Hotels in Singapore

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Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Singapore:$233/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$8/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$206 - $295
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$223 - $248
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Yotelair Singapore Changi Airport Landside (Sg Clean)
Yotelair Singapore Changi Airport Landside (Sg Clean)
8.2 Excellent
78 Airport Boulevard #B3-200 Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore, Singapore
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10.0 mi from city centre,  

Situated under a 20-minute walk from Toa Payoh MRT Station, YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport features free Wi-Fi. It also provides a laundry service and a 24-hour reception.

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About Singapore

Singapore delights in its contrasts. This island country harmoniously pulls together so many influences and experiences, from old-world charms to dazzling skyscrapers, beaches and green parks to bustling markets and malls. It's well-established as one of Asia's most popular travel destinations.

Downtown Singapore is along the southern coast of this small island, on two sides of the Singapore River. It includes the colonial neighbourhood of Riverside, filled with old-world relics and a sense of history, plus the rising malls of Orchard Road, the country's major shopping destination. The skyscrapers of financial district Shenton are unmissable, as are the shimmering resorts and buildings of Marina Bay. Singapore seamlessly blends cultures and this is reflected in the neighbourhoods close to Downtown Singapore. They include a large Chinatown with a rich heritage, the historic Malay districts of Bugis and Kampong Glam, plus the colourful lanes of Little India. Burmese settlements and temples are found in Balestier. Contrasting the skyscrapers and street markets are landscapes that most people don't expect to find in Singapore. Most of the island is lush and green, dominated by woodlands and parks that spill onto empty beaches. A bridge and cableway cross the water to Sentosa Island, home to Botanical Gardens and Universal Studios Singapore, along with a large number of beaches and resorts.

Singapore's Changi Airport is one of Asia's major aerial hubs and it's a short journey by taxi or MRT train into the central city. Anyone with a Singapore layover of five hours or more has time to depart the airport and get a glimpse of the city. Two land crossings link Singapore with Malaysia and are used by both buses and trains. An excellent MRT and bus network stretches out across Singapore Island and is a very affordable way to get around. Much of the central city rises high rather than wide and it's relatively easy to travel by foot to different districts.

Singapore's rich history is reflected in its language. Malay is the official language but most locals speak English, along with Mandarin, Tamil, Hokkien, or Punjabi. This mix has created a distinctive dialect that incorporates words and symbols from half-a-dozen languages.

Singapore travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Singapore?

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  • What are the best hotels in Singapore?

    Marina Bay Sands, rated with a score of 9.0 from 17,880 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Singapore. Other top stays include The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, with an average rating of 9.0 from 2,135 reviewers, and Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, with a score of 8.9 from 3,640 reviewers.

  • What are the best hotels on Orchard Road in Singapore?

    One of the most famous streets in Singapore, Orchard Road, is known for its high-end shopping, restaurants, and cafes. To stay on or close to this tourist attraction is quite easy as there are many Singapore hotels to choose from. Right in the middle of Orchard is the YOTEL Singapore, which is just a few minutes' walk to the main Orchard shopping and museum area. If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Singapore, you can find budget-friendly accommodation near Orchard, such as Hotel Supreme. If you’re not on a budget and prefer luxury in a great location, check out The St. Regis Singapore. This 5-star hotel puts you right in the middle between Orchard Street and the Botanical Gardens.

  • Are there kid-friendly hotels in Singapore?

    Yes, there are many options for kid-friendly hotels in Singapore. The great news is that many of the hotels go above and beyond for your little ones, making it a perfect place for a family holiday. For example, Shangri-La Singapore features both indoor and outdoor play zones just for the kids as well as slides and a kiddie pool. Shangri-La Singapore also organizes themed activities for your kids to enjoy every day. Another great hotel that is family-friendly in Singapore is the Orchard Rendezvous Hotel. They have great options for family rooms to choose from to make sure you and the family have enough space to enjoy your vacation. Rendezvous Hotel is also conveniently located within walking distance from the Botanical Gardens and Orchard Street. Lastly, Mandarin Oriental Singapore offers luxury for a family vacation. They have a kid’s pool with family cabanas, and within walking distance of the hotel there are plenty of family-friendly activities and attractions.

  • How do I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in Singapore?

    When looking for Singapore hotels, if your main priority is to find a relaxing and quiet place to stay, you’re in luck. Many hotels pride themselves on giving their guests a perfect place to relax. For example, the Capella Singapore on Sentosa Island has sea views and one-bedroom villas to tuck you away from the busy city. If you find minimalist design soothing, then check out Llyod’ Inn, a short walk from the Orchard Street area. With the minimalist design and tropical green setting, you’ll love the serene atmosphere, especially on the rooftop terrace. Lastly, a perfect place to enjoy getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city is Changi Cove. The hotel is set in just under 10 acres so you can enjoy the comforts of your room, but you can also relax and enjoy nature walks around the property.

  • What neighborhoods in Singapore have the best restaurants?

    Singapore is a foodie’s dream come true. Because of the culturally diverse population, you can get just about any kind of cuisine you can imagine, at any type of budget. Of course, Orchard Street is a great area for high-end restaurants and coffee shops. Arab Street is also a great place to dine out, with many restaurants offering different cuisines like Middle Eastern, South and Central Asian. Lastly, you can’t go to Singapore as a foodie and not go to a food hawker center. Old Airport Road Food Center is a great pick with rows and rows of food stalls to walk around and enjoy. It also happens to be one of the oldest and largest food centers in the city. You can find almost every kind of Singaporean dish ever created. Another great food center is the Chinatown Complex Food Center. You'll be amazed by all the options of cuisine you can find in the over 250 food stalls operating daily.