Singapore's flashest hostel
What we say:
Opened in late 2011, Wink Hostel in Chinatown offers a winning combo of clever pod-style beds, state-of-the-art facilities and a great location. Although it's situated in a heritage building, Wink is as state-of-the-art as it gets. Lightning fast WiFi is available throughout, ambient lighting comes on by itself when you enter each room, spacious storage space beneath each bed is opened by keycard, cosy computer corners are available for the laptop-less, and an entertainment lounge in the finished attic has a 3D TV, DVD collection and Wii complete with Guitar Hero. Yet the hostel's most pleasing feature are its unique semi-private pod beds with thick mattresses, silky duvets and soundproof walls, which come standard in each dorm category -- mixed singles, women only, and doubles. Plentiful shared bathrooms are squeaky clean and outfitted with rain showers, although renting a towel is an extra S$2 per day. The atmosphere is tastefully modern with a bold black, white and lime-green colour scheme and a mural beside the entrance welcoming guests in dozens of languages. Complimentary toast and cereal are available in the guest kitchen each morning and coffee and tea are free all day. The hostel is a few minutes' walk from the MRT and plenty of dining options. Overall Wink is an excellent choice for those willing to pay a bit more for some serious comfort and style.
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Contact details:8A Mosque St, nearest MRT: Chinatown Singapore T: 6222 2940
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What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dorm air-con||50 S$||50 S$||Includes a light breakfast. Price for single pod. S$90 for double.|
Added to Travelfish on: 8th November, 2012
Last visited or updated on: 26th November, 2012
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