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;
The pioneer of Singapore's capsule craze, Woke Home continues to be competitive in its convenient Clarke Quay location. The hostel features 88 capsules spread over the fourth, fifth and sixth ... 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;
The name Five Stones pays homage to a Singaporean children's game and is a hint at what's inside this funky and imaginative hostel. Air-con dorms feature six to 14 bunks with thick mattresses on ... 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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