tired at the time and was not affected.
ibis budget Singapore Clarke Quay
4.1/5111 Reviews
Singapore River
pros - close to 7/11, mrt, shopping mall - friendly staff - make up room everyday - reasonable price - free breakfast cons - the room is no windows and a bit too small for even just 2 people so i recommend for those who stays for a few days or a solo traveller - no bottles of water provided according to their policy
Jayleen 1918 Hotel Singapore
3.8/578 Reviews
Singapore River
The hotel is just in-front of Clarke Quay MRT, it’s very convenient to go to the Central Mall and just a kilometre away from Chinatown, you can just walk for a few minutes. So many shops that you can see and a lot of restaurants around. The hotel is small and cute but it’s complete of things that you need. The room is clean. The receptionist Auntie is very nice. She is very helpful.

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Average Temperature

• January to March: 28.95°C during the day, 25.32°C at night

• April to June: 29.74°C during the day, 26.23°C at night

• July to September: 29.1°C during the day, 25.77°C at night

• October to December: 28.7°C during the day, 25.3°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 174.33 cm

• Summer: 146.33 cm

• Autumn: 155.0 cm

• Winter: 241.0 cm

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