Review – Ambassador Transit Hotel Changi Airport

I’m currently finalising my reviews of the flights to and from Singapore however; the photos are playing up so this will be the first of 4 posts regarding my trip to Singapore.

I flew to Singapore on British Airways 16 which fully exceeded my expectations! Anyway, the flight arrived at around 9:00 local time and my flight back to Melbourne departed at 7:45 so I had about 10 or so hours transit.

I had heard about transit hotels in Changi airport and decided to look into it. Amazingly they didn’t have a check-in age which worked in my favour. As soon as I arrived into Singapore, I quickly went from T1 to T3 to hopefully be able to secure a room for the night.

I arrived and found they had a double room available, so I took it. The Ambassador hotel charges $90 SGD per 6 hours. I only chose 6 hours as I could go to the lounge to work.

Ambassador Hotel Entry

Ambassador Hotel Entry

The Hotel is located directly next to the cinema and Ambassador lounge.

Reception

Reception

The reception area looks fresh and open. The staff were very friendly and checked me in quickly and professionally. The hotel accepts credit cards, debit cards and cash.

Seating Area

Seating Area

Seating Area

Seating Area

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Hallway

Hallway

The beds were actually not bad, I was pleasantly surprised and got about 5 hours of sleep.

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What surprised me was that the room had a TV and even coffee and tea facilities.

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The room also had an ensuite bathroom and shower. The water pressure was quite good as well!

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Shower Amenities

Shower Amenities

Shower

Shower

Summary

I was extremely happy when I was allowed to check-in. I would definitely recommend the hotel if you have a significant layover or transit. The only complaint was the lack of wi-fi, but I used the lounge for that anyway.

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