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Hotel 81 is a hotel chain in Singapore. Many of their hotels were obviously purchased from other owners and remodeled. The rooms are actually quite clean and modern. we spent one night in the Hotel 81 Princess in Geyland which is in the middle of...More
I stayed in many hotel 81. But this one is the best. These hotel 81 s are all located in Geylang which is considered to be Red Light area. Yet these are the hotels with clean records.
In my opinion "princess" of hotel 81 is...More
Great start - we arrived here after a 12 hour flight at 10am and they let us check straight in to our room with no quibbles and a smile to boot. Yes, this hotel is in the middle of the red light district and yes,...More
Due to a cancelled flight at changi, we were transported to hotel 81 for the night and it can only be described as singapore's version of soho.
Right in the middle of the red light district, not a hotel you would stay in by choice....More
US$40 - US$73 (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.