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Last day on the road and I'm in Singapore - what to do....sleep in!
It was a long slow start to the day. The hotel was unable to provide me with a late checkout so I decided to make the most of the time I had left in the room to repack the bags and unwind a little more.
I did emerge in time for breakfast in the restaurant. There were a …
After the delay on London, we landed at Changi Airport at 4pm. When I finally hit the road in my hotel transfer shuttle, I discovered it was pouring rain - a tropical thunderstorm. Once again I'm delighted with my choice of boutique hotel. I had booked a garden room and I was looking forward to soaking other bathtub. These plans were shelved when I …
When we woke up in the morning, Eugine complained of a headache. So she went back to sleep while I watched TV, surfed the internet, and organized our photos. I woke her up a little past noon as I was pretty hungry by then. She seemed to be doing better, thankfully. For lunch, we went to Soup Restaurant and had ginger chicken (Samsui chicken) which …
... hit the jackpot, first decent curry since leaving the UK – delicious!
We spent most of our time in Singapore as tourists, taking in the sights whilst navigating the MRT (Singapore’s underground train system). We walked around the Colonial District, Fort Canning and the surrounding park, the Quays and the Marina. Most of the places are named after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles – until Raffles’ arrival, Singapore was only a small fishing ...
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Afterwards, we watched the ships for a little while, walked off the buddha belly full of food and then headed back downtown for a light show. Isaac showed us his favourite view of the city from the Marina Barage - my favourite as well. We then went to Gardens by the Bay and saw a light show that somehow reminded me of Avatar. We headed back to our luxury hotel for a night cap and our whole next morning was spent lazing around there ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Majestic Hotel Singapore
A boutique hotel in a former shophouses in the Chinatown District. Each room is decorated uniquely by a different designer. The staff are friendly and super helpful.
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Historical Traveler Reviews New Majestic Hotel Singapore
Un hotel bonito y moderno. La piscina es estupenda y las habitaciones son acogedoras pero parecen muy modernas. La ubicación no está mal.
Albergo bello ed eccentrico. Ottima piscina e le camere sono accoglienti ma pur sempre di tendenza. La posizione puň andare.
Nice and funky hotel. Great pool and the rooms are cosy, but look very trendy. The location is OK.
New Majestic Hotel is known as the cool boutique hotel in Singapore and it definitely has cool decor and interesting rooms. However, it should then just be as a museum instead of letting the rooms out as I have never experienced such a stingy hotel before. The staff is not too polite either. We lost our key card and was told that we need to pay $5 to replace a key card?? unheard of and we paid. The hotel used kiehls toiletries and i accidentally dropped the bottle of shower gel into the bathtub on the 1st of the 2 nites we stayed there and we were told that we need to exchange our empty bottle for a new one? Makes me feel as if im stealing them and doesn't the hotel replenish if you stay there 2 nites? The next day, the housekeeping staff asked what time will we wake up because they need to clean the room and they need to go home by 4pm.
Cute hotel; nice location; small room
I stayed at the New Majestic for 2 days and I really liked it! The rooms are interesting because a different local artist does the design for each room, so all of them are different. Rooms are very small with an intimate feel (bathroom area exposed in the room), so only stay here if you are traveling alone or with a significant other. I recommend the garden room because it has a large private garden area with a huge soaker tub outside!
* Great location (in china town, near the MRT)
* Boutique (only 30 rooms)
* Cute rooms with a funky design
* Small rooms
Poor little Singapore - always trying to hit the mark with 'trendy, boutique, funky' (note: Gallery Evason which opened about 5 years ago) - but it seems to turn out contrived, lacking in true creativity and consequently quite dysfunctional.
Taking the taxi from Changi to NEw Majestic Hotel would probably solicit a naughty smile from the driver.
Overall enjoyed my two nights here. The lobby is amazing, obviously lots of thought gone into it and the sort you'd see in glossy designer mags.
Best address in Singapore
I just retruned from a three night stay at the New Majestic and Singapore and I would highly recommend this hotel to all discerning travellers. Boutique really doesn't say enough for this unique address. Nor does designer describe the artistic flair that went into its creation. The vintage and new design furnishings are amazing, the lobby is extrodinary, every room is unique, the food is perfect, and the staff (especially the manager Mr Thiva!) is top-notch. I recommend the mirror suite or the loft suite -- amazing! Will definitey be back!