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Where to stay near Chinatown

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Chinatown, Singapore?

As its name suggests, Chinatown, Singapore is the neighbourhood that Chinese immigrants occupied when Singapore was still a British colony. Though the Chinese have moved up and out, Chinatown retains much of its traditional features. Its narrow lanes are crowded with decades-old, family-run shops. It has a fabulous food street that's a favourite amongst expats and office workers. It's a year-round destination, but if you want to score Chinatown, Singapore hotel deals, book your visit between July and October. July marks the end of summer, signalling a slowdown of tourist traffic. Monsoon rains are about to begin, but rainfall is still light.

What are the Top Hotels in Chinatown, Singapore

Amara Singapore is located on the southern side of Chinatown. Its amenities include free Wi-Fi, meeting rooms and a business centre, as well as restaurants, bars, and an outdoor pool. It offers family-friendly services like babysitting. Also on the southern side of Chinatown is Carlton City Hotel Singapore. Amongst its amenities are conference space, free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and bar, and an outdoor pool. It also offers childcare services. M Hotel Singapore is another hotel within the vicinity. It's focused on providing family-friendly services, offering childcare and supervised children's activities. It also has a full-service spa, a health club, a business centre, and restaurants.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Chinatown, Singapore?

Many of the hotels in Chinatown, Singapore are clustered in the neighbourhood's northern corner. This section of Chinatown forms the core of the neighbourhood. This is where you'll find Chinatown Heritage Centre, the Sri Mariamman Temple, and the tourist traps of Smith Street and Pagoda Street. Another place where you can look for good hotels in Chinatown is the Keong Saik Road area. This area is convenient for exploring Singapore's Downtown Core, as it's only a few blocks away. The more fashionable section of Chinatown is the southern end of Tanjong Pagar Road. Many of Chinatown's luxury hotels are located there.

What are Hotels like in Chinatown, Singapore?

Chinatown, Singapore has a healthy mix of budget hotels and luxury accommodations. The backpacker hostels in the neighbourhood are located near Smith and Upper Cross Streets. They typically have dorm rooms with bunk beds and shared bathrooms. Some offer breakfast. The mid-range hotels, mostly along Keong Saik Road, are generally renovated shop houses. Some offer only basic amenities, while others make the effort to give their establishments character by featuring quirky décor, breakfast, and Wi-Fi. The classier hotels in the southern section of Chinatown offer a variety of luxury amenities, such as spas and fitness centres, as well as business centres and childcare.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Chinatown, Singapore?

Hotel rates vary in Chinatown, Singapore. How much you will pay for your hotel stay depends on where the hotel is. Generally, Chinatown is not a cheap place but still more affordable than other neighbourhoods in Singapore. Opting for a bunk bed at a backpacker hostel can set you back S$30 to S$40 a night. The mid-range renovated shop houses can charge you anywhere between S$50 to S$70 nightly. For that extra amount, you'll get privacy and access to slightly better amenities. If you're willing to splurge, the starting cost of staying a night at a luxury hotel in Chinatown averages S$200.

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