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17 Sep

The best cheap hotels in Singapore under 200 dollars

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Who says budget rooms have to be a bore? We've rounded the best hotels under $200 in Singapore with great character

Posted: Monday September 14 2020

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Singapore may be one of the most expensive cities in the world but that doesn't mean there aren't any affordable places in town. Now that most of us are staying in the Lion City indefinitely until we can travel again, it's time to explore everything it has to offer. These cheap hotels are more than just a bed to sleep on, they offer amenities like fitness centres and swimming pools, and are conveniently located within the city, making them the perfect bases for exploration. A stay at one of these hotels means you get to set aside your hard-earned cash for more important things in life – like saving up for a rainy day. Here are our picks for the best budget hotels in Singapore that don't compromise on quality.

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lloyd’s Inn

1. Lloyd's Inn

Hotels River Valley

Good for: minimalist vibes

This Orchard Road address puts Lloyd's Inn just a little beyond the perimeters of the famous shopping district, and less than 100 metres from the infamous Oxley house (once home to the former PM Lee Kuan Yew). The concrete-clad structure looks avant-garde next to the surrounding older, conventional architecture, but step inside and you’ll find it lush and welcoming. The rooms have eight style varieties, bathed in soft natural light and with a Nordic minimalism, which make you feel like you're being whisked away to a cosy Airbnb in Europe. The facilities aren’t grand, but the roof terrace and foliage-lined dipping pool are idyllic enough to lull you into serenity – if you can stop Instagramming, that is.

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The Great Madras

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2. The Great Madras

Hotels Rochor

Good for: living in a Wes Anderson-esque world

Three words: prepare to swoon. The Great Madras in Singapore's Little India district is so Instagram-worthy that you'll likely wear out your photo thumb by the time you check out. The exterior is a gleaming white art deco dream, while the inside reflects more of a 1950s vibe (think patterned wallpapers, geometric-print floors and lots of greenery). The rooms are just as delightful, with pops of pastel colours and plump double beds. The pool and Catalan restaurant are just the icing on the cake.

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Hotel G

3. Hotel G

Hotels Rochor

Good for: eclectic chic

Live it up like a G in this snazzy offering. Taking its cue from the surrounding arts and cultural district, Hotel G sports an unorthodox mashup of industrial, vintage and bohemian elements – even the gym looks like a vintage bachelor pad. The rooms are intimate, but cleverly planned and, thanks to the quirky details and the pampering Metis bath amenities, it really feels like a boutique stay. For the food-obsessed types, the F&B perks here are a real boon, too. You get dining credits to redeem at either Ginett – one of the most affordably priced wine bars around – or at American burger bar, 25 Degrees (so-called as that's the difference in temperature between a rare and well-done burger).

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Hotel Mono

4. Hotel Mono

Hotels Chinatown

Good for: an authentic look at Chinatown

Set within six historical shophouses, this minimalist joint is not only a well-kept secret, but effortlessly chic. The contemporary design is clean and almost futuristic, giving the rooms a spacious feel that cramped budget hotels sometimes lack. Besides which, there's an air of tranquillity thanks to the lack of clutter – allowing for total rest and recuperation after you've schlepped round the Singapore sights. Our only gripe is that several of the rooms' windows merely open into an airwell, but at least you get some natural light (or switch on the sleek lightning bars to artificially amp up the brightness). If you're booking online keep an eye out for Hotel Mono's special promotions that run at various times throughout the year.

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Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong

5. Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong

Hotels Marine Parade

The hotel is temporarily closed and the information may no longer be accurate

Good for: a collision of heritage and colour

Each Indigo hotel around the globe reflects the neighbourhood in which it’s situated, and in storied Joo Chiat, lined with heritage buildings, the boutique space offers a culturally rich experience. A rooftop infinity pool and a 24-hour fitness centre are the basics everyone expects, but what sets this particular hotel apart is the Indigo Pavilion. Perhaps in a bid to invoke the ‘kampong' (village) spirit that once flowed through the district, the pavilion is a communal space designed to mimic a living room. It’s set with water jars, a lantern-inspired chandelier and a ‘mama shop’ hawking literature from local brand BooksActually, traditional baju (clothes) and other bits.

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6. Santa Grand Hotel East Coast (SG Clean, Staycation Approved)

Hotels Marine Parade

Good for: geeking out on prewar shophouse architecture

Housed in a Chinese-Baroque heritage shophouse in the laidback area of Katong, this boutique hotel is a lesser-known gem. The rooms here are beautifully designed, with some room categories boasting floor-to-ceiling glass windows, natural skylight that look up to the stars, or even a balcony. Take a dip in the rooftop infinity lap pool and or luxuriate in a separate hot tub while appreciating views of the eclectic cultural belt of the east. 

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M Social Singapore

7. M Social Singapore

Hotels Raffles Place

Good for: a dash of millennial

The achingly cool M Social is all futuristic neon colours, steel and mirrored furnishings in the distinctive, flamboyant design style of Philippe Starck. The ceilings are all double-height, which means that even the smaller lead-in rooms (industry jargon for a hotel’s most affordable category) feel plush and not oppressive. The space is tight but well thought-out, and the bed’s too comfy to leave. There’s a small pool and gym you can hit up, but the appeal of a stay around Robertson Quay is to bask in the breezy laidback charm of its riverside restaurants and Aussie-styled cafes.

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Hotel Clover The Arts

8. Hotel Clover The Arts

Hotels Raffles Place

Good for: tiny but comfy

We’ll be frank. Hotel Clover The Arts has the most compact quarters compared to other hotels on this list. But it is comfortable and clean, and the colourful murals that adorn every room – each one is painted by a local artist or art student – give it a cheerful countenance. And of course, the location is superb. It’s right next to the Civic District and the watering holes that line Boat Quay, steps away from 28HKS – the hottest speakeasy in Singapore – and minutes from the clubs at Clarke Quay. Guests have access to the dipping pool at the sister hotel around the corner, too.

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Mercure Singapore Bugis

9. Mercure Singapore Bugis

Hotels Rochor

The hotel is temporarily closed and the information may no longer be accurate

Good for: a fully-fledged business hotel

As far as budget stays go, Mercure Singapore Bugis ticks all the right boxes. It’s centrally located and close to three MRT stations: Bugis, Bencoolen and Bras Basah. The rooms are fairly spacious and even loft rooms are available for under $200. As for facilities, there’s a small business centre and a good-sized infinity lap pool, jacuzzi and gym. What we particularly like is that there are numerous pockets of space – a breezy courtyard, roof terrace and a lobby lounge. The Albert Court Market & Food Centre is also right behind for some superb and wallet-friendly hawker fare.

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lyf Funan Singapore

lyf Funan Singapore 

10. lyf Funan Singapore

Hotels Residential hotels City Hall

Good for: a dynamic environment 

Dubbed as the largest co-living property in Southeast Asia, lyf Funan Singapore is Ascott's latest co-living brand at the recently opened Funan Singapore. And trust us, it's as millennial as millennial gets – neon signs, pastel ball pits, and Wes Anderson-inspired bathrooms included.

Not only is it within walking proximity to City Hall, the Civic District, and Clarke Quay, but it also boasts a dynamic environment with well-designed social spaces and a diverse community. Accommodation starts from $108 per night (valid till December 31, 2020).

 

Hotel Nuve Urbane

11. Hotel Nuve Urbane

Hotels Rochor

Good for: quiet charm

Getting to Nuve Urbane feels a bit like going back in time. It’s pretty central, but in a sleepy part of Lavender where industrial buildings and old residential estates intersect. Space is sparse but there’s a lap pool and day beds to lounge around on. What it lacks in space, the hotel makes up for with very friendly service (and a complimentary snack bar). You can easily walk into Little India or café-hop at some of our favourites, like The Bravery Café. It’s also close to Druggists, the city’s coolest pharmacy-turned-pub with dozens of draft beers on tap.

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Kam Leng Hotel

12. Kam Leng Hotel

Hotels Kallang

Good for: a secret hideaway

First established in 1927, this boutique hotel opened its doors once again in 2012 with retro furnishings and nostalgic fittings from the early 1900s. Sitting on vibrant Jalan Besar Road, Kam Leng Hotel provides free local calls and wifi. Decorated in soothing pastel colours, the air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, personal safe and free bottled water. En suite bathrooms come with a shower and free toiletries. Kam Leng is a short walk from colourful Little India and the 24-hour Mustafa Shopping Centre.

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Ramada Singapore

13. Ramada Singapore at Zhongshan Park

Hotels Novena

Good for: a taste of local flavour

The Ramada’s Balestier suburb is rarely top of the list for travellers, much less for staycationers, but it makes perfect sense. It’s a bit of a heartland Singapore – flanked as it is by public housing and kopitiams (traditional coffee shops) – but still only a short drive to Orchard Road (take the complimentary hotel shuttle) and Little India. Balestier is also one of Singapore’s most cherished supper streets, teeming with big-name bak kut teh (pork rib soup) and chicken rice shops. The rooms are generously sized and the swimming pool terrace is spacious, inviting and really quite beautiful in the evenings. 

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