Singapore Guide | Hotels – Adler Hostel
Step into Adler Hostel, Singapore’s first luxury hostel based in the heart of the Chinatown (牛车水) district. With a design emphasis on fusing in colonial charm with modern quirkiness, Adler Hostel brings a fresh, new spin to living history in a vibrant yet sophisticated environment.
Adler Hostel brings in the comforts and sophistication of a hotel, and merges in the social and shared qualities of a hostel to create a wholesome experience. Decorated in a colonial eclectic décor, we take you back to the golden era of Singapore where islanders enjoyed the comforts and luxury of a slower pace of life.
Established on 12 December 2012, Adler Hostel is based in an Art Deco conservation shophouse in the historical district of Chinatown. The one and a half year long project finally took shape after an extensive effort to demolish and conserve what is left to an ancient trade of a pawn shop and tea house, both predecessors to the historical building.
The idea of having “Singapore’s First Luxury Hostel” comes naturally for the creator that have been an avid “flashpacker”, having backpacked across Europe and Australia. Merging the sophistication and comforts of a hotel with the social and economical benefits of a hostel, it has given birth to Singapore’s very own luxury hostel. Adler Hostel is breaking new boundaries to a new type of lodging establishment and is set foot to revolutionise the Asian tourism sector. The “Adler” brand is all about quality product & services with a pocket friendly price tag. The brand also takes on a liking for local heritage and culture. Infusing antique furniture in the hostel and also local artwork of floral and fauna of the local habitat into its branding, a truly local brand that is nationalistic.
Rooms available: 2 dorms, 16 sleep cabins each
The hit to your pocket: From $55 to $65 per night
Why we love Adler Hostel: Walking into the lobby, you will face a quirkily decorated interior and be greeted by their friendly staff. Adler Hostel may be for the flashpackers, but it sure doesn’t skimp on the luxury!
259 South Bridge Road
Contact Number: +65 6226 0173
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