Staying in a regular hotel can be costly for some people. Thankfully, there has been a significant rise in capsule hotels that are particularly ideal for budget-conscious travellers and backpackers. Which brings us the Top 10 Capsule Hotels in Singapore that comes highly recommended.
Recently established in February 2019, The11room has all the essential amenities under one roof. This includes a complimentary WiFi and breakfast, luggage storage/lockers and laundry facilities. Guests can expect well-equipped single and double rooms including the likes of air conditioning, shared bathroom, kitchen and coffee/tea maker. The11room is also conveniently located within the Kallang district, where it only takes a breezy 3-minute walk from Kallang MRT station.
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2) Galaxy PODS Chinatown
Guests can look forward to Galaxy Pods’ space-inspired pod bed that comes complete with an individually-controlled air conditioning system. If that’s not enough, each pod is well-equipped with the likes of USB charging ports, universal sockets, reading light and even a wall-mounted flat-screen TV. Galaxy Pods doesn’t skimp on their capsule hotel’s facilities as well, where guests can refresh themselves with a cup of coffee or water, thanks to the 24-hour shared pantry. Other amenities like free WiFi and luggage storage are also available.
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3) Circular House Capsule Hotel
Unbeatable prices, comfy beds, well-maintained facilities — these are among the praiseworthy reviews from some of the satisfied guests who used to book the Circular House Capsule Hotel. Not to mention the hotel is close to town while it only takes you a short walking distance from Clarke Quay or Raffles MRT station. Guests who stay in the hotel can expect essential facilities like free WiFi, lockers, laundry and shared lounge area.
4) Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel at Chinatown
Cube’s range of single and queen capsules are equipped with must-have essentials such as universal sockets and luggage storage. Expect a good night’s sleep on the comfy bed, thanks to its thick mattress with 250 thread-count linens. The capsules even come with reading lights, mood lightings and fold-down tables whenever you need them. Need a place to sit back and chill with a drink? There are plenty of places you can go nearby the Chinatown area or simply settle at Cube’s very own in-house bar.
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It’s old-school meets modernity at DreamLodge in Lavender Street, with minimalist pods housed within the 1950s-era shophouse. Guests can look forward to well-equipped pods such as orthopaedic mattresses, privacy curtains, LED reading lights and international power sockets. Other essential facilities provided in this hotel include complimentary breakfast, high-speed WiFi network and hairdryer use. DreamLodge is equally well-connected with public transport, where Lavender and Bendemeer MRT stations are only within a few walking distances.
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6) Chic Capsule Otel
Words like “convenient” and “strategic” are best described for Chic Capsule Otel, which is located just 200 metres from Chinatown MRT station. Their capsule beds are both comfortable and well-furnished, with high-quality mattresses, personal Android smart TVs and complimentary high-speed WiFi connection. Guests can also look forward to special ticket discounts for famous tourist attractions such as Gardens by the Bay and Universal Studios Singapore.
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7) Adler Hostel & Coffee Bar
This family-run Adler Hostel comes well-equipped with air-conditioned dormitory rooms and excellent amenities like free WiFi, lockers, luggage storage and 24-hour front desk service. Every room has its own personal sleeping space, complete with a super single mattress, universal power socket and reading light. Guests can also sit back and relax with a cup of freshly-brewed coffee and light snacks at Adler’s in-house coffee bar.
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8) Thad’s Boutique Hostel
More than just your average capsule hotel, Thad’s is primarily known for being the first “sociatel” in Singapore. The word itself is basically a combination of social and hostel, where like-minded guests can socialise and get to know each other. And true to its name, Thad’s comes equipped with a private open terrace and alcove. They also take pride in providing comfortable personal sleeping spaces, with premium-quality mattresses, private combination lockers and universal sockets provided for every bed. Other amenities you can expect from Thad’s include a 24-hour CCTV, shared pantry, hairdryers as well as free WiFi and breakfast.
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9) 7 Wonders Capsule & Cafe
Expect well-fitted capsules when you stay at 7 Wonders Hostel in either Jalan Besar or Little India branch. This includes the likes of reading light, universal power socket, personal locker, computer tray and privacy curtain. Essential facilities like free WiFi, luggage storage, laundry and complimentary breakfast are also available for your convenience. They also provide value-added services such as shuttle service, tourist SIM cards and discounted attraction tickets at the hostel’s front desk.
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10) The Pod Boutique Capsule Hotel
The Pod prides itself in bringing comfort, style and quality altogether to ensure their guests a pleasant stay. Both single and queen pods are available for respective needs, where guests can look forward to the comfy mattress and personal working space. Alternatively, female visitors can even opt for ladies-only pods. And did we mention most of the facilities are free of charges? This includes the likes of free WiFi, breakfast, coffee as well as wash & dry services and even local calls.
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That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.