Most travelers are used to lowering their expectations when staying at affordable hostels, but some of them can be a pleasant surprise. That’s the case with Adler Hostel, a boutique hostel in Singapore that’s affordable and classy at the same time.
This vibrant and cozy hostel is located along the South Bridge Road in Singapore’s Chinatown, and it perfectly encapsulates the spirit of this lively neighborhood. Prices for a stay in dorm rooms start at around $20 per night, but they vary depending on the type of room and the season.
Adler Hostel was built on the site of an old pawn shop and a teahouse, and it perfectly merges the social aspect of backpacker hostels with the comfort levels of classic boutique hotels. If you’re a fan of all things retro, you’ll feel right at home at this lovely spot, filled with antique furniture sourced from all around the world.
Bunk beds at this place look more lavish than at a majority of hostels in a similar price range, but its lounge is actually its strongest suit. In addition to looking like a vintage oasis, it’s also a great place to start your morning with a fresh cup of coffee or tea.