Situated at the East end yet within a 5 minute walk to the centre of Chinatown, the Furama hotel is also a short stroll away from the water holes of Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. The financial district is also within walking distance. Chinatown and Clarke Quay MRT stations are within easy walking distance. The rooms has a modern touch with light earth tones in bright sunny rooms. Furnishing in light woods are well kept. High floors offer good views of the city, Chinatown and the sea. The beds are in white with white duvet. Bathroom are tiled with black counter top. Some rooms come with separate standing shower. Complimentary coffee and tea making facilities are provided in all rooms and all rooms are broadband ready. Tiffany Coffee House offers Continental buffet, ala carte and local cuisine. It is also the perfect place for light snacks.
Furama Palace has an Oriental decor, serving wide array of Cantonese delights. Typical of a building the 80s, the 24 storey building is tiled in tan color with a distinctive series of invert U shape roof line like the open palm of the hand with the fingers in profile. This is in keeping with the Chinese belief of geomancy (Feng Shui), whereby the open hand is a symbol to ward away evil. The interior of the hotel unlike the exterior is well unkempt well appointed finishing. The reception area is finished in marble with light wood. Carpets are in blue with a generous seating/waiting area. The Heritage Bar in the rear offers a little pit stop before coming or going. Located in the lively Chinatown area and close to the historical Singapore River. sg 03/09