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Upon walking in to this hotel, we saw the receptionist being very rude to two female guests regarding their baggage. His voice was raised and he was ordering them about. First impressions not good at all! We wanted to book two nights here and asked...More
So rude! This rude receptionist in red welcomed me in not so nice way. Where’s the supposed hospitality in a business like this. He’s so bossy:
“First I need your passport”... “You sit there, and wait”, “Pay me 30 dollars surcharge you check-in early... listen...More
If you are traveling alone the hotel could be ok. Because it was the cheapest place in this expensive city with a private bathroom.
Do not make the mistake however to sharing it with someone else because your companion could hate you for life.
We have booked Amrise Hotel via online booking site and we have no regrets staying in this hotel. Its is fee minutes walk to train station (aljunied). Hawker restaurants and convinience stores are available within the area.
Thanks amrise hotel for beautiful stay in SINGAPORE....More
Reception : Very poor and rude reception. They took the entire charges of full stay at check in and refused to issue a receipt or give anything in writing. After a good discussion, they gave a receipt of payment made and that too they said...More
US$36 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Only a short journey from Singapore’s sparkling and polished city centre, Geylang is a world away. Here in one of the least touristy areas of Singapore, visitors are privy to an unfiltered glimpse of Singapore life. On Sunday afternoons, migrant workers gather in Geylang to let off steam after a tough week. At the eastern end of Geylang Road, families and friends happily enjoy picnics. By contrast, at the western
end, a more colourful side of Singapore can be seen, as street workers mingle with Sunday revelers in outdoor coffee shops. Take a friend, grab a beer and a local meal (frog porridge, perhaps?), and settle in to enjoy the show.