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Hotel 1887, The New Opera House

Hotel 1887, The New Opera House

Built in 1887, Hotel 1887, The New Opera House is located along Smith Street in a restored opera house in the culturally-rich district of Chinatown. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.

Check out the rooms

Superior double room with window to standard double room (no windows).

Chinatown MRT Station is 350 m away, while Telok Ayer MRT Station is a 650 m walk. Singapore River Cruise is 1 km from Hotel 1887 and Clarke Quay is 2 km from the property. Changi Airport Singapore is 24.3 km away.

How to get from Changi Airport Singapore to Hotel 1887, The New Opera House

Singapore Airport is a 21.1 km drive from the Hotel 1887, The New Opera House and there is NO free shuttle bus, so you’ll need to book an airport transfer. It’s a good idea to book your airport transfer before you arrive in Singapore. This makes it so much easier when you need to get to your hotel as quickly as possible. This taxi service is fast and reliable with free cancellation. Your driver will wait for you at the airport. If you prefer you can hire a car, see further down the page for details.

How to hire a car from Changi Airport Singapore

There is FREE parking at the Hotel 1887, The New Opera House. Why not hire a car while you’re in Singapore, this is a great option and gives you the freedom to go everywhere in your own time. Roads are easy to follow and great to drive on. Hire cars are modern. Tourists can drive using a valid foreign license and an International Driving Permit (IDP), issued in your home country. If you come from one of the Asian Nations you can drive in Singapore without an international permit.

How to find a map of Hotel 1887, The New Opera House

Located just 3 minutes from Universal Studios Singapore, the casino at Resorts World Sentosa, and a 3-minute walk to Palawan Beach, see the map below for directions from the Hotel 1887, The New Opera House to Universal Studio. A 10-minute drive from Singapore’s central business and shopping districts.

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