A business hotel with no frills. Located in Kampong Glam and surrounded by restaurants offering cuisines from a multitude of cultures. Also with Arab Street just across, you can shop till your heart's content as you indulge in silk items, perfumes, carpets and handicrafts.
Hotel Clover Hot
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Unpretentious, rustic, and simple.
Maybe it could be due to the lack of a system to manage bookings, my request for a queen-sized bed was overlooked and we were given twin beds instead. Nonetheless, we still enjoyed the staycation.
Clover’s main hall was decorated with rustic furniture which reminds you of your grandparents’ days, an era we hear but don’t get to see anymore. Intrigued by how they cleverly placed each antique piece at a particular spot, I wasted no time in appreciating their efforts by cam-whoring.
Our room was cosy and clean, another detail thoughtfully employed by the hotel designer.
The ultimate surprise was that they had converted the air-well in the center of the building into a courtyard wall garden. Smart move to allow hotel guests an alternative view out the window.
Thanks to its location in Kampong Glam, our staycation was also well spent soaking up the rich heritage and checking out hidden food places at the nearby Arab Street and Haji Lane.
Another hotel added to my staycation list!
If you are into quaint boutique hotel, this has got to be the place for you! And as for me, I enjoyed my staycation here tremendously.
This hotel has about 30 rooms and with these few rooms, the staff know the rooms very well. At check-in, they did not even have a computer system for the rooms, instead they keep the documents in files. Rustic? This place certainly is. The furniture are all very simple with a touch of luxury, keeping the place elegant and classy. My only gripe was the small bathroom without a tub. In addition, not all rooms have windows, not for the claustrophobic.