Singapore Hotels –budget, mid-priced, luxury
A list of Singapore’s hotels, ranging in price and comfort from backpacker-budget to luxury.
Singapore Budget Hotels
Singapore is probably one of the most expensive places in Southeast Asia to visit, but it also offers some wonderful bargains if you know where to look. These Singapore budget hotels all offer accommodations under US$100, and offer great local atmosphere and adequate facilities to boot.
Hotels on or near Orchard Road, Singapore
If you're going to Singapore mainly for the shopping on Orchard Road, you really should stay somewhere close by - check out this list of 8 hotels on Singapore's main shopping artery.
Riverside Singapore Hotels
A list of hotels near the Singapore River and the nightlife areas around Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, and Robertson Quay
Chinatown, Singapore Hotels
A list of Singapore hotels in the Chinatown and Tiong Bahru districts, where the historic ethnic enclave was founded 1828. Boutique, budget and business hotels within walking distance of Chinatown's shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
Little India, Singapore Hotels
Little India is the heartland of Singapore's bustling Indian community, centered on Serangoon Road and its neighboring side streets. The hotels in Little India offer its guests easy access to everything Little India has to offer, from the area s delicious food to the wonderful shopping to unique Singaporean Indian culture that can be found...
Budget Hotels in Chinatown, Singapore
Guests staying in Singapore's Chinese ethnic enclave will appreciate these Chinatown budget hotels: their relatively low cost and central location puts guests in the middle of the action, in more ways than one. Access to temples, dining places, and a wealth of Chinatown shopping make these hotels prime picks for guests who want to see the...
Best Singapore Hotels for Romance
From newly polished landmarks and design-forward accommodations, to innovative integrated resorts and charming boutique hotels, a smart balance of traditional service and state-of-the-art amenities has become de rigueur in the far-flung gateway city — and couples on a Singapore honeymoon or romantic getaway are the beneficiaries of the best the city-nation has to offer.
Budget Hotels in Little India, Singapore
These Little India budget hotels offer an incredible bargain for Singapore travelers: budget prices along with great access to Little India's dining, shopping, and entertainment. There's plenty to see and do in the Little India ethnic enclave , with its bustling street bazaars , fragrant spice stalls, and delicious hawker fare. Little India...
Hostels in Kampong Glam, Singapore
Check into one of these hostels in Kampong Glam, Singapore to stay within walking distance of this ethnic enclave's many shopping and dining adventures.
Review: Raffles Hotel - A Slice of Singapore History
A full review of Raffles Hotel, including accommodations, dining choices, amenities, accessibility, and more.
Review of the Hotel Fort Canning, Singapore
A look inside the Hotel Fort Canning, a boutique hotel in Singapore - a historical relic given new life as a luxurious hotel next to Fort Canning Park
Review of the Village Hotel Bugis, Singapore
A review of the Village Hotel Bugis in Singapore, formerly known as the Landmark Village Hotel, a mid-range hotel in downtown Kampong Glam and Bugis
Budget Hotels in Bugis and Singapore's Heritage District
These Singapore budget hotels are ideal for tourists who want to save their money for the rest that Singapore has to offer. These hotels are ideally located in the middle of Singapore's bustling heritage district, close by to the shopping and other entertainments on Bugis Street and Arab Street.
Review of the Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore
A review of Singapore's Parkroyal on Pickering hotel, designed from the ground up with an eye to cutting-edge design and high sustainability. Is the user experience as good as it looks?
Katong & Joo Chiat, Singapore Budget Hotels
Budget hotels in Katong district and Joo Chiat Road put guests in the heart of the Peranakan cultural enclave, full of historical shophouses now housing cheap eats and interesting sights.