Agoda Hero Banner

Chinatown hotels & places to stay

Search to compare prices and discover great deals with free cancellation

10 best hotels in Chinatown

Star rating
Review score
Our top picks
Lowest price first
Nearest to
Best reviewed
BEAT. Arts Hostel @ Chinatown
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Check-in/out [express]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Check-in [24-hour]
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Bar
  8. Laundry service
"iStay Inn was an amazing experience. At first when looking at the pictures, I was unsure, because of the artwork on the wall. But once I got there, it had a very quint feeling to it, just felt like staying at a friend's place. Don't be fooled by the 'urban art', this was just a theme to the hostel and the rooms were white and clean. The staff was amazing and very friendly, I ended up becoming friends with the owner of the hostel. She's an amazing person and always there to help. Makes an effort to make sure you have a good stay at the hostel. The people I met at the hostel were great also, they were very respectful of the after 11pm quiet time. At night, you can just sit outside (like a balcony), and just chat with other travellers. It was pretty cool. The room itself was very clean and air-conditioned. It was sufficient room for me (solo) and it had lockers, bed lamp and outlet plug for each bed. I stayed in a room with no windows which I liked because it was quiet, but even the windowed rooms were pretty quiet (the hostel was away from all the bars). Location, you can't beat this location, it's at the prime area in Chinatown, and you're walking distance from Club st. (The street with bars and restaurants). Even though, you're one street off Club st., I couldn't hear any noise from that street. And you definitely couldn't hear any noise from Chinatown. Facilities, the washroom was very clean and the showers were fine. Don't expect it to be luxurious, it just has the basics soap / shampoo. For breakfast, there was free fruit and bread which you can use to toast, and some peanut butter and jam. Nothing fancy, it was sufficient. I think for what you pay for, it's a great deal. My criteria's for choosing a hostel was that it was clean, quiet and location, and iStay Inn satisfied all 3. Thanks for making my experience in Singapore memorable. If I plan to come back, I'll definitely stay at iStay Inn again! "
Show more
7.7

Very good

2152 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 56
Dorsett Singapore
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Car park
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Fitness center
  6. Swimming pool [outdoor]
  7. Bicycles
  8. Luggage storage
"From the very first interaction with staff we were very pleasantly surprised. Driveway staff were helpful, check in staff were magnificent - Manager even accompanied us to our room with the bellboy. That attentiveness from all staff continued throughout our stay. As a newer hotel in Chinatown some taxi drivers were unsure of where it was, but that never turned into a problem. Location on the edge of Chinatown is great. And free internet actually worked at high speed!"
Show more
8.2

Excellent

11026 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 167
Mondrian Singapore Duxton
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Fitness center
  7. Swimming pool [outdoor]
  8. Coffee shop
"The associates and concierge were really friendly"
8.9

Excellent

541 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 291
Chic Capsules
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Check-in/out [express]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Game room
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Laundry service
  8. Safety deposit boxes
"ROOM: the room is nice.. i'm 184cm tall, and i can still sit upright on my bed.. if i lay on my bed, there's still around 20cm spaces left.. enough for you to put your bag, toileteries, etc.. for a person weighted around 230 pounds, the upper capsule is fine.. you don't have to worry about your weight.. the ladder to climb into the upper capsule is steady.. and surprisingly, others who occupy other capsules in my room are so considerate with the noise, with the exception of snore.. Bathroom: Well, coming from an Asia country, i don't find any problems with the wet toilet since it's common for us.. and for those who have problem with it, just adapt with the situation.. if you like something nice like in your home bathroom, just stay in your house.. learn to multitask, use the toilet when you do-the-unmentionable-things while you're washing your body.. there's a hairdryer, a electrical socket if you need to use it for your shaver.. service: this is the best part of this hotel.. Desmond was very helpful.. He gave me lot of recommendations for me to get my prefered meals, and where to buy cheap snacks.. their sandwiches (1st day tuna sandwich & kaya sandwich, 2nd day ham+tomatoes sandwich & kaya sandwich) + cereals + fruits + coffee are more than enough to last until lunch.. HOW TO GET HERE: in Chinatown MRT: take exit A, and when you're out from the station, go to main street behind you, turn right, walk straight, and you will see the "mosque street" sign, turn right.. walk straight until you can see the logo of Jang Myon Korean Restaurant, the hotel is located on the right side of the road, diagonally across the korean restaurant. the chinese food around here, you can find on chinatown complex, 2nd floor.. there are around 200 stalls there.. pick what you want.. or you can find it on maxwell food centre. this is the location of the famous Tian Tian Hainan Chicken Rice.. sure i will back here again when i visit Singapore alone! "
Show more
8.6

Excellent

3499 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 32
Furama City Centre Hotel
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Fitness center
  7. Luggage storage
  8. Cash withdrawal
"I booked this hotel for a stopover for 3 nights. My room was great, big and by the looks of things, recently refurbished with glassed off wetroom/bathroom and big window. My only criticism of the room (and possibly every room although I don't know) was that it was a tiny bit damp. I've experienced that a lot in hot countries including Australia and Malta (even in 5 star hotels) so it's not the fault of the hotel necessarily. It was totally clean and well-looked after but if you are sensitive to it with Asthma or the like, perhaps not the most perfect choice. Otherwise, it was great. Good buffet breakfast too. Although they could get a better white wine choice at the bar. Only one choice and it was a sweet one. Blah. The location, for me, was perfect. A hop, skip and a jump to Chinatown, across the road from a non-glitzy shopping mall with food courts called People's Park which I loved. That was full of massage places, frame shops for cheap glasses and some great food - especially directly across the road from the hotel at a little outside food place called Cafe 168 (i think) I ate much better and far cheaper there than I did in the outside food street stalls in Chinatown which were really overpriced. It's also a 10-15 min walk straight down Cross St to Lau Pa Sat, a beautiful old colonial building housing countless hawker stalls. It's famous, good and cheap, worth a visit. The hotel is also super-close to Chinatown MRT stop which is about 3 direct stops to Little India and other connections. All in all, a good choice for me and I would go back. "
Show more
7.8

Very good

13610 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 229
Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel @ Chinatown
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Breakfast [free]
  5. Car park [on-site]
  6. Contactless check-in/out
  7. Bar
  8. Laundry service
"The hostel was pretty easy to locate as it was only about 3 minutes away from the Chinatown MRT. It is also located nearby the must sees in Chinatown and there is even a food court nearby though I'd suggest walking to Maxwell Hawker Center for cheap eats. Though this is a hostel, it has hotel standards in terms of cleanliness and facilities. The washrooms were always clean, there were shoe lockers outside the room and luggage lockers under your capsule. You're given a key card to enter your room and open your locker so security wasn't an issue. The capsules itself were very comfortable, though it would've been better if you could control the temperature in your capsule. The curtains provided good privacy. There's free breakfast and they have cheap beers for guests. The staff were really friendly and accommodating, answering any questions you might have. Though as a solo traveller, I found it hard to meet other people as no one really hung out in the common areas that much. Overall, excellent staff, good location, and clean and secure facilities. It felt like I was staying at a hotel. I would highly recommend this place for people to stay at. Even though it's on the pricier side compared to other hostels, it's definitely worth paying for."
Show more
8.7

Excellent

3462 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 87
ST Signature Chinatown
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Check-in/out [express]
  3. Check-in [24-hour]
  4. Safety deposit boxes
  5. Wi-Fi in public areas
  6. Family room
  7. Shared kitchen
  8. Convenience store
"Made for the hassle-free traveler, ST Signature really makes it easy for anyone to book, check-in, stay, and check-out - without even having to meet a single staff at the hotel throughout your stay. While you could do that, it's the personal touch of the friendly hosts (I received a personal tour of the property; thank you Mark!) and the opportunity to interact and make new connections with other guests that make it a wonderful place to stay. The hotel has all the necessities for a simple stay: clean beds, well-stocked bathrooms, a shared cooking lab (kitchen) with fresh coffee for the caffeine needy, etc. Location-wise, the hotel is also located a stone's throw away from Chinatown MRT, and is surrounded by enough eateries, points of interests, and malls to keep you busy. If a place to rest for the day is all you need and you don't mind the concept of shared living (cohabitation in some form), then ST Signature is perfect."
Show more
8.2

Excellent

914 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 90
Hotel 1900 @ Chinatown
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Laundry service
  7. Restaurants
  8. Safety deposit boxes
"Yes the room is small, but they put everything you need in that tiny room. There is a toiletries set provided to you daily, hair dryer, water boiler, LCD TV, locker, hangers and distilled water. The toilet is actually larger than I expected. The best thing about this hotel is its perfect location. Only 3 minutes walk from the MRT station. There are many shops and restaurants just downstairs. The famous Chinatown Yakun and Spizza are 10 minutes walk from the hotel. The corridors and rooms are a bit dark but for me it is acceptable. It is a little noise coming from the construction site near by. Yet, my Singaporean friend said this hotel is relatively expensive for a hotel in Chinatown."
Show more
8.5

Excellent

1827 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 140
Hotel Mono
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Contactless check-in/out
  5. Laundry service
  6. Safety deposit boxes
  7. Concierge
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"Conveniently located in the heart of Singapore Chinatown, Hotel Mono is the answer to the budget-conscious and design savvy traveller. Only in its third week of operations, I found the pricing competitive, rooms comfortable (and clean!) and service attentive - already planning a visit back!"
Show more
8.3

Excellent

4041 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 140
The Southbridge Hotel
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Bar
  5. Laundry service
  6. Restaurants
  7. Safety deposit boxes
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"Excellent. I have stayed at the best 5 star hotels in Singapore on Orchard Road but got tired of paying $250 per night. The Southbridge is very cheap by comparison but much better. It is in a beautifully converted old shophouse, but done up internally in a stylish and modern way, everything new and clean. Only a few months open so new beds, new bedding, new bathroom fittings, flat screen TV, free wifi, etc. Very friendly staff. Very secure. Need a key to use the elevator both up and down, and an electronic room safe for passport, etc. There is a nice bar with boutique beers at street level. It is 1 min walk to Chinatown MRT and so one can easily travel the whole island from there. It is also 1 min to the famous Chinatown restaurants and bars not to mention an Islamic Mosque, a Hindu Temple and a Bhuddist temple. Surprisingly, it is also very quiet, the windows seem to be double glazed so very little noise. There is also a 24/7 self service laundry only 5 mins walk away in Sago Lane. I would recommend this hotel to anyone and will stay there again. I was in a single room, there alone, on business, so I don't know what the rooms for couples and families are like. But I would be surprised if they were not as good as my room. If I had one complaint it is that they need cable TV. The TV has about 8 channels but about 6 of them dedicated to sport. I find sport boring and so had very little to watch when I wanted to chill out at the end of a night of Chinatown dining."
Show more
8

Excellent

4666 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 106

Where to stay in Chinatown


Just viewed by other Agoda travelers


Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Chinatown?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Chinatown is USD 100. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Chinatown is USD 160. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Chinatown is USD 239.

What's the average price of a hotel in Chinatown this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Chinatown this weekend is USD 92. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Chinatown this weekend is USD 156. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Chinatown this weekend is USD 223.

What's the average price of a hotel in Chinatown tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Chinatown tonight is USD 97. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Chinatown tonight is USD 147. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Chinatown tonight is USD 250.

What are the best hotels in Chinatown near Chinatown?

Verified travelers to Chinatown who stayed near Chinatown have given top reviews to The Assembly Place @ Mayo - Check in 10am, Check out 3pm, Creston Suites Balestier and Social Inn Dickson Road Apt.

What are the best hotels in Chinatown near Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum?

Verified travelers to Chinatown who stayed near Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum have given top reviews to The Assembly Place @ Mayo - Check in 10am, Check out 3pm, Creston Suites Balestier and Social Inn Dickson Road Apt.

What are the best hotels in Chinatown near Maxwell Food Centre?

Verified travelers to Chinatown who stayed near Maxwell Food Centre have given top reviews to The Assembly Place @ Mayo - Check in 10am, Check out 3pm, Creston Suites Balestier and Social Inn Dickson Road Apt.

What are the most popular hotels in Chinatown?

Some of our most popular hotels in Chinatown are Dorsett Singapore, Butternut Tree Hotel and Hotel 1900 @ Chinatown.

What are the best hotels in Chinatown for couples?

Hotels in Chinatown that are highly rated by couples include Dorsett Singapore, Furama City Centre Hotel and Butternut Tree Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Chinatown for families?

Hotels in Chinatown that are highly rated by families include Dorsett Singapore, Furama City Centre Hotel and Butternut Tree Hotel.

What hotels in Chinatown have the best views?

Verified travelers to Chinatown have given top reviews for the views at Furama City Centre Hotel, Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel and Fernloft City Hostel - Chinatown.

What hotels in Chinatown have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Chinatown have given top reviews for the breakfast at The Bohemian, Rucksack Inn @ Temple Street and Beary Best! Chinatown.

Show more questions

In and around Chinatown



More about Chinatown

Discover the Best Things to Do in Chinatown, Singapore

Chinatown in Singapore is a vibrant and bustling neighborhood that is steeped in history and culture. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city, and for good reason. There are plenty of exciting things to see and do in Chinatown, from exploring the colorful streets to sampling the delicious local cuisine. One of the most popular attractions in Chinatown is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum. This stunning temple is home to a sacred relic of the Buddha, and it is a must-visit for anyone interested in Buddhist culture and history. The temple is also home to a fascinating museum that showcases the history of Buddhism in Singapore. Another popular attraction in Chinatown is the Sri Mariamman Temple. This beautiful Hindu temple is the oldest in Singapore, and it is a must-visit for anyone interested in Hindu culture and history. The temple is known for its stunning architecture and intricate carvings, and it is a great place to learn more about Singapore's rich cultural heritage. For those looking for a more modern experience, the Chinatown Street Market is a must-visit. This bustling market is home to a wide range of stalls selling everything from souvenirs to street food. It is a great place to pick up some unique gifts and souvenirs, or simply to soak up the vibrant atmosphere of Chinatown.

Explore the Fascinating Culture of Chinatown, Singapore

Chinatown is a melting pot of cultures and traditions, and it is a great place to learn more about Singapore's rich cultural heritage. One of the best ways to explore the culture of Chinatown is to take a walking tour of the neighborhood. There are plenty of tour companies that offer guided tours of Chinatown, and these tours are a great way to learn more about the history and culture of the area. Another great way to explore the culture of Chinatown is to visit some of the neighborhood's many temples and shrines. These beautiful buildings are home to a wide range of religious traditions, from Buddhism to Taoism to Hinduism. They are a great place to learn more about the religious and cultural traditions of Singapore. For those interested in the arts, the Chinatown Heritage Centre is a must-visit. This fascinating museum is home to a wide range of exhibits that showcase the history and culture of Chinatown. It is a great place to learn more about the lives of the early Chinese immigrants who settled in Singapore, and to gain a deeper understanding of Singapore's rich cultural heritage.

Uncover the Best Places to Stay in Vibrant Chinatown

Chinatown is home to a wide range of hotels and accommodations, from budget-friendly hostels to luxurious five-star hotels. One of the most popular hotels in the area is the Hotel 1900 @ Chinatown. This charming hotel is located in the heart of Chinatown, and it is a great choice for travelers looking for a comfortable and affordable place to stay. Another popular hotel in Chinatown is the Furama City Centre Hotel (SG Clean Certified). This luxurious hotel is located just a short walk from the Chinatown MRT station, and it is a great choice for travelers looking for a bit of luxury during their stay in Singapore. For those looking for something a bit more boutique, the Dorsett Singapore is a great choice. This stylish hotel is located in the heart of Chinatown, and it is known for its chic design and comfortable rooms. Other popular hotels in Chinatown include the Porcelain Hotel by JL Asia and The Southbridge Hotel. Both of these hotels are known for their excellent service and comfortable accommodations, and they are a great choice for travelers looking for a memorable stay in Chinatown.

Experience the Gastronomic Delights of Chinatown, Singapore

Chinatown is known for its delicious and diverse cuisine, and it is a great place to sample some of Singapore's most iconic dishes. One of the most popular dishes in Chinatown is the famous Hainanese chicken rice. This simple yet delicious dish is made with tender poached chicken and fragrant rice, and it is a must-try for anyone visiting Singapore. Another popular dish in Chinatown is the char kway teow. This savory noodle dish is made with stir-fried rice noodles, shrimp, and Chinese sausage, and it is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. For those with a sweet tooth, the egg tarts at Tong Heng Confectionery are a must-try. These delicious tarts are made with a flaky pastry crust and a rich egg custard filling, and they are a great way to end a meal in Chinatown.

Travel Tips for Visiting Chinatown, Singapore

If you're planning a trip to Chinatown in Singapore, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First and foremost, be sure to wear comfortable shoes. Chinatown is a great place to explore on foot, but the streets can be crowded and uneven, so comfortable shoes are a must. Another important tip is to bring plenty of sunscreen and water. Singapore can be hot and humid, especially during the summer months, so it's important to stay hydrated and protected from the sun. If you're planning to visit some of the temples and shrines in Chinatown, be sure to dress modestly and remove your shoes before entering. It's also important to be respectful of worshippers and avoid taking photos during religious ceremonies.

Book Your Chinatown Hotel with Agoda for an Unforgettable Stay

If you're planning a trip to Chinatown in Singapore, be sure to book your hotel with Agoda. Agoda offers a wide range of hotels and accommodations in Chinatown, from budget-friendly hostels to luxurious five-star hotels. Booking your hotel with Agoda is easy and hassle-free, and you can rest assured that you're getting the best possible price. Agoda also offers a range of exclusive deals and discounts for travelers, so you can save even more on your Chinatown hotel.

When is the Best Time to Visit Chinatown, Singapore?

The best time to visit Chinatown in Singapore is during the Chinese New Year celebrations. This vibrant and colorful festival takes place in late January or early February, and it is a great time to experience the culture and traditions of Chinatown. Another great time to visit Chinatown is during the Mid-Autumn Festival. This festival takes place in September or October, and it is a great time to sample some of the delicious mooncakes that are popular during this time of year.

How to Get to Chinatown, Singapore: Your Ultimate Guide

Getting to Chinatown in Singapore is easy and convenient. The neighborhood is located in the heart of the city, and it is easily accessible by public transportation. The easiest way to get to Chinatown is by MRT. The Chinatown MRT station is located on the North-East Line, and it is just a short walk from the heart of Chinatown. If you're coming from the airport, you can take the MRT to the Chinatown station or take a taxi or private car service. Taxis and private car services are readily available at the airport, and they offer a convenient and hassle-free way to get to Chinatown.

Discover the Best Ways to Travel Around Chinatown, Singapore

Chinatown is a great neighborhood to explore on foot, but there are plenty of other ways to get around as well. One popular option is to take a trishaw ride. These colorful and iconic vehicles are a great way to explore the streets of Chinatown, and they offer a unique and memorable experience. Another popular way to get around Chinatown is by bicycle. There are plenty of bike rental shops in the neighborhood, and cycling is a great way to explore the area at your own pace. Finally, the MRT is a convenient and easy way to get around Singapore, and it offers easy access to other popular neighborhoods and attractions in the city.