Interview with GM of Crowne Plaza Changi Airport Hotel in Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 6 July 2012

[HD videos below] In this HD video interview, which took place on Thursday, 5 July 2012, ASIA Travel sits down with Mr. Steven Chan, General Manager of the 320-room Crowne Plaza Changi Airport hotel in Singapore.

In the interview you will learn why Singapore - as one of the most well organised cities in the world, with what is widely regarded as the best airport in the world and an extremely efficient public transport network - even has an airport hotel.

We ask which markets the hotel attracts, how business has been since the hotel opened in 2008, how long do guests stay at the hotel on average, why Singaporeans stay there and when, and how it remains competitive.

We also discuss the hotel's green credentials, how flexible the hotel is, does it still charge for internet, are 24-hour stays available, does the hotel sell rooms by the hour - or in hourly packages, what type of rooms the hotel has, what are the benefits of the Club Lounge and how long can one stay there, plus much, much more.

Interview with GM of Crowne Plaza Changi Airport Hotel in Singapore, Mr. Steven Chan

- Our apologies for the sound level of the interviewer. Thankfully, the microphone of the most important person in the interview, the interviewee, Mr. Chan, was working perfectly -

HD Video Tour of a Deluxe Room at the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport Hotel in Singapore

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