x The average starting price for a place to stay in Singapore is £83 per night.
40 Mosque Street China TownExcellent 91%
naomirudd1 It is easy to get to Wink from the airport and the directions provided were easy to follow. It is modern, clean, friendly and overall a great place to stay. I highly recommend staying here!
Blk 146, Jalan Bukit Merah #01-1088Awesome 87%
16 Upper Cross Street ChinatownAwesome 86%
nasrinsaadat I have stayed there for 2 nights. The Hostel is small, cozy, clean, and friendly. I Highly recommend this place to stay in Singapore.
280A Lavender StreetGreat 84%
alvania.ayu I stayed in here for about 2N3D. It was excellent! at first I only booked for a night in the mixed dorm but the owner gave me Female Dorm! and I extended my stay. It's very clean and hygiene. For the dorm, the room is quite nice and you can easily meet other traveler. The internet in the lobby is very helpful but unfortunately it's limited for only 3 PCs so you need to wait your turn if all of them are occupied. The staff are very friendly and willing to help for travel plan. You can also get Singapore map in here and they have some books to plan your trip. Location is nice, a lot of buses through this hotel but u need to walk for about 10-15min to the nearest MRT station. Definitely will go there for the next trip to Spore!
cherie2083 Thank you! The place was so clean, and the staff were very helpful. Me and my friend really had fun staying here.
125 Lavender Street SingaporeGreat 83%
PetraBez Very friendly staff and they even cook you food. The rooms can be a little noisy as it's located on a busy road. Overall cleanliness is good, if you ignore the mess made by the other tenants. As long as you aren't seeking a luxurious hotel, this is a pretty good place.
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