We did not pack our bags and bring along the passport. Yes, staycation it is for us this time around. Well, we would have wanted to stay at the Marina Bay Sands, but with all the short trips planned for the whole year, we just can’t squeeze it in the budget this time. Our first wedding anniversary perhaps hubs…? ;) can or not? Lol!!!
With its location near Clark Quay, the happening area in Singapore, we opted for Furama RiverFront Hotel. Actually there were a number of hotels around the area, but my first consideration was, it has to have a swimming pool. (We love to swim, good exercise).
We had an overnight stay and got upgraded to executive floor. Yay! The reception area was Chinese inspired. I am not sure whether it was because of the CNY festivities or it was really there standard décor. Sorry no photos :( Note to self, should take more detailed photos next time. (hindi kasi sanay my blog, but I'm learning from all the blog hopping I have been doing)
|the "mukhang sosyal" but smells too masculine for me toiletries|
|Glutton's Bay Makansutra|
|cocktails courtesy of Octapas|
And since it was one of the most important factors for consideration, we hit the pool after breakfast. And yet again no pix of the pool sadness... The pool wasn't really that fantastic, but it was good for a nice swim.
By 11:45 AM we checked out already, but before that... the SOP of the day picture picture.
|Enjoying the free coffee|
|Hubs claimed the rights to the "office desk"|
|another bed pose ;)|
|colorful bridge along clark quay|
|we just have to take a picture, it exudes a feel of a quaint european town ;)|
After almost 7 years in SG, its my first time to stay in a Singapore hotel. Hmm I kinda have a liking for it. I have list of hotels/boutique hotels I want to visit. Hopefully if budget and time permits, I can share with you our staycation experiences. And this time, I will try my best to take the right pictures. Excuse nyo nalang po si “Narcissa”, angles nya lang gustong e capture.