Staycations have become so common in Singapore, it is surely a regular date night idea for many couples. If you are planning a surprise staycation for your special someone on Valentine’s Day, you would want the hotel and the room to be unique and surprising, because normal rooms won’t do as they can still be dull even with the addition of rose petals on the bed and a bottle of wine and champagne.
Instead on splurging all of your money on a glorious suite, why not just pick one of these dreamy hotels with one-of-a-kind rooms, and is guaranteed to give you something beautiful to remember?
From sleek new hotels with an edge to swanky boutique hotels with reasonable prices, there is something for everyone. Here are 14 Valentine’s Day Staycation Ideas in Singapore For A Perfect February The 14th!
The Hotel Jen line of hotels is a perennial favourite among travellers of all sorts. It is a fun brand that plays around with modern touches and cheery colours, and the all new Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore is a swanky property with cosy vibes that is so easy to fall in love with.
After undergoing a whopping S$45 million renovation, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore is now ready to impress with its facelift.
As part of the re-opening, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore has a room stay deal that you totally cannot miss. With introductory room rates from S$165++ onwards that includes complimentary breakfast and wi-fi, this is a fantastic opportunity to check out the property. Travelers coming to Singapore, this is perfect for you. For the rest of us Singaporeans, does this not sound like a staycation to book right away?
As one of the newest hotels added to our cityscape, Park Hotel Alexandra is a hotel quite unlike the others in town. You might think it is strange to build a hotel in a relatively old neighbourhood, but that is precisely what had us falling in love.
Park Hotel Alexandra is no less polished and modern, and we have since had two staycations at the property. You bet we loved it.
Complete with an infinity pool, a premium roast buffet, one of the most gorgeous bars in Singapore and a stylish coffee place all within the premise, Park Hotel Alexandra is a charming one and here is Why You Should Avoid The Crowd in Town And Whisk Away to Park Hotel Alexandra.
To celebrate its grand opening, Park Hotel Alexandra has launched TRAILS OF ALEXANDRA, an interactive, discovery-oriented Facebook campaign. Stand to win attractive prizes including a 1-night staycation in a suite by answering a fun-filled quiz that revolves around the Alexandra neighbourhood! Scroll to the end of the article to find out more.
We have stayed at many luxurious hotels and resorts all over the world, but Hansar impressed us on a whole new arena. It is hard to say just why, but everything about Hansar feels so right.
Hansar may not be the most accessible, neither does it have a superb location, but for the price you pay to luxuriate, it sure is worth it. Situated at the Ratchadamri area, just farther up from St. Regis and Four Seasons Hotel, it is not your typical commercial hotel where everything feels posh, but one-dimensional.
Hong Kong is prized for its city skyline, and we are always on the lookout for hotels with unobstructed views of the Harbour – Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel has just been added to our list because we had a very memorable stay there recently.
Sitting in the heart of Wan Chai district – one of our favourite places to stay at when in Hong Kong - Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel is a part of the Marriott group, with a strategic waterfront location that overlooks the Harbour on the Kowloon side. Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel may not be the most posh hotel in Hong Kong, but it is no less popular among business travellers and tourists.
Staying in a hotel suite, family room or an entire apartment studio for less than S$100 a night at Ho Chi Minh is very possible.
We have came up with a list of semi luxurious lodging in Ho Chi Minh’s District 1, which will cost no more than S$100 a night. Each listing accommodates more than 2 guests at minimal/no surcharge; in other words, each person only has to pay approximately S$25 per night to stay in a suite! You also get to enjoy free wifi and free breakfast* in all the featured places.
District 1 is the ideal area for travelers who wish to explore Ho Chi Minh – it is the central business district, where most famous attractions are located.
Planning to visit Bangkok but clueless on where to stay? Fret not, because options are aplenty. And we have narrowed down 13 Bangkok Hotels that costs no more than S$120 a night.
These credible hotels do not compromise on comfort, and make a great retreat without burning a hole in your pockets. We understand the various factors that determine one’s accommodation, hence we have done some evaluation for each hotel’s facilities and location. Regardless of whether you are in Bangkok for a food tour or shopping spree, one of these hotels may just be the right place for you.
Traveling need not be a costly experience. Read on more to discover these 13 Splendid Bangkok Hotels That You Can Stay At For Under S$120 Per Night.
Back in April, we went on a trip to visit the best of Queensland for two weeks. We started our adventure in Brisbane, and moved on to Sunshine Coast, before spending the second week in Gold Coast.
And at Gold Coast, we put up at what we would like to think of as a dream home – a fully-equipped 2-bedroom apartment at Peppers Broadbeach with a million dollar and unobstructed view of Broadbeach; everything that we envisioned for our future home.