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The hotel has a strange smell when you walk in, like out of date bleach. The hotel and rooms are clean to a degree. However, if you want to sleep or rest this isn't the hotel for you.
The rooms are tidy and very basic,...More
Response from KennethMGR9, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel 81 ClassicResponded 24 August 2016
Thank you for your sincere feedback, we do work hard to ensure our guests enjoy a pleasant and comfortable stay. We will be looking into some of the issues mentioned and also, we do note your kind and encouraging comments about our staff...More
We know Singapore is expensive and I was on business trip to Singapore. I could not have thought to take a risk in spending huge in some classy hotel so I booked this hotel. As for me I felt satisfied with whatever the service they...More
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Response from KennethMGR9, Guest Relations Manager at Hotel 81 ClassicResponded 13 August 2016
Thank you for your kind comments! We certainly hope to have you back with us soon!
Service is nice! the price per night is cheap,place is clean eventhough the room is small..oh yes they will clean your room everytime you go out,the customer service is friendly&helpful,i still remember when they try to call taxi for us,also if u hungry u will...More
Average hotel, too expensive for such facilities, less cleanliness, there is dead cockroach in the room. Its advantage is close to public transportation access like SMRT Paya lebar station and bus stop.
Basic hotel with bed, bathroom, tv and that's it. Convenient location.
Pro's: friendly staff, clean rooms, free water, nearby a lot of cheap food markets (right in front of hotel), shops, taxi stand and 10 minute walk to metro station Paya Lebar. In half an...More
The Joo Chiat area is the traditional home of Peranakan culture in Singapore, an ethnic group descending from the blending of Chinese and Malay families in the 15th century. The neighbourhood is packed with colourful shops, local characters, and quiet charm. The main streets overflow with diners enjoying katong laksa, the signature Peranakan spicy noodle soup. Signs of youthful entrepreneurship are
visible as well, with modern cafes, bars, and shops abounding. Visit Joo Chiat to take a break from the big city sights and enjoy a relaxing afternoon with a laid-back and local vibe.