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1BnB: Best of the BnBs.

I enjoyed this place. It is located a bit out of the downtown area but is much cheaper and has space. This is a very basic room with ensuite bathroom and shower. They also provided free wireless internet for me to use when I didnt feel like going out in the rain. But it also has covered sidewalks nearly all the way out to the bus station so you won't get too wet if you do.

Rest assured if and when I return to Singapore I will be staying here for part of my trip if it is more than just a weekend.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written February 26, 2007
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Haising Hotel.: Very nice budget choice.

Teh haising hotel is located in little india and is a very good choice if you want a resonably priced single room in singapore (something that is not easy in this city).
My room there was small but very functional and had everything that i want from a hotel room.
The reception staff was always very correct and service minded.
It's not the kinda hotel where you go to socialise with fellow travellers cause there are no common areas, but since it's located in little india where you have very good social life i found that this was no problem at all.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written January 31, 2009
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Hotel tai seng.: Cheap and grotty.

I stayed one night at the tai seng hotel and i have to ssay that it's cheap, but it's also a bit of a grotty hole especially when you compare it to the much nicer haising hotel just around the corner that is much nicer and only slightly more expensive.
My room was a small room with an ok bed, but the bathroom was kinda stuffy and the plug in my room did not work and it gave me an electrical schock when i tried to recharge my cell phone.
Imoved the little table next to my bed to see if there was another plug, but all i found was two old condon wrappers.

I know this sounds really bad, but i could stay there again if everything else in the same price range is full, but it is one of the last places i will go looking in the future.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written January 31, 2009
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Golden Landmark Hotel: Near the Mosque

The Golden Landmark Hotel takes up a whole block.
The taxi pull up and entrance way is in Arab street, which is a very busy street, and you get caught up in traffic getting to your hotel. We ended up getting out of our taxi early, and walking to the Hotel, rather than sit in the traffic jam.
Our room here was o.k. Bed was hard. Being near the Mosque, you could hear the loud speaker, not good if you are a light sleep. Our room overlooked the pool and other high rise, this was quite nice.
Breakfast was buffet, sometimes very full when a tour group came in.
A bus stop for the hippo tour was next to the hotel, and the undergroun mrt, was a short walk, so it was in quite a good position.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written February 24, 2008
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A Travellers Rest Stop: Great Hostel in Chinatown

This place ranks up there with the best hostels of my trip. Its' owner is the main worker, and he is available 24 hours a day for assistance. He can help you with sightseeing, travel, and event information, and is the most gracious person doing it. The place is very clean, air-conditioned, and has both dorms and private rooms. It is located in the heart of Chinatown, 5 minutes walking to 3 different metro stations.

I highly recommend it, if you are looking for good and accommodation.

Laundry
Internet
Book trade
City maps and information
Friendly service
Near metro and bus stops
Host of eating places near

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written March 22, 2004
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Hotel 8: Hotel 8 - budget accommodation in Chinatown

Cheap, no frills, budget accommodation in Chinatown. Room rates are S$ 49 a night.
Closest MRT station is Outram Park.
Rooms small and very basic. The road is fairly quiet though.

Low cost.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written January 1, 2003
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Backpacker Cozy Corner Hotel: Backpacker Cozy Corner Hotel - Chinatown

Despite its name this didn't really look to me like your typical backpacker style accommodation, more like a normal budget to mid-range place.
Rooms, like most places around this area, are small but they are fairly decent and come with air-con.
Rates run between S$50 and S$65.
Closest MRT station is Outram Park.

Cheap.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written January 6, 2003
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Backpacker Cozy Corner Hotel, Chinatown


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Downtown East Chalets: Kids' Resort

It is a good place for family with kids. There are two single beds and two pullout beds. With Wild Wild Wet, Escape Theme Park and a nearby beach, there will be enough fun to last the kids for at least two days. In addition, it comes with a fridge and TV set. There are X-box consoles in the deluxe room, just in case it rains.

There are theme parks, food courts, BBQ pits and a shopping arcade. Good for family outings.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Theme Park Trips
  • Written March 15, 2006
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Know your hotel name and reputation

Singaporeans often ask which hotel you are staying. They also like to ask which airline you flew to Singapore on.

I wonder why? Does this mean that you should never stay at a "no-tell" motel (seedy hotel which charges by the hour)?

I've stayed at the Royal Plaza on Scotts (a nice hotel that is up to par with hotels like the Marriott and maybe even a bit better as it has the nice, free breakfast buffet with full of choices and it's also a tad bit cheaper), Copthorne Orchid (not bad, a little out of the way, plans to convert this hotel to condos, in a nice neighborhood), Hotel Phoenix (closed and the building torn down), New 7th Storey Hotel (not a bad location, cheaper, not run down at all, a bit of street noise, has cheaper rooms without baths but I didn't stay in those). With some flights arriving at 1 a.m., I looking forward to the new Crowne Plaza opening up soon just across from Terminal 3 at Changi Airport.

As far as airline, maybe they want to know if you experienced the hospitality of Singapore Airlines. I flew on one of the two U.S. non-stop flights. Both are flown by a long range Airbus A340-500 fitted with a more spacious coach (executiveconomy) and business class (Raffles Class).

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Written November 2, 2005

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Hotel 22: Hotel 22 - budget accommodation in Geylang

Very basic but cheap place in Geylang. The small rooms have aircon and a bathroom with hot water shower.
The Lorong the hotel is situated on is fairly quiet and within walking distance of Aljunied MRT station.

If you are considering staying at a hotel in the Geylang area and have not stayed there before I suggest you take a look at my 'Geylang - Must See Activity' elsewhere on this page.

Cheap for Singapore. Rooms are 40 SD.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written January 1, 2003
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Hotel 22, Geylang


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Princeton Hotel: Princeton Hotel - budget accommodation in Geylang

A basic but fairly cheap hotel in the Geylang area. The cheaper rooms are quite small. All rooms have air-con and cable TV.

Standard rooms
Normal rate S$69; Sun - Fri S$ 39; Sat S$ 49

Superior rooms
Normal rate S$75; Sun - Fri S$ 45; Sat S$ 55

Twin bed rooms
Normal rate S$80; Sun - Fri S$ 50; Sat S$ 60

Deluxe rooms
Normal rate S$90; Sun - Fri S$ 60; Sat S$ 70

Deluxe twin rooms
Normal rate S$90; Sun - Fri S$ 60; Sat S$ 70

Fairly good value for Singapore. Not too busy and within walking distance of Aljunied MRT.

If you are considering staying at a hotel in the Geylang area and have not stayed there before I suggest you take a look at my 'Geylang - Must See Activity' elsewhere on this page.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written January 1, 2003
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Hotel Double One: Hotel Double One - budget accommodation in Geylang

A very basic, no frills Chinese run hotel in the ethnic area of Geylang. Room rates run from S$ 38 upwards.
This place may suit you if you are on a budget.

If you are considering staying at a hotel in the Geylang area and have not stayed there before I suggest you take a look at my 'Geylang - Must See Activity' elsewhere on this page.

Cheap.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written January 1, 2003
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The Royal Peacock Hotel: Royal Peacock Hotel - nice place in Chinatown

A pleasant, mid-range hotel in Chinatown. Rooms are fairly small, as is quite typical, but clean.
Single rooms start at S$ 70 and go up to S$ 135 depending on the type of room and whether it has a window or not.
There are a good range of facilities including air-con, colour TV, coffee and tea making facilities in the rooms, room safes, hair dryers.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written January 5, 2003
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The Royal Peacock Hotel, Chinatown


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Bright Star Hotel: Bright Star Hotel - Geylang

Another budget to mid-range hotel in Geylang that is fairly similar to the other hotels in this area.
Room rates:

Deluxe: S$48
Triple: S$55
Suite: S$60
Family: S$100

If you are considering staying at a hotel in the Geylang area and have not stayed there before I suggest you take a look at my 'Geylang - Must See Activity' elsewhere on this page.

Reasonably priced and on a fairly quiet road.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written January 6, 2003
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Bright Star Hotel, Geylang


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Century Hotel: Century Hotel - budget accommodation in Geylang

A reasonable, reasonably priced hotel in Geylang.
Room rates:

Saturday
Single/Double - S$80
Triple - S$95

Sunday - Friday
Single/Double - S$60
Triple - S$75

If you are considering staying at a hotel in the Geylang area and have not stayed there before I suggest you take a look at my 'Geylang - Must See Activity' elsewhere on this page.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written January 6, 2003
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Century Hotel, Geylang


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