8 Hotels in Singapore


  1. Raffles Hotel

After a meticulous two-year refurbishment by acclaimed interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud, the iconic Raffles Hotel is now back – and more majestic than ever before. Housed in a beautifully restored colonial building from 1887, the hotel boasts beautiful interiors with antique furnishings, fine oriental carpets, and teak wood flooring.

Image Source: Visit Singapore

Address: Raffles Hotel, 1 Beach Road 189673


  1. The Fullerton Bay Hotel

The crown jewel of the Marina Bay basin, the Fullerton Bay is beautiful and offers a fabulous panorama. The main lobby is in the historic Clifford Pier and boasts beautiful, dramatic arches. All the rooms promise a view, but the Bay View categories are sublime. Thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows, you get to experience the bay’s changing faces: glittery and resplendent at night, and a beautiful vision to wake up to.

Image Source: Tripadvisor (view from Fullerton  Bay Hotel)

Address: 80 Collyer Quay 049326


  1. Sofitel City Centre

Sofitel is every wellness-conscious traveler’s dream come true. Besides the 24-hour hotel gym, Club Floor guests have access to the adjacent Virgin Active gym where you can exercise in a high-altitude room, join workout classes, or get some salt therapy in the Himalayan Salt Inhalation Room.

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Address: 9 Wallich Street 078885


  1. Marina Bay Sands

Snagging a pool selfie at Marina Bay Sands (MBS) is to reach the pinnacle of your selfie game – literally, because the pool deck, perched at 57 stories and spanning the length of three Olympic-sized pools, is the highest and largest rooftop pool in the world. Then there’s the daredevil allure of the infinity pool’s “vanishing edge” and the skyline below. You just gotta be creative at cropping because this is a 2,500-room hotel so the pool’s bound to be packed.

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Address: 1 Bayfront Avenue 018971


  1. W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

The W Singapore is a sexy hotel. Beats thump through the lobby, beautiful people parade around the pool and red Prada leather adorns the lift walls. A staycation here is like peeping into the lifestyles of Sentosa Cove’s rich and famous. But the pool is where we spent most of our time: open 24/7, it pulses with life in the day and transforms into a private, sensuous and oh-so-inviting space at night.

Image Source: Tripadvisor

Address: 21 Ocean Way 098374


  1. Villa Samadhi

This 20-room boutique hotel in a little forest clearing within Labrador Park is easy to fall in love with. The black-and-white villa dates to the colonial era yet offers all the trappings of modern life tastefully clad in antique or upcycled furnishing that exude old-world grandeur. But more than its romantic charm, what won our hearts was the hospitality. A wooden boardwalk leads into the villa from the carpark and sets the mood for an idyllic retreat in nature.

Image Source: Traveloka

Address: 20 Labrador Villa Road 119193


  1. Shang-ri La

Nestled within 15 acres of tropical gardens, Shangri-La Singapore offers a hideaway just 7-minutes from the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road. This luxurious hotel features pampering body treatments at Chi, The Spa and a fitness center. Free WiFi is available in all rooms and complimentary private parking is offered. It is 1.2 mi to ION Orchard Mall. Shangri-La Hotel Singapore 1.4 mi from Singapore Botanic Gardens and Far East Plaza.

Image Source: Booking

Address: 22 Orange Grove Road 258350


  1. Park Regis

Park Regis Singapore offers 202 modern studio-concept guest rooms, strategically located in the heart of the Central Business District at Clarke Quay. Conveniently located next to Singapore’s most vibrant entertainment hub, Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, Robertson Quay and Chinatown.

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Address: 23 Merchant Road 058268


Who doesn’t want a staycation after reading this? Have fun!


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