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Woke Home Capsule Hostel

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Jakarta, Indonesia
Reviewed 25 May 2016

complete with television, mini fan, but i'm very worry about india people, because they are very noisy in the night, they talk with another very load, i'm very disappointed, but overall if you in woke home, it's very enjoy.

Thank Kevin W
Depok, Indonesia
Reviewed 23 February 2016

Everyone knows Singapore is expensive. Being able to stay in Woke Home Capsule saved my money for accommodation. It is small yes, but it's also cozy and private and the toilet is clean and you get unlimited breakfast that opens 24 hours.

Thank PsychoFat
Reviewed 5 January 2016

i've been singapore a lot. about 4/5 times per year. and every time i went there , my accommodation choice never change. woke home surely feels like i wake up in my home. friendly service, free wifi, free foods, clean room, a lot of bathroom, near from clarke quay, cheap prices.

Thank Idabagusreza
Jakarta, Indonesia
Reviewed 1 July 2015

We stayed here during the Singapore Independence Day last year. The concept of the hostel is quite different with other, because they have curtains in every bed so that it leaves you with little privacy when you are sleeping (no need to worry if you look super ugly while you sleep). We would suggest you to reserve online prior your...

Thank Roro A
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 16 May 2015 via mobile

Stay at this hostel for a few nights and found it to be very good for solo travellers. For only $20 you get accommodation and free breakfast. The capsules are nice though the management needs to find a way to minimize the smell in the rooms. Otherwise it's nice and tidy,a bit hard to find as my taxi driver had...

Thank groovetime8
Reviewed 14 April 2015

You'll get your own bunk to sleep..so its good for privacy, but i guess..more than 10 bunk beds for one room is not that comfort (esp when the bunk is full). Somehow...the hostel located near the MRT station, at night you can go to nearest hangout place (the river) just by foot. Good wifi signal, but small bathroom

1Thank Resni S
Woodlands, Singapore
Reviewed 25 February 2015

I chose Woke Home while researching about the different hostels in Singapore. It’s a neat little place and what drew me in was the fact that they are the first hostel in Singapore to adopt the capsule living concept (i.e. they’re Singapore’s first capsule hostel). I originally settled with a 3D2N stay, but changed it to a 4D3N visit after...

1Thank wenkai31
Eastleigh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 January 2015 via mobile

First things first Nicole on reception is a credit to the place and has lots of info. The other reception staff are nice. The capsule itself is great and can be quiet depending on the level of consideration of other people in. packing and unpacking are the noisiest. Rooms are clean. Bathroom is not so much - there is mould...

1Thank kicky_29
Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 7 January 2015

A room was really clean and the receptionist was kind. So it was really comfortable and nice place. However in living room. When we take the rest. The receptionist was listening music and watching TV program without headphone and earphone with very loud volume. So it was really noisy!:( It's ok for me to play music but it was TOO...

Thank uragirimono
Reviewed 30 December 2014 via mobile

We're staying for the first time in a capsule hotel. It's very comfortable and the staff is friendly and helpful. The location is superb. The downturn- it can be noisy in the room when people unpacking or packing. But it is a good value for the money.

1Thank ghetis l

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Located along the bustling Central Business District, WOKEHOME HOSTEL prides itself as being the first with a capsule theme in Singapore. With 84 capsules at hand we offer each guest their individual privacy. Each capsule comes decked with: -comfortable mattress -foldable table -15 inch TV -a mini lamp [for those who needs to read before bed time] -personal headphone -roll up shade/blinds -24hr Wi-Fi access Each floor is monitored by security cameras; your safety is our priority.A 10 min walking distance from City Hall MRT (EW13/NS25) or Clarke Quay MRT (NE5) you would be sure to find your way to our hostel. Tourist attractions are of walking distance e.g. Esplanade, Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore river and many more. Feel free to approach our friendly staff with your queries pertaining to all things Singapore. *Our Value added services: Free breakfast Free laundry services Luggage storage Personal headphones ... more   less 

Additional Information about Woke Home Capsule Hostel

Address: 61 South Bridge Road #06-01, Singapore 058691, Singapore
Region: Singapore > Singapore
Price Range: $40 - $47 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 84
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“small locker, wide bed - normal belongings can be put beside the bed wanna make some friends? do not recommend.”
재란유, 7 Dec 2014 | Read review
“ask the reception for a capsule that is not nearby the door.”
Acciokerry, 30 Nov 2014 | Read review
“For female solo travellers to stay at 4th floor.”
goodKualaLumpur, 4 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Suggest reaching the hotel through the Chinatown MRT Station, exiting on South Bridge Road. This is the straight path going to the hostel. The Clarke Quay MRT Station, though near, isn't as straightforward.”
Nadia323, 29 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Ask for a pod near the ground. Book via their website”
Danny_Hefer, 23 Mar 2014 | Read review
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