I’ve decided to curate a list of tips on how to find cheap hotels in Singapore so travelers can use their savings from hotel fees to spend on other activities like shopping and theme parks
Singapore (PRWEB) November 08, 2013
Despite what you might think, you do not have to spend a fortune to stay at a four or five-star hotel. BudgetHotels.sg, a hotel guide platform specializing in budget hotels in Singapore, brings you seven tips for finding cheap hotels for less than $100 per night in Singapore. With these tips, travelers can trim hotel costs and make the most from their stay in Singapore.
Singapore has become an expensive travel destination in Asia due to a confluence of strong economy and strengthening currency over the recent years. This comes without a surprise as the recent Worldwide Cost of Living 2013 survey conducted by London-based Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) ranked Singapore as the sixth most expensive city in the world.
These tips are not exclusive to specific websites and travelers can easily apply these tips on popular hotel booking engines such as Agoda or Booking.com.
“As a local expert, I know there is an abundance of cheap accommodation in Singapore that travelers may not be aware of. Hence, I’ve decided to curate a list of tips on how to find cheap hotels in Singapore so travelers can use their savings from hotel fees to spend on other activities like shopping and theme parks”, commented Danny Lee, founder of BudgetHotels.sg.
Here is a roundup of the seven tips:
1. When you book matters – certain months of the year are considered off-peak in Singapore when hotel rates can be heavily discounted up to 60%.
2. Which day you check-in is important – misinformed travelers may not be aware that room rates can be much lower if you check-in on certain days of the week.
3. Which district you stay in Singapore matters too – it will determine if you are going to pay more than $100 per night for a room.
4. Which hotel to stay at – certain budget hotel chains in Singapore offer decent rooms with practical amenities such as free WiFi for less than $100 per night.
5. Stay at alternative source of hotel rooms – there exist another class of accommodation with cheap rooms that most travelers are not aware of.
6. Reduce booking fees with reward points – certain hotel booking sites offer generous points system to reward traveler’s loyalty that can be used to offset future hotel booking fees.
7. Get more reward points to reduce booking fees – travelers can easily earn additional reward points by writing short hotel reviews.
For the more details on these seven money saving tips, please visit http://www.budgethotels.sg/cheap-hotels-in-singapore-agoda/.
Created specially to cater to budget travelers looking for cheap hotels in Singapore, BudgetHotels.sg is a portal that’s the first-of-its-kind in Singapore and Asia. Not only does the site bring together a compilation of affordable hotels in Singapore with key information like the location of nearby MRT train stations, food outlets and shopping options, it also offers sightseeing suggestions and tips tailored for budget business and leisure travelers.