Naumi Liora Hotel3.5 out of 5.0
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The staff were very friendly and helpful even though we arrived very late 4AM (because of delays in the airport). The room is tight but comfortable - we knew ahead of time it would be small with no window. The location is great; short walk to the subway, and China town.
We only stayed a night for a long layover, but I would return here. The hotel was in a perfect location just a short walk from the station and in the heart of China Town. The staff were really welcoming and helped us make the most of our limited time by suggesting good routes and places of interest. Everyone was friendly who worked there. The room was small, but super cute and perfect for what we needed. The lack of windows didn't bother me at all. The ice creams and chips were an added plus!
Worst hotel I have stayed at. The rooms have no windows and the hotel refuses to open the couple windows because they want to reduce air conditioning costs!!! As a result, there are no fresh air in the rooms and the hotel! Do not stay there! I felt sick after one night!
They misguided and gave me a room with no windows and no ventilation. On top of that, they refused to open any windows to save on air conditioning costs. As a result, you have no fresh air all year round in this hotel. I felt suffocated and could not sleep during my 3 day stay. DO NOT STAY HERE EVER!!!!
I really loved this hotel the moment I walked into the lobby. All little details (decor, background music, ambiance) worked together to create a great look and feel . But most of all I loved staff attitude. The Qaint room is pretty small but it wasn't much of a problem for our three-night stay. The only issue I had is that the advertised coffee-machine in the lobby turned out to be a Nescafe kind, which uses some kind of an instant mix rather than whole beans.
8 nights of quiet room without window. Great for sleeping. Lots of restaurants around the hotel, both western and Chinese cuisines, Rm 312 had a water leak from the roof on the last night of our stay, due to heavy rain in the middle of the night and early morning. had to put the plastic covered trash bin to catch the drips. Non bz side street, one block away from the main street, lots of taxis. Location location location. The only minus was they ran out of coffee packs on the 3rd day. We asked for it, but was told the owner is not providing it. Wonder why ?????
First stay at the Naumi Liora, chose the "quaint room" mostly for the cost. It was small, but very functional. Overall, htel is in a great location with easy access to several SMRT lines, nice staff, short walk to tons of different restaurants, ... All in all, very enjoyable. Looked at the other higher end rooms, definitely will pick one of those next time! Headed back in 60 days!
This hotel is a great value/hidden gem. Many of the locals have never heard of this hotel, but don't let that fool you. Stayed about 1 week, averaging about 112 SGD per day in early July. It is a decent/comfortable hotel at a price much more affordable than its peers. There was nothing in this price class. Anything cheaper were real dumps, and everything else was usually at least 50 day more. The Saff is located in Chinatown which is not the usual location tour buses and shuttles are accustomed to going, so you are often the last point for drop off, but Chinatown is actually very centrally located in the Mass Transit subway system (MRT). The closest subway station (Outram) is one of junctions so it is very convenient to move around Singapore. After my first day, I learned the subway system and it was my sole method of transportation including how I left for the airport. (Though you should be prepared for 5-10 minute walks to the subway station in hot and humid weather.) The rooms are kind of small, but I was usually exploring the city so I just needed a place to sleep/shower. I had a single room with no windows which was fine. The rooms were very pretty/decorative and the lack of windows actually helped reduce my jet lag. The rooms were very well air conditioned as well. The room had a safe and a coffee/tea/water pot. There were bags of tea and coffee you could make. There were 4 electrical outlets in the bedroom, two of which were the universal kind so you could plug in any type of prong so you didn't have to buy an adaptor (assuming your device could handle the voltage). Some people were warning that the rooms were noisy due to loud establishments next door and the street. I was in room 109 which is in the back corner in the inner part of the hotel on the first floor. This was a perfect location as it was away from the street and the live music bar is on the opposite side of the hotel near the front desk. The only noise problem I had was housekeeping which seemed to start at about 8am and the vacuum cleaners might wake me if I wanted to sleep in. The hotel was not without problems though, but the staff tried their best to fix things. My fridge wasn't working so it finally got replaced on my 3rd day. The hot water didn't last very long for me at first. I talked to another guest who complained it didn't work at all. After we alerted the staff, the hot water problem seemed to improve for me, though I don't know if it was coincidence or not. Also, one wake up call I requested was about 10-15 minutes late. The hotel does not provide breakfast or have amenities like a kitchen, gym, or laundry room. Outgoing local calls are somewhere between 5-20 cents per minute. But the hotel provides free Wi-Fi which was a real plus for me. There is also a computer available. They also provided two water bottles per day. Overall, I was very happy with the hotel and would stay there again for the price.
Great little boutique hotel off the beaten path! Clean, convenient and great stay for the price. Decor and ambience is fresh and cozy, yet gives you an uncanny feeling of a bit of luxury.
- Walking distance to Chinatown Heritage Center
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Concierge services
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Chinatown within a short walk of Chinatown Heritage Center, Naumi Liora Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Thian Hock Keng Temple. This 79-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, coffee/tea in a common area, and concierge services. It's in central Singapore and also close to Universal Studios Singapore® and National Orchid Garden.
All of Naumi Liora Hotel's 79 rooms are individually furnished and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free local calls, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LED TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Rooms also include safes.
At Naumi Liora Hotel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and free newspapers. Transportation is made easy with limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage.
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73% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 847 reviews