5 Cheap Singapore Hotels to Choose from

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5 Cheap Singapore Hotels to Choose from

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Acclaimed for its elegant architecture, manicured urban landscapes, and sumptuous dishes, Singapore attracts both oriental and western travelers. But some hesitate to venturing here; rumors have it that Singapore is only meant for posh travelers and can leave a big hole in your pocket. Such is a myth. To prove, here are some Singapore hotels to choose from that are shockingly affordable. 

Wink Hostel

Wink Hostel transforms cheap accommodation into a stylish and elegant staycation.

Wink Hostel combines affordability, high-end technology, and sleek playfulness. It is designed with stylish geeks and young trendy travelers in mind.

The pods have sound-proof walls, automatic ambient backlight, power sockets for your gadgets, and extra soft linens. Even its ladies’ posh dormitory is equipped with vanity counters.

Plus, this place is strategically located at Chinatown’s photographic Mosque Street, locally known as kit ling bio pi, which translates to beside the King’s temple.  

Value Hotel Balestier

Value Hotel Balestier is an affordable hotel near Haji Lane.

Value Hotel Balestier has 208 air-conditioned rooms equipped with flat-screen TV and wireless Internet connection, ensuring your comfortable stay in Singapore. The bathrooms come with complimentary hair dryers and toiletries.

This affordable place is conveniently located near Haji Lane, the secret nook for fashionistas. To have an understanding of the early Chinese migrants and culture, heading to Chinatown Heritage Center is a lovely afternoon interlude. There is the nearby National Orchid Garden as well to awaken the nature lover in you.

Venue Hotel

Venue Hotel is a sophisticated yet reasonably priced accommodation near Geylang.  

Venue Hotel does not sacrifice quality and comfort. Its 81 air-conditioned rooms are elegantly decorated and equipped with flat-screen TV and refrigerators. The rooms come with a complimentary wireless Internet connection, a coffee/tea maker, and a safety deposit box.

Once you are settled in Venue Hotel, explore its immediate neighborhood. The lovely and historic Geylang is known for its well-preserved shop houses.

Blanc Inn

Blanc Inn is a sophisticated boutique Hostel near two MRT stations.

A five-minute walk to Farrer Park station and Lavender MRT station, Blanc Inn is a convenient and comfortable place to stay in Singapore. Its spacious alcoves equipped with curtains offer privacy that you can barely feel in some hostels.

Used to be an old shop house, Blanc Inn is transformed into a lovely and elegantly adorned boutique hostel. It is nestled between Little India and Arab Street, two of the must-experience places in this city-estate.

Classique Hotel

Classique Hotel provides convenient access to the city’s shopping and entertainment belt.

Classique Hotel comprised of 42 elegant and spacious rooms is just a ten-minute drive from the famous Orchard Road where the shopping and dining places run aplenty.

Its rooms are amply provided with contemporary amenities to ensure your comfort and relaxation. If you desire to be always connected to the whole world, Classique Hotel offers high-speed Internet access. Plus, its own café serves the best of two worlds: delectable local cuisines and famous western dishes.

Singapore is never expensive to a discerning traveler. It is always adaptive and welcoming to all. Yes, it is not a snobbish city. It is friendly and approachable to those who are willing and able.

Jona | Backpacking with a Book

Hi there, I’m Jona! I’m in my early 30s and is currently based in Ha Noi, Vietnam.I primarily write poetry and short stories in Cebuano and lengthy travel essays in English. Blogging has become an outlet to think out loud. I live the life I set for myself. I try to live an unapologetic life. For collaborations, projects, and other things, please email me at backpackingwithabook@gmail.com. Find me somewhere else!

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