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Naumi Liora, a boutique hotel boasting 79 guestrooms, is a radiant landmark in the heart of the colourful Chinatown and minutes away from Singapore's Central Business District. Immerse in a warm sanctuary of style and contemporary design philosophy amidst elements of heritage chic, and...
Stayed here for a few days when I needed an unexpected place to stay in Singapore. Really great location in the middle of China town in the midst of restaurants, pubs, shops, and a ton of historic buildings. Down the street is a traditional wet...More
If you want a hotel in an authentic area of Singapore than a stay here gives you just that, The rooms are clean and well laid out if a little dark. I didn't really like the idea of walking a few yards to a local...More
We got a good deal on a porch room for one part of our honeymoon and we had a lovely stay. The staff were super helpful and even gave us a fancy scented candle which was nice and unexpected. The lift was broken so the...More
Very pleasant checkin and helpful with local info travelling around and tips
Room on 3rd floor , probably about the average size of a small double bedroom in the uk
NO window at all , tv , safe ,very small fridge , very small bathroom...More
I stayed for 5 nights. From the moment I walked in through the door I was greeted with a friendly smile and first class service, Check in was a doddle. The manageress on duty, a young Korean lady, was professional to the tee. Nothing was...More
Response from debrol2017 | Reviewed this property |
I can't be specific because our travel agent booked our stay as a package that included breakfast. But the down side to the breakfast is that the hotel doesn't actually provide it, they give you a voucher which you take to a... More
I can't be specific because our travel agent booked our stay as a package that included breakfast. But the down side to the breakfast is that the hotel doesn't actually provide it, they give you a voucher which you take to a cafe across the road to have breakfast