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<p><span id="docs-internal-guid-2970b5ef-ca95-1ece-1d4c-8f3b76b5691a"> </span></p> <h2 dir="ltr">The Inn at Temple Street is a Heritage Hotel in Singapore’s Chinatown</h2> <h3 dir="ltr">What Do the Rooms Include?</h3> <p dir="ltr">The elegant guest rooms at The Inn at Temple Street put travel essentials close at hand. Take advantage of in-room climate control, secure key card access, and automatic wake-up services. Relax and enjoy cable programming and stay connected with free Wi-Fi. Other amenities include a coffee/tea maker, minifridge, and personal safe. Single, twin, double, and family rooms are available.</p> <h3 dir="ltr">What Amenities are Available?</h3> <p dir="ltr">This award-winning hotel offers a choice of services to make sure you’ll enjoy a comfortable stay. The 24-hour front desk staff is available to help with local mailings, laundry facilities, and tourist information. Guests also enjoy access to complimentary local newspapers and an on-site café. Other amenities include a 24-hour business center, luggage storage, and express checkout.</p> <h3 dir="ltr">What are the Rates Like?</h3> <p dir="ltr">A stay in The Inn at Temple Street typically starts at around $90 per night, although local sales and city taxes may also apply. The hotel periodically offers special promotions that can bring the cost down to as little as $65 per night. If you’d like to enjoy breakfast at the hotel, expect a charge of around $10 per person, per day.</p> <h3 dir="ltr">What’s There to do Nearby?</h3> <p dir="ltr">The Inn at Temple Street places you near the Chinatown Heritage Center, Singapore Coins and Notes Museum, and Utterly Art exhibition space. A little further afield are attractions such as Pearl’s Hill City Park, Telok Ayer Market, and Thian Hock Keng Temple. A stroll to the banks of the Singapore River offers access to the Boat Quay and Victoria Concert Hall.</p> <h3 dir="ltr">What’s the Bottom Line?</h3> <p dir="ltr">Thanks to its enviable setting near the MRT, friendly staff, and access to dozens of reasonably priced eateries, The Inn at Temple Street enjoys a good reputation among hotels in Singapore. If you would prefer a quieter stay away from the noise of evening festivities along Temple Street, it’s worth asking staff to place you in a room toward the rear of the hotel.</p> <p> </p>
Overall Guest Score
"Terrific location." "Good location" "We love Chinatown area"
99% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
Near to public transport, according to 100%.
"Very good internet connection." "Free wifi"
100% thought it was a great value.
"Good service." "Friendly staff"
81% found the staff to be very friendly.
90% thought the service was very professional.
"Food is average." "Easy to find affordable meals"
"Rooms are not good." "Room was small"
88% said rooms were small.
56% said rooms were dirty.
"Terrible building." "No lift" "Lower floor no available"