Landmark Village Hotel by Far East Hospitality

390 Victoria Street, Singapore, 188061, Singapore | 3 star hotel
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Flying Boats

A travel blog entry by paulanddeb


Arrived into Singapore early this morning and spent the day trying not to fall asleep. We have been on the Singapore Flyer which is a bit like a giant Ferris wheel. It gives impressive views of down town Singapore. The new Marine Bay Sands hotel dominates this area now. It is an impressive building, three tall towers joined at the top by a …

I meet the mighty Merlion

A travel blog entry by vanillabunny


Today, I landed in Singapore, Malaysia and this looks like a beautiful place to be. I think that I made a good choice to come instead of Russia. The weather looks a bit gloomy since there were light gray clouds in the never-ending sky. But that's just the way I like it. I checked in the hotel and then slept for about an hour because the flight to …

Universal & Sentosa Fun

A travel blog entry by luvlifetravel


Saturday 16th:To Harbour Station (Vivo Shopping Centre) and
purchased tickets on level 3 for the Sentosa Express (SG$3). A short
5min ride across the harbour takes you to the doorstep of Universal

At $69 Adult ($58 with mastercard discount special
offer) it’s great value with some much on offer to see and …

Shops & Rides, Shows & more damn our feet are sore

A travel blog entry by luvlifetravel


Well our virgin flight to Melbourne was smooth and uneventful, arriving on time.

Angela (lifetime friend/cuz) timed picking us up perfectly as she did a drive-by so no waiting at all.

Angela and David's place is a gorgeous 5 bedroom place out in the burbs. David is in Afganistan fighting the war til Thursday so we just miss him …

Theres a midget at the door!

A travel blog entry by d.g.aspinall

the start of a 2 week college road trip!

brilliant start to the trip, met lots of new people, got a spiderman picnic mat with out kfc! haha drnk lots and about 8 people slept in mine n dans room. Class little city which I cant wait to visit sometime again!

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Rochor area of Singapore, is near Bugis Village, Arab Street, Sultan Mosque, and Benjamin Sheares Bridge.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Landmark Village Hotel by Far East Hospitality Singapore

    Good location but rooms very dirty


    The location is quite good, it is near the MRT station and serveal large shopping centres. However, the room is terrible, furniture is quite old and the carpet is dirty. The toilet is also not clean enough. When I was sleeping in the bed, I felt there were fleas. The second night I even found hundred of bugs on the dressing table! It is impossible that such situation will found in a four-star hotel!

    Great location, iffy hotel


    I chose the Golden Landmark over the internet, due to its good location in Singapore. I loved the Bugis Center and the Arab District nearby, as well as a convenient subway station. However, the actual hotel and the shopping center it sits in was just barely tolerable. The staff was over-worked and not interested in service. The hotel suffered from a low level of maintenance; the safe didn't work, the air conditioning was stuck on high until a worker came and repaired it, and I heard other guests asking for repairs as well. Breakfast, included in the price, was terrible.

    Better than Expected


    We enjoyed our stop over in Singapore and the Goldern Landmark Hotel was very good. Close to Little India and we wandered the streets until late at night safely, and the service at the hotel was good, rooms clean and good value, our group of 13 had no complaints. I am looking forward to returning to Singapore.

    Live singapore


    stayed in singapore for 10 days in august this year.first impressions of the hotel were okay but once you got inside the lobby and up to the room, i was pleasantly surprised. the room was quite big, the decor was slightly outdated, but the views from the 16th floor made it very acceptalbe! there was 2 resteraunts i only tried one "mooi chins" prices very reasonable and quite delish. pool area fab was quite quite when i was there even though the hotel was quite busy. Just a stine throw awy was the delights of raffles . Singapore gin slinhs well what can i say it lives up the comments every body gives havent been to singapore until youve been to raffles. i had a ball in singapore and anybody who has a desire to go - do it - your only young once. Stay at the golden landmark if you want something comfortable and affordable and dont foget the singapore sling. oh the windows could have been doing with a clean but dont let theat put you off!

    Doing you a favour by allowing you to stay!


    expect no welcome smiles ,but to be told to wait indefinitely till rooms are readied as the hotel is overbooked.

    virtually no room service,

    staff arrogant to say the least ,from the manger on duty to the bell captain who will show frank displeasure if you have large suitcases.

    expect no words like sir or madam when being adressed.

    be extra creful of the lady at the travel desk full of false greetings turning foul moment you do not book tours with them!

    Dr s A Karu MS,MRCOG,consultant gynaecologist from sri lanka who was unfortunate to book this hotel for a family vacation!

    Not Bad...


    It's my first time to visit Singapore. I chose GL becoz of its convenience to MRT (less than 5 mins from Bugis) and it's fair price.

    Overall it's okay and not bad. Places are clean and tidy. I lived in higher floor and I can see a part of the Esplanade and Fullerton. The building somehow looks quite old, and also the furniture/facilities inside the rooms too.

    Staffs in the concierge is not friendly enough. Their repairing team is not trained how to face the guests. My room's hairdryer didn't work, and surprisingly he stayed in my room to fix it and installed a new one (changed the plug). He wasted me 30 more minutes in the morning!

    Will choose another one next time when I'll be there again, coz many choices there!

    Just watch out for the crowds


    The Golden Landmark is a reasonable hotel in a very nice location. The rooms are fine, and the rates (especially through a discounter, or with a tour package) can be exceptional. One problem, though, and it can be a major one... with so many tourist groups, the queues at the front desk can be horrendous. And for some reason, the hotel doesn't encourage queuing - it is more like a free-for-all for check-in and check-out. And if you happen to want to have breakfast at the time when the groups are there, the place is totally packed. For me, the problems accessing the front desk really ruined what is otherwise a very nice hotel. If you happen to check in at a time when the groups are not also checking in, you will find the area around the Golden Landmark to be terrific - great location near Bugis, easy access to the MRT, and Little India around the corner.

    Ok hotel at a great price!


    We stayed here early April 2005 for 3 nights and while the hotel itself was rather dated for the £27 we paid a night it was a steal!!! Located just around the corner from the Raffles Hotel (Singapore Sling anyone?:) and also situation inside Little India it is a nice enough hotel.

    Jewel of Little India


    Simply a middle-of-the-road Singapore hotel, which still means far above the Asia-Pacific standard. Good restaurant, nice pool. Around the corner of 'Little India', the most exotic (and also the most dirty...) part of this island state. Our room was on a corner overlooking Little India and in some ways a bit crammed - e.g. cupboard in the far corner inviting one to hit the ceiling. But overall fair value for money. More for a stopover than for a longer SG trip, though the MTR station is almost across the street allowing for easy connections.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Landmark Village Hotel by Far East Hospitality Singapore

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good