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Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon is a 4-star hotel located in Little India, Singapore. It is located in a very strategic position. It is only 8-minute drive from the Central Business District and not to mention it is only 6 minutes’ walk from Little India MRT Station. Around the hotel also there are many historical sites, temples, dining and also entertainment options. The hotel is also nearby to the Mustafa Centre which is an 8 storey shopping mall that is open for 24 hours. Not to mention, it is also nearby to the Tekka Centre who is Singapore’s largest indoor wet market. Besides that, the hotel has restaurants that offers delicious meals. There is also a 24 hours Pavilion Pantry for drinks, instant meals and also travel essentials.
How to Get Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon
There are several ways to reach the Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon from Changi Airport. By driving from the airport, visitors will need to take the Airport Boulevard towards the ECP. From there the visitors need to take the Rochor Road and continue on to Klang Lane. It will take around 19 minutes to reach the hotel. The distance between the two places are 19.4 kilometres.
Another way to get to Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon is to take the MRT. The hotel is located only 0.28 kilometres from the Little India MRT Station. From Changi Airport, visitors should take the East-West Line that heads to Joo Koon. The train will stop at Tanah Merah where visitors will need to change trains and take another 8 stops and change trains at Bugis. The Downtown Line is the last line towards the Little India station. It will cost 2.30 SGD. It will take around 50 minutes to reach the Little India station.
Another option is to take a taxi from the Changi airport directly towards the hotel. From the airport, it is around 21.2 kilometres. The rough fare would be around 26 SGD. The taxi will be sending their passengers directly to the hotel.
Different Types of Room in Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon
Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon has several room types that guests can choose from. The first room is the Twin Deluxe Room. This room has a view of the City and Park. All of the 3 rooms have the same size and 2 single beds. However, 1 of the room has a Balcony to see better the City. Then there is the King Deluxe Room. This room option also has 2 views which is the City and the Park. There is also a room with Balcony. This room has 1 king bed option. All of these rooms are able to accommodate 2 people at a time.
Next is the King Room with Sofa Bed. This room has a street view. The bedding configuration is 1 king bed and 1 sofa bed. It can fit up to 3 adults in the room. Another room is the Twin Guest Room. The room can also fit 2 people, and it has 2 single beds. The room is slightly smaller than the Twin Deluxe Room.
The hotel also has King Accessible Room. It has 1 king bed and is able to accommodate 2 people. Finally is the King Guest Room. It has 2 King bed as well and is able to accommodate 2 people at a time.
All the room type has a private bathroom that is equipped with hot water showers. It also has air conditioning, room slippers, alarm clock, wake up service, Wifi and television with satellite channels.
Facilities at Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon
The hotel has many facilities offered to guests at this hotel. The hotel has Wifi in all rooms as well as public spaces. In addition, the hotel has a parking space for their guests who brought their own vehicle. The hotel also has a cafe and restaurant that can serve breakfast, soft drinks and meals ordered by their guests. In addition, the hotel also has swimming pool, laundry service, luggage storage service, and a convenience store. The hotel also offers a tour arrangement service. In addition, the hotel has an express check-out service.
Interesting Places near Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon
Indian Heritage Centre
Indian Heritage Centre is a place where the National Heritage Board would help the Indian community to trace the history of the Indian and South Asian communities in the Southeast Asian Region. The building itself is a mixture of traditional as well as modern architectural elements. The centre offer an all year round exhibitions, programmes and activities to promote greater public awareness and appreciation for Indian heritage, arts and culture. There is also a museum shop that sells the items related to the culture.