Michael's Cookie

8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269

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  • Michael Goodman

    1
    - 29 March 2018 -

    Terrible hotel, avoid at all costs. Dirty, dirty, dirty. Management is terrible and doesn't even care.

  • Joe Koh

    4
    - 13 March 2018 -

    Pleasant ambience at 10th floor which was recently renovated. Also surprised with interior to give luxurious feeling of above deluxe room. Good overnight stay.

  • Kah Siong Chua

    2
    - 03 February 2018 -

    Location wise is good although we stay just beside the track no tram sound was heard. However the service is bad, request for utensil we have to wait for 45min and call the front counter twice before someone brings up the utensil. Secondly, the second call that i place took at least 5 min before someone pick it up. For the amount paid you would expect a better service.

  • Leo Jin

    4
    - 25 January 2018 -

    The basic rooms don't look as stunning as I thought as I had perception the interior was meant to look artistic. It is close to Universal theme park and shops. Service is not too bad. They provided a bottle of fine wine when we mentioned the trip is for our wedding anniversary.

  • Angelo Rohit

    4
    - 13 December 2017 -

    Concierge service was a bit slow. Although, I did not stay at the hotel, I did get to see what the rooms looked like. They were reasonably sized with twin beds. The ballroom was very nice!

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