Studio M Hotel Singapore is a 4-star hotel offering urban-inspired loft accommodations. Located in the entertainment district of Robertson Quay, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi and a complimentary shuttle to select business and shopping destinations.
Each loft has two levels of living space and includes a private study area with work desk, hair dryer, cable TV, and bathroom with vanity area. Two complimentary bottles of water are replenished daily.
Studio M Hotel Singapore has an outdoor deck with reflection pools, a 25-meter lap pool, and a jet pool. It also features an open-air gym and private cabanas.
The hotel offers a full buffet breakfast at the restaurant Ta.ke, as well as snacks and on-the-go meals at Memo.
The Chinatown Heritage Center is just 0.8 miles away from the hotel. The National Museum of Singapore, Boat Quay, and Raffles Palace are all about one mile away.
This luxury hotel is all about being chic and modern. Guests love urban loft layout and design. Elegant décor and furniture will leave you impressed. The open-air gym and pool deck offers plenty of room to relax from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you're looking for an upscale metropolitan vibe, you'll find it at this hotel.
Clean and tidy
Lofts are kept clean and tidy, so no matter where you look, you'll be surrounded in a spotless environment. Housekeeping services are excellent, according to past guests who booked a stay here.
The outdoor deck with reflection pools, lap pool and jet pool is an excellent amenity. Guests love the open-air gym concept and breezy feel of the space as a whole. Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, you'll love relaxing at the pool deck.
Service gets mixed reviews
Check-in times can be painfully slow, depending on how crowded the hotel is with other guests. Additionally, staff can be friendly to indifferent, and some guests felt they weren't as warmly welcomed as they would have hoped.
Not a lot of space
Some guests were disappointed with the amount of space each loft provided. While there are two levels within each loft, guests say photos of the lofts made them appear larger than they are in reality. While thoughtfully designed to make the most out of limited space, the lofts—particularly the bathrooms—can feel a little snug.
A few updates are needed
Stained carpeting, signs of mold in the bathroom and other issues have been noted at this hotel. For the most part, the hotel is in good condition, but some renovations are needed to address signs of wear and tear over time.