Hotel 81 Tristar is a 2-star hotel and only a 15-minute drive from Changi International Airport and a 20-minute drive from the popular Orchard Road. This budget hotel features 117 guestrooms and divided into 4 types of room. All are equipped with television, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities and private bathroom with hot and cold shower facilities. Besides that, guests can enjoy dining at restaurant and café located near this hotel. For those who love to try local food, you can head to second floor of Geylang market. There are wide variety of Malay and Indian cuisines at the food court. Besides this food court, Black and Ink café mainly serve pastries and burgers. Apart from that, there are amazing facilities and services provided by this hotel. Among them are free Wi-Fi, laundry and cleaning services, luggage storage and 24-hour desk to assist guests with city tour bookings. For leisure activities, guests can enjoy swimming at the outdoor pool and touring as well as visiting attractions around Singapore.
From Changi International Airport, it takes around 20 minutes to reach Hotel 81 Tristar by using East Coast Parkway or Pan Island Expressway. You also can access this hotel via Paya Lebar MRT Station which is around 500 metres away or Aljunied MRT Station.
Deluxe Double Room is a 14 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed. This room is equipped with flat screen television, mini refrigerator and private bathroom with shower, bathtub and hairdryer.
Deluxe Twin Room is a 14 square metre room with 2 single beds. This air-conditioned room features minibar, work desk and flat screen television.
Family Room is a 18 square metre room with 1 sofa bed and 1 large double bed. This room can accommodate 3 to 4 guests.
Triple Room is a 18 square metre room with 3 single beds or 1 single bed and 1 large double bed. This room is fitted with mini fridge, flat screen television and work desk.
As for dining options, Black and Ink Café is one of the dining places you must try in Geylang area. It has been a famous hangout place and serves various selection of pastries, burgers choice and gelato flavours. Besides that, there are also other local pie with amazing and generous fillings like beef rendang, lamb shank, wild mushrooms and beef goulash. Other than Black and Ink Café, Geylang Market also offers food centre which open from 8am to 10pm. The second floor of Geylang Serai Market houses hundreds of food stalls serving Malay and Indian cuisines. This is the best food court to enjoy Malay dishes such as asam pedas stingray and ikan terubok.
There are various facilities and services offered here at Hotel 81 Tristar. Among them are 24-hour reception desk for concierge and luggage storage services. Besides that, daily housekeeping, laundry and dry cleaning services are also accessible for guests. There are also facilities for disabled guests like lift and gift shop. In addition, mini market and airport shuttle are also available. For activities, guests can enjoy swimming at the outdoor pool and visiting numerous attractions around Singapore.
Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest giant observation wheel and located in the heart of downtown Marina Bay. It stood tall at 165 metres above ground and can be easily spotted among the skyscrapers in the Singapore skyline. The observation wheel consists of 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules, and the ride lasts about 30-minute journey. From the capsule, visitors can see iconic and historical landmarks and views from Marina Bay to the Singapore River such as Raffles Place, Changi Airport, Sentosa Island and parts of Malaysia and Indonesia. After that, visitors can tour around Singapore Food Treats on the ground and try famous Chinese food like Hainanese chicken rice and Bak Kut Teh. Singapore Flyer has been featured in numerous reality show, and one of them is The Amazing Race in 2010. This attractions opens from 8.30am to 10.30pm daily, and entrance fee for adult is SGD 33, senior citizen is SGD 24 and child from 3 to 12 years old is SGD 21.
Singapore Art Museum is located within walking distance of Fort Canning Hill and features the world's largest public collection of contemporary Southeast Asian artworks. It is a museum focuses on contemporary art practice and exhibits various art forms from sculptures, paintings to media and installation art in Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia. Opened in 1996, this museum has collaborated with many international museums around the world to present shows on both local and international art practices. It opens from Monday to Thursday from 10am to 7pm and Friday 10am to 9pm. The entrance fee is SGD 10 for adults and SGD 5 for concession entry.
AC, 24-Hour Front Desk, Elevator, WiFi
Check-In / Check-Out Time
From 15:00 - Before 11:00