A fine hostel choice
What we say:
Lofi's bright, cheerful style and modern amenities make it a fine choice with a great Little India location.
A lift connects the four floors, making it one of the only Singapore hostels suitable for those with limited mobility. Ten dorms come with four, six or eight bunks along with air-con, reasonable space and large lockers. Bathrooms are ensuite, meaning you won't have to traipse into the hallway when nature calls in the middle of the night. This also makes it possible for groups of four or six to rent out an entirely private room.
An open-air common area offers all the usual hostel facilities -- TV, big tables, washing machine and a kitchenette -- but being outside, it's also where people go to smoke and hang wet laundry. After the sun goes down, the top floor turns into Skive 43 Rooftop Bar, which offers good deals on beer and cocktails and draws a mix of travellers and locals.
Rates include breakfast and WiFi, but a towel will cost you $2 and lockers do not come with padlocks (you can bring your own or purchase one at reception). Staff can sometimes hook up discounted tickets to certain attractions and a bulletin board in the lobby has subway maps, taxi phone numbers and suggestions for exploring the city. If you're looking for Indian food, you can't beat this location.
Nearest MRT: Little India
Eight bed dorm: S$23
Six bed dorm: S$27
Four-person private: S$155
Six-person private: S$195
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In depth reviewRead a more in depth review of Lofi Inn on the Travelfish blog.
Contact details:43 Dickson Road, Singapore Singapore T: 6392 0224
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dorm air-con||n/a||n/a0||Four-person private S$155, six-person private S$195|
Added to Travelfish on: 21st May, 2013
Last visited or updated on: 21st May, 2013
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