Hotels Near Central Sikh Temple In Singapore

3.7/58 Reviews
0.37km from Central Sikh Temple
Clean and tidy rooms with good air conditioning. Sebastian, a very humble man at your service. Safe hostel for a family visit. Budget friendly. Healthy breakfast with fresh apples and bananas. Located on the main road of little India and very close to city square Mall .The hostel has a store with all the required food stuffs and other necessary things. Highly recommended:)
FromUS$17
4.1/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.37km from Central Sikh Temple
Short stay with my family... 2nights but super worth it. I booked.for 1 room with 2 bunk bed just enough for 4 people.. The room is comfty and we slept so good.. The room is clean..the hotel receptionist is very accomodating.. The bathroom and shower is great with good water pressure. Also theres a free breakfast provided basically bread and spreads.. Really worth our stay even its just along themain road you wont hear the noise inside. Its really comfortable stay.. Will.definetely comeback maybe oneday
FromUS$14
4.5/5Excellent44 Reviews
0.38km from Central Sikh Temple
The Hive Hostel is a perfect location in the Serangoon Road if you are travelling to Singapore as a Family or group of Friends. It is just situated in between 2 MRT stations Farrer Park and Boon Keng and 5-10mins walk away! The self service breakfast have choices of toasted bread or milk with cereal and an unlimited coffee all-day! You can alao make your own egg either sunny sideup or scrambled! Just a short walk outside, you can find one side street restaurant serving several menu and a convenience store if you want to buy some personal stuffs Overall, we had a very good stay and well be bookig in again soon.
FromUS$15
4/5Very Good66 Reviews
0.38km from Central Sikh Temple
I arrived at Hotel about 03:35 AM. It was the time that all the people are sleeping. I was a little bit confused about my check-in because when I arrived at the counter he didn't ask me about my check in information.He just only asked me that I was paid or not and I said I've paid already then he showed me my room without asking to show my passport or check in information. Did he know me that I'm the girl who booked at 19th and arrived at 20th?? Maybe!!!🧐🧐 Never mind! The room is very fantastic and comfortable. I felt like I was in an spaceship🚀😅🥰. Since I was travel alone in Singapore I was afraid of sleeping at room alone.But the hotel is very safe .I really loved this place and next time when I come to Singapore, I promised that I'll book this hotel again ❤❤❤❤❤
FromUS$15
4.7/5Outstanding2 Reviews
0.42km from Central Sikh Temple
It’s okay, it’s fine to be alone in the short term,
FromUS$17
2.8/514 Reviews
0.43km from Central Sikh Temple
For budget traveling. Nice staff. Bread for breakfast with tea, coffee. $20 deposit for locker key. Staff leave you alone. Place to hang out at the entrance on sofa and also outside door. Overall good for one or two days
FromUS$13
3.7/515 Reviews
0.44km from Central Sikh Temple
Pros:The bed is decent size and comfortable. Room airconditioning working well 24hours. Quiet neighbourhood. About 5 minutes walk from Farrer Park MRT. Toilets are with Shampoo and Body Shampoo. Shower with hot water available. Simple breakfast with bread, butter and fruit spread and cereal. Cons: The room has a damp smell due to no windows. Bring your own padlock as lockers provided no lock.
FromUS$16
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.49km from Central Sikh Temple
I stayed at the Rucksack Inn for one night while on Singapore. The hostel is very clean and air conditioned, and there is water always available and a decent breakfast. It's a quiet hostel with families / school groups as guests, so not the most social as a solo traveller looking to make friends. The location is also a little far from the downtown area but if you have an unlimited transport pass this isn't an issue. Also very easy to get to and from the airport. The beds in the dormitories are pod style.
FromUS$37
3.2/510 Reviews
0.54km from Central Sikh Temple
because of our bad experience at the greendili, we moved out and stayed here instead. they are just near each other. we became friends with one of the staff who was very accommodating to us. but the guy who he switched shift with was the exact opposite of him. had to pay 35SGD for the extra person charge. we had complimentary bottles of water. air conditioner though wasn't that cold. bathroom was spacious. near Ferrer Park mrt station (around 2blocks). checked out around 10am and they let us leave our bags at their storage room, went back for it around 8pm.
FromUS$57
3.2/525 Reviews
0.57km from Central Sikh Temple
I had read mixed reviews for this hotel before making the reservation. We are 5 adults and 2 kids on a vacation and had booked 3 deluxe rooms with view. The hotel turned to be absolutely amazing budget hotel. The reception staff was extremely friendly, courteous and always ready to help in any which way possible. Entire check-in experience was pleasant. We were given deluxe rooms 201-203 with city view. The rooms were clean and tidy. Toilet was also clean. The only downside being the rooms were a bit small but that is something which can adjusted with for the price. House keeping staff was efficient and prompt. A couple of bottles of water, tea/coffee and chocolate rolls were replenished daily. For vegetarians like ourselves, we had to walk about 8-10 min to Mustafa center for food options. Daily breakfast was provided and our request for vegetarian only was again accommodated without a sign of irritation. We had a late night flight and we had checked out in the morning and had requested to keep the luggage at the reception which was accepted with all smiles, mind you we had 8 suitcases. 2 bus stops were at 1 min walking distance from the hotel for easy connectivity though we always booked Grab for easier commute. The entire stay was extremely pleasant and I would highly recommend this hotel for all the budget travelers. I would surely stay here if I am back in Singapore. Cheers !
FromUS$44
3/510 Reviews
0.63km from Central Sikh Temple
ZenRooms Farrer Park is located in the Lavender district in Singapore, 600 m from Mustafa Centre and 800 m from ICA - Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.Every room comes with a flat-screen TV. All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower. ZenRooms Farrer Park features free WiFi throughout the property.You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property. Airport transfers are available at a surcharge.Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple is 1.6 km from ZenRooms Farrer Park, while Singapore Art Museum is 2.1 km away. The nearest airport is Changi Airport, 14 km from the property.
FromUS$42
3.7/555 Reviews
0.68km from Central Sikh Temple
The hotel customer service is good the room is big the hotel nearby got a lot of food to eat
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Hotels Near Central Sikh Temple In Singapore Review

4.7/5856 Reviews
Marina Bay
Actually requested for highest floor with amazing view but they didn’t fulfil my request. It’s okay, they also mention to make advance booking for swimming pool and so we did, but pool is fully booked, felt so disappointed. During check in we try our luck again for the pool, lucky there is last 3 slot of us. Around 7pm went swimming, but no one was there. (Wonder why they say it’s fully book) 😕 In the afternoon try to make booking for pool again, again they say fully book. We didn’t bother to go down to check. Aside from that, we do appreciate the gifts that comes in the package that include late check out at 6pm, inclusive of breakfast and semi lunch buffet for 2 adults. Room was very spacious and clean. Overall we are happy with our stay there. Definitely we come again.
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FromUS$188
4.6/52108 Reviews
Orchard Road
I booked for my fiancé's birthday and in lieu to celebrate New Years. Firstly, early check in was given as to prevent the crowd during the New Years Eve. Very smart move made by the hotel which I am very thankful for! It helps to control the crowd. Trip.com has emailed me to WhatsApp the hotel as were told by the hotel to request for early check in. Replies by the hotel staffs were fast too! After checking in, I called to reserve the pool but it was sad I could not go as it was raining! The room was rather small but that's fine by me! The shampoo and body wash given smells nice! I usually do not use hotel's shampoo/bodywash but this hotel's toiletries was quite nice! The view from the toiler was not bad too! You need to of course close the blind to have a private shower. Was given free macaroons delivered by the robots to my room as it was my fiancé's birthday! Super kind gesture made by the hotel staffs! We were super touched! The next day, when I went down to pick up my breakfast as I choose to take away(can select to dine in or take away), the staff could not find my breakfast order as my breakfast order was misplaced by one of the staffs (the one I gave my order sheet to) But that's okay because I did not mind waiting for them to pack my food again. I was also granted late check out! Overall, pleasant stay! The team was all very friendly and approachable. Thank you!
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FromUS$88
4.7/5446 Reviews
Bugis
There was a 3-hour delay in checking-in but we were reasonably compensated in the form of complimentary parking and dining credits. Kudos to the front desk and concierge staff who were efficient and patient, especially with some unreasonable guests (no need to make things difficult for those who are trying to make your stay better). Food quality of in room dining was good and the safety measure was well managed at the pool. Thank you to all that have served us during our stay, you are Awesome! Just one thing not so pleasant thou, the service attitude of a particular male staff at Ash and Elm was rather bad that’s why we decided not to dine there. Seemed like somethings don’t change (bad experience with Ash and Elm years back), so except for the restaurant, we would love to come back again 😁
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FromUS$102
4.7/5678 Reviews
Marina Bay
Beds were clean and comfortable. Front desk staff service was friendly and professional. After the 1st night, was woken up by drilling and hammering noises at 9 plus in the morning. Breakfast in room dining was ordered at 930am, arrived at 1150am as in doom dining department could not cope w the huge amount of orders. Was informed that our breakfast would arrive at 1130am. So first day, wasn't impressed w renovation noises that disrupted our sleep and a breakfast that was more of brunch. Did request for room change and was given another room. Air conditioning in the new room was not working well n had to request for a fan. Overall, the old building and maintenance of the hotel would place it as a 4 star hotel rather than a 5-star rating.
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FromUS$164
4.6/51981 Reviews
Sentosa Island
From booking communication through email, Aisyah was the best. Everything went smooth and all our requests was accommodated. Even the room upgrade. Thank you so much Aisyah! :) Check in was smooth and Vin was really friendly and welcoming. As for the room (1015), it was almost perfect! Room was spacious enough for two and the view was AMAZING!!! Truly a panoramic view. Balcony was great, but it would have been better if there was a brighter light for lounging out during the evening. Only improvement I guess would be some of the staff being more friendly specially by the pool and beach area. In other Shangri-la, guests would go directly to the beds and a staff will bring the towels and some water for refreshments. We did not experience this here in Rasa Sentosa. Not sure if this is because of covid. But it would still be great if the staff would in those areas be more welcoming and friendly. Overall, had a great time and had a great birthday celebration. We would definitely come back for another quick getaway from the city. Thank you so much!
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FromUS$429
4.2/54932 Reviews
Lavender
Hotel Boss is about the location. There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel and Lavender MRT Station is 200m away. Bugis and City Hall area is a short bus ride away and Kampong Glam is within walking distance. Check-in was surprisingly quick, given the long queues inside the lobby as well as 2 separate long queues outside the hotel (one along it's drop-off point via Syed Alwi Road and another along its front - Victoria Street). The staff were friendly and welcoming. Pretty good attitude given the large crowd and check-ins. It's a mid-range hotel with many rooms. The rooms, however, are pretty small. Tiny, I would say. I have got a Triple Room and the distance between the foot of the bed and the desk is about a person's width. The en-suite toilet is tiny too. A big-sized guy like me would hit the wall or the basin when I changed inside the toilet. There are no traditional toilet paper dispenser. Instead, what was installed was a tissue paper in a cylindrical container where you pulled down piece by piece. This was installed by the mirror behind you if you used the bowl, so it was pretty inconvenient. The water strength of the tap and showers were good. Toiletries and towels were provided and replenished/changed daily. The bed was comfortable but only one pillow was provided and the pillow was thin. The air-con is pretty strong and given the small size of the rooms, the room was cooled pretty quickly. There is no wardrobe but an open-style hanging system was used with 6 hangers. Coffee and tea was provided as well as a kettle. The mini-fridge was great! The strength was great and chilled my drinks quickly. One really bad thing about Hotel Boss is that they have pretty thin walls. I could hear the muffled sounds of my next-door neighbours talking and the sound of the TV. There were some shouting two doors down and that was audible. Had to call the staff up to handle and they did a pretty good job. The in-room telephone wasn't working well and I could not hear anything after 2 calls down to the reception but they sent a guy up after that to make sure things were good. Breakfast was provided and served at their 4th floor Halal-certified restaurant. It was a choice between a Chinese or Western set. Serving was great with the typical breakfast items, in addition to yogurt, bread and cereal with milk. There were queues at certain times of breakfast (after 9.30am) but that was probably due to the high occupancy rate. All in all, I believe the Triple Room I stayed in was too cosy for 3 adults. I loved the service and condition of the room. It was convenient to get to a lot of places. However, one thing to note is that they would locked the front doors (facing Victoria Street) from 9pm-5am and you would have to access via it's drop-off point (facing Syed Alwi Road and Kallang River).
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FromUS$56

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