Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore
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Travel Blogs from Singapore
... to go to the main office and ask about the mystery of the missing luggage. Unfortunately we went up the stairs and ended up at the dining room, so we decided to delay our enquiry. Our logic was that we have left Singapore behind and if it has been left behind we may as well enjoy our dinner in blissful ignorance and face the problem on a full stomach.
We enjoy a great dinner in the restaurant and get to the front office. We ask ...
... not look too promising, we decided to stay close to the hotel and had a nice meal at the local Chicken & Rice deli. Still no lifts, so back up the stairs!!!
Day 3 and we are off to look at the city in more detail. We walk to Park View Square which is the most fabulous building and open plaza. The square is surrounded by sculptures and statues of famous historical characters. On the ground floor there is the most amazing and ...
Last day in Singapore and last day of holiday - plenty to do! Good breakfast and then dumped bags with guest services so we could get off to a Little India guided walking tour. 3 hours walking around with the same guide from yesterday's China Town tour. Interesting history lesson that could have been conducted ...
... and were presented with the largest scone we have ever seen. It had the circumference of an American pancake however we both think we can make better ones at home. It was very doughy. The cake was a raspberry, whipped cream and sponge base confection. Then on to the Long Bar for a Singapore Sling. We didn't want to sit at the bar and were shown to a table. Almost the first thing we noticed was the discarded peanut shells all over the floor. There ...
... horrible experience' to 'excellent'. One complaint seemed to be that lunch and afternoon tea guests had to use a side entrance to get into the hotel and felt very second rate. Do what we did, walk confidently up to one of the magnificently dressed doormen as if you are a VIP and ask to be shown the Tiffin Room. We were treated with great deference and personally escorted into the main foyer to the dining room. Our meal was truly wonderful, the ambience ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services