Park Regis Hotel-Singapore is located within a five minute walk to Clarke Quay MRT station and features a 25 meter outdoor lap pool set next to a large water feature.
Each room features a 42 inch flat screen TV to enjoy in your down time, while floor-to-ceiling height windows provide guests with semi-panoramic views of the city. A safe is provided for all of your valuables.
The Park Regis Hotel-Singapore features a gym with all the necessary equipment to keep in shape. A business center is available to all guests who need printing services, while the digital newspaper is complimentary throughout the hotel.
This hotel features two on-site restaurants including Twenty3 Drink & Dine, serving guests an array of Western and Asian cuisines. If guests are interested in fine dining, the Royal Pavilion Restaurant is also on-site.
The Boat Quay is only 0.9 miles away while a drive from the hotel to Changi International Airport will take 20 minutes.
Guests noted that the hotel offered convenient access to many restaurants and shops, which were within walking distance, as well as public transportation. They also pointed out that China Town was only five minutes of walking away and the airport less than 25 minutes by car.
As guests reported, the staff is welcoming, friendly and displays a true customer-oriented attitude. Service requests are honored quickly, special requests are accommodated to their fullest extent possible, and the staff's attitude leads guests to believe that they truly want care about pleasing each and every guest. The concierge repeatedly receives positive reviews, as arranging for tours, restaurant reservations and transport services is taken care of immediately and with a smile.
Small yet cozy rooms
While the rooms are quite compact, guests reported that they were adequate due to their efficient design and contained comfortable beds.
Poorly designed bathroom
Couples and families occupying a room did not appreciate the open-concept bathroom with its thing glass door separating the shower and toilet from public view. Guests noted that there was no privacy, as you could still observe everything, but a few rooms at least provided an added privacy curtain.
Some basic maintenance would go a long way
Guests were put off by dirty bathrooms, which included moldy tubs and edges, unsanitary toilets, a sewage smell and even some live and dead ants and gnats.
Guests found the breakfast buffet to be tasty but rather limited and overpriced. It includes typical options such as eggs, bacon as well as Asian hot noodles, but guests found the variety of fruits and cereals to be rather limited. Furthermore, they criticized that all the drinks came out of vending machines and neither the milk nor any of the juices were fresh.