Santa Grand Hotel East Coast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsSanta Grand Hotel East Coast Singapore
Luckily Nick only booked the accommodation here! Arrived to find he had booked two single beds rather than a double..
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After a good flight with Finnair (good price, good legroom, mediocre food, and you pay for extra drinks) we finally land. The regimented customs we had feared did not eventuate (walked straight through) then a taxi to our hotel (Santa Grand East Coast). Sunshine, palm trees, friendly people - everything we had hoped for. Dad dragged the jetlagged …
Arrived at Singapore after a reasonably long day. Checked into Santa Grand Hotel and went for a walk to find a late dinner snack. Home around midnight to have a good sleep ready for a big day of exploration with a side of horse racing.
Hello Singapore! Funnily enough our friends Prodge and Alex who we travelled with in Indonesia happened to be passing through Changi airport at the same time as us. They were leaving to fly back to Jakarta and we were just arriving. So we took the opportunity to have a quick lunch and catch up with them at the airport which was nice.
... ongoing cramp It didn’t help that this time round I had a guy next to me who had terrible halitosis or something along those lines. It was like death-ray breath and every time he spoke to me I literally had to try not heave all over him. I manage to sleep for a large part of the flight, waking every hour or so to move to stop my legs from seizing up…
On my arrival back in Auckland, I got off the plane and the first person I saw? The Chinese ...
... I had no clue what he was saying. Simply gibberish in my opinion. Anyways, we walk in and start asking if there was a single room for us. With a very thick Chinese accent, he said there was room in the dorm room and one single room for the night. We asked to see the dorm room and he walked us up a flight of stairs into this tight room with 4 bunk beds pretty much right tight against each other. The room door was left open and there was this older 40yr old man siting on the ...