Budget Hotel – Hotel 81 Chinatown

The Hotel 81 Chinatown Singapore is centrally located at the busy junction of New Bridge Road and Upper Cross Street, in Singapore’s Chinese heartland, and offers guests a glimpse into the local Chinese culture. A distinctive feature of the Hotel 81 Chinatown is the Spring Court restaurant which serves fine Chinese cuisine. Other facilities available at the Hotel 81 Chinatown include safe deposit boxes, car parking, a tour and travel desk, a postal and parcel service, laundry services, and medical services. The 99 rooms in the Hotel 81 Chinatown offer a range of amenities to ensure a relaxing stay. Guests at the Hotel 81 Chinatown can take a leisurely stroll through the narrow lanes of the Chinatown district, which exudes old world charm amidst the traditional architecture. Other local area attractions within easy reach of the Hotel 81 Chinatown include the F&B, the entertainment belts of Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, and numerous air-conditioned restaurants, street side cafes, and karaoke pubs.

About Hotel 81:
One of the value for money budget hotel that you could trusts.  Hotel 81 is a Chain of Good Value Hotels with more than 20 Hotels and more than 2000 guest rooms that come with attached bathroom and shower (with heater), complimentary array of toiletries, 20″ colour Television (some of the room come with LCD TV with free Barclay’s Premier League Live screening during weekend), hair dryers (most rooms), tea & coffee making facilities, complimentary beverages.  The Chain was accredited with ISO 9002 certification (Certificate number Q 11902) as of February 1998.

About Hotel 81 room rates:
Room rates start from S$70 nett (about USD$50) upwards depending on hotel, location and season.

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