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Singapore V Lavender

A 5-minute walk from Lavender MRT Station, V Hotel features modern rooms. Its facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre. A rooftop terrace offers views of the city 

V Hotel Lavender is a 5-minute drive from Sim Lim Square and Bugis Village Shopping Street. Changi International Airport is 25 minutes by car from the hotel.

Cosy guestrooms feature modern interiors and furnishings. Each is equipped with a flat-screen cable TV and laptop safe box. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided.

The hotel has a tour desk to assist with sightseeing arrangements. A business centre offers computer access for guests’ convenience. Dry cleaning service can be arranged, while coin-operated laundry machines are available on site.

An American breakfast can be enjoyed at the coffee house, located at the hotel’s sky terrace. For alternative dining options, room service is available. 

Lavender is a great choice for travellers interested in universal studios, convenient public transport and city trips.

Property highlights

A great place to stay in Singapore, this hotel boasts its 888 modernly furnished rooms located right in the city center, creating comfort and convenience for its guests. Within easy walking distance, you will find the Golden Mile Complex, Jalan Besar Stadium, and the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The inviting, outdoor swimming pool in the sky terrace is a great place to spend some relaxing time after a long day of networking, as for a more serious workout, guests can visit the fitness room and then end the day with awe-inspiring dishes at the on-site restaurant. V Hotel Lavender has been certified the Green Mark and promotes sustainability in a centrally located area, just above Lavender MRT station. 

Free Wi-Fi 

Non-smoking rooms

Outdoor pool

Fitness centre

Parking

Room service

70 Jellicoe Rd, Singapore 208767.

Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore's circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha's teeth.

 

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