x The average starting price for a place to stay in Singapore is £61 per night.
289 Beach Road 03-01Excellent 90%
38-A Hong Kong StreetExcellent 90%
16 Upper Cross Street ChinatownAwesome 87%
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.
Cleggy Apart from our room being noisy at night ( due to the people, not the hostel's fault), it was a great hostel. The only slight negatives were: towels were $3 rental, not included, and breakfast was only a banana and white sliced bread, although there were plenty of choices of spreads for the bread! I'd stay there again.
Blk 146, Jalan Bukit Merah #01-1088Awesome 86%
wahid_ahma The place is ok but nothing special. Location is fine and no problem with trains. Breakfast is good and staff are friendly.
280 Lavender StreetAwesome 85%
pinaynurse Most of the backpackers hotel i checked online in singapore wont allow kids below 12 years old. I am glad that the management allowed us to check in my daughter who is 11 years of age. It was such a relief having them consider her. The management answers our emails right away. During our stay, everyone was so welcoming, especially Ed (our kababayan), who helped us with so many directions going to tourist spots, Serena is a nice and bubbly woman, and sam, he call himself, simple sam (because he is). upon arrival, Ed welcomed us and showed us our room. It was a 1 double-decker for the kids and a queen sized bed room.The aircon functions very well, bed is comfortable, they have TV and a DVD player inside the room but, the TV can only be used with the DVD player. There is a tv in the common room which is connected to cable and you can also watch movies there, since they have a collection of DVD movies with the latest dvd releases. They have bread with choices of spread: peanut butter, strawberry jam and butter, choices of coffee (and cream), tea. It is supposedly for breakfast but actually, you can eat all day since it is open the whole day! they have a water dispenser though water is potable anywhere in singapore. you can also use their fridge, and if you are going to put something inside, they have a sticker for labels in the ref and you can label your food. There is a separate toilet and shower areas. 3 each on the side. Their restroom have hot and cold showers with body soap and shampoo provided. The place is very clean since they have a cleaning lady (Theresa) who comes in everyday at 8 or 9 am. She is very friendly and makes sure that the place is spick and span! My only concern is regarding payment, you pay 10% online through credit card but they ask for your card verification code which could be used to charge from your credit card. There was no problem with the payment but for security purposes the card verification code should be for the owner only. I suggest they improve there site with regards to payment but all in all we recommend and will definitely come back and stay here if we go back to Singapore.
280A Lavender StreetGreat 83%
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!
No. 38 Upper Cross Street (Level 2)Great 83%
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