Take a look at the most romantic hotels in Rochor.
The prime location next to popular Little India is the stand-out feature at the mid-range chain hotel Village Hotel Albert Court by Far East Hospitality. The area is packed with bars and restaurants, and two subway stations are both less than 10 minutes away on foot. Rooms are simple and classic, though some elements can be tired. Each comes with the expected amenities of flat-screen TVs, air-conditioning, and minibars. The lobby bar serves drinks and light snacks and international and local cuisine is provided at the restaurant. Note that the buffet breakfast costs extra in the lower-priced rooms. There's a fitness center and two indoor hot tubs, though no swimming pool. Another good choice is Moon 23 Hotel: a more stylish and intimate property with trendy rooms in Little India.
The Daulat Hotel is a small upper-middle-range boutique in the vibrant Little India neighborhood, near dining and nightlife. Its 16 rooms are packed with amenities, from Nespresso machines to 42-inch flat-screen TVs; mosaic tiled bathrooms have rainfall showers. The standard rooms are cramped and noise from neighboring bars can rage late into the night, but by day, the little rooftop pool and garden terrace are the picture of urban tranquility. The lobby cafe isn't quite a full restaurant, but it serves Western cuisine and exotic Kopi Luwak coffee, along with free breakfast. It's worth comparing rates at the nearby design-heavy Wanderlust, which has similar amenities.
Wanderlust is an upscale boutique hotel for thrill seekers and design connoisseurs with unique interiors created by four different Singapore-based architecture firms -- one for each floor of the hotel. The result is an adult playground of sorts filled with wild art and fantastical rooms brimming with both character and amenities. Rooms range from tiny and capsule-like with bathrooms that lack privacy, to large loft-style units inspired by themes such as rocket ships and tree houses. Amenities include a rainbow-tiled hot tub in a quaint lawn outside next to a sun deck and there's a casual French restaurant where an included breakfast is served. The hotel feels slightly inaccessible as it's tucked away on a side street in Little India, but more adventurous travelers will be at home the colorful neighborhood.
The 64-room Sultan Hotel is a lovely boutique in the historic district of Kampong Glam. Though there are few hotels in the area (most tourists choose to stay in downtown or Chinatown), the location is within walking distance of numerous sights. Constructed from 10 historic shops, the hotel has attractive period details including arched doorways, wood-beamed ceilings, and latticework screens. The rooms, however, aren't quite as charming as the lobby or the on-site restaurant. Suites have some attractive features and design touches, and standard rooms are decorated in clean, contemporary decor of whites and light woods -- but they're small, and bathrooms are cramped. Amenities are modern, however, and include flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and espresso machines. Hotel highlights include the rooftop bar, and Pasha restaurant, serving Moroccan cuisine.
The Santa Grand Hotel Little India is a value hotel right in the middle of Singapore’s Little India neighborhood. The only other area of interest beyond the location are the 20 modern -- albeit small -- rooms with clean and contemporary bathrooms and top-notch amenities like flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and kettles. Unfortunately, there’s not much else to the hotel beyond free Wi-Fi, so don’t expect a gym or even breakfast. While budget travelers will appreciate the modern room digs and low prices at Santa Grand Hotel Little India, there are budget hotels in Singapore that offer more value for the same price. As an alternative, the Harbour Ville Hotel provides free cell phones per room, a gym, and snack bar for around the same rate.
Located on a busy street filled with hotels, shops, and restaurants, the three-pearl Hotel Bencoolen is a reasonable option for business travelers and tourists seeking convenience and value. This 84-room budget property is straightforward with small, spare rooms and dated bathrooms that could benefit from a good scrubbing. Breakfast included in the rates is a good mix of Asian and Western choices. There's small outdoor pool and an open-air gazebo on the second floor that houses a selection of cardio machines. Construction on a new metro station directly in front of the hotel creates noise and impedes pedestrian flow during daytime hours. Travelers might want to check out One Farrer Hotel & Spa, a chic, well-priced hotel with two spas and multiple dining options.