17 Jun 2019 - 18 Jun 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Explore the Lion City for less with hotel deals in Singapore.
Why book hotels in Singapore
The city-state of Singapore is known for its tropical weather, clean streets and glitzy reputation as a millionaire's playground. You don't need to spend a packet to enjoy staying in Singapore, however. The mesmerising blend of towering office blocks and traditional Malay shophouses is an Instagrammer's dream alone. Hotels in Singapore make the perfect base for discovering everything that this bustling metropolis has to offer, from eyebrow-raising designer stores to wallet-friendly food stalls. World-class restaurants, a happening nightlife, and the best chilli crab you've ever tasted – we think it's time you book those flights to Singapore (and check out Singapore hotel deals too).
Best places to stay in Singapore
Hotels in Singapore range from no-frills hostels in low-rise buildings to decadent hotels located in iconic skyscrapers. The Singapore neighbourhood you stay in will have an influence on your Singapore experience, whether you stay in the colourful streets of Little India (look for hotels in Albert Court) or the gleaming avenues near Orchard Road. Hotels in Clark Quay are a great option if you want to stay in the city centre. Hotels on Bencoolen Street are a good choice too, as the area has recently undergone redevelopment and is a bit of a hipster hotspot.
Cheap hotels in Singapore
You'll find a good range of cheap hotels in Singapore in the Lavender neighbourhood. This up-and-coming area has a good mix of hawker markets where you can grab a street-food lunch and hipster coffee shops where you can snap up a flat white. It's walking distance from Kampong Glam, the trendy Malay quarter, and Little India where you can grab a cheap curry or spend your Singapore dollars in the 24-hour shopping mall. Little China is another great spot to find cheap Singapore hotels, as well as some boutique hotels along the riverfront.
Luxury hotels in Singapore
If your pockets are deep, you'll find no shortage of five star (and four star) luxury hotels in Singapore. The Colonial District to the north and east of the Singapore River has a few notable hotels, including the famous Raffles – even if you can't get a room there, it's worth swinging by for the original Singapore sling, which was invented on-site. For contemporary luxury, look no further than Marina Bay. This modern neighbourhood is home to the Marina Bay Sands hotel, one of Singapore's most iconic buildings.
Singapore hotels: getting out and about
Public transport in Singapore is fantastic. The MRT train system connects most Singapore neighbourhoods with the city's best attractions. Look for Singapore hotels near MRT stops to make your trip more convenient. On arrival, you can purchase a Singapore Tourist Card to give yourself unlimited travel on the city's buses and trains for one, two or three days (depending on how long you stay). You can also buy single tickets, if you're not planning on using mass transit. Metered taxis are widely available in Singapore, and can be flagged down or hopped into at a taxi rank.
Wanna go there again really soon!! A super city and the amazing night lights
Going to the Marina Bay sands and just exploring the city at day, with that, I got to appreciate how clean Singapore is! They’re also so disciplined. But of course, my favorite part is when we visit Universal Studios Singapore, the rides and food are so fun.
Fantastic food , fusion, variety.. you can surely find something to your taste . Gardens and architecture are amazing.
♥️The most amazing place i've been so far and the food was great! I'll come back for more adventure singapore is love! ♥️