"The Village Hotel Albert Court is conveniently located within Singapore's Little India quarter."
This lavish hotel is a complex of charming cabins housing comfortable and elegantly decorated suites equipped with spacious living rooms, fashionable furnishings and internet access.
Located just a stone's throw away from the Straits Chinese enclave of Bugis, the smoke-free 210-room Village Hotel Albert Court is a melting pot of Indian and Peranakan influences with Straits Chinese carvings and motifs that adorn the walls of its conservation pre-war shop houses. The hotel’s charming courtyard brings you away from the bustling city and provides moments of serenity.
All rooms at the Village Hotel Albert Court feature a modern interior with traces of Chinese decor. Each air-conditioned room includes a minibar, an in-room safe and cable TV.
Facilities include a lobby, a 24-hour reception and a currency exchange facility. Further facilities include a café, several dining options as well as meeting facilities. Car parking, room and laundry services are also available. Leisure options include a gym, a spa pool and a steam bath.
- Room service
- Free Wi-Fi
- Dry cleaning/laundry
- Steam bath
- Snack bar/deli
- Meeting rooms
- Spa tub
Singapore's climate is warm and humid all year round, and so there is no 'best' time to visit the city. Temperatures are generally always high, averaging around 24°C in the mornings and evenings and around 31°C in the daytime. The temperature dips, but only slightly, between November and January when the monsoon season arrives.
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- Monday - Friday 9am - 5.30pm
- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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