Address12 Perak Road SingaporeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A long-time favourite, the Perak Hotel (formerly called Perak Lodge), located on a quiet side street in the heart of Little India, mixes a classy colonial exterior with an oriental interior complete with Buddha statues and quaint sitting and meditation spaces. Rooms are comfortable and well furnished, staff members are welcoming and very helpful and the rates include free wi-fi.
Our independent authors have visited Perak Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Little India & Kampong Glam.
Description provided by property
Housed in a conserved building, Perak Hotel is located in Singapore’s charming Little India. Just steps away from the area's cultural offerings, the hotel provides a relaxing getaway with free internet access.
Hotel Perak is located within a 10-minute walk from both Bugis and Little India MRT stations. Situated just a 3-minute walk from the popular Sim Lim Square and Sim Lim Tower (electronic shops), it is also just a 10-minute walk from Arab Quarters.
Perak’s homely rooms are air-conditioned and fitted with wood flooring. They come equipped with a safety deposit box and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. Ironing facilities and a hairdryer are available upon request.
Guests have free access to the computer station in the lobby from 19:00 to 06:00. They can also get assistance with laundry, tour arrangement and currency exchange services. A business centre with fax, photocopying and secretarial services is also available.
Please note that this hotel does not have an elevator.
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