Have you ever been stuck in an airport surroundings and dreamed of a way out? Airports can be stressful and exhausting, but Changi Airport in Singapore has a new solution for those wanting to grab some rest and relax. Airport services Plaza Premium has announced a new internal airport hotel called Aerotel Singapore.
The hotel is designed by passengers, for passengers. It’s essentially the business travellers dream to escaping an airport in just minutes! Yet, still be next to your departing gate! Sounds too good to be true? It’s not. The group also plans to open similar hotels in London and Abu Dhabi later this year. At AusTraveller, we’re excited about this new space of airport hotels. Here’s everything we know so far:
Aerotel is located on Level 3 or Terminal 1 near boarding gate D41. It features 70 rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, lounges, a gym, and even a jacuzzi bar. The aim of the hotel is to provide a hideaway space that’s located deep inside the airport.
The hotel is designed with antique brick walls, fine timber and fabric in grey and aqua. It features warm lighting, a fragranced environment and soft acoustics to help guest feel relaxed and at home.
“Aerotel Singapore is our first airport transit hotel which meets the demand of transit passengers by promising a comfy airport accommodation, swimming and gym facilities, and convenient booking hours, bringing them a brand new home-away-from-home experience in Changi.”
– said Mr. Song Hoi-see, Founder and CEO of Plaza Premium Group.
Aerotel Singapore offers three types of room size options. Bathrooms offer powerful hot showers and a selection of natural skincare products, essential to refresh after a long flight. Some of the rooms boast a view facing the airport runway where A380’s dock – perfect for AV geeks!
Each room also includes complimentary wifi, a popular move to attract frequent and business travellers.
Open 24/7, Aerotel Singapore offers flexible booking hours: from SGD 55 to SGD 135
(AUD $54 – $134 ) for a minimum of 6 hours.
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