Looking for a hotel near Singapore Changi Airport? I have a great option for value seekers!
On a recent trip to Malaysia, I had a short overnight stop in Singapore before flying on to Sabah. I was looking for a hotel and was honestly shocked at the price of the one hotel adjacent to the airport.
So I started looking a little further away. That’s when I found the Park Avenue Changi Hotel just a short distance from the airport with good reviews at a very good price for Singapore.
I booked it and tried it out! I’m glad I did although it did have a very big negative.
Below is my full Park Avenue Changi review with everything you need to know from the facilities available to the location to what my room was like. This will help you decide if this is the right hotel for you.
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Park Avenue Changi Review
I split up this Park Avenue Changi Hotel review by location, facilities, rooms and dining.
Park Avenue Changi Hotel Singapore Location
Park Avenue Changi address: 2 Changi Business Park Ave 1, Singapore 486015
The Park Avenue Hotel Singapore Changi is located about a ten minute drive from the airport. It is also right next to the MRT station, Expo, which is just one stop from the airport.
I used a Grab to get here which was very easy, but it did cost about S$16!
The Park Avenue Hotel Changi is in a business park. In fact, my taxi driver was reluctant on arrival that there was a hotel here saying it was just offices. But I thought the hotel was easy to see and right where it should be.
I was happy to find there are shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity as well as ATMs and a supermarket, so it is a convenient place to stay as well.
Park Avenue Changi Hotel Check-In
Check-in was smooth and easy. It’s not a very impressive hotel reception, but it did the job.
The only weird thing was that they tried to get me to pay extra for a king bed room then gave me one anyway when I declined.
There are a few different room types here.
You can choose between superior and deluxe options. Both have everything you could need in a hotel room with filtered water, small fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, flatscreen TV, shower over bath, desk, lounge chair and more.
There are suite options in one bedroom and two bedroom configuration where you also have a living area, kitchenette and washing machine. These are a great option for a longer stay. Two bedroom options are for up to four people.
All rooms have a comfortable and modern appearance.
Superior Twin Room
On entry to my room, I found plenty of cupboard space on the right and a bathroom on the left.
The bathroom has a shower over bath, basin area and a toilet as well as some toiletries and filtered water tap.
Next to the cupboards was a small fridge and tea and coffee making area. There was also an ironing board and iron in the cupboards and a safe.
Along this wall was a desk and the TV.
The king size bed was comfortable with nice linen. My only complaint about the bed was that the pillows were all big, and I like a thin pillow. There is also a comfortable lounge chair in the room.
There are nice floor-to-ceiling windows where I had a bit of a view of the area. The blinds were black out and great.
I never heard a sound in this room, and it was very peaceful.
I do have one HUGE complaint though. There was a window between the bathroom and the bedroom. A very big window. It had a blind but it didn’t completely cover it.
The problem is that there was no way to turn off the main lights in the bathroom. Maybe this was just a problem with my room. I didn’t ask for help as there was clearly no switch and it was late, I had a flight early and I was already in bed when I realised.
It was really an issue for my sleep though.
The best facility here is definitely the rooftop pool. It’s a lap pool which is on the small side, but the area is nice. It’s close enough to the airport to feel like planes are landing right next to you which I found cool! It also has great opening hours to 10pm at night. I love a swim after a long haul flight. It really hit the spot.
There’s also a great gym up here.
Otherwise, there is a shuttle round the business park in the morning, a laundry service and great internet.
There is no dining on-site, but there is a vending machine for drinks. However, there are restaurants and a supermarket right out the front door.
I hope you found this Park Avenue Changi Hotel review useful, and you have made up your own mind whether this is the right hotel for you.
I found it a comfortable and nice option close to Singapore Airport. For the price I paid, it was a real bargain in Singapore as it is one of my cheapest stays while still being a very nice hotel.
The only real problem is the bathroom light! Hopefully, this was just my room.
Looking for other accommodation options near Changi Airport? Find our review to Capri By Fraser Changi City here. You can also find our full guide to Changi Airport here and our guide to things to do in Singapore here.
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