Jayleen 1918 Hotel is a hidden gems in Clarke Quay

Posted on October 23, 2019

Jayleen 1918 Hotel located is a very great location and a hidden gems in Clarke Quay area! It's very near with some major attractions in Singapore. I thought the year in their hotel name : Jayleen 1918 Hotel, "1918" is an old rusty hotel but turns out I'm wrong. This clean and lovely hotel is perfect. The room is small but the pillow's so comfy! I love the breakfast. In their website they stated standard American breakfast at first, I ...

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Jayleen 1918 Hotel WiFi Connect

Posted on October 21, 2019

Jayleen 1918 Hotel provide free wifi Internet connection to our guest. In order to improve our service, we invite you to test our Jayleen 1918 Hotel WiFi testing page. Thank You

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3 days 2 nights stay at Jayleen 1918 Hotel

Posted on October 20, 2019

Jayleen 1918 Hotel was at least meet my expectation. The hotel Standard Room quite OK with average condition. Furniture is a bit old and bed-sheets is clean. The general cleanliness of the bedroom was OK and acceptable. Considering the price, I was expecting a room in a better condition. The room looks simple but is complete with mini bar, photo, free wifi, safety box, water cooker, free tea and coffee and some small snacks, shampoo, ...

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Very friendly staff at Jayleen 1918 Hotel

Posted on October 19, 2019

Review from a guest from London, United Kingdom. He stayed in Jayleen 1918 Hotel, July 2015 for 2 nights. The staff at Jayleen 1918 Hotel were very friendly and helpful. The room was cozy, comfortable and had everything I needed. The location is perfect for local culture, bars, clubs and restaurants, and to see the fireworks. The best part was the staff helpfulness. The least was the breakfast was a little cold. Housed within a ...

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Small hotel in the city center and with great view

Posted on October 19, 2019

Jayleen 1918 Hotel is a small old family hotel in the city center close to Chinatown and all major attractions. It is along the side street and quite. The room was small, too small to go to bed from both sides as one side stands against the wall and window. The other room of our friends was roomier with access from both sides. Window looked out at blind opposite wall. The room was however quiet, well furnished and provided all needed ...

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Nice stay for the 2015 Singapore F1

Posted on October 18, 2019

Like a number of other guests, we stayed at the Jayleen 1918 Hotel for our recent 2015 Singapore F1 trip. Other hotels were charging quite a small fortune, so this Jayleen 1918 Hotel is just nice fit our low budget. Our room was certainly basic. It was very chintzy and compact. Air-con environment was good, Wi-Fi Internet was average as more people are online. Room facilities, like pillows were also bit solid. The location wise, it was ...

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Pulau Ubin is Best Camping Spot in Singapore

Posted on October 17, 2019

Whether you’re thinking of breathtaking scenery, serene solitude or good family bonding, no holiday in the city can beat the classic camping trip. Get up close and personal with Mother Nature, curl up in a warm sleeping bag next to a campfire, peer up at the glittering stars and enjoy a few yummy s’mores. A camping trip in the arms of Mother Nature can be quite an incomparable experience. Pulau Ubin In Singapore, we have a unique ...

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10 Sights & Bites at Killiney Road (Part 1)

1. House of Rice Roll and Porridge Enjoy chee cheong fun with various tasty fillings of char siew, prawn, abalone, mango or even XO durian. These ice rolls are delicious and make excellent teatime snacks. Order a few to Tar Pow to share. House of Rice Roll & Porridge is at 89 Killiney Road. 2. French Pastry If you feel like having French pastry or good bread, drop by Artisan Boulangerie at 118 Killiney Road. Managed by artisan baker Eran ...

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Island Escapes to St John’s Island

Posted on October 16, 2019

So you want to celebrate the year-end holiday season in an easier, breezier fashion, far away from the busy life in the city? You can plan a short getaway or escape to a quiet little island just around the corner. Not many locals have ventured to any island other than Sentosa. St John’s Island is a great place to start! Just a short ferry ride from Marina Bay will take you to this rustic enclave, which has remained largely rural ...

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About Jayleen 1918 Hotel Singapore

The Jayleen 1918 Hotel Singapore is affordable priced and located right in the City Center, close to the Singapore River, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay Entertainment District.It is walking distance to Raffles Place, Chinatown, The Esplanade, and within 2km to Suntec City Convention Centre and Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre and Hotel. Both tourists and business visitors alike find this hotel ideally located and suitably priced. The Hotel ...

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