5 Hotels for Staycation in Singapore

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Travelling is one of the best things you can do in life, but if you are not able to go away, a staycation is a good alternative. From a romantic holiday, to a spur-of-the-moment weekend jaunt, or a getaway with the family – we have rounded up 5 hotels that you can consider for a staycation in Singapore.

Four Seasons Singapore

Couples Room


Four Seasons Singapore


For couples who are looking for a romantic retreat, Four Seasons is the ideal place. Their luxurious rooms on the designated couples’ floor are specifically designed for an intimate experience – no kids, no screaming, no disturbance.

Special touches are meticulously put in place for a holistic experience in the couples’ rooms. Be pleasantly surprised by marshmallows and fruits, and take a nice candle-lit bath. There is also a selection of romantic music CDs and movies for a night of unwinding and indulging with each other.

190 Orchard Boulevard
Tel: +65 6734 1110

Hotel Fort Canning Singapore

Hotel Fort Canning


Hotel Fort Canning


One of our top picks is Hotel Fort Canning, a posh and modern boutique hotel located at Fort Canning Park. What I like about the hotel is that it gets the basics right: friendly staff, free wifi for all guests, and a stylish and elegant room – with a wooden and earth element – that is so comfortable. If you have an anniversary, birthday, or special occasion coming up that you want to celebrate, Hotel Fort Canning is definitely apt for a celebratory retreat. Trust me on this.

The hotel always has various promotions for weekend staycations, so make sure to check before booking.

11 Canning Walk
Tel: +65 6559 6769

Marina Bay Sands

MBS Room


Marina Bay Sands Singapore


Since Marina Bay Sands (MBS) opened its door, it has been one of the most popular destinations for visitors from all over the world. And this is by no surprise, since it stands on one of the most perfect spots in Singapore. The spacious and well-equipped rooms — facing either Gardens by the Bay or the city’s magnificent skyline — are suitable for all occasions. From shopping at the luxury boutiques to entertainments for adults and children, to dining at the top tables in town – the integrated resort has everything you need.

10 Bayfront Avenue
Tel: +65 6688 8868

Resorts World Sentosa Singapore


Resorts World Sentosa Singapore


At Resorts World Sentosa, there are six hotels, all with its own unique theme - Crockfords Towers, Hotel Michael, Hard Rock Hotel, Festive Hotel, Equarius Hotel and Beach Villas

Resorts World Sentosa is a self-contained Integrated Resort, and no matter which hotel you put up at, there is surely something for everyone. Choose to spend a day at Universal Studios Singapore with your family, or have a little splashing fun at Port of Lost Wonder; Wine & Dine at the various prestigious restaurants, or indulge in a little luxury shopping with your lover.

8 Sentosa Gateway
Tel: +65 6577 8888

The Ritz-Carlton

Ritz-Carlton Singapore


The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore


While there are plenty of 5 star hotels in Singapore, The Ritz-Carlton impresses with its luxe features and amenities such as meeting venues, spa, and fine dining restaurants. Greenhouse offers one of the best champagne brunches on weekends, while Summer Pavilion serves refined Cantonese fare. If you have some time to spare during the middle of the day, Chihuly Lounge is the place to go for afternoon tea.

The hotel not only has a convenient location in the heart of Marina Centre, but also boasts a terrific view of the city’s skyline.

7 Raffles Avenue
Tel: +65 6337 8888

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Last summer we had stayed in four season, this was nice place for us, before arriving the hotel already arranged kids’ gifts, bathrobes and fresh juice for our kids. We loved it silent environments and romantic retreat.

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