One Farrer Hotel, located within walking distance of Farrer Park MRT Station, is formerly known as One Farrer Hotel and Spa. The hotel is integrated with Farrer Park Hospital and Farrer Park Medical Centre.
All in all, I enjoyed the hotel stay at One Farrer.
Food at One Farrer Hotel is mostly provided at the Garden Pavilion Restaurant. Fully air-conditioned and set amidst the Garden Walk, with flowy drapes and elegant chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, the large dining hall looks so welcoming.
The Hotel The Peranakan-themed InterContinental Singapore hotel in Bugis has been a mainstay of the district’s rapid development in the last decade. Constantly raved amongst the top …
When we went to collect our $13 InterContinental Singapore Takeaway Bentos it was from a deserted carkpark. We had never seen the car park in Bugis Junction so empty.
This hotel – and in particular, the Club InterContinental lounge – was one of my earliest luxury hotel experiences.
Overall, while I didn't have the best sleep at Hotel G, I enjoyed the cosy feels in the room and the breakfast was good. Value for money.
The room ranges from 11 to 13 sqm. While not spacious, it was sufficiently big to cosy up and take your well-deserved break (we were accompanied by Harry Potter and friends on the TV – contented).
Hotel G Singapore (certified SG Clean) is introducing not one, but two irresistible staycation packages catering to every budget, ideal for those in need of a little break.
Mercure Singapore Bugis
Mercure Singapore Bugis hotel is impeccably charming and situated in a very convenient location. Getting here is easy-breezy—on foot was just 5 minutes from Bugis MRT and also a leisure walk to many tourist spots, shopping and food places.
It was a pleasant and enjoyable staycation for us. The room is very comfortable, modern and clean. The breakfast service is very good and I must say it was beyond my expectations. Overall, it is definitely a place to consider for your accommodation in Singapore or even for a staycation. Cheers!!
Overall Experience For the price, a basic room at this property typically costs less than S$150 per night. It is a decent experience, though I don’t see any reason to head back for a staycation anymore.
It seemed like not so long ago when Wanderlust Hotel first opened in 2010 as a whimsical boutique hotel in Little India with rooms characterized by bright colors and neon lights. It was one of the most recognizable properties of Unlisted Collection’s hospitality arm – the group that arguably started…
Since Summerview Hotel is a 3-Star hotel, can't really hope too much from its morning breakfast offering.
I would say it is a 3 star hotel probably worth SGD$80 or less, for the price of SGD$160 at the time of booking for myself; was a little disappointment.
I'm also really looking forward to the collaborations that Raffles Courtyard has in the pipeline!
I heard that they are almost fully booked for the entire Chinese New Year period so do ring them up soon to make your reservation!
Finally, a bucket list off my list. I am glad I jumped on the current staycation promotion to check out Raffles Singapore, and my impression of the property is no longer just what I see from the glamorous facade along Beach Road. It is amazing how well-restored the more than a century old heritage property is. This is definitely one property to stay once in your lifetime, and I am proud of such a heritage property in Singapore.
Service at Andaz Singapore is frustrating. Staff are friendly, but perhaps overly stringent, though they carry out tasks quickly and efficiently.
The room is super spacious, with an estimated size of about 42 sqm, with a Super King size bed, built-in sofa, a round table, TV and minibar complete with coffee machine and mini-fridge.
Apart from the all-you-can-eat pizzas, the buffet price gets you all-you-can-drink pilsner beers, specially made for Andaz Singapore in collaboration with Trouble Brewing.
The beautifully appointed Crest Suite and its accompanying privileges made for a surprisingly luxurious and memorable stay, and I would strongly recommend it for celebrating a special occasion.
We think it is one of the best coffee spots in Raffles City – great ambience, professional service and good coffee that is reasonably priced.
這次在新加坡是住在Swissotel The Stamford，位置好，就在捷運City Hall站上面，到站後看指標走上來，先到Raffles City，往右轉經過麥當勞往左轉就到了～而且我看上這間
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is joining the rest of the nation in ringing in 57 illustrious years of independence with a National Day staycation, handcrafted culinary, takeaways, and delivery specials, all curated with a touch of beloved local flavors that are perfect for a month-long, National Day themed celebration.
This July to August, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is ready for summer, particularly at two of its crowd favorite outlets at Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski.
The House of Ruinart is unlike any other. It was the first established House of Champagne in 1729, inspired by the intuition of a monk well ahead of his time.
The bites were great and I especially enjoyed the velvety smooth foie gras terrine on crisp brioche which was complemented perfectly by a Williams pear compote, balsamic vinaigrette and pistachio.
The food at Park Palace is excellent (and I will share this soon in a separate post) and the quality of the s.p.a. is equally impressive.
Definitely a great Singapore staycation spot for locals, and a highly accessible cosy choice for business travelers.
One of our favourite features that Beach Road Kitchen has is their Sweets Wall.
JW Marriott Singapore Beach Road offers JW Bundle of Joy that consists of Traditional Roasted Turkey with Signature Gravy and Cranberry Sauce, Honey Glazed Gammon Ham, Traditional Mini Minced Pie and Traditional Mini Granny Smith Apple Crumble Pie, accompanied with condiments.
JW Marriott Singapore South Beach celebrates this festive season with traditional festive buffet of over 100 selections at the award-winning Beach Road kitchen.