Thursday, March 26, 2015

Hello Kitty Theme Hotel In Singapore

This is actually like a gem in singapore because you wouldn't expect to be finding Hello kitty theme hotel in sg, while there are tons around the world. I was soooo excited when i happened to chance upon this Hello kitty theme hotel located in Singapore when i was looking for staycation for Shannon's sixth birthday surprise. 

I booked a month plus in advance and it was shockingly ALMOST FULLY BOOKED. It was unexpected as i couldnt find much reviews on it, and i assume it wasn't known yet. I managed to secure 26th/27th, thursday to friday which is six days in advance to Shannon's birthday. I paid a total of approx $145 inclusive of tax and gst through

And finally, THE DAYYYYY!!

Sent the princess to school as usual, didn't tell her anything about the staycation as it was meant to be a surprise :-) Only told her that she'd be going somewhere after school thus she only went school with a plastic bag instead of her usual bag pack.

Headed down to get her cake and blew balloons before she arrives.... We had dinner at Sinpopo brand (You can read it over another post, just click here). After dinner, we brought her up to the hotel and bluff her that we're there to find my friend....

Video when she entered the room. hahah She went screaming for sometime lol #tooexcited

The Hello kitty theme room had a small ribbon pasted on so we spotted it immediately hehe.

Once we entered. The hello kitty hangers, safebox, slippers.... Awwww....

The walk way, dressing table. Everything decorated so kitty-ish.

And.......... The bed!!!! Hahah i was happy that it was exact to what i saw online. Cleanliness level 9.5/10.

And lastly the toilet... Even the toilet paper is printed with hello kitty :-D 

So, where was this? :-)

Champion Hotel
60 Joo Chiat Road #01-06
Singapore 427726
Tel: (65) 6342 0988

Nearest MRT: Paya lebar

$50sgd deposit required upon check-in and cash only :-)
We really enjoyed our stay there! xoxo

We went to Chin Mee Chin Confectionery for breakfast, the well known traditional kaya toast with boil eggs. You can read it over here :-)