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30 Hotels in Singapore for Gay Travelers

Being such a popular destination Singapore is home to a huge number of world-class hotels. Unlike many other parts of Asia, Singapore is not a place to visit for affordable luxury. Hotel prices in Singapore are on par with some of the most expensive destinations in the world.

Most of Singapore’s luxury hotels are concentrated in the Central Business District, especially in the Quays area and around Chinatown. While the Quays has some of the city’s best trendy nightlife, the most beloved gay bars and clubs in town are in and around Neil Road in Chinatown. It’s up to you to choose what you prefer, but bear in mind that public transport links are abundant, so you’ll always be able to get around.

Our recommend gay Singaporean hotels, range from iconic modern skyscrapers to heritage colonial buildings, but are all exceptional in their facilities and service. Expect exceptional views, show-stopping fine dining, lush tropical gardens, and incomparably comfortable rooms.

Gay visitors to Singapore are unlikely to experience any problems checking into hotels. Singapore is a cosmopolitan international city with hotels and their employees used to and accepting of LGBT guests.

It’s worth highlighting that Singapore is one of the last remaining advanced economies where sex between two men is still illegal. While the law is not fully enforced gay visitors should be aware of local laws. Additionally, there are no anti-discrimination laws protecting LGBT+ citizens in Singapore however gay visitors are unlikely to experience any discrimination while visiting the city-state.

Most of the gay nightlife in Singapore is grouped in Chinatown, in and around Neil Road. There are plenty of excellent gay-friendly hotels and hostels in this area, which are perfect for making the most of gay Singapore. These range from luxury boutique stays to basic capsule hostels, so there’s something for every budget. Several of our picks are housed in traditional Chinatown shophouses, lending them a unique Singapore charm, and many of them cater to nomads and other long-stay visitors.

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Why we love it

♥ Great rooftop pool
♥ Excellent location for both sightseeing and gay nightlife
♥ Floor-to-ceiling windows in the rooms
♥ Buffet breakfast included in rate

The gay-friendly Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay boasts comfortable, modern accommodation by the Singapore River. Rooms are on the small side, but make up for this with floor-to-ceiling windows featuring awesome city views. The facilities are excellent, especially the rooftop swimming pool, fitness suite, and complimentary breakfast. The hotel is located in Clarke Quay, with the Chinatown gay nightlife just under a 20 minute walk away.

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Why we love it

♥ Basic clean accommodation
♥ Good for budget travelers
♥ Complimentary breakfast
♥ Great location for sightseeing and gay nightlife

Featuring a series of simple, all-white dorm rooms, this place is for those who just need a clean bed at the end of the day. The facilities are well-maintained, and the no-frills vibe of the place makes it a good choice if you’re on a budget. There is a complimentary breakfast served every morning and a nice outdoor terrace where you can mingle with other travelers. The Chinatown location is great for sightseeing, and the gay bars on Neil Road are just 5 minutes from the hostel.

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2/5
Why we love it

♥ Built-for-purpose cabin rooms
♥ Lovely common areas for work and play
♥ Great Chinatown location
♥ Simple modern style

Eighteen By Three Cabins consists of 18, well, cabins, each perfectly designed in a practical and minimalist style. They come in Single, Double, and Loft, the latter of which comes with a built-in workspace or vanity. It is worth mentioning that all the (perfectly maintained) bathrooms are shared. There is a cozy lounge and a pleasant terrace from which you can work or socialize. The location in Chinatown is perfect for sightseeing and for enjoying the gay nightlife, with Neil Road just a 10-minute walk away.

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Why we love it

♥ Very good value
♥ Super comfortable capsules
♥ Great for groups (everyone gets their privacy!)
♥ Walking distance to Chinatown gay nightlife

Featuring a series of simple, all-white dorm rooms, this place is for those who just need a clean bed at the end of the day. The facilities are well-maintained, and the no-frills vibe of the place makes it a good choice if you’re on a budget. There is a complimentary breakfast served every morning and a nice outdoor terrace where you can mingle with other travelers. The Chinatown location is great for sightseeing, and the gay bars on Neil Road are just 5 minutes from the hostel. This is one of the most booked gay-friendly budget hotels in Singapore.

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Why we love it

♥ Good value for money
♥ Clean well-designed rooms
♥ Attentive staff
♥ Excellent Chinatown location

The rooms in Porcelain hotel are compact but well-designed, in a simple minimalist style – go for an Executive or Deluxe room if you like having more floor space. Everything is very well maintained and the staff are incredibly helpful. With a location in the heart of Chinatown and just 10 minutes away from the main gay area, this offers some very good value for a Singapore stay. Porcelain Hotel is one of the most booked gay-friendly hotels in Singapore.

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3/5
Why we love it

♥ Friendly boutique vibe
♥ Excellent Chinatown location
♥ Complimentary breakfast
♥ Good value for money

The Keong Saik Hotel is based in a traditional Chinatown building. Rooms are simple but clean and well-maintained, with all the basic amenities. The Standard rooms do not have windows, so book a Deluxe or Superior room if having natural light is important to you. This is a friendly boutique-style place, with lovely staff and a complimentary light breakfast served every morning – perfect for those who like a no-frills stay with a personal touch.

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3/5
Why we love it

♥ Range of room sizes and styles
♥ Great location close to public transport
♥ Quadruple rooms available
♥ Complimentary smartphone with mobile data

Bliss Hotel is a boutique hotel a stone’s throw away from Chinatown MRT station and 10 minutes from the main Singapore gayborhood. Set in a colonial building, the interiors are basic but modern, mostly in tones of cool grey. Several room sizes are available, from compact twin rooms to a stylish Chinese-themed Executive Suite. The Quad room is particularly good for groups of friends. Guests are offered the use of a complementary Handy phone with internet access.

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Why we love it

♥ Couldn’t be closer to gay Singapore nightlife
♥ Cute and colorful decor
♥ Good range of room sizes and styles
♥ Lovely staff

This fun, colorful boutique hotel is located in the heart of Chinatown. It’s two minutes from the door of the hotel to gay nightlife staples like Taboo and and Out Bar, making this one of the best gay hotels in Singapore. The rooms range from a simple single to a suite with private rooftop terrace, the latter of which comes with the quirky addition of an outdoor bathtub. Everything is kept pristine by the super friendly team of staff, and a tasty breakfast is on offer every morning.

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