Parc Sovereign Hotel - Parc Sovereign is one of the mid-tier class hotels in the city. It is one of the more affordable hotels in Singapore that seeks to give guests the perfect mix of comfortable accommodation at a reasonable value. Parc Sovereign is located in the Arts, Culture, Learning and Entertainment hub of Singapore, so you can explore many at galleries and museums while you're in the area. You are also within easy reach to Little India and Chinatown, which helps you save on transportation costs too. Choose between Executive, Deluxe and Family rooms with complimentary in-room Wi-Fi access and cable TV.
Naumi Liora Hotel - Located along Keong Saik Road, this eccentric yet beautiful hotel once used to be shophouses in Chinatown. Containing 79 rooms, this hotel also includes a gym, a restaurant and a bar. You'll be able to find affordable accommodations at their top floor rooms, which are roomier than most rooms in other hotels with the same price range.
The Pod - If you're looking for the ultimate in affordable accommodations, this will appeal to the backpacker in you. The Pod is a step up from hostels. They are dorms with "pods" that have everything you might need- writing table, locker, and blinds for privacy. There is a communal lounge and kitchen, and they even have computer terminals for your use. Other perks include local calls, towels and dry cleaning. If you're looking to "rough it" then this is it!
Klapsons - For an affordable hotel with character, go to Klapsons. Located in the heart of the Singapore Central Business District, it is considered a designer hotel with only 17 rooms. You'll fall in love with the kitschy, mismatched decor that seems to just work. Each room is designed individually. Their restaurant serves free late-night bowls of noodles for munchies, and their sky bar is well-known for a decent happy hour.
The Club - Are you looking to get in on the Singapore nightlife? The Club, located at Ann Siang Road, is also neat one of the sections of Singapore crawling with bars, bistros and clubs. The hotel itself is pretty kitschy, with a cafe at the ground floor which plays live jazz on the weekends. There are 22 bedrooms at The Club, with (what else) an outdoor lounge bar and restaurant at the roof deck.