Strong Eagle wrote:This tends to turn a residential building into a hotel. I can see why they would do that.
I don't have any experience in SG but my Bangkok condo
used to be overrun with short-term renters. They are menace to long-term residents (too many people in small rooms, noises all hours/days, trash thrown in hall ways, open doors with kids playing/running around hall ways, overrunning elevators/swimming pool, etc).
The condo (and Bangkok) finally cracked down on this and now it's much better. We now have signs all over stating renting less than one month is not allowed; and security actually checking "strangers" showing up with luggage, etc. Overall, the place is much cleaner and quieter.