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BEDROOM Wink @ McCallum Street

Wink @ McCallum Street

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Tanjong Pagar, Central Business District
Impressive
9.0
(51 Reviews)
I had an awesome stay! Hostel staff were so accommodating, friendly and quick with my requests. The hostel is clean, with good water supply and great air conditioning. The hostel serves light breakfast such as noodles, bread, cereal and fruits which actually can help you get through the day 😁 coffee, tea and milk are also available! It's close to 7/11 (just beside it), bars, cafes, restaurants and cheap but great food centres. And yes, it's close to mrt station as well! Convenience is the name of the game! I'd stay again in my future visits! Thank you!
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LOBBY Eighteen By Three Cabins

Eighteen By Three Cabins

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Tanjong Pagar, Central Business District
Impressive
8.7
(171 Reviews)
Good service with acceptable price
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Wink @ McCallum Street, Eighteen By Three Cabins
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Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, Telok Ayer MRT Station

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Shaun S.
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18 Jun 2023
Other than the fact that the lift structure is not conventional, really nothing to nitpick. Great location, great food at L1, great stay.
Seah
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24 Jul 2020
Location was very convenient to the banking area and public transport to many places. Many food choices were close by too. Wifi worked well. There are chairs to sit in the airconditioned lobby. Cons are that the place needs some upgrading. The outside terrace has 3 large inverters blowing hot air constantly. Many stairs and no lift. Host Hafiz made a world of diffrence in welcoming all registered guests and did his best at work.
James F.
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12 Nov 2023
Staff were confused and seemed to act against one another. On check out, no one mentioned physical check out was unnecessary since the room was prepaid with a voucher. Rooms were too small making occupants trip over bags and squeeze around the bed to reach the toilet.
Khansaa z. F.
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2 Feb 2024
Very strategic location, there’s 711 beside the hotel and food court 3 minutes walk away. MRT and bus can be reached by walking distance too. The door is soundproof, and there’s strict rules not to disturb each other. As a light sleeper, I slept well here which is a huge achievement.
HK
15 Apr 2023
Great hotel, great breakfast. Don't like the water in swimming pool too much chemical
Lim J. A.
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20 Nov 2022
Pros: - Spacious Room (40 square metres) - Lots of art pieces in the room. - High tech use of iPad. IPad used to control almost all functions in the room. TV, lights, curtains etc. - good selection of free movies on demand. - Samsung TV comes with LG sound bar. - Netflix and Prime Video Log in. - Chromecast and blue tooth connectivity to TV. - Some complimentary mini bar items like camel nut mix, Nutella B-ready, apple and orange juice and San Pellegrino. - Nespresso machine with 4 pods. - Dilmah luxury lead bags (earl grey, chamomile, rose with French vanilla, English breakfast and jasmine green tea) - Huge tub, separate tub, shower. Toilet cubicle is in a separate “room”. - Molton Brown Toiletries. - His and Hers differentiated amenities.- Very comfortable bath robe and slippers. Cons: - TV is a tad small (43 inch) - queen size bed instead of king size bed. - no usb bed room charging points. - Long corridor to bed area May not be everyone's cup of tea. - signs of wear and tear in the room. - room and hotel has a little identity crisis. Transition between Sofitel and the current management.
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