Agoda Hero Banner

Find hotels near Chinatown in Singapore, Singapore

122 vacation rentals and hotels available now

11 best hotels in Chinatown

Star rating
Review score
Our top picks
Lowest price first
Nearest to
Best reviewed
Porcelain Hotel by JL Asia (SG Clean and Staycation Approved)
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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
7.3

Very good

13298 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 88
Butternut Tree Hotel (SG Clean Certification)
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"the location is near Outram Park MRT Station and it is only takes a few minutes of walking distance to reach chinatown point and other chinatown heritage attractions. There is a lot of restaurants near the hotels. The room is clean and tidy, it will be better if skylight room have larger space to walk. The staffs are friendly and helpful."
Show more
7.8

Very good

1408 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 73
The Southbridge Hotel
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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

3255 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 95
Furama City Centre Hotel (SG Clean Certified)
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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

8142 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 204
Hotel Mono - (SG Clean Certified)
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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

2108 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 127
Coller Boutique Hostel-SG Clean Certified
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"Excellent service and staff has good memory of guest's preferences."
7.2

Very good

40 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 80
Chic Capsules
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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
8.8

Excellent

2031 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 29
Nostalgia Hotel (SG Clean Certified)
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"stayed here with a friend and they made us very very welcome. the room was small but comfortable and clean with good bathroom and great shower. we did have a window but shutters would not open-a shame as i like to see the view! no other quibbles, though, the location in tiong bahru is excellent-a quiet neighbourhood, really interesting to walk around. a short walk to chinatown or to the mrt. one of the reasons for choosing the hotel was its proximity (just over the road) to tiong bahru market with its famous food centre. this certainly did not disappoint! some of the best food i've ever tasted and a nice open setting to eat it in. the everyday market downstairs is also well worth a look. for swimmers or even non-swimmers there is a lovely pool terrace on the roof of the hotel with a view over the trees and the surrounding area. would definitely recommend the nostalgia if you'd like a taste of old style suburban singapore."
Show more
8.1

Excellent

1839 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 125
Royal Hostel Singapore
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"Arrived at 7am to check in. Was so tired, I was crossing my fingers that the check in will not take long. And it was real quick. thank god. Crash on the bed and slept all the way through the afternoon until its time to get up to head out for Zoukout. Stayed here for 4 days and it was great. If you are afraid that you need to walk awhile to ind food. No worries. Its just a stone throw away (well... you dont even need to throw the stone. Just drop it). But if you're a light sleeper, you might not like this place. The hawker food downstairs is quite noisy. I didnt sleep much. I came back from Zoukout at 6am and only slept up to 10am due to the noise. Bathrooms are quite limited. Theres only 2 rooms (unisex) for our dorm to share. And it was a full house that week. So prepare to wait. Or beat everyone else to it. Showers were quite small though... but its a B&B and its in Chinatown. I guess thats given. Beds were really comfortable. and clean. But thats all to it. Nothing else to brag about. Just good enough for a good rest and catch up on Zs. Location is super great. If this is your first time in Singapore, this is the best area to stay. Then explore around this area. People's Park Complex (where all the cheap hawker stalls are) is just a few minutes walk away. Train station is just around the corner as well. Theres a Chinese Museum just 5 minutes walk away (if you're into that sort of thing) and its FREE. "
Show more
7.9

Very good

836 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 67
Dorsett Singapore
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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
8.3

Excellent

6631 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 152
Porcelain Hotel by JL Asia (SG Clean and Staycation Approved)
Chinatown,Chinatown - View on map
"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
7.3

Very good

13298 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 88

Discover the neighborhoods of 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 78.77. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Chinatown is USD 149.84. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Chinatown is USD 453.51.

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 80.52. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Chinatown this weekend is USD 146.6. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Chinatown this weekend is USD 465.2.

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

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Chinatown tonight is USD 73.79. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Chinatown tonight is USD 170.95. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Chinatown tonight is USD 447.31.

What are the best hotels in Chinatown near Chinatown?

Verified travelers to Chinatown who stayed near Chinatown have given top reviews to Comfy Studio 7 by ReCharge, Creston Suites Balestier and Citadines Raffles Place Singapore.

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 Comfy Studio 7 by ReCharge, Creston Suites Balestier and Citadines Raffles Place Singapore.

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 Comfy Studio 7 by ReCharge, Creston Suites Balestier and Citadines Raffles Place Singapore.

What are the most popular hotels in Chinatown?

Some of our most popular hotels in Chinatown are Dorsett Singapore, Hotel Mono - (SG Clean Certified) and ST Signature Chinatown(SG Clean Certified).

What are the best hotels in Chinatown for couples?

Hotels in Chinatown that are highly rated by couples include Porcelain Hotel by JL Asia (SG Clean and Staycation Approved), Furama City Centre Hotel (SG Clean Certified) and Butternut Tree Hotel (SG Clean Certification).

What are the best hotels in Chinatown for families?

Hotels in Chinatown that are highly rated by families include Porcelain Hotel by JL Asia (SG Clean and Staycation Approved), Furama City Centre Hotel (SG Clean Certified) and Butternut Tree Hotel (SG Clean Certification).

What hotels in Chinatown have the best views?

Verified travelers to Chinatown have given top reviews for the views at Furama City Centre Hotel (SG Clean Certified), Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel (SG Clean Certified) 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, Beary Best! Chinatown and Chic Capsules.

Show more questions

In and around Chinatown




More about Chinatown

Chinatown is one of Singapore’s most popular tourist destinations. It overflows with souvenir markets and affordable restaurants and karaoke bars that stay open late. It doubles as a genuine community of Chinese residents, many of whom live in colonial-era shophouses. Some of the most interesting hotels in Chinatown are housed in these same heritage buildings.

To gain a better understanding of how the Chinese community helped to build Singapore, guests can visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre between South Bridge and New Bridge roads. It occupies three shophouses, with each floor dedicated to a period in Chinatown history. Another interesting attraction is Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum. It’s housed in a modern, pagoda-like building and features dozens of exhibits on Buddhism and Chinese culture.

Away from the museums, the real cultural attractions in Chinatown are right on the street. Merchant stalls on Temple Street and Pagoda Street are brimming with trinkets and souvenirs, while the antique markets on South Bridge Road have more to offer serious collectors. Head over to Smith Street for an enticing selection of food stalls serving Chinese noodles and other fast meals.

The only business-oriented hotels in Chinatown are next to the Ministry of Manpower office building northeast of Pearl’s Hill City Park. Otherwise, Chinatown caters mostly to budget travelers who favor cultural activities and affordable nightlife over posh amenities.