After the first, there’ll always be a second and a third… and… more staycations! One new item added to my bucket list is to stay in as many hotels in Singapore as I can and share my staycation experience! Wahahahaha! continue to dream
To get away from stress from work, we took a short break at the eastern part of Singapore at Changi Village Hotel.
Entering the hotel – The Lobby
Feels good to be away from the buzz and crowd in town. And with the hotel near the beach, it gives us a resort style feel to it, with sighting of planes landing towards Changi Airport, from the pool deck.
The rooftop, level 8
Chill out and relax by the pool watching planes landing is quite a nice way to waste time and rest.
Take a dip in the pool at the rooftop or relax tiring muscles in the jacuzzi.
We stayed on the Executive Club floor as the other rooms were fully booked. (Lesson learnt, don’t do last minute booking!) Good thing about paying premium for a room on the Executive Club floor is the unlimited access to the Club Lounge where you get free flow drinks, juices, coffee and tea; with place to chill beside the room.
The Room at 661, Executive Club Floor
Spacious room with King bed…
Well maintained toilet with rain shower which we love!
The rather sad looking mini fridge which is complimentary in Executive Club rooms.
The Executive Club Lounge
Executive Club Lounge at Changi Village Hotel Singapore
iMac stations for guests at the Executive Club Lounge
Outdoor (Smoking) area at the Executive Club Lounge
Drink all you want at the Executive Club Lounge or bring it back to your room to enjoy.
Complimentary Cocktail Daily from 6pm to 8pm for Executive Club Guests
And this comes with free-flow alcohol – beer, liquor, wine, mixer and other drinks. There are finger food, desserts and cheese station too. Sadly we didn’t touch any of the alcohol. I think my dad and bro will enjoy this.
Buffet Breakfast at Saltwater Cafe
That day, we were the second couple to arrive at the cafe, food were all fresh out from the kitchen and everything look so appetizing! From 4.45am to 5.20am, we had the most fulfilling breakfast ever. Love the variety and quality of food.
The stay at Changi Village Hotel was recharging and we love it. The only not good was the soft pillows provided. Hope they’ll provide other choices of pillows for their guests in the future.
Wish for more staycations! Perhaps once at Capella Sentosa. wish harder[box type=”1″]This post first published on The Claudia Post in August 2011. Stay was paid for from our own pocket.[/box]