Great Vacation Spot Singapore – Good Value Hotels

Singapore is the world’s most expensive city.

However, here are some affordable hotels in Singapore.

Singapore is also one of the world’s busiest travel spots, hotels range from luxury hotel chain to boutique-style hotels offering rooms at around £100 a night. Many hotels quote rates without the compulsory “plus plus”, which adds on 10% government tax and 7% service charge.


Naumi Liora Hotel

The 1920s Naumi Liora seems to take up half of the street – not surprising as it was originally 10 Chinatown shophouses.

Naumi Liora, Singapore

Wanderlust Hotel

This historic building at the edge of colourful Little India started life in the 1920s as a school, became the headquarters of a Chinese Clan Association, and then was abandoned for many years before Loh Lik Ping, a leading name in Singapore’s hotel and restaurant industry, transformed it into the hip Wanderlust Hotel.

Wanderlust hotel pool, Singapore

The Pod

The Pod, opened in August 2013, was created specifically for the new generation of flashpacker travellers. Taking up three floors of an apartment block in the lively Kampong Glam quarter, it is sleek, smart and a very good deal.

The Pod, Singapore


Located in the heart of the CDB (the Central Business District), which can be described as the downtown city within Singapore, Klapsons is a stunning, privately owned designer hotel of just 17 rooms.

Klapsons hotel, Singapore


In between the temples and markets of Little India and the shopping malls of Bugis Street, Moon hotel has just come under new ownership, who have renovated the property. First impressions as you walk into the big lobby are certainly funky, with a swirling purple mural and 1970s furniture, plus three TV screens set in a glass wall showing a mix of sport, international news and local entertainment.

Moon hotel, Singapore


Wrapping a mundane 20-year-old office block in a surreal steel mesh, transforming it into a hipster hotel. Since then, the surrounding neighbourhood, Tiong Bahru, has become the fashionable corner of Singapore.

Wangz hotel, Singapore

Hotel 1929

This 1929 row of five traditional Chinese shophouses was transformed into a 32-room boutique hotel in 2002 and completely refurbished in 2012.

Hotel 1929, Singapore

Hotel Clover the Arts

The locally run Clover group runs businesses and vintage-themed properties in Singapore, and in March 2014, Hotel Clover the Arts opened its doors.

Hotel Clover the Arts, Singapore

The Club

The Club is the place to check in for party goers. The Ann Siang quarter of Chinatown is seething with bars, bistros and clubs, so don’t expect a quiet night’s sleep.

The Club, Singapore

Dorsett Singapore

Ideally located in the heart of Chinatown, it looks, from the outside, like just another faceless glass-and-steel construction, with 285 rooms. But the rooms here are much larger than in boutique hotels, with a gym, swimming pool and sunbathing area.

Dorsett hotel, Singapore
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