The price is S$419 per night from 11 Sep to 12 SepS$419
11 Sep - 12 Sep
4.7/5 Exceptional! (576 reviews)
Overall pleasant stay!
"Located near Suntec city and eateries, comes with fully equiped kitchette, oven and washer-dryer but don't suggest washing the clothes as it takes ages for the dryer to dry the clothes. View at the swimming pool is awesome but need to book a slot at the receptionist counter and you have to collect ..."
3 Changi Business Park Central 1, Singapore, 486037
The price is S$357 per night from 29 Aug to 30 AugS$357
29 Aug - 30 Aug
4.5/5 Wonderful! (2,006 reviews)
"Very nice stay near the airport. We were able to take the MRT to the airport and it only took around 15 min in the early am. Our room was very clean and comfortable with a useful kitchenette and mini fridge for anyone that would like to cook."
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By saving on your room price, you can make the most of what Singapore has to offer. Not-to-be-missed sights include Orchard Road, Marina Bay Sands Skypark and Marina Bay Sands Casino.
Motels often offer free parking, and many also include an outdoor pool. Often just a storey or two, motel properties usually have exterior corridors overlooking the car park or an outdoor pool. Motels made their debut in the 1920s as a place to stay for the weary traveller driving along America’s major roadways.
Explore the bustling marina and enjoy the fascinating museums in this vibrant area while you’re sightseeing. Visitors to Singapore speak highly of its shops, Chinatown area and gardens. Some popular places to visit include Orchard Road, Marina Bay Sands Skypark and Marina Bay Sands Casino. These are some of the parks and outdoorsy places: Raffles Place, Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Botanic Gardens. You’ll find these family-friendly attractions: Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Flyer and East Coast Park.
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We’ve gathered some information about local transportation options in Singapore to help you navigate your stay: Fly into Changi Airport (SIN), which is located 10.5 mi (16.8 km) away from the city centre. Otherwise, you can search for flights to Singapore (XSP-Seletar), which is 8.9 mi (14.4 km) away. You can take advantage of metro transport at City Hall Station, Esplanade Station and Clarke Quay Station. You can find out about options for water transport at the local marina.
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"very easy to reach out to any where my big boss want to go dinner, shipping. Thank you for every thing."
A verified traveller stayed at Carlton Hotel Singapore (SG Clean)
"We needed to stay at the Crowne Plaza for less than a night due to a very early-morning flight. I wish we could have stayed longer, it's a really nice place.
The staff went out of our way to help us. The person who checked us in noticed that our daughter was with us, and immediately ordered an extra bed for her. He even walked us to the elevators to make sure we knew where we were going.
They also provide an "airport trolley," which is the luggage cart, right to your door. This was very helpful, although you must abandon it at the end of the connector to the Jewel shopping mall. This means that you must carry everything yourself from that point, which is quite a distance. I don't know what better to do here, and it's really the Jewel's requirement, not Crowne's.
One note: If you look at the hotel on Google Maps, it looks like it's really close to Terminal 1. Actually, one must exit the hotel walking away from the terminal, then turn around and take the connector to Jewel. So it's not as close as I thought. If you are going to Terminal 3, you're fine."
A verified traveller stayed at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport (SG Clean), an IHG Hotel
"We stayed 8 nights at the Grand Copthorne and originally booked a king room and decided when we arrived to upgrade to a deluxe king room only because we were told they were bigger and more suitable for an 8 day stay. The upgrade was granted for an extra fee of $30++. which we accepted. Being put in an old deluxe king room was disappointing to say the least, old carpets and skirting boards that haven't been cleaned for many years were spotted straight away, with the all black marble shower and finding the black door stop on the shower floor was dangerous. Another room was asked for and it was a newer room, cleaner and simply had been re-painted, new carpet and wall decorations. So much better.
The hotel itself has great breakfast suiting all nationalities, clean foya area and sits on the Singapore river. Only 700 mtrs of easy walking to the Great World shopping Center which has plenty of options for eating and supermarkets.
This area seems to be the only area along the Singapore river that has an abundance of trees along its banks.
Dining strip over the river has excellent restaurants and is only 100 mtrs from the Grand Copthorne. The staff are a great asset to this hotel and will assist you with anything you may need. Pool is okay and could use a refreshing upgrade. Apart from the poor older room experience we would definitely stay here again.
A verified traveller stayed at Grand Copthorne Waterfront (SG Clean)