HOTEL BOSS, SINGAPORE

Hotel Boss, strategically located, is a new hotel brand to debut in the last quarter of 2015. A 19-storey building, Hotel Boss features 1,500 guest rooms with eleven room types. Every guest room comes with complimentary high speed WiFi access, internet-connected 40” LED TV with cable channels, USB charging socket, electronic safe, mini fridge and other amenities. Guests can enjoy pampering facilities such as the Sky Terrace, a pool with a charming view of the city, modern gym, or children’s playground for travelers with family. Other amenities include conference rooms, internet station, and shopping alley with diverse tenants

including a 24-hour convenience store, lifestyle and fashion shops, restaurants and cafés / bar. 

Located in the city centre, Hotel Boss is nestled between Singapore’s two eclectic cultural enclaves, Kampong Glam (Arab Street) and Little India, making it an ideal getaway for tourists after a day’s adventures or business meetings. Guest will be delighted to know that Bugis and Orchard Road shopping district are just minutes away. 

Hotel Boss merges comfort and modern conveniences to provide an enjoyable experience at a reasonable price. Whatever you plan to do at Hotel Boss, you’ll find comfort beyond cost.

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HOW TO REACH

There are eight airports in Singapore, but Changi Airport is the main airport. It is a world-class airport and has been repeatedly awarded as the best airport in the world. The airport is connected to several cities across the world, such as New York, London, Shanghai, Paris, Sydney, Delhi, etc. Major airlines serving this airport include Air China, Air France, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and many more. 

Singapore is connected to Malaysia, via shuttle train service between JB Sentral in Johor Bahru, Malaysia and Woodlands Train Checkpoint in Singapore. From the Woodlands KTMB station, you can avail buses or taxis to reach your destination.

Singapore can be reached by road from Peninsular Malaysia, through two land crossings, namely Johor–Singapore Causeway and Malaysia–Singapore Second Link. There are many bus services to and from Malaysia, with no central terminal as the buses ply throughout the city. Some of the major bus operators are KKKL, Aeroline, First Coach, NiCE, Transnasional, Transtar and many more. 

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