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Carlton Hotel Singapore Is Just Nice For Us...

We stayed in Carlton Hotel, booked through Agoda online. One night cost around $147 without tax when I booked a month ago. The taxi cab driver told me that it cost around $300sg and that I have booked it very cheap through the net. But lately when I logged in again to check the rates, it was already $200usd!






A very nice hotel, I wouldn't mind staying again and again... firstly, it is very near to the shopping centres, such as the Bugis Street, Raffles shopping mall, Marina Bay Sands and the MRT is just opposite... but too bad the rates are not fixed.. it is like share market, you got to log in to check every now and then.. hahaha...

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  1. Yup, very nice hotel...and SIN$147 is cheap...even though it is very expensive after conversion. Can't complain - for that kind of money, normally you would get some small and lousy hotel in some lousy location. That's why I don't intend to go to Singapore ever again. Can't afford!

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  2. I like staying in hotel near to shopping centre. Very convenient to do shopping and no need to spend extra on cab. That would save a bit.

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  3. Yes Irene and as long as they r affordable too.

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  4. it's a big and classy hotel. Will consider Carlton Hotel if we go to S'pore, hopefully next year. Travel with with small kids, it is a good idea to stay near shopping complexes with less travelling in public transports needed.

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  5. nice hotel but still it's rather expensive..anyway, glad you had fun in Sg.

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  6. So can only go once a blue moon. Ha ha. Our currency here is so low.

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  7. wow looks classy! how many starssss?

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  8. Looks nice. Stayed there for how long? Can't wait to read about your trip there.

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  9. When I. Checked recently it was ard $200usd already . I think every now and then the rates changes. :)

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  10. Very nice hotel and the room looks spacious too. Bookmark this hotel too!

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  11. Very spacious and comfy room with that rate.

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  12. Wah, you got quite a good deal! S'pore hotels are getting more & more ex. Nevertheless, it can't beat Japan. Hotel prices are sky high there. Can't wait for my trip in early Dec.

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  13. Breakfast was provided for one person only.. maybe that was why it was cheaper...

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  14. that center piece was extravagant i loved it as well as that pond/ fountain where you were sitting

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  15. mecoy: I like it too..


    kathy: pay and tharn.. hahaha...

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  16. The hotel looks stunning. All of Singapore looks really nice in photos!! Sharon - trinicatering.co.uk

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