Pajasa has a wide range of best quality service apartments in Clarke Quay. As one of the leaders in the hospitality segment dealing exclusively with service apartments, Pajasa also provides service apartments in other areas of Singapore like Queenstown, Clementi, Hougang, Outram, Bukit Timah, Beach Road, Holland Village, Little India, Pasir Ris, Chinatown, West Coast, Novena, Changi, Bugis etc. to name a few. The corporate world across the globe have shifted are favouring service apartments over hotels for their corporate travel. This has been proven in the latest annual publication of the GSAIR (Global Service Apartment Industry Report). The reasons are obvious; service apartments cost far less than seven some budget hotels and the savings on sundries like food and laundry are over 60%. In fact, the demand for service apartments is such that over 20% of all extended hotel bookings are because of the lack of service apartments. You can find a number of budget and luxury service apartments in Clarke Quay Singapore.
Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, the second governor, Clarke Quay is a riverside quay located within the Singapore Rive Planning Area. It is located between Boat Quay and the mouth of the Singapore River. It used to be a major commercial area when barge lighters would transport goods to warehouses at Clarke Quay. Between 1977 and 1987, the government cleaned up the Singapore River and decided to convert the area into a prominent residential, commercial and entertainment area. It was also decided that the new buildings will not vanquish the importance of heritage buildings and the Clarke Quay Festival was officially opened on 10th December 1993. It also happened to be the biggest conservation project for the Singapore River. Clarke Quay of today shares no resemblance of what it used to be like in 1993. As per your needs, there are a range of budget and luxury service apartments in Clarke quay Singapore.
Today, the restored warehouses are home to a number of nightclubs, cafes, pubs and multi cuisine restaurants. There are a number of floating pubs which have been converted form Chinese tongkangs. One of the anchor tenants of this place is the Cannery. The Arena is another Anchor Tenant, which is home to Singapore’s first permanent illusion show. There are a number of prominent and well known restaurants and night clubs which include Indochine and Hooters. River taxies and river cruises can also be accessed from Clarke Quay. To host the travellers and tourists, there are a number of hotels and service apartments on Clarke quay and you are certain to find one that suits you perfectly.