Situated on one of Chinatown’s best known historical lanes, Porcelain Hotel sits on Mosque Street. The current building where Porcelain is, comprising of a few adjoining traditional shop-houses, is such one great reflection of the enclave’s rich history. Transformed many times from nostalgia, it is eventually restored in its full glory to the beautiful thematic Porcelain Hotel, graced with dainty porcelain patterns dating from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. We invite you to come take a walk with us and savor the rich traditional patterns of Chinese porcelains.
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cheap & chic, but cheap & chic & clean would be better
Perfect place for couples looking for a cosy place to cuddle up to and for budget travelers looking for a cheap and chic place while exploring the city. We were given a free upgrade to an executive room and I have to say although the room is small, the room ticked my list of basic things required in a hotel room. Use of space is pretty smart and even though there isn't a window, they placed fake curtains to make you feel like you are not living in a hole.(you are in fact) hopped onto the bed and realised it felt a little dirty, saw some stains and sniffed the pillow, oh you dont wanna sniff that pillow. Geez. The first hotel that has a smelly pillow. Haha.
Well I have to say you cant ask for too much since its really cheap and chic but a nicer smelling pillow would be perfect. Also its not really sound proof as you can hear people talking and walking outside your room so go easy on the talking, or the screaming if you are doing any.
Sleep quality is actually very good because to be honest, you are in a hole/cave with no sunlight, I guess you can spend your entire holiday sleeping.