Top 10 Hotels in Singapore below $100. Hotel #6 Will Make Hello Kitty Fans Go Crazy…
Do you want to book a decent hotel in Singapore for under $100 per night?
You may think such cheap hotels in Singapore below $100 could only be found in far-flung areas. But if you dig hard enough, you can definitely uncover these gems that are located near city center and MRT train stations.
Below are 10 popular budget hotels in Singapore that fit the criteria above.
1. Venue Hotel (Clean and Modern)
Stylish, central and great value, Venue is a hotel for those who want champagne on a beer budget.
The frontage has a colonial feel, and inside the design is edgy, with dark polished floors, bright chairs in primary colors and a huge gold ornate lampshade over the lobby.
Rooms are as attractive but less lavish, with free WiFi, cable TV, fridge and safe. Location-wise, the hotel is about 20-min walk to Paya Lebar MRT station. Nearby buses include the 16 to Orchard Road and the 33 to central Bugis.
I have stayed in venue for a couple of times and it has always been pleasant. The location is great, near to supermarkets, food courts and even to malls like parkway parade and katong 112. The stafss are friendly, and eventhough the room size is quite small but it is clean and comfortable. – Lusiana L. from Indonesia
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2. Sandpiper Hotel (Clean and Cozy)
This budget hotel is a gem in Little India as it’s just a short 10-min walk to the popular 24-hour Mustafa Center and to both Bugis and Little India MRT train stations.
Rooms here are compact yet clean and modern with a creamy decor that gives a very homey ambience. All rooms come with free WiFi and beverages, safe deposit box, hairdryer and cableTV.
One good thing about staying in the Sandpiper is the abundance of cheap Indian eateries and bistros from the doorstep. Plus it’s only 3 train stops to the famous Orchard Road shopping strip!
Value for money Location(Little India) was good enough not excellent though. The Staff were very friendly I happened to stay for 4 nights (without breakfast cause its little india food is not at all a problem), I had booked a Deluxe Double or Twin Room. The room was comfy enough. Enjoyed my stay. – Prasanna of India
3. Kam Leng Hotel (Chic and Funky)
Bare concrete floors may be a little too austerity chic for some, but the use of bold accent colors and modern furnishings give this heritage hotel a funky vibe.
The beds are soft and clean, guestrooms are bright, and come with free WiFi, hot shower and hairdryer. There is also a friendly bar cum restaurant on site.
Lavender MRT station is 15-min walk away, as is Little India and the famous Mustafa Center shopping mall. Bus No. 65 which leaves from opposite the hotel will take you to Orchard Road or the 145 heads towards Sentosa Island.
4. Big Hotel (City Center Location)
Big by name and impressive by nature, this hotel is a real crowd-pleaser.
Rooms have a Scandinavian with Zen feel to them, with blonde wood and cream walls. It’s a cozy, minimalist space. High tech guestroom features include free on-demand movies, tablet remote control, LED TV, satellite channels and of course, free WiFi.
Checking in and out can be a little slow during peak times, so try to plan ahead if you have somewhere to be. Big Hotel is a 7-min stroll from Bugis MRT train station and 10-min by train to Orchard Road for shopping heaven.
5. Porcelain Hotel (Near Train Station)
With a smart modern look inspired by ceramics of China, this 3-star hotel in Chinatown district will suit night owls who don’t want to walk far to enjoy Singapore’s buzzing nightlife areas, including Club Street (5-min) and Clarke Quay (12-min).
Guestrooms are a mix of cozy and chic, decorated in blue or white and kitted out with the essentials: flat screen TV, free WiFi and a great rain shower. The hotel doesn’t serve breakfast, but we love the pancakes at The Loft, only a few blocks away on Temple Street.
Staff at Porcelain are friendly and helpful, and there is space to store your luggage if you want to do some last-minute sightseeing.
6. Champion Hotel (Hello Kitty Theme Room)
Chic, charming and affordable aptly describe this boutique hotel.
Rooms here are quirky (checkout their Hello Kitty theme room) and spacious. All rooms are kitted with free WiFi and toiletries, card key access, min-bar and cableTV. Get ready for a real comfy stay here!
Location wise, the hotel is about 15-min walk from Paya Lebar MRT train station which links direct from Changi Airport. The same station will allow guests to get city areas such as Bugis, City Hall and Raffles Place in under 15-min.
7. Hotel 81 Bugis (City Center Location)
At this price, location doesn’t get much better than this.
This hotel is walking distance to Bugis MRT train station. City Link Mall, Raffles Place and Suntec Convention Center, with its record breaking fountain, are also only a walk away. Dining options range from hawker centers to budget local restaurants.
Rooms are clean, with towels changed on a daily basis. The space is comfy without being claustrophobic and standard fixtures include a TV, WiFi (complimentary) and a hot shower. All guest rooms are well lit, but if you’re going to be spending time in the hotel, upgrade to a room with natural light.
8. Marrison Hotel (Clean and Cozy)
The staff at the 24 hour front desk will make you feel so welcome it almost feels like you have returned home after a long voyage, even if you roll in at 3am.
Rooms are clean and snug, with a TV and DVD combo and hot shower. Upgrade to a deluxe room for a window and free WiFi. If location is key then Bugis MRT train station is just around the corner, as is the Suntec City Convention Center. You can even walk to Clarke Quay, a popular spot for a night out.
Plenty of tasty cheap eats can be found here too – we recommend skipping the slightly uninspiring breakfast and exploring further afield.
9. Amaris Hotel Singapore (City Center Location)
Modern and clean with a strategic location, this hotel is walking distance to Bugis Junction, Suntec City Convention Center, and the Bugis MRT train station.
If you’re feeling like a night out you can even hotfoot it to Clarke Quay. Rooms are simple, clean lines, lots of white with an en suite shower room and TV. The comfortable beds make for an excellent night’s sleep.
Service definitely errs on the side of efficient rather than friendly, but there’s complimentary WiFi and buffet breakfast and the option of hot coffee and tea at any time of the day or night that helps you cope with the lack of smiling.
10. Santa Grand Hotel Lai Chun Yuen (Charming and Cozy)
Located in Chinatown, this is a hotel with real soul – a bargain option with charm and history.
Referencing back to their days as an Opera House, the hotel is painted a rich red, lantern swaying in the breeze and a soundtrack to match. The hustle and bustle of the street outside can be said to add to the ambience, although more sensitive souls might get frustrated with the noise.
To make the most of the atmosphere is one of Singapore’s most vibrant neighborhoods, book a room with a balcony. Standard facilities in the oriental themed rooms include cable TV, hairdryer and free WiFi. The hotel is only a hop, skip and a jump from the Chinatown MRT station.