Hilton Mattress Run Schedule:
- Day Stay @ Hilton Singapore (SGD161)
- Day Stay @ Conrad Centennial Singapore (SGD195)
- Day Stay @ Hilton Garden Inn Singapore (SGD
- Day Stay at DoubleTree By Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok (THB1754 = SGD76)
- Day Stay @ Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok (THB2,304 = SGD100)
- Stay @ Millennium Hilton Bangkok (THB3,500 – SGD151)
- Stay @ Conrad Bangkok (covered by Amex KF Ascend voucher)
- Day Stay @ DoubleTree By Hilton Sukhumvit Bangkok (THB1754 = SGD76)
Address – 3 Belilios Road, Singapore, 219924, Singapore. Website.
Contact – email@example.com. Tel: +65-64-910500.
Price – SGD$96 ($81++) which is a steal even for a day room in Singapore. Seems to be a last minute rate dip as I only booked this the day before. Yays to saving money!
Location – Located in the cultural / heritage side of the island, the hotel does seem to stick out like a sore thumb in its surroundings. But I can see why it serves the niche market of audiences wanting to stay in the comfort of a familair chain. Its located about 5mins un-sheltered but fairly navigatable walk to Little India station which is definitely doable but the blazing Sinapore weather does not make it easy sometimes. There is also nothing much other than ethnic food in the immediate vicinity so do come prepared or you wil end up eating in the hotel restaurant.
Check In – Arrived on Saturday afternoon @ 1:30pm and check in was swift and painless. Zero Diamond recognition though. No room upgrade from my booked base room. I was also offered to pay full payment for the room to enjoy faster check out later.
Room – King Guest Room 416 was located on the Serangoon Wing which essentially means you have to cross a glass bridge to get to your room after exiting the lifts. Sized at 19SqM , the room is clean and compact and cleverly designed so most needs are there. It actually feels more spacious than Ibis’ rooms which is good! Toiletries are Crabtree Evelyn which is a nice touch for a ‘basic’ property.
Facilities – There is a basic small-ish gym on the lobby level, the Pavillion Pantry selling reasonably priced snacks and sundries, and a rooftop pool on level 8 which is also where the restaurant Garden Grill is located.
Service – Basic but smiley politeness which is nothing to complain about.
Check Out – Swift and painless.
In summary, a comfort chain property in an unusual location especially for tourists. But hey, try something different once in a while 🙂
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