Review: Park Avenue Changi Hotel, Singapore


Park Avenue Changi is a business hotel located near Changi Business Park. With just 1 MRT station away from Changi Airport, this hotel is also ideal for short transit or if you need a place to stay for catching an early flight out of Singapore.


Managed by UE Park Avenue International, this hotel has 251 rooms with 4 room categories; Superior, Deluxe, Executive Deluxe and Suite.


The standard rooms are located on the lower floor. With the room size of 23 sqm, opening 2 big luggage at one time can be a hassle. I got the room with twin beds in hollywood style instead of king bed which was originally booked.

The room is furnished with a small writing desk, a sofa and IPTV.


Complimentary Handy Phone is definitely useful for tourist.


There is a iPod docking sound system which still uses the apple 30-pin which is a nice add-on but not relevant these days.


Electronic safe, hair dyer and bedroom slippers.


Complimentary water, tea and coffee. Unfortunately, this hotel does not have a room service or restaurant within the building. If you need to grab a bite, the location of the hotel is close proximity to Changi City Point.


A modern small bathroom.


Bathtub with rainfall shower.


Usual toiletries provided.


The rooftop has a narrow lap pool with a few sun loungers and a fitness room. At one glance, it does looks like a water feature.


You can actually get wonderful views over the water, from the rooftop. Overall, I had a pleasant stay but I wouldn’t recommend if you are plan to stay for more than 2 days.

Park Avenue Changi
Address: 2 Changi Business Park Avenue 1, Singapore 486015
Tel: +65 6809 7300
Check In: 2:00 PM | Check Out: 12:00 PM

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3.5 Stars
Rating Star by Lonely Travelog

By Taxi: 10 mins ride from Changi Airport

By MRT: Alight at Expo Station, Exit B. Walk to Park Avenue Changi.

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Other accommodations: Royal Plaza on Scotts | Orchard Parade Hotel | Village Hotel Bugis | Marina Bay Sands | Capri by Fraser Changi City | Park Hotel Alexandra | Hotel Jen Orchardgateway | Village Hotel Katong | Pan Pacific Singapore

One thought

  1. The room is small and looks a bit dim. The pool is also small and it reminds me of the pool at Everly Hotel Putrajaya. To have a bathtub in a small hotel room is definitely a plus but I am puzzled to why the hotel still uses the old 30 pin port when a lot of iPhones now use the lightning port.

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