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Crowne Plaza Hotel Changi Singapore, taking the blah out of airport hotels

May 23, 2010

By Dian Hasan | Mary 21, 2010

At a time when air travel is increasingly synonymous with inconvenience, additional charges for luggage, extra time required to clear airport security, reduced inflight service, and a list of other things that make travel less “magical” as before, it’s nice to know that there are still bright spots in the travel industry.

The world of travel is not immune to the above new realities, as we all are equally faced with them. Security is, after all, a universal human right, and we all need to feel secure during our travels. And concurrently dealing with jet lag and time difference as we traverse the globe.

So it’s a breath of fresh air to find airport hotels can help transport us to another level, at the end of our journey, as we disembark the plane and go through crowded airport terminals. When that destination is Singapore, these mundane inconvenience so typical in the US air travel, are reduced to a minimum.

Singapore’s super efficient Changi Airport, with its latest jewel – T3 (Terminal 3) – is a major regional hub that doesn’t feel like one, because of its gargantuan size. And its best-kept secret lies just steps from the baggage claim area. The Crowne Plaza Hotel Changi Hotel, is like no other airport hotels.

A sizable hotel (320 rooms) that feels more like a small boutique hotel. Complete with the latest design trends in hotel interior and connectivity, Crowne Plaza Hotel Changi is more akin to a resort hotel that just happens to be inside an airport.

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