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bouncewithme

On my way home from LOS in January, I will be stopping off or my first trip in Singapore. Any hotel recommendations? What is better, geylang or orchard areas? Thx

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mcb

There is a good hotel booking booth at airport arrivals if you don't pre-book.

All well organised and legit.

Orchard road is the area to be, or somewhere close. MRT is excelent for getting around.

 

Orchard Towers

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RAM8

Geylang is home to some of the cheapest, nastiest hotels in Singapore. It's not cheap anywhere, but I would recommend to stay anywhere other than Geylang. Just head in there after dark via the MRT. All the brothels are a short walk from Alunjied station. A cheaper hotel option may be best sought around the China town area. I find it very safe in Singapore, even in the seedy Geylang area.

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Love_to_eat_Thai

Royal Plaza is my preference for Singapore, across the road from Brix and around the corner from Orchard Towers, girl friendly and quite nice.

 

I've picked up a few girls from both Brix & OT, they've all appreciated the proximity.

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Nighthawk1

Pan Pacific, Claymore Rd. next door to Orchard Towers, perfect ;)

 

 

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sabato

Depends a lot on if you want to bring girls back. As mentioned Geylang rooms are cheap and nasty, but if your budget is tight that's where you want to be. You can find room as low as S$50 (it might have been S$40) at some of the smaller hotels, unfortunately you won't find them online. These are about on par in terms of quality with the cheaper rooms on offer at Pattaya - which is simply to say they do the job, but you wouldn't want to take a girl back there. The larger Geylang hotels you can book online are around S$70, and often fully book out on weekends, personally preferred the smaller hotels.

 

If you can't handle that, Chinatown is the next cheapest option, but never stayed there myself.

 

Royal Plaza is my preference for Singapore

Pan Pacific, Claymore Rd.

 

These places are around S$300/night (which is probably a good price by Singapore standards), so if you have the money sound like great options. For me unless it's guaranteed I'm taking a girl back for the night, I'm simply not shelling out that kind of cash on somewhere to sleep. I can get 3-4 ST's in Geylang for this price, hell you can book an overnighter for S$400 with a nice walkup girl, and she provides the hotel (in my experience the hotels they work out of have been pretty nice).

 

If due to budget restrictions you're really stuck for options, maybe head over to the Batam (under one hour ferry), where there are plenty of cheap accomodation options.

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taipanoblehouse

Close to Orchard is the best for a base (obviously hotels are more expensive - Hyatt and Marriott Pool Terrace if cost is not an issue) but taxi's are plentiful and relatively cheap in Singapore - the roads and access during the early hours of the morning are exceptional. A 5 min taxi ride gives you a nice opportunity to warm her up!!!!.

As mentioned Orchard Towers (4 floors of whores) offers a wide range of choices over 4 floors of bars and discotechs which from the outside looks like an office tower. Brix also mentioned before is the bar underneath the Hyatt hotel - great music and ambience, the girls are top shelf - wear evening dresses typically - not short or bargirl attire.

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PBRHotelier

If budget is not an issue, the Novotell in the Clarke Quay section of town is great. Adjacent to the Singapore River, walk outside the hotel and you are in the main entertainment section of the city, 30+ restaurants in all price ranges and all types of food (Burger King to Hooters), 20+ bars and discos, shopping, pool, great evening scene with lots of people walking around. The hotel is four stars, excellent rooms with city or river views, very good breakfast buffet, I had a TGF with me and the staff were very friendly and polite. Easy taxi ride to Marina Bay Sands casino or Orchard Rd (Towers). There is also a full service Japanese style bath house / massage across the street. Good discounts on Agoda.


http://www.novotel.com/gb/hotel-5993-novotel-singapore-clarke-quay/index.shtml

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LuizzeOliveira

There are so many best hotels in Singapore like Raffles hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay hotel, Shangri-La hotel, Mandarin Oriental, The Ritz-Carlton, Conrad Centennial, Four Seasons hotel, InterContinental, Fraser Suites River Valley and so many other. These all are very luxury 5 star hotel in Singapore.

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999Baht

If you are only staying for a day or 2 then the hotels in the Geylang area are fine.

 

They are not new or spacious but what do you really want out of a hotel room??

 

The added advantage of staying in this area is that it is in the middle of Redlight district.

 

Girls are a lot cheaper here than in Orchard towers. Go out and have a ST or 2 and then sleep in your cheap hotel.

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The Serpent

This is what I will be doing when I Touch down in Singapore in a couple of months 999...

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mr21

Stayed at The Strand hotel in April and was very pleased. Rooms were basic but clean and the hotel is located just off Orchard Rd about 5 min walk from Douby Ghaut MRT. The rate was $160 SD (including tax and breakfast) for a triple room. A new MRT station is being constructed on Bencoolen St in front of the hotel but we requested a room in the back and had no issues with noise.

 

https://www.strandhotel.com.sg/content.htm

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bouncewithme

I ended up staying at Orchard hotel right around the corner from OT. Nice room and hotel. Only knock is the food was crazy expensive.

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mr21

The food prices were steep but not that much more than what I see in California and Hawaii. Granted we didn't eat at many upscale restaurants. Our last night we ate at an italian restaurant in one of the shopping centers on Orchard Road and the bill was over $100 for pizza, salad, and beer.

 

What really amazed me were the alcohol prices - over $25 SD for a 6-pack of Asahi or Tiger. 

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philkrenshaw

Orchard road is a traffic nightmare.

I recommend the Victoria hotel--about a block west of Raffles, great location. Very near a couple MRT stations. Half the price of other hotels in the same area.

The elevator can be entered from the back without going through the lobby if you bring a girl ( I did not as I was heading for Pattaya next).

 

The lobby restaurant has a nicely priced steak dinner.

 

It's on Agoda with plenty of reviews.

http://www.agoda.com/asia/singapore/singapore/victoria_hotel.html

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LRanger

I've stayed at Royal Plaza on Scotts. Its a good place to stay. Took girl back from OT, no problems....

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Saddic

The food prices were steep but not that much more than what I see in California and Hawaii. Granted we didn't eat at many upscale restaurants. Our last night we ate at an italian restaurant in one of the shopping centers on Orchard Road and the bill was over $100 for pizza, salad, and beer.

 

What really amazed me were the alcohol prices - over $25 SD for a 6-pack of Asahi or Tiger. 

 Ya can eat very cheap or uber expensive... and food is a sport in Singapore...

 

Go to the hawker stalls... (very cheap, clean and safe and regulated by the SNG gov...)...  all over singapore...

 

Plenty of middle of the road options at the malls all over the city...

 

Eating at any upscale resturant, the prices will be very dear...  expect to spend >50 before the booze...

 

Booze is very heavily taxed in Singapore..  so expect... $10 for a pint...

 

I recommend using the food blogs and search engines to do research to find the real gems in Singapore...

 

good luck...

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Taeng Mo

Depends on your budget.

If it's just a stop over then go top end. Go to Brix Bar, pay too mutt and cry your good self to sleep, wondering why you didn't search this forum earlier.

If you intend to Monger, as you should, then I strongly recommend staying in the Geylang area. Or Little India, where you can tread the boards, perfectly legally, around places like Desker and Petain Road.

Stay out of places like Brix Bar, as the same Girls can be had off the street in Geylang for much less. If you want to hit Asian girls.

Though, I did have a top night in Brix Bar. Pompem was it cost me around SGD400 and no Pussy. Though, nice to see all that was on offer. Hooked up with a Malay Expat. The Girls are from Africa, to South America, to Asia, to the Euro zone, but it will cost you.

You should check it out, just for curiosity's sake. It's like Harry's Bar and the other sad outlets of Orchard Towers, though upscale.

 

At Brix they start at SGD400, so I figure you could get them for SGD200.

Viet Chicks abound and they are hot. It was just that I'm a frequent visitor there, so know the rates. But try to maintain my vacuous Newbie look. Viet Girls in S.E. Asia are usually the cheapest, so go figure?

 

The hotel 81 chain are pretty standard, across the board. Just book somewhere in the Lorong 8 to 20 locale. Stay with the even numbers, as somewhere like Lor 15 is across the road and, whilst in the zone, is miles away, culturally.

The 81 hotels don't have fridges and the beds are under made with those pain in the arse plastic lined mattress covers.

As all good S/T hotels are. But good value for Singapore.

But if you want to hit some cute Chinese, or Indo, or Viet, or Thai Hookers, then this is the place to be.

You can find TGs in Lor 6 to 8 and they are the cheapest there - 60 to 80 SGD in legal shops, 45 mins 1 shot. Chinese Girls will set you back 100 to 150 and Indo girls off the street 60 back to your own room. 75 if you go with them and partake of the Pimp network's rooms - which are ok. Air Con, shower.

Stay away from Sri Lankan girls. Whilst some can look nice it is real Monkey sex - 15 minutes for SGD50, no positions and they just lift up their skirt. No shower and they can smell. Reminds me of Amsterdam.

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adamace

I have stayed in the Oasia hotel a couple of times the last couple of years. Its in Novena and has good quality rooms and a great pool and buffet breakfast. Best thing about the hotel is it has a subway station directly under the hotel which makes it very easy to travel around. About $200 a night inc breakfast but as you know singapore is very expensive for hotels and this is a good hotel for the price in singapore.

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adrian83

anyone needs help, check with me. I will be glad to offer any advise since i stayed here.

I had stayed in quite a few hotels in SG, not those top ends, but mid SGD100s to SGD200 in pricing.

I will recommend you Park Regis hotel as one of the better ones i had stayed (last stayed here in year 2013). GF and its 3mins walk to Clarke Quay MRT station, 5 mins walking to Clarke Quay - one of the night spots in Singapore. Room is small but cosy. Seperate shower room and toilet. Good for you guys as Ironing board is provided.

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geezerrb

Quite surprised this thread has been resurrected after 2 years. I have only stayed in SIN for 2 Gran Prix when hotel prices skyrocket and stayed in Fragrance Emerald in Geylang  both times, basic hotel overpriced because of GP but well placed for the circuit, I loved the fact I could catch the bus to and from near my hotel to entry gate for the circuit. Never got my head around the red number houses and the karaoke bars, did take from Towers which was not cheap and not that good but was a life experience.

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