Crowne Plaza, Singapore Changi

This Trip

British Airways | Airbus A320 | LHR-ARN | Club Europe
Clarion, Stockholm Arlanda
Qatar Airways | Boeing 787 | ARN-DOH | Business
The Airport Hotel, Doha
Qatar Airways | Airbus A350 | DOH-SIN | Business
Crowne Plaza, Singapore Changi
Cathay Pacific | Boeing 777-200 | SIN-HKG | Business
Cathay Pacific | Boeing 747-400 | HKG-HND | First Class
Hilton, Tokyo Odaiba
ANA | Boeing 787 | HND-ITM | Premium Class
Courtyard by Marriott, Osaka
Asiana | Airbus A330 | KIX-ICN | Business
Four Points by Sheraton, Seoul
EVA Air | Airbus A330 | ICN-TPE | Business
Novotel, Taipei Taoyuan Airport
EVA Air | Boeing 777-300ER | TPE-SIN | Business
Conrad Centennial, Singapore
Qatar Airways | Airbus A330 | SIN-DOH | Business
Doubletree by Hilton, Doha Old Town
Qatar Airways | Boeing 787 | DOH-ARN | Business
Radisson Blu, SkyCity, Stockholm Arlanda
SAS | Boeing 737-600 | ARN-GOT | SAS Plus
Sun Air | Dornier 328 Jet | GOT-MAN | Euro Traveller
Hilton, Manchester Airport
British Airways | Airbus A319 | MAN-LHR | UK Domestic

Stayed in: April 2016

Introduction

For an overnight stay at Changi, I tuned to the one hotel that is connected to the terminal, the Crowne Plaza. It was well signposted from the Terminal 3 arrivals hall and just a short walk away.

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I was checked in quickly with my IHG status acknowledged and a free drink coupon was awarded.

Main Room

The room itself was along an outdoor corridor.

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Not quite your standard cookie cutter hotel room, it featured a glass walled bathroom and a small sofa at the end of the bed.

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Bathroom

The bathroom featured both a bath and shower stall as well as the usual furniture.

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Amenities

Amenities included the usual tea / coffee tray, slippers, bath robe plus an array of bathroom amenities.

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In Conclusion

Maybe a little expensive for what it is. It didn’t seem all that soundproof, considering it was facing the airport to the back and the transit system to the front. It was all clean enough but seemed a little frayed around the edges.

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