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With a stay at Wanderlust in Singapore (Little India), you’ll be minutes from Sim Lim Square and close to Chinatown Heritage Center. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Mustafa Centre and Haji Lane.


Make yourself at home in one of the 29 individually furnished guestrooms, featuring minibars and espresso makers. 32-inch plasma televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Partially open bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and complimentary newspapers, as well as phones with free local calls.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Wanderlust. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Continental breakfasts are available daily from 7:30 AM to 10 AM for a fee.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and laundry facilities.

How to Get There

2 Dickson Road
Singapore, 209494 Singapore


A fun and funky little hotel in Little India

We enjoyed our stay at Wanderlust a lot!
The hotel as a whole and rooms are very stylish. Every room is different, imaginative and stunning.

There was a jacuzzi upstairs and the breakfast was absolutely great.

We would definitely recommend this property to like minded travellers who want a fun and funky place to stay.

Small quaint boutique hotel

Stayed here for 4 nights. The hotel is located near Little India. The hotel is just 4 mins walk away from Jalan Besar MRT station, just nice for traveller. The hotel staffs are very friendly and welcoming, customer service is great here.
The room came in really funky colour and mine was black. Lighting was a bit dim coupled with my room being black in colour it was kind of dark at night but still acceptable. The room is not too small, plenty of room to walk after putting my huge luggage down.
The room came with complimentary minibar which r stocked with juices and soft drinks so that came in handy on a warm sunny afternoon in Singapore. There r tea and coffee making facilities in the room. There is a coffee pod machine and 4 free Nespresso capsules for use daily.
The hotel also provides a free 'Handy" phone in each room which came with unlimited data and free local calls so that came in really handy for us tourists. The hotel also has a small jacuzzi pool on the 2nd floor for you to soak in.
One thing to point out is that the room's soundproofing seems to be quite bad as my room was located next to the housekeeping's office it seems and I could hear the housekeeping ladies having a good chat and laughter from my room.

Luxury...with a few small things missing

I've been meaning to check this hotel out for a while and finally got the chance as my normal (less expensive) hotel had hiked prices for Diwali. Due to changed plans I ended up arriving at 11am, 4 hours before the 3pm check in time. They were happy to keep my bags while I walked around the corner for lunch and then gave me early check in once the room had been cleaned, around 1pm.

The staff of this hotel are young and helpful, friendly in a relaxed way and very efficient. The reception area is nice but felt quite deserted and empty, there was a rope blocking most of the bottom floor off and it was quite dark apart from the immediate area around reception. The elevator overlooked a glassed in garden and at each level they have added more plants. Very pretty.

The rooms are lovely. Spacious, great bed, lots of natural light from all the big windows, wall designs, everything in white, a beautiful bathroom with fully glassed in bath and two showerheads, a nice vanity. soap and shampoo provided in shower. Coffee machine and free minifridge (coke and juice and water, I think they must have a contract with coca cola). I didn't use the TV but checked it out, and it was a good size for lounging around watching a movie.

It took until I was getting ready to go out that evening to realise that while there is a lot of great natural light, the dim lighting from the room in the evening is hopeless for putting on make up. There's also no electrical outlet in the bathroom for hair dryer, straightener or any other plug in items (there is a shaver outlet). I looked along every wall, in every corner and under the bathroom vanity but couldn't any outlets. I had to dry and straighten my hair by pulling out the hotel room phone and using that outlet while sitting on the bed, far away from the bathroom mirror.

There were only 2 electrical outlets in the whole room that I could find - already in use by the hotel phone and the coffee machine. There was also no flat surface space to lay things while charging. In an age where everyone has 2 or 3 items to charge, not having any free outlets will be a big frustration for many.

The bedside table was full with phone and lamp - to charge my phone I had to move the hotel provided phone to the floor. There was no where to sit and work with my laptop either, only the bed.

Overall the hotel is lovely, it felt very private (I didn't see another guest until check out time the next day, when two other rooms were also checking out) and quite luxurious, but was let down by missing a few small but very important things - good lighting in the bathroom, electrical outlet in bathroom, outlets in general and places to put my things apart from the floor or the bathroom bench. The hotel also felt a little 'not quite open' because of the dark and roped off other half of the ground floor.

It's in a good location, a few minutes walk from 3 different stations (Bugis, Little India, Rocher) and easy for taxi's and grabcars to find.

I would stay again as a short holiday if I was sharing with someone, but is definitely not a place to stay for work and I don't know if I'd stay by myself either. It felt too empty.