Thursday, October 25, 2012

V Hotel Lavender, Singapore

Singapore, a little charming island is a one of the most favourite city picked by the Asian traveller. However, it could be relatively expensive to visit for the average traveller like me especially in terms of accommodation. So when I wanna pick which hotel to stay with my boyfie, it really gave me a huge headache. Of course, we would love to stay at budget hotel but some are not so convenient and compromise the quality. And because this Singapore trip was a birthday treat by me to the Boyfie, therefore after day and night of scouting, finally V Hotel Lavender was my final pick for our accommodation throughout the 4 days and 3 nights visit in Singapore.

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The overview of V Hotel Lavender

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V Hotel Lavender is located exactly above the MRT Lavender Station. I presumed this how the hotel get it name from. It took roughly 20 minutes train ride away from Changi International Airport and the access to and from airport and also the bustling city center is so convenient for us since the MRT is just few minutes away from the doorstep.

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Once we came out from the MRT station, the pathway before reaching to the hotel is flourishing with a myriad of restaurants, cafe, food court, mini market and bakery. You can even anytime find food if hungry cause there is 24 hours food court available nearby.

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Upon reaching, we're ready to check-in to our non-smoking room. The room is fairly small, like what we were expecting before. But for us, the ultimate concern was the room is decent, squishy clean and comfortable bed. Cheery ambiance and modernly decorated, our superior room is equipped with air-conditioning, LCD television, in-room safe, coffee/tea maker and refrigerator.

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Relating to the the toilet, it is fairly small too. But almost all the basic toiletries is provided such as bath towel, hand towel, bath gel, shampoo, hair dryer and etc in this clean toilet.    

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We were given two complimentary bottled water and everyday, they will replace new one for us.

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I did check out the outdoor pool in the sky garden terrace before checking-out. It seems so relaxing but too bad, insufficient time for me to utilise it. There even a fitness center which tucked just beside the pool.

Except for the clean and pleasant stay in the room and also great location, I guess there is nothing to shout regarding this hotel. It's relatively expensive with no breakfast included. There is no free WiFi provided and will be charge upon you use it. I guess stay here once would be enough for us. Probably, will search for other hotel for my next visit to Singapore.

V Hotel Lavender
Address: 70 Jellicoe Road, Singapore 208767.

For further information of V Hotel Lavender, do visit their official website (click HERE)

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  1. need to go far for food and shopping.

  2. Love the swimming pool, I'll definitely laze around in the pool the whole day long if I had the chance :P HAHA

  3. Wow Diana, you ARE a travelholic! What I'd give to be in your shoes! Anyway, great blog on travelling and tips and whatnots. :)

  4. Sometimes I can forgo the size of the room but the cleanliness is utmost important. Lovely and simple deco and I can see from the pics that this is a decent clean room. Will consider this hotel if I travel to Singapore but you know my other half was in Singapore and stayed in Ritz Carlton. He can't stop repeating over and over on the comfy bed. I am saying for a night stay in Ritz and like you mentioned, Singapore is not cheap due to the currency rate.

  5. I've never heard of this hotel, but it looks nice enough for those on budget constraint. U mentioned it's expensive. How much did u pay for this place? S'pore hotels are really expensive, especially those 5-star ones. Like Nava, I sometimes have staycation there with my family. It's gorgeous staying there.

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