Prices are in Australian Dollars.
Studio M Hotel occupies a prime location in the city, within easy reach of Chinatown, the Central Business District and the world famous Orchard Road.
Pros: Good designCons: Dirty rooms and windows. Mold smell. Electrical problems with sockets. Dirty carpets. Poor customer service. Dirty pool towels. Slow roomservice with food (2.5h for a pizza!)
Great locationPros: Rooms with the bed on the upper floor gives you more room in the working area.
Great pool, good breakfastCons: Exercise bike was broken the 6 days that i was there. Linen was not clean when I checked in at 2 am.
Pros: The location. Lots of eateries and drinking place.Cons: Bathroom a little to small
Pros: Location was excellent, very close to Clarke Quay. Very close to the riverfront with plenty of restaurants.Cons: Really cramped room size; room advertised for three was barely big enough. Door to bathroom was difficult to open.
Pros: Very stylish design
Very near to Roberson Quay
Easy to get taxi
QuietCons: Not close to MRT station
Room is very small
Breakfast is average
Dusty rooms, unresponsive front desk, jacuzzi doesPros: Location, a bit far from MRT but free shuttles provided.Cons: Hotel service never responded to requests, TV didn't work, shower flooded
My 2 nights experience @ Studio M Hotel.Pros: The best part was how really comfortable the bed was. I wasn't anticipating to get out of bed, at all. You can imagine. The cleanliness was on a tip-top condition. Furthermore, after a nights' stay, I was out the whole day and came back to see that my bed's been made, my towels have been replaced, including all my toiletries too! It was amazing. The staffs were wonderful too. They were very polite and were very prompt to help us whenever assistance was needed. It was all very pleasant. I would come back to stay at Studio M Hotel again, no doubt.Cons: I think it is more to where it is located at. It would have been really convenient if it wasn't much of a walking distance to the hotel from the nearest MRT Station. But this wasn't that much of an issue, until it rained and I realised how 3/4 of the time, there were barely any sheltered area from the hotel to the MRT Station vice versa.