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56 Top-Rated Hotels In SG For Staycations – Skylight Room, In-Room Jacuzzi & Affordable Options

Best hotels in Singapore for all budgets


There’s no shortage of hotels in Singapore to cater to both tourists who fly in for special occasions like concerts and Formula 1, as well as locals who are after staycations.

While there are 5-star options that come with fine dining and a pillow menu, you’ll be surprised at the amount of budget accommodations that are trendy, comfy, and chic. Below, we’ve compiled a list of the best hotels in Singapore, from cheap and cheerful establishments to celeb-approved resorts so you know where to lay your head the next time you’re in Singapore.

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Best hotels in Singapore for all budgets– High-end hotel chains in Singapore –1. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay – View of Marina Bay2. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering – Greenery-lined hotel3. Pan Pacific Orchard – Revamped with a unique, airy design4. PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road – Located next to 24h shopping centre5. Hilton Singapore Orchard – Newly-renovated in Jan 20236. Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel – Ideal shopping location7. Conrad Centennial Singapore – Easy access to Suntec Convention Centre8. Andaz Singapore – Free hotel lounge access with refreshments9. JW Marriott Hotel South Beach – Surrounded by things to do10. The Westin Singapore – Perched 46 storeys over the CBD11. Pan Pacific Singapore – Fancy rooms including themed kiddy suites12. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – Rooms with hypoallergenic fittings13. InterContinental Singapore – 24/7 butler service & pet staycay14. Swissotel The Stamford – Tallest hotel in Singapore15. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel – Restored colonial building16. Capella Singapore – Conservation bungalows on Sentosa17. W Singapore – Luxe islander lifestyle & sea views18. Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore – Golf resort with mini golf course19. Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa – Dog & cat-friendly hotel20. Hard Rock Hotel Singapore – Man-made beach & lagoon21. Mondrian Singapore Duxton – Modern art-themed hotel22. InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay – Riverside hotel23. Pullman Singapore Orchard – Rooftop beach club– Other 5-star hotels in Singapore –24. voco Orchard Singapore – 24-hour amenities25. Naumi Hotel – Infinity pool with city skyline view26. Royal Plaza on Scotts – 3 halal buffets a day & weekend high teas27. Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong – Peranakan-inspired interiors28. Hotel Fort Canning – Unique colonial-style hilltop hotel29. Raffles Singapore – Built in the actual colonial era30. The Fullerton Hotel – National monument, appeared in K-drama31. The Fullerton Bay Hotel – Scenic pier location32. Grand Copthorne Waterfront – Close to SG nightlife33. Goodwood Park Hotel – Opened in 1900, famed for its eateries34. The Barracks Hotel Sentosa – Personalised itineraries & high tea35. Equarius Hotel – Suites with built-in shark tank36. Crockfords Tower – Grandiose all-suite hotel– Affordable hotels in Singapore-37. M Hotel Singapore City Centre – Quick check-in with robot receptionist38. Park Regis Singapore – Walking distance from Clarke Quay bars & clubs39. One Farrer Hotel – 3 hotels in 140. Villa Samadhi Singapore by Samadhi – Nestled in Labrador Park41. Paradox Singapore Merchant Court – Right at Clarke Quay MRT42. Owen House by Hmlet – 1920s vintage hotel with a speakeasy43. One Farrer Hotel – Loft apartments & villas near MRT station44. Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt – Near plenty of cafes & restaurants 45. Nostalgia Hotel – Near all the cafes in Tiong Bahru46. V Hotel Bencoolen – Near the National Museum of Singapore47. Hotel Clover 769 – Indoor & outdoor jacuzzi rooms48. The Sultan – Kampong Glam hotel made from shophouses49. Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon – Free daily breakfast50. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Singapore Novena – Newly renovated hotel in Balestier51. Holiday Inn Singapore Little India – Cosy loft-style rooms– Backpacker hostels in Singapore –52. DreamLodge Singapore – Modern & roomy bunk beds53. Spacepod@hive & Spacepod@lavender – Futuristic galaxy-themed pods54. Rucksack Inn @ Tyrwhitt  – Lounge with bean bag chairs55. Blanc Inn – Hostel with divided rooms for more privacy56. The POD Boutique Capsule Hotel – Individual bathrooms with toilet & showerHotels & hostels in Singapore for all budgetsWhich area of Singapore to stay at?Can you book a hotel under 18 in Singapore?


– High-end hotel chains in Singapore –


1. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay – View of Marina Bay


hotels in singaporeIt’s not hard to see why it’s been dubbed the “garden in a hotel”.Image credit: @ibyang via Instagram

PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay is one of the most popular staycation spots during New Year’s Eve or National Day as it overlooks the sparkling Marina Bay. Beyond the views, the interior of the hotel makes you feel like you’re in a nature retreat. Its lobby is located within a skylit atrium with a 13m-tall green wall, surrounded by lush greenery and bird song echoing through.

hotels in singaporeThe swimming pool looks like a sky full of stars at night. Image credit: @j_noja via Instagram 

If you’re looking for a romantic place to dine at, make a reservation at the Skyline Bar at the hotel’s rooftop where you can grab some tipples and bites while admiring the city skyline. It’s located right next to the hotel’s 25m-long swimming pool, which uses mineral water that’s milder for those with sensitive skin. We’d recommend staying till after dusk, as the pool is illuminated at night. 

PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay ADMISSION FEEFrom $466/night. ADDRESS6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6845 1000 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$345.79 imageCheapestS$345.79imageS$428.00


2. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering – Greenery-lined hotel


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The hotel that looks like a jungle in Chinatown? Well, that’s PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering. Fun fact: it’s home to 50 types of plants, and the architecture is inspired by rice terraces and neighbouring Hong Lim Park. 

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But you can’t say you’ve been to PARKROYAL Collection Pickering if you haven’t been to the infinity swimming pool. Lounge in one of the many poolside cabanas resembling bird cage and take in the views. Better yet, enjoy a meal from the Poolside Menu, with both local and Western options.

PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering ADMISSION FEEFrom $555/Night. ADDRESS3 Upper Pickering St, Singapore 058289 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (4108)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6809 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$352.00 imageS$424.33imageCheapestS$352.00


3. Pan Pacific Orchard – Revamped with a unique, airy design


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Even in an urban jungle, there’s no shortage of green spaces in Singapore. Just look at buildings like Jewel Changi and CapitaSpring that combine concrete with lush greenery. Now you can add Pan Pacific Orchard to the list. The recently-revamped biophilic hotel has 4 sky terraces that are covered in plants.

Each of the terraces boast a different oasis for guests to experience, such as a tree canopy, pool with swim-up bar, and a cosy lounge to enjoy cocktails. The greenery even spills over into the hotel’s rooms, where windows of most suites face the verdant terraces so guests can enjoy views of green during their stay.

Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore ADDRESS10 Claymore Rd, Singapore 229540 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.4 (717)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6991 6888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$365.49 imageCheapestS$365.49


4. PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road – Located next to 24h shopping centre


PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road is another gem in Little India.

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Hot draws at the hotel include its family suites with connecting rooms, a kiddie splash pool, free Wi-Fi and parking, and proximity to the famous 24-hour Mustafa Centre budget shopping haven. It’s also within walking distance to the MRT station and situated near a row of street food that’ll save you in the wee hours.  

PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road ADDRESS181 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208533 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.2 (6643)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6428 3000 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$174.00 imageS$281.41imageCheapestS$174.00


5. Hilton Singapore Orchard – Newly-renovated in Jan 2023


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We don’t blame you if you thought Hilton Singapore Orchard suddenly grew taller. The international chain hotel recently made a move to a new address just down the road to 333 Orchard Road to a bigger building. The hotel now boasts more than 1,000 newly renovated city-facing rooms done up in a modern look. 

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With it also comes new and familiar dining concepts. This includes Estate, the all-day buffet concept, and Osteria Mozza, a pizza and pasta restaurant from Los Angeles. You’ll also find Chatterbox, the chicken rice eatery that’s been a mainstay at this building since 1971.

Hilton Singapore Orchard ADMISSION FEEFrom $392/night ADDRESS333 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238867 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.4 (553)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6737 4411 hiltonsingaporeorchard.info@hilton.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$396.00 imageCheapestS$396.00


6. Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel – Ideal shopping location


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If you really want to be at the heart of all the shopping action in Orchard Road, then a stay at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel would be ideal. The hotel itself is situated above TANGS, a department store, and is within walking distance to shopping malls like ION Orchard, Ngee Ann City, and Wisma Atria.

hotels in singaporeThe Other Room.Image credit: @klutzyberry via Instagram

When you’re done with retail therapy for the day, drop your bags off then explore the hotel’s well-appointed amenities that include a spa, fitness centre, and outdoor swimming pool. Otherwise, enjoy a bite at the Crossroads Café or a tipple at The Other Room. The latter is a hidden bar only accessible from an unmarked door in the hotel lobby.


7. Conrad Centennial Singapore – Easy access to Suntec Convention Centre


Conrad Centennial Singapore sits right in the centre of Marina Bay. Read: it has easy access to the best Singapore attractions. So we think it’s a great accommodation option for business travellers who are in town for just a few days, especially with it being just a 5-minute walk from Suntec Convention Centre, a popular conference spot. 

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Besides its location, the rooms and amenities are practically tailored for those who need to stay productive while on the go. You can find large work desks in the rooms for “work from hotel”  days. 

Should you want to keep up with your exercise routine, there’s a well-equipped fitness centre and rooftop swimming pool open from 7am-10pm daily. The hotel is also home to an in-house spa and 4 dining establishments – everything a busy bee needs when travelling for work. 

Conrad Centennial Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $430/night ADDRESS2 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038982 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.6 (4175)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6334 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$433.58 imageCheapestS$433.58imageS$441.00


8. Andaz Singapore – Free hotel lounge access with refreshments


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The exterior of Andaz Singapore is iconic to say the least – the honeycomb structure is hard to miss in the Bugis skyline. But inside the hotel is just as grand. The banquet hall with its high ceilings is a popular choice among couples as a wedding venue. Then there’s Mr Stork, an outdoor bar with teepee huts that regularly makes the list for best rooftop bars in Singapore.

where to stay in singaporeImage credit: @andazsingapore via Instagram

But don’t just stay for a couple of hours. Stay the night and you’ll be treated to either views of the sea or the heritage neighbourhood of Bugis. Your hotel key also grants you access to the Sunroom, a lounge just for guests that provides complimentary drinks and snacks throughout the day.

Andaz Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $824/Night. ADDRESS2195 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6408 1234 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$342.96 imageCheapestS$342.96imageS$408.00


9. JW Marriott Hotel South Beach – Surrounded by things to do


hotels in singaporeSuntec City and Marina Square are right opposite the hotel, so get ready for plenty of retail therapy.Image credit: Marriott 

Located right smack in the middle of numerous shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations such as CHIJMES, Esplanade Theatres, Suntec City, and Marina Square, JW Marriot Hotel South Beach is a choice location for an action-packed staycay.

hotels in singaporeTreat yourself to a relaxing soak while admiring Singapore’s twinkling skyline.Image credit: Marriott 

Within the hotel’s vicinity, guests can look forward to spa facilities such as a jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room, as well as beauty and wellness treatments to rejuvenate themselves before returning to the grind. There’s also a fitness centre for those looking to burn some calories, and 2 swimming pools if you’d like to clock some laps or just take a dip to cool off. 

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach ADDRESS30 Beach Road, Nicoll Hwy, Access Via, 189763 Opening Hours: Show Time Hide

CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6818 1888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$440.00 imageCheapestS$440.00


10. The Westin Singapore – Perched 46 storeys over the CBD


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In case you haven’t heard, The Westin Singapore isn’t any ordinary hotel – it’s Singapore’s very first hotel that’s situated within an office building. It occupies levels 32 all the way up to 46 of Asia Square Tower, so imagine the view you’d wake up to every morning when staying in one of their rooms. Psst … there’s also an infinity pool that overlooks Marina Bay. 

hotels in singaporeSeasonal Tastes offers both buffet and ala carte dining.Image credit: Marriott 

Dig into a range of both local and international dishes at the hotel’s in-house restaurant, Seasonal Tastes. Health-conscious guests who don’t want to take a holiday from their clean diet can choose from the Eat Well Menu, featuring dishes like Egg White Frittata and Flax Seed Granola that are designed to be wholesome yet tasty.

The Westin Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $440/night ADDRESS12 Marina View, #2 Asia Square Tower, Singapore 018961 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (1792)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6922 6888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$431.00 imageS$450.01imageCheapestS$431.00


11. Pan Pacific Singapore – Fancy rooms including themed kiddy suites


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There’s a reason why Pan Pacific Singapore – affectionately referred to as “Pan Pac” – is almost quintessential with fancy staycays. If you’re going to splash some cash to celebrate a special occasion, the luxurious rooms here will give you a major bang for your buck. Case in point: the Pacific Club Select Studio, complete with an open bathroom and spacious bathtub. 

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The kiddos aren’t left out of the fun, either. For a getaway that’ll live on as one of their most cherished memories, splurge for the Urban Jungle Suite. It features a double-decker treehouse-style bed, a teepee tent, and plenty of cute animal- and jungle-themed decor that’ll inspire your children for adventurous imaginative play.

Pan Pacific Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $672/Night. ADDRESS7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6336 8111 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$368.54 imageCheapestS$368.54imageS$386.00


12. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – Rooms with hypoallergenic fittings


hotels in singaporeEven the walls are designed to be breathable, so you can enjoy better ventilation.Image credit: Four Seasons

Nothing stops staycay fun quite like a sinus flare-up or allergic reactions. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is the first hotel in the country that offers hypoallergenic rooms, which is a godsend for folks with conditions like asthma and eczema.

Instead of regular air-conditioning, their rooms have ionising air-conditioners to neutralise harmful particles in the air. There’s also a HEPA air purifier in each room to make your breathing even smoother. Finally, the materials used in the flooring, bedding, and furniture are all allergy-friendly, minimising the risk of allergic reactions in your skin or respiratory system.

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore ADDRESS190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6734 1110 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$519.00 imageCheapestS$519.00


13. InterContinental Singapore – 24/7 butler service & pet staycay


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For those who appreciate good service as part of your travel experience, you won’t be disappointed at InterContinental Singapore. They’ve got butler services available through a guest experience called the Club InterContinental. As a member, you also get to enjoy perks like having your own concierge tea, priority reservations, and discounts on F&B.

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Those with furbabies will love the hotel’s Pet Getaway package, which gets you a night of accommodation at the Heritage Suite with Outdoor Porch for you, a friend or partner, and your pet. 

You don’t have to worry about bringing too many things as a welcome amenities basket will provide everything you need – towels, water bottles, poo bags, wee pads, and toys. 

InterContinental Singapore ADDRESS80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966 Opening Hours: Show Time Hide

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (3606)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6338 7600 singapore@ihg.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$403.19 imageCheapestS$403.19imageS$416.00


14. Swissotel The Stamford – Tallest hotel in Singapore


hotels in singaporeImage credit: @swissotelthestamford via Instagram 

We’d recommend booking a room at Swissotel The Stamford if you’re going for convenience. The hotel’s right outside City Hall MRT Station – so you’ll be able to travel around Singapore with ease. It’s within walking distance from attractions like CHIJMES, where you can go for a quick brunch. 

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Fun fact: standing at 226m, it was the tallest hotel in the world when it first opened in 1986. Today, it remains the tallest hotel in Singapore. The best spot to take in the views – especially during sunset – is at SKAI Bar, located on the 70th floor of the hotel. 

If you go on a Monday, you can order up the Skai Martini for $22 (U.P. $28). It’s a concoction of Hendricks and Dry Vermouth, served alongside a selection of homemade essences and pickled condiments. 

Swissotel The Stamford ADDRESS2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6338 8585 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$411.00 imageS$414.28imageCheapestS$411.00


15. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel – Restored colonial building


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Fun fact: before Capitol Kempinski Hotel was what it is known as today, it was referred to as “European Town” by Singapore’s early immigrants. Now, the restored colonial structure is open to all and made even more accessible with its location that’s just right outside City Hall MRT. 

hotels in singaporeThe decor style of the rooms is just as rich in heritage and culture as the hotel’s history.Image credits: Kempinski Hotels

The hotel is linked to Capitol Singapore, and a stone’s throw from Funan and Raffles City Shopping Centre, making it convenient to stay at if you’re looking to get some shopping done. To immerse in the historical vibes of this building which was built all the way back in 1930, you can join a 45-minute tour of the compounds led by the hotel’s in-house heritage curator.

The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $453/night. ADDRESS15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6368 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$438.84 imageCheapestS$438.84imageS$507.00


16. Capella Singapore – Conservation bungalows on Sentosa


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Capella Singapore, a luxury resort in Sentosa, is a mix of atas and nature. It’s perched atop a hill on the island, spread out over 30 acres of landscaped grounds – you might even forget that you’re in Singapore. Walk around the resort’s natural gardens and you might spot a free-roaming peacock or two. 

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Since the hotel is located away from other attractions in Sentosa, you’ll feel major zen vibes during your stay. Take a dip at one of the 3 pools here or relax at their luxurious spa that features a Herbal Steam Room. 

Whether you’ve booked a suite or a villa, each room comes with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to the sea or the island’s greenery. But the most interesting thing is that part of the hotel – mainly the lobby area – are located in conserved pre-war colonial buildings. It’s a staycay steeped in nature and history. 

Capella Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $1014/Night. ADDRESS2226 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6377 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$983.00 imageS$1027.51imageCheapestS$983.00


17. W Singapore – Luxe islander lifestyle & sea views


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Swanky neon lights, a hip expansive swimming pool, and modern interiors: there’s no doubt that W Singapore is here to let you really let loose. The hotel’s tucked away in the heart of Sentosa Cove, so expect glorious views of the marina as you head to the pool for a suntan sesh.

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The theme continues even when you wind down at AWAY Spa that’s not the traditional spa you might be used to. Think massage beds and steam rooms that are decked in glowing neon lights. Even the gym feels like a place where the party can keep going.

W Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $540/Night. ADDRESS2187 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6808 7288 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$381.00 imageS$460.67imageCheapestS$381.00


18. Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore – Golf resort with mini golf course


To all golf fans, Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore is located within Laguna National Golf Resort Club, which has 2 championship courses. 

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Book the Stay & Play package (from $558/night), where you’ll spend the night in the Deluxe Laguna Pool View room and start your morning with a tee-off a the 18-hole Masters or Classic Course. Say you’re having a staycation with the fam, there’s even a 9-hole putting mini golf course the kids can have fun at. 

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Even if you don’t play golf, there are multiple activities you can do without having to leave the resort – such as Thai cooking classes, perfume-making sessions, and even FloatFit classes where you work out on an exercise mat on water. 

Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore ADDRESS11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6841 8888 dtls@dusit.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$289.89 imageCheapestS$289.89imageS$302.00


19. Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa – Dog & cat-friendly hotel


Pet owners looking for a reprieve from the daily grind can look no further than Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa. The pet-friendly hotel even offers goodies for your furbabies including treats, chew toys, and daily brekkies for them.

where to stay in singaporeImage credit: Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

The humans are no less pampered when there are suites and villas available for booking. These have direct pool access or your very own private courtyard and jacuzzi. The resort’s suites also overlook Sentosa’s lush greenery, making the place look and feel like an oversized yet opulent spa.

Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa ADMISSION FEEFrom $252/Night. ADDRESSSentosa Island, 1 Larkhill Rd, Singapore 099394 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6825 3888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$247.55 imageCheapestS$247.55imageS$269.00


20. Hard Rock Hotel Singapore – Man-made beach & lagoon


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The rock and roll lifestyle beckons at the Hard Rock Hotel. In true rockstar fashion, the hotel allows guests to reserve Fender guitars, headphones, and amps to turn their suite into a cosy studio to jam their hearts out.

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When you’re not busy practising to be the next John Mayer, check out the facilities here, including one of the biggest hotel pools in Singapore. Although the hotel is already situated on sandy Sentosa, this man-made beach and lagoon will have you by the “seaside” within the confines of the hotel.

Hard Rock Hotel Singapore ADDRESS8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.2 (1348)CONTACT INFORMATIONenquiries@rwsentosa.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$357.00 imageS$405.27imageCheapestS$357.00


21. Mondrian Singapore Duxton – Modern art-themed hotel


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When you have a name like Mondrian Singapore Duxton, you’d expect a hotel that’s just as artsy as the painter it’s named after. And it is – just take a look at the building’s exterior that’s reminiscent of a Piet Mondrian original. Inside, the rooms take on an art deco look with arched doorways, shutters on windows, and bronze-gilded mini bars.

​​hotels in singaporeBottega di Carna.Image credit: Bottega Di Carna Singapore via Facebook

The dining concepts here are also works of art in their own right. Italian restaurant Bottega di Carna has mirrored pillars and walls that reflect the broad brush strokes painted on the ceiling. Then there’s Jungle Ballroom, a bar next door that has a gallery of wildlife-inspired art on its walls. You can get jungle-themed cocktails up to 2am from Wednesdays to Sundays.

Mondrian Singapore Duxton ADDRESS16A Duxton Hill, Singapore 089970 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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22. InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay – Riverside hotel


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With its sleek rooms built to appease any business traveller, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay fits right into the CBD’s skyline. The glistening buildings by the river are yours to observe from the comfort of your bed, thanks to panoramic windows fitted in every room. 

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Otherwise, explore the area on 2 wheels – bicycles are free to rent with every booking. Make pit stops by the hotel’s riverside restaurants if you do. Publico Ristorante offers authentic pastas and pizzas, while Wolfgang’s Steakhouse has delectable dry-aged steaks.

InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, an IHG Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $580/night ADDRESS1 Nanson Rd, Singapore 238909 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (1444)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6826 5000 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$349.00 imageCheapestS$349.00


23. Pullman Singapore Orchard – Rooftop beach club


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A beach? In the middle of Orchard Road? Not exactly. But the vibes come close at Pullman Singapore Orchard’s P.S.O. Beach Club. The rooftop pool at the hotel has daybeds and loungers that make it easy for guests to spend a whole day here. Plus, like any good beach club, you can get cocktails, milkshakes, and mains delivered straight to your daybed.

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That’s not all the hotel has to offer. It also has a fully-equipped gym that’s open 24/7, so there’s no excuse to skip your workout. You can even get workout kits from reception, if you’d rather not leave your room. And understandably so – the rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, a plush bed, and smart TV to stream all your favourite shows.

Pullman Singapore Orchard ADDRESS270 Orchard Road, 238857 Singapore Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6603 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$375.00 imageCheapestS$375.00


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24. voco Orchard Singapore – 24-hour amenities


voco Orchard Singapore might just have a cure for jet lag – a fitness centre and room service that are available 24 hours daily. Trust us, a quick 30-minute workout on their elliptical machines or a filling supper of Asian and Western mains will put you to sleep in minutes.

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When you do hit the sack, it’s on plush beds in modernly-furnished rooms. Then wake up to views of the shopping belt thanks to the full-length windows in each room. You can continue nua-ing in your room or head out to the spa for a relaxing treatment. Better yet, catch Zs by the rooftop pool so you can work on your tan while you snooze.

voco Orchard Singapore ADDRESS581 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238883 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6737 2233 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$288.00 imageCheapestS$288.00


25. Naumi Hotel – Infinity pool with city skyline view


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If there’s one thing about Naumi Hotel that stands out, it is the gorgeous city view you’ll get to soak in from their rooftop pool. It’s also one of the best hotels in Singapore for views of the fireworks, so you’d bet rooms are booked out in advance before special occasions like New Year’s Eve and National Day. 

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Don’t expect cookie-cutter hotel rooms here, either. The guest suites have been beautifully decorated, each with a different theme. Book the Andy Warhol-inspired Eden and Nirwana Suite, punctuated with colourful pops of colour throughout, or the Patio Room which comes with a private veranda. 

Naumi Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $333/night. ADDRESS41 Seah Street, Singapore 188396 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6403 6000 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$284.41 imageCheapestS$284.41imageS$302.00


26. Royal Plaza on Scotts – 3 halal buffets a day & weekend high teas


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You’ll be hard-pressed sticking to a diet when staying at Royal Plaza on Scotts. Already, the hotel is steps away from some of the best grub on Orchard Road – 3 Michelin Star winner Les Amis is just across the street.

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At the hotel itself are buffets that take place thrice daily that serve a mix of international cuisines. Japanese sashimi, Indian tandoori, and local delights are just a small sampling of what’s available. On weekends, treat yourself to a high tea buffet instead, which has free-flow small bites like dim sum and sandwiches, as well as a plethora of desserts, scones, and danishes.

Royal Plaza on Scotts SingaporeADMISSION FEEFrom $296/night ADDRESS25 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228220 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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27. Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong – Peranakan-inspired interiors


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Peranakan heritage runs strongly through Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong. Think elaborate tiles, motifs, and furnishing you’d normally find in a Peranakan home. But that’s not all – it extends to the in-house restaurant Baba Chews Bar And Eatery, which serves modern takes on classic Peranakan dishes.

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You could head out to explore the Joo Chiat neighbourhood that’s also steeped in Peranakan culture or head to the rooftop instead. There’s an infinity pool from which you can gaze at the preserved shophouses in the vicinity.

Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong, an IHG Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $294/night ADDRESS86 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428788 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (997)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6723 7001 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$264.00 imageS$354.22imageCheapestS$264.00


28. Hotel Fort Canning – Unique colonial-style hilltop hotel


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Hotel Fort Canning Singapore should be your accommodation of choice if you want a slice of Colonial times without sacrificing modern-day comfort. The rooms here have hardwood floors and grand marble bathrooms that open up to the forested area of Fort Canning Park.

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The luxurious resort experience continues even at the hotel’s facilities. Take a dip in the 2 mineral water swimming pools that overlook the park. Or, check out Chinois Spa that specialises in couple treatments. You and bae get a couple room to enjoy massages, herbal soaks, and time in the jacuzzi for your spa package.

Hotel Fort Canning ADMISSION FEEFrom $308/Night. ADDRESS11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6559 6769 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$291.00 imageCheapestS$291.00


29. Raffles Singapore – Built in the actual colonial era


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Think colonial hotels in Singapore and Raffles Singapore should be among the first few that pop into your mind. Named after Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, this architectural gem was built during the colonial days and opened in 1887.

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Today, the newly refurbished Raffles Hotel has everything you’d need for a memorable stay. Besides the usual bars and restaurants, you can also take up curated activity packages. For instance, Curated Culture comes with a daily breakfast for 2, access to the National Museum of Singapore, and a porcelain workshop, among other perks. 

Those looking for a more chilled-out staycay can consider the Raffles Enlightenment Retreat that focuses on health and wellness. Think morning yoga sessions, guided walks, and sound healing experiences.

Raffles Singapore ADDRESSOpening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6337 1886 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$1447.17 imageCheapestS$1447.17imageS$1480.00


30. The Fullerton Hotel – National monument, appeared in K-drama


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Fans of the K-drama, Little Women, would be able to recognise The Fullerton Hotel at first sight. Aside from appearing in the Netflix show, the hotel was also gazetted as a national monument in December 2015. Today, it offers a total of 400 luxurious rooms and suites for guests to choose from. 

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There is also a range of amenities and activities to make sure that your little one is involved in all the fun too. Complimentary daily ice cream aside, families can look forward to heritage tours, picnics, and walking tours, all lovingly offered by the hotel. 

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $555/night. ADDRESS1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6733 8388 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$578.00 imageCheapestS$578.00


31. The Fullerton Bay Hotel – Scenic pier location


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Thanks to its unique location, visitors staying at The Fullerton Bay Hotel get to wake up every day to stunning views of the pier. With just 100 rooms available, the hotel makes for an exclusive stay. There’s no shortage of things to do within the compound though, as the hotel is home to 4 different bars and restaurants and 3 floating event pods. 

hotels in singaporeHaving a bubble bath while admiring the waterfront? This is the life.Image credits: The Fullerton Hotels 

Besides living in the lap of luxury in the swanky rooms, there is plenty to get up to in the hotel. Have a splash in their rooftop pool which overlooks Marina Bay and the CBD, work up a sweat in the fitness centre, and soothe your muscles afterwards with a soak in one of their sleek glass-framed jacuzzis.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $794/night ADDRESS80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6333 8388 fbh.reservations@fullertonhotels.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$733.82 imageCheapestS$733.82imageS$742.00


32. Grand Copthorne Waterfront – Close to SG nightlife


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If you’re hitting up Zouk or any of Singapore’s best bars and clubs, crash at Grand Copthorne Waterfront after a night of partying. You’ll be just a short walk from the city’s bustling nightlife in Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay.

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Apart from proximity, the hotel is situated on the bank of the Singapore River so you can nurse any hangovers with calming views of the water from your room. Or, go for a relaxing soak in the bathtub of your ensuite bathroom to sober up. If that doesn’t do the trick, feasting on pasta, Indian food, and local delights at Food Capital’s international buffet lunch surely will.

Grand Copthorne Waterfront ADMISSION FEEFrom $283/night ADDRESS392 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169663 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (6680)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6733 0880 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$257.51 imageCheapestS$257.51imageS$283.00


33. Goodwood Park Hotel – Opened in 1900, famed for its eateries


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Goodwood Park Hotel is well-known for being an iconic colonial-style lodge located along the glitzy Orchard Road. First opened in 1900, its prestige was cemented in 1989 when it earned the title of one of Singapore’s national monuments. Besides luxe rooms and vibey places to chill like Bali-esque pool huts, the hotel is also lauded for its many top-tier eateries.

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Among the myriad of in-house dining options are L’Espresso for delicate high tea pastries, Min Jiang for authentic Chinese fare served with modern twists, and The Deli, which serves up probably Goodwood Park Hotel’s most beloved offering: durian treats galore. This is where loyal fans swing by on the regular to bag the likes of durian cream puffs and durian crepes.

Goodwood Park Hotel ADDRESS22 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228221 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6737 7411 enquiries@goodwoodparkhotel.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$272.00 imageCheapestS$272.00


34. The Barracks Hotel Sentosa – Personalised itineraries & high tea


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You’ll feel like you’re stepping into a movie set when you enter The Barracks Hotel Sentosa. This military outpost turned luxury hotel pulls out all the stops when it comes to replicating the golden era of travel: hardwood furnishings, leather chairs, and personalised itineraries and tea sessions.

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Let the hotel arrange a tour so you can uncover buildings from the 1800s and 1900s, or traverse through town to uncover heritage sites. After a day of exploration, wind down with the Barracks Champagne Afternoon Tea that comes with free-flow bubbly. 

The Barracks Hotel Sentosa ADDRESS2 Gunner Lane, Singapore 099567 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6722 0802 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$626.00 imageCheapestS$626.00


35. Equarius Hotel – Suites with built-in shark tank


Imagine waking up to a whole aquarium right in front of you – that’s Equarius Hotel for you. Most families book a room here, specifically the Equarius Ocean Suites, to get a close-up view of stingrays, fish, and even hammerhead sharks. 

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If window views aren’t enough, you can get even closer to these majestic creatures with the Shark Encounter experience.

At just $79, inclusive of admission to Adventure Cove Waterpark, “swim” with the sharks in S.E.A Aquarium’s Shark Seas Habitat as you’re surrounded by an acrylic enclosure. You can even take it a step further and sign up for the 1-day AWARE Shark Conservation Specialty Course ($488), where you’ll be diving with the sharks.

Otherwise, the hotel also offers S.E.A. Aquarium VIP Experience ($145/adult, $113/child), and learn more about the behind-the-scenes of the aquarium from one of the guides.

Equarius Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $424/night ADDRESS8 Sentosa Gateway, Equarius Hotel, Singapore 098269 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (1669)RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$383.00 imageS$449.90imageCheapestS$383.00


36. Crockfords Tower – Grandiose all-suite hotel


hotels in singaporeThe spacious bathroom in the Deluxe Suite. Image credit: Crocksfords Tower 

At Crockfords Tower, everyone gets a suite – whether it’s the open-plan Deluxe Suite or the super luxurious Crocksford Mansion on the penthouse floor of the hotel. That’s because it was initially built for the Sentosa Casino’s VIP members. Now, anyone can book it to experience the suite life, in an expansive space filled with swanky furniture and soft Egyptian linen to sleep on. 

where to stay in singaporeAdmire these glass sculptures by famous glass artist Dale Chihuly.Image adapted from: @live2njoy via Instagram 

As further proof of the grandiosity of the hotel, the lobby has sculptures from world-renowned artists like Seattle-based glass artist Dale Chihuly and Colombian sculptor Fernando Botero, whose artworks usually fetch up to US$4.3 million (~S$5.8 million). Come on, it’s like a free art gallery. 

Should you want to enter the Resorts World Sentosa Casino located on the levels below, know that Singaporeans will have to pay a $150 1-day entry levy. Else, explore the island with your complimentary Sentosa Express pass, which you can use to get around Sentosa and HarbourFront. 

Crockfords Tower ADMISSION FEEFrom $852/night ADDRESS8 Sentosa Gateway, Crockfords Tower, Singapore 098269 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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37. M Hotel Singapore City Centre – Quick check-in with robot receptionist


With close proximity to attractions like Lau Pa Sat food court, The National Gallery Singapore, and Marina Bay Sands, it’s easy to wander back to M Hotel Singapore City Centre after a day of exploring.

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Upon entering, you’ll be met with a robot receptionist who’ll ensure your check-in is as smooth as possible. With 5 restaurants and bars inside the hotel, plus 24/7 room service, you won’t have to leave the hotel looking for food when your midnight munchies moment hits.

M Hotel Singapore ADDRESSAnson Rd, 81, Singapore 079908 Opening Hours: Show Time Hide

CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6224 1133 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$235.56 imageCheapestS$235.56


38. Park Regis Singapore – Walking distance from Clarke Quay bars & clubs


Being able to walk back to the hotel from the bars at 2am? A dream turned reality and it can happen when you book your stay at Park Regis Singapore.

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Aside from spacious studio rooms and a lap pool with a cascading waterfall, there’s the authentic Douraku sushi bar where guests can get 20% off its a la carte menu, as well as TungLok Seafood that’s famous for its chilli crab. At Park Regis, you can choose between rooms with direct access to the pool and those with views of the stunning river and city.

Park Regis Singapore ADMISSION FEEFrom $209/night ADDRESS23 Merchant Rd, Singapore 058268 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (1844)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6818 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$187.00 imageS$206.60imageCheapestS$187.00


39. One Farrer Hotel – 3 hotels in 1


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One Farrer Hotel has 3 hotels under one roof – Mint Hotel, Loft Apartments, and Saranggong Villas – to cater to all types of staycationers or travellers. Book a night at Mint Hotel if all you’re looking for is a comfortable room furnished with amenities like a study table and chair. 

Otherwise, upgrade to the Saranggong Villas for their 1-bedroom villas with a separate living area and a bathtub in the spacious bathroom.

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For longer stays, reserve a key with Loft Apartments. The serviced apartment has a working kitchen and work area on the 1st floor, and a living room on the 2nd floor. Regardless of which hotel you pick, all guests staying at One Farrer Hotel have access to the Olympic-sized swimming pool and 24-hour fitness centre.

One Farrer Hotel ADDRESS1 Farrer Park Station Road, Singapore 217562 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (3138)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6363 0101 enquiry@onefarrer.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$223.00 imageS$286.30imageCheapestS$223.00


40. Villa Samadhi Singapore by Samadhi – Nestled in Labrador Park


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Take one step into Villa Samadhi Singapore and you’ll be transported back in time, as this 20-room boutique hotel has taken over a garrison built in the 1920s. The British colonial theme runs strong from its tufted furniture and teak wood accents – the kind you’d spot in black-and-white houses from the same era.

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While the decor may look like they’re from another time period, the food here isn’t. Tamarind Hill is a fine-dining establishment that serves a modern take on traditional Thai and Shan cuisine. Guests can enjoy a selection of sharing plates and protein from the grill al fresco or indoors.

Villa Samadhi ADMISSION FEEFrom $274/Night. ADDRESS2747 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6929 2100 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$294.07 imageCheapestS$294.07imageS$584.00


41. Paradox Singapore Merchant Court – Right at Clarke Quay MRT


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With Clarke Quay being the main nightlife hotspot with its bars and clubs, having a place to call home for the night is invaluable. Cue Paradox Singapore Merchant Court. Clarke Quay MRT station is right at its doorstep, making it an ideal retreat after a fun night out. 

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Pre-game at the hotel’s Crossroads Bar that has a plethora of cocktails, wines, and liquors available. You can even fill up on bar bites here so that you’re not drinking on an empty stomach. Then, snuggle up in a spacious room decorated in floral motifs. You’ll get to flop onto plush beds and even pick out your own pillow from a menu. 

Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay ADDRESS20 Merchant Road, Singapore 058281 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.4 (3926)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6337 2288 info@paradoxsingapore.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$258.21 imageCheapestS$258.21imageS$305.00


42. Owen House by Hmlet – 1920s vintage hotel with a speakeasy


The 106-room Owen House by Hmlet has vintage vibes that’ll transport you back to the past. Located in the cultural hub of Little India, the hotel is adorned in 1920s kitsch. 

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Tall glass panels line the space, black leather stools wrap around the bar, and earthy-toned furniture adds old-school charm and cosiness to the surroundings. Room types range from double beds to suites with their own kitchenette. On levels 4 and 6, expect to find bright and airy communal areas to chill and hopefully make a new friend or two.

Owen House by Hmlet ADMISSION FEEFrom $146/night for a Deluxe Queen room. ADDRESS2 Owen Rd, Singapore 218842 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.8 (80)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 8858 6202 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$139.00 imageS$152.02imageCheapestS$139.00


43. One Farrer Hotel – Loft apartments & villas near MRT station


With 252 rooms ranging from standard rooms to loft apartments and one-bedroom villas, One Farrer Hotel in Little India has plenty of options for every type of traveller.

hotels in singaporeImage credit: @onefarrerhotel via Instagram

Being just a few minutes on foot from Farrer Park MRT station makes the hotel a perfect place for vacationers. That, and the fact that it has an in-house bakery, poolside restaurant, and rooftop private dining experience, as well as a 24/7 gym and an Olympic-sized pool, explains why it’s a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

One Farrer Hotel ADDRESS1 Farrer Park Station Road, Singapore 217562 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (3138)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6363 0101 enquiry@onefarrer.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$223.00 imageS$286.30imageCheapestS$223.00


44. Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt – Near plenty of cafes & restaurants 


If you dreamt up the perfect hotel, one that’s surrounded by cafes, bakeries, Thai restaurants, and BBQ joints, Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt would be it.

hotels in singaporeImage credit: @punch_media_digital via Instagram

The hotel boasts compact and comfy rooms and suites, with a few even coming with their own terrace and balcony. Unwind by strolling the bustling stretch of Tyrwhitt Road or lounging poolside with a drink at the hotel rooftop pool. There’s a kiddie wading pool as well if you’re travelling with the pack.

Mercure Singapore Tyrwhitt ADMISSION FEEFrom $114/night ADDRESS165 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207569 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS3.8 (2214)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6340 1188 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$154.00 imageS$192.09imageCheapestS$154.00


45. Nostalgia Hotel – Near all the cafes in Tiong Bahru


hotels in singaporeThe swimming pool is located on the 3rd floor, overlooking the street below.Image credit: Nostalgia Hotel, Singapore via Facebook

Nostalgia Hotel is located in the oldest estate in Singapore and is perfect for those who want to explore the famous cafes in Tiong Bahru. Even Tiong Bahru Market and Zion Riverside Food Centre are both within walking distance of the hotel for some local fanfare.

hotels in singaporeImage credit: Nostalgia Hotel, Singapore via Facebook

The hotel houses 48 rooms, with rates starting at $145/night. The Superior Rooms are the basic tier, with options of either twin beds or a queen bed. There are also Balcony Rooms where guests can sit on their open-air balconies for some private al fresco dining. 

Nostalgia Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $150/night ADDRESS77 Tiong Bahru Rd, Singapore 168727 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.2 (459)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6808 1818 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$120.00 imageS$141.56imageCheapestS$120.00


46. V Hotel Bencoolen – Near the National Museum of Singapore


hotels in singaporeFacilities at the hotel include an outdoor swimming pool and a mini garden.Image credit: @vhotelsg via Instagram

Folks looking for an affordable accommodation in town can look no further than V Hotel Bencoolen. Although not quite on Orchard Road, it’s close enough and just a 10-minute walk to GR.iD mall, Plaza Singapura, and Sim Lim Square. As for attractions nearby, there’s the National Museum of Singapore and Fort Canning Park.

hotels in singaporeDeluxe Queen room.Image credit: V Hotel via Facebook

The hotel has 6 types of rooms for 2-3 adults, including a loft-style Studio Room with beds both on the lower and upper floors. If you’re looking to stay a little longer, the hotel also welcomes guests for long-term stays. Simply drop them an enquiry for more package options.

V Hotel BencoolenADMISSION FEEFrom $140/night ADDRESS48 Bencoolen St, #01-01, V Hotel Bencoolen, Singapore 189627 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (3264)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6388 2233 vbn-res@vhotel.sg


47. Hotel Clover 769 – Indoor & outdoor jacuzzi rooms


hotels in singaporePremier Jacuzzi Rooms with outdoor jacuzzis.Image adapted from: Hotel Clover 769

Hotel Clover 769 is another boutique hotel in Kampong Glam that has been converted from a shophouse that used to be a tailor and jewellery parlour in the 60s. 

There are a couple of common areas to chill out at including the lobby lounge, a courtyard garden with swinging chairs, and their in-house restaurant that serves burgers.

hotels in singaporeThe Executive King rooms are a mid-tier option, suitable for a family of 4.Image credit: Hotel Clover 769

The types of rooms range from basic Superior Rooms to Premier Rooms, which have private indoor or outdoor jacuzzis. All bedrooms can accommodate up to 2 adults and 2 kiddos, except the Family Deluxe rooms, which can house 3 adults and 2 kids.

Hotel Clover 769 North Bridge Road ADMISSION FEEFrom $122/Night. ADDRESS769 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198737 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6340 1860 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$117.00 imageCheapestS$117.00


48. The Sultan – Kampong Glam hotel made from shophouses


hotels in singaporeSignature Puteri Rooms with full-height French shutter windows.Image credit: @thesultansg via Instagram

The Sultan is a collection of 10 shophouses in Kampong Glam and each room has been designed slightly differently, so no 2 rooms are the same. Step out of the hotel, and you’ll encounter Sultan Mosque and the vibrant Haji Lane lined with wall art, fashion boutiques, and restaurants.

Here’s a fun fact: recognised for its architectural heritage, the building has been featured on a 1996 Singapore stamp.

where to stay in singaporeThe Skylight Room.Image credit: @thesultansg via Instagram

There are 8 types of rooms at the hotel, such as single rooms suitable for business or solo travellers; and Skylight Rooms with partial glass ceilings that let you stare at the sky while in bed. Don’t forget to check out the rooftop garden for a tranquil space to reflect and enjoy views of the colourful neighbourhood.

The Sultan ADDRESS101 Jln Sultan, #01-01, Singapore 199002 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.2 (454)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6723 7101 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$141.00 imageS$154.56imageCheapestS$141.00


49. Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon – Free daily breakfast


On the foodie stretch of Jalan Besar, Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon is a comfy and affordable.

hotels in singaporeImage credit: @holidayinnexpresssg via Instagram

Each room booking comes with a free daily breakfast buffet that consists of both local and international cuisines so you’ll always have options. There’s unlimited free coffee and tea in the room, as well as free high speed WiFi.And as a bonus, there’s a bus stop right outside the hotel that will make your stay even more convenient.

Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon, an IHG Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $285/night ADDRESS270 Jln Besar, Singapore 209019 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (682)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6260 0500 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$213.16 imageCheapestS$213.16


50. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Singapore Novena – Newly renovated hotel in Balestier


A sleek no-frills hotel just off the city fringe, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Singapore Novena is close to all the best eats in Balestier.

hotels in singaporeImage credit: @holidayinnexpresssuitesnovena via Instagram

Inside, you’ll relax in a sanctuary of warm and earthy hues, comfy beds, and bright floor-to-ceiling window light. Outside, expect to find a tranquil park right next door where you can get some fresh air and forget that you’re staying in a city hotel. Breakfast buffet is served daily at the restaurant onsite, alongside an all-day modern Asian dining menu. 

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Singapore Novena, an IHG Hotel ADMISSION FEEFrom $247/night ADDRESS201 Balestier Rd, Singapore 329926 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.5 (138)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6355 9988 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$194.00 imageCheapestS$194.00


51. Holiday Inn Singapore Little India – Cosy loft-style rooms


If you’re into modern aesthetics with utmost convenience, Holiday Inn Singapore Little India is for you.

where to stay in singaporeImage credit: @holidayinnsglittleindia via Instagram

The entire space is sleek and minimalistic, with just a touch of whimsy thanks to the handful of loft-style rooms. There’s a coffee bar in the lobby where you can sip on freshly brewed cuppa, as well as an alfresco bar to wind down after a long day.

Holiday Inn Singapore Little India ADMISSION FEEFrom $271/night ADDRESS10 Farrer Park Station Rd, Singapore 217564 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.7 (937)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6824 8888 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$219.00 imageS$255.02imageCheapestS$219.00


– Backpacker hostels in Singapore –


52. DreamLodge Singapore – Modern & roomy bunk beds


When it comes to cheap hostels in Singapore, DreamLodge is one of the most highly rated accommodations, with guests raving about how friendly the folks running the place are. Breakfast at the pantry is complimentary, where you’ll usually find fruits, cereal, and milk. The same area can be used for work, as coffee and snacks are available 24/7.

hotels in singaporeImage credit: DreamLodge

The hostel is frequently visited by international students and backpackers from around the world, making it a great spot to make some new friends. Single pods start at $48/night. There are rooms with mixed pods for males and females, female-only pods, and couple pods.

Dream Lodge SingaporeADMISSION FEEFrom $92/night ADDRESS172 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207574 Opening Hours:Monday 08:00-19:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Tuesday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Wednesday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Thursday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Friday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Saturday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Sunday 08:00 AM-07:00 PM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.6 (249)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6816 1036


53. Spacepod@hive & Spacepod@lavender – Futuristic galaxy-themed pods


where to stay in singaporeImage credit: Spacepod@hive

If you’re looking for a cosy spot just to spend the night after a long day of touring around, check out Spacepod@hive and Spacepod@lavender which are centrally located in Little India and Lavender respectively. A 10-minute walk from the former will bring you to the shopping haven, Mustafa Centre

As you enter the pods, you’ll notice the galactic theme going on, as if you’re entering the set of a sci-fi movie. Pretty cool for the ‘Gram, we say. Similar to most hostels, there’s a shared kitchen, common bathrooms, and luggage storage space, so you don’t have to cram all your belongings in the pod.

Spacepod@hive ADMISSION FEEFrom $49/night ADDRESS624 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218223 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.1 (99)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 8168 4337 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$62.05 imageCheapestS$62.05


54. Rucksack Inn @ Tyrwhitt  – Lounge with bean bag chairs


hotels in singaporeImage credit: Rucksack Inn

Rucksack Inn @ Tyrwhitt is located in a prime spot in Jalan Besar. Bendemeer MRT, Lavender MRT, and Farrer Park MRT are all within walking distance, conveniently connecting you to 3 different MRT lines in Singapore.

It’s also surrounded by a number of shopping malls, including Aperia Mall and City Square Mall, so there are plenty of food options nearby. In fact, Thai food lovers must check out the Thai Supermarket in Aperia Mall for a taste of Bangkok’s street food, delectable snacks, and good ol’ milk tea.

where to stay in singaporeImage credit: Rucksack Inn

A quick glance through the reviews will reveal a common theme of cleanliness. The inn is also quite strict about house rules, such as no noise in the dorm rooms at night. Let’s say a whole bunch of you are going to be staying at the hostel together; the folks here are able to arrange for bulk ticket purchases for attractions, guided group tours, meals, and transport.

Rucksack Inn @ Tyrwhitt ADMISSION FEEFrom $68/night ADDRESS153A Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207566 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4 (193)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 8939 3238 More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$22.00 imageCheapestS$22.00


55. Blanc Inn – Hostel with divided rooms for more privacy


hotels in singaporeCommon lounge.Image credit: Blanc Inn

Blanc Inn might be a hostel, but you won’t find the typical dorm room with bunk beds here. Instead, all guests get their own private space with rooms that are divided by high walls and curtains. Yes, the rooms are extra cosy, but you won’t have to worry about sharing a space with a complete stranger.

You also won’t see any kids under 12 years old in the hostel, as it’s meant for teens and adults only. Just be aware that there isn’t much sound insulation, so guests are encouraged to keep their volume down at night.

Blanc Inn Singapore Boutique Hostel ADDRESS151 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207564 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Tuesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Wednesday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Thursday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Friday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Saturday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
Sunday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM

GOOGLE REVIEWS4.2 (91)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 8113 9906 blancinn@gmail.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$58.00 imageS$99.92imageCheapestS$58.00


56. The POD Boutique Capsule Hotel – Individual bathrooms with toilet & shower


hotels in singaporeBusiness pods and self-contained bathrooms.Image adapted from: The POD Boutique Capsule Hotel

Capsule hotels have earned a good rep among budget travellers looking for something affordable yet comfortable. The POD Boutique Capsule Hotel in Bugis is great for anyone looking to live near the city without busting their wallet. Business travellers can make use of the private pods to work in peace while those looking to mingle with like-minded travellers can hang out at the lounge to chit-chat with other guests. 

hotels in singaporeQueen Pods for couples or friends.Image credit: The POD Boutique Capsule Hotel

Instead of the dorm-like facilities where showers and toilets are usually separate, the shared bathrooms at The POD Boutique Capsule Hotel contain both for more privacy. There are also Single Pod or Queen Pod Suites for individuals and duos who want their own room during their stay. Otherwise, all other pods are contained within shared rooms – mixed or female-only.

The Pod Boutique Capsule Hotel ADDRESS289 Beach Rd, Level 3, Singapore 199552 Opening Hours:Monday 00:00-00:00 Show Time Hide

Monday 12:00 AM-12:00 AM
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GOOGLE REVIEWS4.3 (1051)CONTACT INFORMATION+65 6298 8505 info@thepodcapsulehotel.com More InformationRECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$92.25 imageCheapestS$92.25


Hotels & hostels in Singapore for all budgets


Let’s be honest: a hotel can truly make or break your vacay. While you’re out there searching for a swank hotel that’s clean and comfy, you’d still want to stay within your budget. That, however, doesn’t mean you’ll have to be relegated to a war-torn motel. 

Take a leaf out of this trusty list of the best hotels for every budget the next time you want to book a room so you can treat yourself and your wallet at the same time.


Which area of Singapore to stay at?


Singapore’s pretty accessible via public transport, so we’d proudly say that anywhere is great. But if you’re planning to do some major shopping without having to travel far, Orchard and Somerset areas are your best bet. For those with a big budget or travellers coming in for special occasions like Formula 1 weekend, have a look at the swanky hotels in the Marina Bay area. 

Then there’s Sentosa island with its abundance of resort-like hotels where you can hop on a free shuttle to the beach and attractions like Universal Studios Singapore in a jiffy. 

If you’re on a budget, have a look at Little India, Chinatown, Clarke Quay, and Boat Quay. These neighbourhoods are where you’ll locate wallet-friendly hotels like Fragrance Hotel and Hotel 81, as well as backpackers’ hostels.


Can you book a hotel under 18 in Singapore?


To be able to book a hotel room in Singapore, you’ll need to be 18 and above. Photo IDs such as your NRIC or passport are required upon check-in. Those under the minimum age will have to be accompanied by an adult.

In terms of hotel booking tips, one of the best ways to compare prices between various booking platforms is simply Googling the hotels and dates of your stay. Generally speaking, weekend rates tend to be higher than weekday rates.

For more things to do in Singapore:

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