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The journey commences! We flew from Melbourne to Singapore and then headed to our overnight accommodation. The hotel was good for an overnight stay - close to the airport and a comfortable room. The food left a bit to be desired, but overall the hotel served it's purpose.
Sunday 7 July We had an easy morning to save the feet. Notwithstanding, we took a walk to nearby huge shopping mall Marina Square via the vast underground connecting tunnels which, in effect, mean you can commute from the hotels, to MRT stations, to shopping malls in this area while in air conditioned comfort. Called Citylink, it is also is full of …
Tuesday November 15
Today looks like a great day for a
sail!! We headed to the Boathouse for another great breakfast, not
knowing what the day will bring. We then went to the resort lobby to
wait to be picked up at 9:20 am for delivery to the Stardust, our
home for the day. A taxi with 4 other people arrived …
...just tooo busy and tooo humid to stay, liah don't like it....
Greetz the Preisigs
Didnt see much of the place to be honest but what i did see looked lovely so i will be sure to say there again if i can on my way back to Oz!!!
TravelPod Member ReviewsChangi Village Singapore
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Historical Traveler Reviews Changi Village Singapore
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights as we were attending an expo. We were upgraded to a larger room that had a very nice view over the trees to the water beyond. The pool area is excellent and a calm area to relax after a day of business. We visited the local hawker market and had meals there most nights. The food was local, fresh and cheap. We purchased our drinks at the local liquor shop so did not have the expense of using the mini bar. The nearby shopping area also had other places to dine and shops including a beauty therapist where I had a nice facial.
Nice place for stopover
This hotel is quite nice for a stopover as its close to the airport, but i believe the other hotels around Orchard rd are not too much further anyway.
There is a free shuttle to/from Changi airport but it was full both times i tried to use it so ended up taking a cab.
The rooms are a reasonable size, with modern decor and they are very clean. However my room had a strange musty smell kind of like damp. I couldnt pin point what exactly it was, but it was a little off putting.
Breakfast has a fairly wide selection and the quality is quite good.
The local area hasnt got much in the line of things to do, so hop in a cab (very cheap) to Orchard and spend some time there.
We initially made the decision to book the Changi Village Hotel after reading other reviews. Our first visit to Singapore (2 adults and a 13 year old daughter) needed to be as perfect as you could plan for because, let's face it, it is an expensive vacation from the shores of the U.K. It suddenly got more expensive when we tried to board our plane, just to find out that one of our passports was "not in order". Thank goodness that our air travel was with Emirates! Fast track system with the Passport office was eased by their timely intervention and within 48 hours, not only had they smoothed the way for our control documents but we paid no excesses and got no less than 1st class service upon our second arrival. With one quick stop in Dubai, the 16 hour journey took its toll and we were extremely pleased to note the complimentary air conditioned coach of the hotel was awaiting our arrival and moreso, only a ten minute ride from our selected complex. This coach does in fact, attend both terminals of Changi Airport, every hour of the day and as such, became a great way of getting back to our hotel after a hard days shopping and sightseeing, via the other interim modes of transport available to us. The MRT (mass rail transport system), the very frequent bus services and the constant stream of taxis available.
Nice Airport-Hotel, but not wow
We stayed there middle of Sept. 2005 for 1 night before we've been flying to Bali. It's about 15 min. by taxi (about SGD 17.--) from the airport. It's indeed more a hotel for stays next to the airport when you have an early morning flight the next day and don't want to go to the city (Orchard Rd. / Scotts Rd.) in the evening. If you want to stay in the heart of the city I really recommend the Grand Hyatt Scotts Road (see my other review from today for Grand Hyatt Singapore). The rooms are nice, but a little bit special with the "light green" colour.
I stayed here because it was close to the office and the airport. It was my first time in Singapore and the hotel seemed a bit too far away from the excitement of a big city, but I was still pleasantly surprised. The lobby and rooms were stylish and the staff was friendly. Perfect for an overnight business trip. Would not stay here longer than one night though. The beds were rock hard.
I'm really impressed
the rooftop pool has a nice view of the Changi beach.. i really enjoyed my stay there in the delux room as i've paid below S$140 for double occupancy (one weekend night only). the hotel and room interior designs is very Zen, the bathroom has a clear glass wall which i found interesting and nice..great for couples actually. the only bit which i thought it was silly was the difference between the superior and delux rooms..the superior rooms are on the lower levels with no bedroom slippers whereas the delux rooms are on the higher levels and they come with bedroom slippers..besides that everything is the same including the roomsize.
If you are planning a trip which involves a brief stop over in Singapore , you could do no better than stay at the Meridien Hotel in Changi Village.This recently refurbished , 4 star hotel ,offers comfort and style at affordable prices.It has restaurants and bars on site, a fantastic roof top pool and spa treatment centre.
Excellent hotel; though it's located on the outskirts of Singapore, but can be resolved by flagging the ever-abundant cabs down. Situated extremely close to Changi Airport, the hotel has a beach frontage. Both the facade and interior are simply chic, snazzy, and contemporary! Features 4 F&B establishments: Saltwater, Ryan's Washoku, Vau Wine Bar, and La Cantina in Venizia-- where La Cantina the Italian Restaurant on the rooftop should be given special mention for its scrumptious and truly authentic Italian food, and friendly service(though it's definitely not a fine-dining restaurant which tabloids claim to be otherwise). The hotel-managed Saltwater restaurant serves excellent breakfast and can match that of a 5-star hotel. The restaurant itself at Saltwater is attractive, and almost resembles that of the Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur. Rooms may be small but they are definitely appealing to me. One great feature of the rooms is the stunning bathroom that opens up at your discretion to have a view of your room and beyond! Service-wise, the hotel really needs to keep up with its image as it is not consistent with the various departments--F&B, Housekeeping, Front Office, with Front Office being the one in dire need of improvement: Why be so stuck up? Special mention should be given to Lyna of housekeeping with her vibrant yet warm hospitality rendered during my stay there. Also, the gym is awesome and so is the pool. Executive lounge's a nice, quiet place to hang out in as there is not a single soul(not even the hotel staff) to bother you whilst there. Highly recommended, though uprooting this hotel(*snickers*) and placing it in the heart of Orchard road--which I know will never happen--will be an added plus!