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Life In The Pod

Category: Hotels, Posted:05 Dec 2013 | 06:00 am

Tired of high priced hotel rooms in Singapore?
Bring on the boutique capsule hotels named The Pod.
With 83 bunk bed units for one and two persons the value doesn't stop at the price.
Complimentary breakfast, Nespresso coffee, free Wi-Fi and laundry machines add to the offering.
While it sounds Spartan the bedding is a comfy duvet and 300-thread sheets are standard.
There are also female only accommodation and business suites for working.
Room rates are dynamic but a quick check showed an average of USD80.

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