Village Hotel Changi is a retreat by the sea with a rooftop spa, wellness centre and an infinity pool where you can relax while watching the sun rise. This hotel has a Business Centre with broadband Internet access and meeting rooms. With its 380 well-appointed rooms and suites, the resort hotel is the perfect hideaway for business and leisure travellers alike. The Saltwater Café with its popular International buffet spreads, Vau Wine Bar, La Cantina in Venezia and Choubei Japanese Restaurant help to make this a popular gathering place. Singapore Changi Airport is only a 15-minute shuttle ride away.
Village Hotel Changi by Far East Hospitality
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I remember staying here for 2 nights with my extended family during one of my school holidays. The service is good and the rooms are very well-kept and satisfactory. I love playing along the corridors with my friends because the textures and atmopshere were soothing. Among the various hotels, this one offers packages that is less expensive than say, resorts world or marina bay sands.
However, would I say that this hotel offers value for money? A big 'hmmm' to that. The amenities within the hotels are pretty basic. I remember a small pool which is not much fun. The location of the hotel is not connected to any hotspots or uniquely singapore areas. It is located near a hawker center but the food there is not that delicious and does not truly represent Singapore as a food paradise. Furthermore, the ambience outside the hotel is disrupted because it is located beside a road.
If you are looking for better entertainment, this is not a hotel for you.
I stayed at Changi Village Hotel for one night during a short staycation, and I must say it is a pretty good hotel to stay at if you're thinking of having a staycation.
It's situated at the heart of Changi Village and it is within walking distance of the Changi Village hawker centre, so you can pop by anytime you're hungry. The hotel itself has decent restaurants, including one at the first floor which offers an impressive international buffet.
I had quite a good time during my stay at the hotel, and my standard room was quite large. The beds were comfortable, there was cable TV and a bathtub - definitely enough to satisfy me.
I love this place so much that I've had two staycations here. I love the location because the moment I enter Changi Village, the laidback atmosphere of the place just makes me feel relaxed already. Feels like time slows down in this part of Singapore.
But it's really inconvenient if you don't drive. Can't even head to the Changi beach otherwise. That would mean that there's nothing much else to do besides exploring the boardwalk. Nevertheless, the facilities provide enough entertainment for me. There's an infinity pool with a great view of aeroplanes, and another pool for slightly more serious swimming. There's also a great gym and a sauna. Don't come here if you're looking for an exciting time. Otherwise, it's a perfect getaway.
the one bright and outstanding flaw about this hotel is their location. Located in Changi Village itself and right opposite the seedy areas, this hotel stands out like a beacon of comfort and elegance.
The rooms are spacious and unhindered, with great views of the beach available. With not much traffic and residences and buildings nearby, it is generally cooler here. I was spoilt for choice when it came to dining options. eventually I chose to have dinner at La Cantina at Venezia, an Italian fine dining restaurant which I've come to adore and I'm longing to head back there again.
I strongly recommend this hotel for a short getaway.
This is a good place for a staycation away from the bustling crowd in the central part of Singapore. The room was generally spacious enough, but the window was filthy with mould and dirt stains (which made it almost impossible for us to enjoy the view outside so the curtain was drawn the whole stay). The bed was very comfortable and the toilet was alright but we were lacking some basic toiletries. Changi Village Hotel has smoking and non-smoking rooms and we stayed in the former and it seemed like the air filter was not strong enough to regulate fresh air quick enough. The swimming at the pool was a very nice touch to the hotel because swimmers are able to watch the planes flying above them. Overall, it was an enjoyable stay, and we paid approximately $210 for 2d1n stay. The breakfast was not impressive but not bad either!
Changi Village Hotel is the ideal place for a short staycation if you’re on a tight budget. It was one of our first few choices when it comes to hotel booking in Singapore. With only $200, you get:
(1) A sea view room
(2) A bed that we refused to leave upon checkout
(3) Free Wi-Fi to tweet how awesome the staycation was!
(4) The facilities needed for the time there
The room we had was also spacious enough for us to hold a mini party for our friend who’s joining the army force, which (in my opinions) many hotels could not provide at a mere $200.
Plus~ to cater to all the TV addicts, they have open-concept toilets that allow guests to watch TV while soaking in the bathtub! Double the fun, double the happiness!
What I loved most would be the access to the infinity pool! The pool was well maintained and provided a lovely view!
All in all the hotel was great for a short staycation!
Changi Village Hotel comes equipped with a relatively comfortable room, and basic amenities, although it does feel dated as a hotel. Mostly because they are still using dated CRT televisions as reversed to the newer LCD ones. To be honest, the rooms are great for sleep and rest and not much else.
The thing that sets this hotel apart is its location. Smack in the heart of changi village, the hotel is a short walk away from an abundance of good food, groceries and anything else you might need to ensure a comfortable stay. It's also quite near Changi Beach, an even larger plus point if you're a beach junkie like me.
The price demanded I feel, doesn't justify the quality of the hotel, but keeping in mind the locale, things tend to even out. Recommended for staycations when rooms are on sale.