V Hotel Bencoolen is a 4 star hotel that is located in one of the famous locations in Singapore which is Bugis. It is also within vicinities of Haw Par Villa. This hotel is one of the many contemporary skyscrapers present in the skies of Singapore. The hotel is also nearby to attractions such as the Singapore National Museum, Church of St Peter and Paul, Sri Krishnan Hindu Temple and Kwan Im Thong Buddhist Temple and Orchard Road. It takes around 20 minutes to get to Singapore city centre. There is also the Bugis street Bazaar and a mall nearby at the City Hall as well.
The hotel has their own restaurant where they would be able to provide a buffet breakfast. They are also able to cook up Meditrranean dishes. It is located around 150 meters from the main hotel. It is an absolute haven. Besides Mediterranean dish, Trattoria Lafiandra are able to provide other variety of food too. The food are also halal food and Muslim guest do not need to worry about eating anything there.
The hotel is currently holding a promotion that any guests who book at this hotel will receive a 2 hour late check out and complimentary parking.
How to Get to V Hotel Bencoolen
There are several ways to get to V Hotel Bencoolen. From the Changi Airport Singapore, one can drive to the hotel. It will only take around 16 minutes as the distance is 19.1 kilometres only. Guests can take the Airport Boulevard to ECP then move on to Rochor Road to head to Bencoolen Street from exit 15.
Another way to get to V Hotel Bencoolen is by taking a train. The nearest MRT station to the hotel is the Bencoolen station. To head to the station, one should take the East West Green line (Changi Airport Branch). It will take around 48 minutes and the fare is around 2.40 SGD. There is 1 station after the Airport where guests need to change trains to the Downtown Line and it is the Expo station and head towards Bukit Panjang. After that it will be another 14 stops towards Bencoolen station. Guests should take Exit A and take a left towards the Bencoolen Street.
Different Types of Room in V Hotel Bencoolen
V Hotel Bencoolen has 6 types of rooms that can be chosen from. Each room are designed to have a luxurious and comfortable setup. In lieu with the hotel’s security, each floor is only accessible with an electronic key and in room electronic safe is placed in each room.
The first room is the Superior Room. It is a room for 2 people. It has 1 queen bed. Then there is the Twin Room where it is equipped with 2 single bed for 2 paxs. Next room would be the Triple Room. It can accommodate 3 pax since it has 1 queen bed and 1 single bed. Next there is the Premier Room. It can accommodate 2 pax. It has 1 queen bed and 1 arm chair. The hotel also has a Deluxe Room where it has 1 queen bed that can accommodate 2 people. It also has an open air patio with patio chairs. Finally is the Studio. It can accommodate 3 pax. It has 1 queen bed and 1 single mattress.
Each room are equipped with 32 inch television, Wifi, refrigerator, hairdryer, wardrobe, spring mattress, complimentary toiletries and bathroom slippers and lastly complimentary beverages such as tea, coffee and bottled water.
Facilities at V Hotel Bencoolen
Some of the facilities offered at V Hotel Bencoolen is the outdoor swimming pools where there is ample space for the guests to rest and enjoy some time swimming. Then there is the garden to add more greenery to the surroundings of the hotel. The hotel also has Wifi, car parking space, patios, coin-operated laundromat for both washer and dryer. The hotel also have a tour desk specializes to help guests of this hotel to plan their vacation. The hotel also has a 24-hour room service and a restaurant who will be able to provide food to the guests. Other than that, the hotel also has daily housekeeping and taxi calling service.
Interesting Places Near V Hotel Bencoolen
Bencoolen Mosque - Bencoolen Mosque is located on Bencoolen Street which makes it located at 0.06 kilometres from V Hotel Bencoolen. This mosque was also known as Bengkali Mosque. It was founded in 1825 with only attap as the roof. It was later then replaced with a permanent version in 1845. Ever since then, it is maintained year after year to ensure the longevity of the mosque.