Aqueen Hotel Balestier
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAqueen Hotel Balestier Singapore
Not the greatest area but for $100 Canadian you can't get more in Singapore. 10 minute walk to lavender subway which will get you anywhere
Breakfast buffet was included and I ate alot of it the two days me and mf gf stayed here
If you can find better for the price great It it does the tric though. . Without paying $200 and up a night
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