Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Stylish new hostel33C Hong Kong St
T: 6532 6091;
It doesn't look like much from the outside, but a stylish new hostel awaits you at the top of all those stairs. A few too many bunk-beds have been squeezed into the main dorm, but the space is super ... Read the full review of River City Inn .
The original capsule hostel61 South Bridge Road, Level 4-6, Singapore
T: 6533 4418;
Capsule-style hostels have become all the range in Singapore, but Woke Home in the Clarke Quay area is the original. It’s also the cheapest and the only one to provide a TV and ... Read the full review of Woke Home Hostel.S$ 30 to 80 1 vote Flashpacker
Great budget choice33B Hong Kong St
T: 6438 5146; F: 6438 5147
A great choice if you want to be close to Clarke Quay, Rucksack Inn 1 and its nearby neighbour 2 tick all of the right boxes. Efficient service, friendly staff, clean dorms and a decent place to hang ... Read the full review of Rucksack Inn 1 and 2.
Artsy digs in a great location61 South Bridge Road, Level 2, Singapore
T: 6535 5607;
UPDATED November 22, 2013 with new prices. With a funky style, friendly staff and a mile-long list of freebies, there’s lots to love about Singapore’s Five Stones Hostel. It’s ... Read the full review of Five Stones Hostel.S$ 30 to 80 1 vote Flashpacker
Family-friendly luxury hotel20 Merchant Rd
T: 6337 2288; F: 6334 0606
If you've got the bucks to splash out on a luxury hotel, the Swissotel is a great choice. Its riverside location is a stone's throw from the MRT and the endless dining options of Clarke Quay are ... Read the full review of Swissotel Merchant Court .S$150 to 300 1 vote Toprange
Bunks & beers51 Boat Quay
T: 6536 9697;
Backpacker favourite Prince of Wales has opened a second hostel in the restaurant strip at Boat Quay. It's a simple set up with a big dorm overtop a taco bar, but bunks have thick mattresses and are ... Read the full review of Prince of Wales Boat Quay .
Quaint and well-located42 Carpenter St
T: 6808 1918;
This budget spot really is a member of the Best Western group, but the similarities to a chain hotel end there. It occupies a renovated shophouse and the rooms are homey with a bit of colonial charm. ... Read the full review of Best Western Jayleen 1918 .S$150 to 300 1 vote Toprange
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