Perfect for sightseeing, Victoria Hotel is a low-cost lodging near Singapore’s National Library Building, Bras Basah Complex, and Bugis Street. Newly renovated, it provides basic amenities in spotless rooms. There’s a beauty salon and a café serving Oriental dishes, and computer workstations are available.
Orchard Road, Singapore’s “retail and entertainment hub,” is a short walk away for guests at the RELC International Hotel. They can mingle in the communal kitchens, or grab a complimentary noodle dish, sandwich, or cereal before going sightseeing. Soft beds, spacious storage, and polite staff are strengths of this hotel.
Another Singapore hotel that’s easy on the pocket is Hotel Asia, where patrons get good value for their money. In-room safes, tea and coffee makers, and complimentary newspapers are supplied. Nearby is the Newton Food Centre where oyster omelettes, barbecued stingrays, and fried crab doused with black pepper are some of the dishes to try.
Fragrance Hotel – Oasis is a low-cost option built in 2007, with clean rooms equipped with LCD TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffee makers. On-site parking is free.
Fragrance Hotel – Rose is another budget housing that comes highly recommended for its location – right in the city centre. The bus stop is right at the hotel’s doorstep, and it’s near the Novena Shopping Mall too.
Kids will have fun at the Harbour Ville Hotel, which is next door to a playground, bird watching facilities, and a park with World War II relics. Adults can indulge in good food on the patio. A jogging path, golf course, and fishing site are also within the vicinity. The Singapore hotel prides itself in having “a relaxed atmosphere.” They have a fitness centre, laundry facilities, and free parking too.