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Hotel G Singapore (SG Clean Certified & Staycation Approved)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"I never wanted to spend much on a hotel, especially in Singapore, because mostly I will be out shopping or sight seeing or dining. Usually a hotel with this price range is old, dusty and not strategically located, but this one is different. This hotel presents a hipster/rustic design that is warm, calming, friendly and welcoming. The overall design gives a positive and good vibes. The receptionists are youngsters that are very helpful and friendly. The Indian lady that handled my check in was very clear and thorough explaining little details of the hotels. I was able to get an early check-in about 1030 in the morning, while the usual check-in time is at 2 PM. With your room, you will get a mobile device which you could use to make international call and mobile internet for free, and you can carry it around with you. Too bad I've already bought sim card from the airport, I just knew it when the reception lady explained it to me. I ended up didn't using it, but this is a big plus point. The room I was staying was tiny, only 12m squared, but it is very efficiently planned and designed, so I did not feel cramped. There was no wardrobe, which safe some space, instead there was only a rack with hangers, this I think is a smart move, because I never used hotel's wardrobe anyway. Talking about cleanliness, it was spotless clean, I knew this because I did not have any allergic reaction. My only dislike was the AC, it blows straight on to the head, and there was no control of the swing direction from the remote. But, the room itself is already pretty cool without the AC at night in the hot Singaporean weather, so I ended up not using the AC. You have ice and water dispenser in the hallway, so you can refill your water bottle. The door was not sound proofed enough, so you can hear persons talking or running in the hallway, but it was not a big deal for me. Location wise, it is not dead center in the heart of Bugis. It was 12 minutes walk to Bugis Junction. However, it is "
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8.4

Excellent

9098 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 153
Village Hotel Albert Court by Far East Hospitality (SG Clean Certified)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"I took advice of a friend and booked this hotel as it was near MRT station and Little India was just across the road and Bugis was the next MRT. As this hotel is near Rocher MRT station, it is directly connected to Little India, Bugis, Downtown and Chinatown and that was really easy to travel to all the tourist attractions very convenient and at a very nominal expense. There is a food court in the premises itself and the Sim Lim square just around the block where electronics are really cheap and we can shop like anything. The facilities of this hotel are all good, the good thing is that you have a bathtub in all the rooms, unlike most of the hotels in Singapore. Staff is very polite and extremely helpful and they do everything to make your stay comfortable. rooms are also spacious and you wont feel cramped of space. Overall, excellent ratings and a thumbs up."
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7.8

Very good

3448 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 149
Victoria Hotel (SG Clean Certified)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"From Changi Airport, take the green line and step out at Bugis MRT then walk for 600m. It is near Bugis Junction and Bugis Street. There’s a 24 hours food court across the hotel. Money changer and 7-eleven is a plus in the building. Bras Basah station is a 2minutes walk from the hotel. Arab St., Suntec, Merlion, Esplanade, Promenande, Chimes, National Library etc... is just close if you don’t mind walking. The property is pretty basic but it’s clean. They change the bedsheets, towels and replenish the tootbrush and toothpaste everyday. They don’t have breakfast but they replenish the water, coffees and teas too. They have a mini fridge but we didn’t use since we don’t need it. Andy is very accommodating during check-in and the housekeeping people are very friendly. We actually didn’t had a problem with the staff as they are all very accommodating and polite. "
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7.7

Very good

1828 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 103
Hotel Royal @ Queens (SG Clean Certified)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"Royal@Queens, Location on about 100m to entrance of MRT station, which is huge plus for Singapore, saves a ton of money on transport cost. Just a short stroll away from Bugis for shopping or Sim Lim for any phone or IT goody you can think of. The rooms is fairly big for Singapore and were very clean. There is a small fridge in the room as well. Staff, were very friendly and assisted with holding belonging while I went running every morning. THE TWIST..... breakfast. The hotel cater for a lot of tour groups that leave very early. If you plan on having a late breakfast, do not expect to have a wide veriety. They do not refill stock when finished. Although breakfast ends at 10:30 the staff start clearing the breakfast from 10am. When enquiring about the above, we were answered that breakfast ends at 10:30, meaning you must be finished eating by 10:30, they expect guest to have dished up by 10am latest. For the rest we enjoyed our stay, I will return to Hotel Royal@queens, but not book for breakfast. "
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7.6

Very good

1519 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 143
Somerset Bencoolen Singapore (SG Clean Certified)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"i stayed for 4 nights at somerset and it have been wonderfull. i stayed in 1 bedrom deluxe with 3 young children (6,3,1 yo). with the king bed (180x200), living room with a sofa, fully equipped kitchen (electric stove, microwave, toaster, electric pot, plate, bowl, spoon, etc), they even provide you with dishwasher liquid and sponge. location just right in front of MRT bencoolen exit A, halal food just below the hotel. there is "putri" restoran that sell "padang" food and also accross the street we can find halal resto "sumber ayam" at the food republic food court. 7-11 also accross the street. Bugis jus 15min (30min small walk with children). taxi available in front of the hotel. we check out at 06.00 in the morning and there is a taxi in front of the taxi shelter in front of the hotel. overall its a very convenient stay and we will be back again if we ever go to singapore."
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8.3

Excellent

609 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 168
Summer View Hotel (SG Clean and Staycation Approved)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"The location is less than 10 min walk distance from Bugis MRT station. It's just exactly at the opposite of Ibis-Bugis hotel. Very convenient to find local food & fruit stalls around. Within short walk distance you can reach to SimLim Square, Bugis junction, bugis village and raffles hospital. Clean room and friendly staffs."
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8.1

Excellent

2289 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 120
Park View Hotel (SG Clean, Staycation Approved)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"We loved our stay in this hotel. The room is minimalist, very clean and the space is just perfect for 2 people. They provide complete toiletries and even change towels every day. They serve simple, buffet breakfast. The best value of this hotel is that it is very near public transport such as the MRT, Bugis Interchange station which is just walking distance and bus stations are located just in front of the hotel and across the other side of the street. You can also find lots of restaurants nearby and Bugis street which is a place for budget-friendly shops is very near, too. We recommend you stay in this hotel if you will visit Singapore. "
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7.4

Very good

549 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 135
Rest Bugis Hotel(SG Clean)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"Santa Grand Bugis Hotel worth every pennies and cents during my 3-day stay in Singapore. The staff were very accommodative, the room was very clean, the breakfast was awesome, and it is super near to MRT Bugis Station as well as Bugis Junction -- where everything cheap and nice are sold there. It is very private despite the good location, that is also a heaven for pictures-taking! I'll definitely stay in this hotel again when I come back to Singapore in the near future. Thank you, Santa Grand Hotel Bugis for the amazing service and hospitality! <3"
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7.5

Very good

4675 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 91
7

Very good

58 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 93
Strand Hotel (SG Clean Certified)
Bugis,Bugis - View on map
"Pros: Spacious room for it's price, newly renovated, comfortable beds, aircond works great, bottled water and coffee/tea refilled everyday. Iron and hairdryer available in room. Clean towels and clean bathroom. Hot shower works great. Location is great, many bus stops across and around the block 2-5mins walk only. Closest station Bras Basah just across. 2mins train ride to Dhoby Ghaut Stn. The new blue line, Bencoolen station will open Oct 21st so it'll be more convenient coz it's just right in front of the hotel entrance. Used Grab to get picked up at the hotel or the taxi stand that's like 1min from hotel entrance. 24hr muslim food 5mins walk down the block, Food Republic just across the street and many other options all around the ares. Bugis+ and Bugis Junction just 10mins walk (actually less if you minus the traffic light crossings) Cons: none Previously tried other hotels around Bugis so now will make Strand a definite go to for it's value, space, comfort and location. "
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7.9

Very good

7056 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 145

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Arab Street runs through Kampong Glam in an area where Arab traders settled early in Singapore’s history. In the early 20th century, real estate prices soared, and the original inhabitants moved on. What remains is a highly commercial district with countless shops, restaurants and lively bazaars. In many ways, this is the epicenter of modern Singapore, and it attracts expatriates and tourists. One of the only remnants of the Arab community is the UAE Embassy.

Arab Street and Bugis Street have been tied up in Singapore history for nearly 150 years. Pirates from the nearby straits were based here until the British took over administration. During WWII, this was a thriving Japanese community. Today, it’s a booming shopping district popular with Singaporean families as well as tourists. There are far more shopping plazas than hotels in the Bugis and Arab Street area, so hotels tend to be busy year round.

Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is one of the main sightseeing attractions in this area. It’s a lively Chinese temple that teems with daily devotees. Non-Buddhists are welcome to have their fortune told or to light joss sticks. Interestingly, the Hindu temple next-door is a popular follow-up temple for Buddhists looking to make as much merit as possible.

Accommodation in Bugis / Arab Street is found mainly on Victoria Street, which follows North Bridge Road through the heart of the district. There is also a luxury hotel toward the marina, near The Plaza, The Concourse and the Furniture Mall.