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|Distance to city centre||2.7 km|
|"Excelent staff, amazing location."||(in 33 reviews)|
|"The bed was very comfy!"||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Very nice, helpful Staff."||(in 45 reviews)|
|"And the breakfast was poor."||(in 8 reviews)|
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|ayer||in 3 reviews|
|bed is comfortable||in 19 reviews|
|breakfast is good||in 27 reviews|
|china town||in 6 reviews|
|great location||in 52 reviews|
|marina bay||in 2 reviews|
|mrt station||in 14 reviews|
|private room||in 41 reviews|
|restaurants and cafes||in 14 reviews|
|shared bathroom||in 10 reviews|
|singapore||in 7 reviews|
|staff is friendly||in 60 reviews|
|toilet seats||in 2 reviews|
|walking distance||in 5 reviews|
Location is really good - near Lau Pa Sat, there is 7-11 and Guardian Pharmacy nearby to get amenities, Common Man is just a few doors down to get great coffee and brunch, also near to Telok Ayer MRT, walking a bit further out, it will be near to Raffles Place MRT, really close to many office buildings
The stairs to the room. It was practically a bunch of cabinets stacked on top of each other so they were really steep. I had to climb on all fours. It didn’t look that steep in pictures though.
Room is quite comfy, showers and wifi work awesome.
They turn on the A/C during the day when presumably all the rooms will be empty because everyone is venturing outside, and then turned it off at night, which is the time when everyone is back from their hot day outside and expecting a cool room and get a hot room instead; they instead let the A/C at the common room (which is empty) on at night. I just don’t understand the logic...
Location is great and near the station. Cheap and private small rooms with breakfast included.
The aircon in the rooms shouldn’t be so cold at night. The mattress wasn’t great. Felt some springs.
great location, just 5minutes walk to a metro station Telok Ayer which can take you to Changqi airport. Beside chinatown district and in 20-25m one can arrive to marina bay. Near to several streets full of cool bars, yet with expensive prices but well this city is so expensive in itself. the air-con is a big relief when you return from sighseeing the city, because this tropical temperature with high humidity is dreadful for the body and mood.
breakfast is very very poor, you have to go another place if u want to have a proper breakfast to start the day. the room is very very very little, with no windows, so no recommendable if you are prone to claustrophobia. as long as you only need the bunker to sleep and keep your suitcase then it could be fine. what to tell about the prices for this facilities? .. well it's Singapore, almost all with inflated prices
Location is very convenient and staff is very friendly and helpful. By the way, I seems like you forgot to take a small white bag. When check out, can anyone write me EMAIL and contact me if anything be found?
Some of the room do not have any window. So when closed light, it is absolutely dark and not feel so comfortable.
With a stay at Eighteen By Three Cabins, you'll be centrally located in Singapore, a 9-minute walk from Chinatown Heritage Center and 12 minutes by foot from Boat Quay. Featured amenities include a computer station, luggage storage, and microwave in a common area.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Raffles Place 255 m
- Sri Mariamman Temple 0.4 km
- Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum 0.4 km
- Chinatown 0.6 km
- Sir Stamford Raffles Statue 0.9 km
- Clarke Quay 1.2 km
|Singapore Changi||17.9 km|
|Batam Hang Nadim||34.8 km|