Lonely Planet review
One of the best-value nonhostel budget options in Little India, this basic Chinese-run hotel is friendly and clean enough. Rooms are poky and some come without a window, but all have private bathrooms, TV and kettle. No breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited Haising Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Singapore (city).
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Free internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Tours/travel desk
- Air conditioning
- Housekeeping service
- Laundry facilities
Description provided by property
Haising is a small budget hotel located in the Bugis/Little India Districts. We provide no-frills accommodation with basic facilities for the budget-conscious traveller.Though we have less space than a typical hotel and our rooms are VERY SMALL and SIMPLE, all rooms come with attached toilet, hot/cold shower, aircon, tv, phone (free local calls) & complimentary coffee. Please note that there is NO LIFT.SINGLE RM - 1 SINGLE BED/NO WINDOW (OLD wing)DOUBLE RM - 1 QUEEN BED/NO WINDOW (OLD wing)TWIN RM - 2 SINGLE BEDS/NO WINDOW (OLD wing)TRIPLE RM - 1 QUEEN BED + 1 SINGLE BED (OLD wing)QUAD RM - 2 QUEEN BEDS (NEW wing)Rooms with windows cost a little more.Linen, towel, soap & shampoo are inclusive in the room rate.Nearest Bus-Stop: directly opposite hotelBugis MRT Station: 8-min walk Little India MRT Station: 10-min walkQueen Street Bus Station: 2-min walkLavender Street Bus Station: 5-min by taxi Golden Mile Complex at Beach Road: 5-min by taxi Facilities include international calls facility, fax service, photocopying service, wifi access (selected rooms only), lockers, self-service laundry (wash & dry/detergent included), ironing facility and hairdryers. And for those making short trips to neighbouring countries, we provide free storage of your excess baggage if you are coming back to stay with us! Haising is only a 20-min taxi ride from the airport. Alternatively, the Airport Shuttle Service, an executive coach service that takes only 9 passengers, is a good option for the lone traveller. Of course the most economical option is the MRT train that takes you from the Changi Airport Station to the Bugis Station in 25 min.Little India, the Bugis Area, Arab Street, Orchard Road, Raffles Hotel, the Civic District and the Museums are all within walking distance. Chinatown, Orchard Road, Clarke & Boat Quays, Botanic Gardens, Holland Village and Sentosa are easily accessible from the bus-stop opposite Haising Hotel. Alternatively, you can take the MRT train from the Bugis Station (green line) or the Little India Station (purple line). You can savour the authentic flavours of our local customs such as mingling with the locals at the pasar malam at the nearby Bugis Area or tasting authentic Chinese cuisine in Chinatown or bargaining for gold and spices at Little India or purchase fine cloths at Arab Street. For those who wish to experience the dynamism of the shopping malls, restaurants and entertainment areas, the Bugis Area is down the road while Orchard Road, the Marina shopping belt, Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and Mohammed Sultan Road are only a few minutes away by public transport.If you are venturing into Malaysia or Thailand, the QUEEN STREET BUS STATION is opposite Haising, a brief 2-min walk away. Alternatively, the Lavender Street Bus Station is a 20-min walk from Haising while the Golden Mile Complex is a 25-min walk away. For those heading for Indonesia, you can take the MRT train to the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal or to the cruise centre at HarbourFront.** Haising Hotel is licensed by the Singapore Tourism Board ** A surcharge (per room per night) is applicable for stays on weekends (Fri, Sat & Sun), eves of public holidays & public holidays, major events, conventions & exhibitions ** Our rates are subject to change without prior notice. If you have a secured booking and the rate is different when you check-in, you pay the lower rate for the dates you have booked
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