Far East Plaza Residences By Far East Hospitality
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The Far East Plaza Residences provide spacious two and three bedroom suites. Each furnished apartment includes a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, oven, and other handy appliances. Satisfied guests report staying here for months at a time thanks to the extreme convenience of the facilities. With a 42" television, wireless broadband Internet access, and washer and dryer, these accommodations truly feel like home.
On-site facilities include a playground, gym, sauna, squash court, tennis court, billiard table, and swimming pool, so there's plenty to do on the property. The building is within easy access of many local highlights. The suites are located above the Far East Plaza shopping mall in the Orchard Road Shopping District, putting several shopping and dining options close at hand. The Orchard MRT Station is just a five-minute walk from the residences, providing convenient access to the rest of the city.
These accommodations are a popular choice for business travelers staying in Singapore for an extended period of time. Reviewers praise the staff for their friendliness, hospitality, and willingness to promptly resolve any issues. These serviced apartments provide the utmost in convenience for travelers who want the ability to enjoy meals in the suite or relax like they're at home.
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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