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Changi Cove Singapore
4.1/5346 Reviews

Changi Cove Singapore

Singapore Changi Airport Region Singapore|0.56km from Seletar Tamil Methodist
Go here only if you are able-bodied and able to climb stairs, looking to escape humanity and don't mind the lack of facilities or having to take a shuttle bus to get anywhere, including the nearest place with shops, Changi Village. As other reviewers online have said, it is quite a walk to your room. This would have been fine with me if the lift hadn't been down for our first day (before we arrived, there was a hotelwide power cut), so we had to climb 2 flights of stairs to get to our room from level 3. To get to the pool (at Civil Service Club Changi I, pictured) or Pasir Ris MRT, you need to take the shuttle bus too. As this is an events and conference hotel, the conference hall just behind the lobby has constant drilling all day while backdrops are being set up, making the lobby not so relaxing to sit in. Our room had a mini-fridge and was quite big, amenities inside were fine, with the usual dental kits, shower caps, soap, and the Nespresso machine was an interesting addition. The hotel restuarant White Olive is expensive for the area and seems quite desolate and empty after breakfast though it is manned. The breakfast buffet there was good though, just that the coffee machine runs out of coffee by 915am and staff do not check on this even though breakfast is from 7am to 10am. There is a chef cooking fried eggs. Proximity to Changi Boardwalk was interesting. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this to the disabled or elderly, or people who want a happening stay. This hotel is for people who just want to escape the city.
The Bus Collective
4.1/525 Reviews

The Bus Collective

Singapore Changi Airport Region Singapore|0.88km from Seletar Tamil Methodist
Terrible Staycay at The Bus Collective! Had a terrible stay at The Bus Collective! Despite the enticing media coverage of this unique bus-themed resort in Changi and my initial enthusiasm to support their sustainability efforts, $500+ one-night stay turned out to be a major disappointment. My child, celebrating his 4th birthday, burst out in tears as he was harshly scolded and threatened by Michael Gan, (from WTS) claimed to be the representative of the resort owner. During a harmless play where my child was pretending to be an 'emcee' on a stage platform, Michael Gan abruptly approached, ordering my child to get down immediately, citing safety concerns and even threatening police involvement, 'the police will come and catch you'. While safety reminders are appreciated, his aggressive tone and stern reprimand were unacceptable. When I sought an explanation, Michael, accompanied by the resort manager, arrogantly defended his actions, a father of 4 children claiming it was a common comment, he finds there is nothing wrong and even suggesting it was my fault for allowing my child on the platform. The overall experience was emotionally jarring, and the resort's management disappointed. Despite the appealing bus-themed interior, it lacked cleanliness, with visible dust and dirt particulary at the interior driving seat area. Fire access way blocked by unauthorised parking at the resort. The exterior posed safety hazards, with rainwater underneath the buses potentially breeding mosquitoes, pebble stones as walkways, and inadequate lighting for night safety. Additionally, the lack of high fencing raised concerns about safety, especially with the presence of intoxicated individuals near the public playground. Considering the price tag, opting for a hotel staycation seems more worthwhile, especially to avoid the subpar customer service experienced at The Bus Collective at Changi. In summary, this resort is not child-friendly, and the customer service was abysmal. I regret my decision and won't consider returning.

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Changi Cove Singapore
4.1/5346 Reviews
Singapore Changi Airport Region
Go here only if you are able-bodied and able to climb stairs, looking to escape humanity and don't mind the lack of facilities or having to take a shuttle bus to get anywhere, including the nearest place with shops, Changi Village. As other reviewers online have said, it is quite a walk to your room. This would have been fine with me if the lift hadn't been down for our first day (before we arrived, there was a hotelwide power cut), so we had to climb 2 flights of stairs to get to our room from level 3. To get to the pool (at Civil Service Club Changi I, pictured) or Pasir Ris MRT, you need to take the shuttle bus too. As this is an events and conference hotel, the conference hall just behind the lobby has constant drilling all day while backdrops are being set up, making the lobby not so relaxing to sit in. Our room had a mini-fridge and was quite big, amenities inside were fine, with the usual dental kits, shower caps, soap, and the Nespresso machine was an interesting addition. The hotel restuarant White Olive is expensive for the area and seems quite desolate and empty after breakfast though it is manned. The breakfast buffet there was good though, just that the coffee machine runs out of coffee by 915am and staff do not check on this even though breakfast is from 7am to 10am. There is a chef cooking fried eggs. Proximity to Changi Boardwalk was interesting. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this to the disabled or elderly, or people who want a happening stay. This hotel is for people who just want to escape the city.
Village Hotel Changi by Far East Hospitality
4.2/5490 Reviews
Singapore Changi Airport Region
The place was a little old but good. It was very close to the hawker, very accessible to the bus. Good place if you want to relax, walking distance to the beach. Walking distance to the port if you want to go to the island pulau ubin.
The Bus Collective
4.1/525 Reviews
Singapore Changi Airport Region
Terrible Staycay at The Bus Collective! Had a terrible stay at The Bus Collective! Despite the enticing media coverage of this unique bus-themed resort in Changi and my initial enthusiasm to support their sustainability efforts, $500+ one-night stay turned out to be a major disappointment. My child, celebrating his 4th birthday, burst out in tears as he was harshly scolded and threatened by Michael Gan, (from WTS) claimed to be the representative of the resort owner. During a harmless play where my child was pretending to be an 'emcee' on a stage platform, Michael Gan abruptly approached, ordering my child to get down immediately, citing safety concerns and even threatening police involvement, 'the police will come and catch you'. While safety reminders are appreciated, his aggressive tone and stern reprimand were unacceptable. When I sought an explanation, Michael, accompanied by the resort manager, arrogantly defended his actions, a father of 4 children claiming it was a common comment, he finds there is nothing wrong and even suggesting it was my fault for allowing my child on the platform. The overall experience was emotionally jarring, and the resort's management disappointed. Despite the appealing bus-themed interior, it lacked cleanliness, with visible dust and dirt particulary at the interior driving seat area. Fire access way blocked by unauthorised parking at the resort. The exterior posed safety hazards, with rainwater underneath the buses potentially breeding mosquitoes, pebble stones as walkways, and inadequate lighting for night safety. Additionally, the lack of high fencing raised concerns about safety, especially with the presence of intoxicated individuals near the public playground. Considering the price tag, opting for a hotel staycation seems more worthwhile, especially to avoid the subpar customer service experienced at The Bus Collective at Changi. In summary, this resort is not child-friendly, and the customer service was abysmal. I regret my decision and won't consider returning.
CherryLoft Resorts
2.6/57 Reviews
Singapore Changi Airport Region
Good. By the pool. Family fun. Can party and bbq too. Enjoyable. Ideal for weekend relax. Recommended.
Aerotel Transit Hotel, Terminal 1 Airside
3.2/560 Reviews
Singapore Changi Airport Region
Location I. terminal 1 is excellent in connecting to other international flights. Had 14 hour layover and we’ll worth staying in transit. To take hot shower eat some meals , which 2 meals included in room rate , and get a great sleep. Excellent flat screen tv , with cable and many language station offerings Great shower after a long flight. 👌
D'Resort @ Downtown East
4.3/5716 Reviews
Singapore Changi Airport Region
Check-in and check-out breeze. 👍 Since school holidays over, it's quiet. We had great time together. Room is clean and spacious. Our room is on 2nd floor but we can still see the sea from inside. All walking distance to eateries, mall, waterpark and beach. 🥰👍

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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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