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Wanderlust

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8.0
Excellent
669 reviews
+65 6396 3322

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Handicap
No Smoking
Located in Singapore (Little India), Wanderlust is within a 10-minute walk of Bugis Street Shopping District and Mustafa Centre. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities.
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No 2 Dickson Road
Singapore, 209494
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User Highlights
8.0
Excellent
Vibe
"Styled hotel lobby" "Trendy interior"
95% said it was a stylish hotel.
91% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
Location
"Excellently located" "Inspiring restaurants"
Near to public transport, according to 100%.
83% liked the proximity to shopping.
Service
"Friendly and helpful staff" "Great Front Desk Staff"
94% found the staff to be very friendly.
Room
"Free phone" "No two rooms"
79% said the beds were comfortable.
73% said rooms were small.
WiFi
Breakfast
"Delicious breakfast" "Worst breakfast"
Comfort
"Ear plugs were provided" "AC cant be turned off"
79% said the beds were comfortable.
73% said rooms were small.
Bar
"There was no alcohol"
Pool
"Pool very basic"
Wellness
"Tiny Jacuzzi"

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Furniture needs more attention
Comfortable beds
Stylish hotel
Friendly atmosphere
Expert Reviews
Condé Nast Traveler
In a 1920s building in Little India, the 29-room Wanderlust is a whimsical and stylish showcase of Singapore’s new generation of designers.
Afar Magazine
I stumbled upon this gem of a hotel while staying in Singapore for business. Between the individual artist-designed guest rooms, a phenomenal rustic French-inspired restaurant, and...
I'd highly recommend to anyone trying to avoid the westernized corporate hotels swallowing up most of the rest of the city.
Time Out
First Little India had experimental cuisine, now it has an experimental boutique hotel – an unlikely testing ground, you might think, considering this is one of Singapore’s least affluent corners.