Albert Court Village Hotel Hot
Its Albert Café & Restaurant, Shish Mahal Restaurant and the cosy Lobby Lounge let you sample international cuisine as well as local favourites including spicy curries and vegetarian choices from nearby Little India.
Access to the Central Business District and other parts of Singapore is minutes away – at the Little India MRT station – thanks to this boutique hotel’s central location. A short walk away, the Singapore Art Museum, National Library, art schools and more cultural heritage beckon. The nearby Waterloo Street has the popular Goddess of Mercy temple rubbing shoulders with a Hindu temple and a church. Such are the unexpected neighbours that you can find here – in Singapore’s multi-cultural enclaves.
User Ratings Summary
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Nice and comfy stay
I had a stay for one-night at this place some time back. It was a last minute booking through one of the hotel booking websites and when I reached the place, thinking that I could check in, I was told by the staff that she could not find my booking in the system. Suspecting that it was cause of the last minute booking, I was glad that I was able to show her the hardcopy of the booking. She quickly helped me with the processing and she assured me that I do not have to be worried about the paperwork and that it would be settled after the things are fine.
I was really happy with your attitude as I read that some hotels simply do not let the guests in if they did not see anything in their systems, which creates a lot of unhappiness.
The room itself had a old fashion look to it with victorian like furnishing. It was rather spacious and the view I had was overlooking the Rochor canal which sadly was undergoing upgrading during that time. Well not that it would have make a difference though just that it probably would look nicer.
The buffet breakfast looked really appetizing as there were a spread of a typical English breakfast items. However, I did not tried it as it was not included in my stay, and well it was rather expensive.
Warm service, great location to mix with locals
I stayed here while my place was renovating in early 2012 over a weekend. The staff were laughing when we registered for the room as we were then staying in Little India, literally a stone throw away.
The superior room we got facing the traffic was well-maintained with cozy lighting. Being a Mother, my first instinct was to check for the cleanliness of the bathroom and bugs on the bed and glad it turns out meeting my expectations. The internet access was great and the hotel food was fine. I like it that the hotel staff were rather consistent in their manner of service even though we were local.
You would like it as much as I do because of its architecture and unique location. I think its the only hotel around Little India that is decent for business travellers and those who wants to travel in style. You get to mix with the local through taking the public transports, unique Indian movie theatre, eating out at the nearby food centres, Sim Lim Square where you get all cheap electronics stuff, hang out with the art students, eat the famous Selegie Beancurd and prayer place of different religion within walking distance.