Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Good value accommodation for all budgets are found in Little India, with the bonus of being situated in a rich heritage area well connected by public transportation, and the proximity to downtown Singapore.
A favourite127 Tyrwhitt Road
T: 6297 8258;
Fisher BnB is our overall favourite hostel in Singapore and if it fits within your budget, we’d suggest looking no further. Opened in mid 2013, Fisher BnB offers immaculate dorm accommodation in ... Read the full review of Fisher BnB.
Flashpacker favourite46/48/50 Campbell Lane
T: 6392 0693; F: 6398 0449
With its designer decor and high-tech amenities, Checkers is the most upscale hostel in Little India. Accommodation is dorm-only but these are a comfortable mix of bunks and singles, with crisp white ... Read the full review of Checkers Inn.
An oasis in Little India12 Perak Rd
T: 6299 7733; F: 6392 0919
Prices have risen since Perak Hotel was named one of the world's best budget hotels in 2001, but it hasn't lost its humble charm. Located in a restored shophouse in the middle of Little India, each ... Read the full review of Perak Hotel.
Excellent and spacious15 Upper Weld Road Closest MRT Bugis or Little India
T: 6262 2862; F: 6262 2863
Bunc has properties in both Little India and Clarke Quay in Singapore along with Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and we reckon they are going to really shake up the hostel scene in Singapore. ... Read the full review of Bunc @Radius Little India.
Away from the action427 Race Course Rd
T: 6396 3925; F: 6396 3972
In a quiet spot on the outskirts of Little India, The Mitraa is a fun and friendly hostel. After passing through the modern lobby the dorms are a bit of a letdown — sterile and some windowless — ... Read the full review of The Mitraa Hostel.
Zen except for the traffic9 Jalan Besar
T: 6295 6631; F: 6295 8218
Away from the main backpacker drag, Mayo Inn is a hidden gem with reasonable rates and a modern, minimalist style. It doesn't seem out of place that they have Japanese-style rooms with mattresses on ... Read the full review of Mayo Inn.
Worth every cent240 Jalan Besar
T: 6392 3838; F: 6392 2828
After viewing a few Little India budget hotels where we didn't need to venture beyond the lobby to see roaches, Classique Hotel was a welcome surprise. The rooms are small and beds quite firm, but ... Read the full review of Classique Hotel.S$80 to 150 2 votes Midrange
Equal parts pub and hostel101 Dunlop St
T: 6299 0130;
Styled after an Australian corner pub, the Prince of Wales is equally popular for its cheap rooms and cheap pints. The bar and bathrooms are on the ground floor and the mixed dorm is above, so you ... Read the full review of Prince of Wales Backpacker Hostel.Under S$ 30 2 votes Backpacker
Pseudo hotel rooms151 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore
T: 6297 9764;
The Blanc Inn is a great option for those looking for a bit of luxury along with the usual hostel experience. Just a five-minute train ride to the centre of town, the simple shophouse exterior ... Read the full review of Blanc Inn.S$ 30 to 80 1 vote Flashpacker
Design decadence2 Dickson Road, Singapore
T: 6396 3322;
On the fringe of Singapore’s Little India in what was once a 1920s-era school lies quirky Wanderlust, owned by the people behind the New Majestic and Hotel 1929. The 29 rooms, imaginatively ... Read the full review of Wanderlust.S$150 to 300 1 vote Toprange
A fine hostel choice43 Dickson Road, Singapore
T: 6392 0224;
Hostels are a dime a dozen in Singapore’s Little India neighbourhood, but Lofi Inn sets itself apart with its ensuite dorm rooms and open-air common area — and it’s also great ... Read the full review of Lofi Inn.
Budget hotel with a rooftop pool183 Selegie Rd
T: 6337 7888;
Of the dozen Fragrance budget hotels across Singapore, the Little India location is the pick of the litter for its perfectly central location and rooftop pool. Though they're clean and well ... Read the full review of Fragrance Hotel Selegie.
Pretty things in small packages23 Dickson Rd
T: 6827 6666; F: 6827 6667
Small is an understatement for this boutique hotel's standard rooms, but Moon does provide a stylish stay for a relatively small price tag. Through clever design they squeeze in all the modern frills ... Read the full review of Moon Hotel.S$150 to 300 1 vote Toprange
It's not easy being popular73 Dunlop St
T: 6296 9169; F: 6396 6694
The InnCrowd has long been a backpacker crash-pad of choice in the Little India area of Singapore, and while it had been substantially renovated since our last stay, it remains a great value and very ... Read the full review of The InnCrowd Hostel.
A basic homestay23 Roberts Lane
T: 9245 2376;
If you're willing to sacrifice creature comforts to save money, Ali's Nest might be exactly what you're looking for. The setup is more of a homestay than a proper hostel so you won't find any plush ... Read the full review of Ali's Nest.
Top value dorms and privates624 Serangoon Rd
T: 6341 5051; F: 6341 5051
Whether you need just a bunk or a room big enough for the whole family, The Hive delivers in a wallet-friendly way. Recent refurbishments have restored a modern look and you'll sleep well on the ... Read the full review of The Hive Backpackers' Hostel.
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