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Top 10 Hotels in Singapore

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
5 out of 5
75 Airport Boulevard, Singapore
SG$233
per night
6 May-7 May
4.5/5Wonderful! (3,897 reviews)

"The staff managed to accomodate our requests. They’re friendly and considerate. The room is big and clean. Thank you."…"

Reviewed on 1 Apr,2020

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
W Singapore - Sentosa Cove
5 out of 5
21 Ocean Way, Singapore
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
SG$289
per night
6 May-7 May
4.5/5Wonderful! (1,329 reviews)

"Excellent place to have stayfication with your wife and kids."…"

Reviewed on 30 Mar,2020

W Singapore - Sentosa Cove
YotelAir Singapore Changi Airport
3 out of 5
78 Airport Boulevard, Changi, #04-280, Singapore
SG$154
per night
6 Apr-7 Apr
4.1/5Very Good! (224 reviews)

"Very clean facility, modern and great location. The best part was the kind and helpful staff. The front desk people went out of their way to help me and the housekeeping staff was wonderful as well. Very thankful for my stay with YOTEL at Jewel. I will recommend to all my friends in CALIFORNIA ..."…"

Reviewed on 1 Apr,2020

YotelAir Singapore Changi Airport
Rendezvous Hotel Singapore
4.5 out of 5
9 Bras Basah Road, Singapore
SG$150
per night
6 May-7 May
4.3/5Excellent! (2,183 reviews)

"Very friendly staff and excellent location."…"

Reviewed on 23 Mar,2020

Rendezvous Hotel Singapore
Aerotel Transit Hotel, Terminal 1
3 out of 5
Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 1, Level 3, Near gate D41,Transit Area, Singapore
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4/5Very Good! (1,676 reviews)

"Very friendly and helpful staff. Free meal provided. The rooms were very quiet for a hotel located inside of an airport. I wish every airport on Earth had such a hotel."…"

Reviewed on 18 Mar,2020

Aerotel Transit Hotel, Terminal 1
Hotel Boss
3.5 out of 5
500 Jalan Sultan Road, Singapore
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
SG$87
per night
7 Apr-8 Apr
3.7/5Good! (4,192 reviews)

"Good location, near to a few nice dessert place. Bak kut teh just outside the hotel. Near to lavender mrt. Hotel does not provide disposable shaver. Table tops were not cleaned , leaving stains. Staff at the reception was really bad, no smiles and sounded like we owed them. Poor service. Encountered ..."…"

Reviewed on 28 Mar,2020

Hotel Boss
Marina Bay Sands
5 out of 5
BAYFRONT AVENUE,10, Singapore, SIN
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4.3/5Excellent! (2,359 reviews)

"My family loved everything about Marina Bay Sands. Will surely come back."…"

Reviewed on 1 Dec,2019

Marina Bay Sands
Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore by Shangri-La
4 out of 5
277 Orchard Road, Singapore
SG$250
per night
5 May-6 May
4.5/5Wonderful! (2,001 reviews)

"Loved the pool area and that it was open until 11pm It was so close to shops and transport and Jeno (the robot )was an amazing teabag deliverer"…"

Reviewed on 10 Mar,2020

Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore by Shangri-La
M Social Singapore
4 out of 5
90 Robertson Quay, Singapore
SG$144
per night
6 Apr-7 Apr
4.3/5Excellent! (1,174 reviews)

"Official check in time was 2pm but front desk explained that there would be a delay as they had to spend more time cleaning due to the COVID19 situation. They provided us drink vouchers at the hotel restaurant as we waited. Ended up checking in only at 3+pm. Not the most ideal situation but understandable ..."…"

Reviewed on 19 Mar,2020

M Social Singapore
Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa
5 out of 5
101 Siloso Road Sentosa, Singapore
SG$315
per night
1 May-2 May
4.4/5Excellent! (1,738 reviews)

"This resort caters so well for both adults and kids. My 4 year old had the best time - she enjoyed the wide selection of breakfast items, the waterslides and pool, the kids club and the beach. The staff was extra friendly and pleasant. Room service was fast. Poolside meals and drinks were ..."…"

Reviewed on 3 Mar,2020

Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa
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Staycation in Singapore Hotels

When you need a holiday but don't have the time to plan a full-scale trip, a staycation is the perfect way to unwind. Minus the fuss of passports and travel time, go straight to checking in to your luxe Singapore hotel and start your vacation time right away. Get pampered in a luxury hotel, escape your HDB for a week in an affordable hotel, celebrate your birthday living it large beachside at Sentosa, have a party weekend with friends staying near nightlife hotspots. So many options! 

Your Kind of Staycation - Match Things to do in Singapore with Your Hotel Choice

Singapore has transformed from fishing village to modern metropolis, with an impressive skyline in the CBD, an upscale shopping boulevard along Orchard Road, blossoming neighbourhoods, and lots of makan spots to be uncovered. Match interesting things to do with your choice of Singapore hotels. 

A staycation is a good way to experience different neighbourhoods in Singapore. You might be surprised to find that life feels a little different for fellow Singaporeans who live on the other side of the island. Drop your bag off at a hotel in Balestier and go on the Balestier food trail, checking out shop houses and heritage buildings in that area. Stay in Little India and take in the sights and sounds of life there. Find a Changi villa for a retreat closer to nature. Make a list of things to see and do -- historical tours, famous temples, iconic buildings, award-winning restaurants, art jams. Then go about your staycation with part of the day exploring the parts of Singapore you don't know enough about, and the rest of it relaxing like royalty in a comfortable bed, swimming in your hotel pool, enjoying delicious buffets.

Of course, a romantic staycation makes lots of sense for Singaporeans. Spend a couples weekend in a romantic hotel splashing about in the pool, in beds that feel like sleeping in clouds, lounging on your private balcony and doing whatever you want. 

Makan, Makan, Makan! Eating is at the top of the list of things to do in Singapore. A foodie staycation is as good an excuse as any. Find a hotel in your favourite makan spots like Newton, Balestier or in the city centre where you're well connected to an endless array of Hainanese chicken rice, satay, laksa, roti prata all the way to foreign flavours like tacos, steaks, Brazilian churrasco. 

The Singapore Zoo is a timeless classic. Especially if you have kids. It is, after all, one of the best zoos in the world. By public transport, its a little bit of an effort to get to. Many hotels in SIngapore's city centre offer a shuttle service to Mandai Zoo, making this a top choice for a family staycation. 

In the market for a lot more pampering and lounging about? There are lots of popular Singapore hotels that have become tourist favourites. Go see for yourselves what the fuss is about!

Where to Stay in Singapore

Good things to lookout for: Singapore hotels with pools, hotels with award-winning facilities like restaurants or spas, hotels with rooftop pools or bars, and rooms with bathtubs. All good recipes for a pampering staycay.

Book a Singapore beach resort in Sentosa to experience more of an island feel. The luxury resorts in Sentosa are great for a romantic escape that makes you feel you're on a holiday. It's also a top choice for a family staycation due to the proximity to Universal Studios Singapore and the SEA Aquarium.

The Marina Bay and Esplanade area have overtaken Orchard among top spots for visitors to get a Singapore hotel. But hotels in Orchard are still a good option, for convenience in getting around, for shopping and eating in good restaurants all on your doorstep.

Around Beach Road, Bugis, Arab Street and the Padang, there are a few more options that place you in a good location. Visit museums, bars with a view, join in events and festivals. Lots of interesting things to do around here, and good chance for cheaper hotels as these aren't the tourist headliners but you're just on the city fringes so its still really convenient.

Don't miss out on Singapore's boutique hotels though, as they offer a different flavour. Go for luxury boutique hotels which have artsy or minimalist innovative designs. Or check in to heritage hotels in Singapore which celebrate Singapore's Asian roots and colonial history. Raffles Hotel is the most iconic hotel in Singapore, but there are plenty of interesting new boutique hotels too.

Besides Bugis, there are plenty of budget hotels in Singapore located in Geylang, Chinatown and Little India. All these areas which feature plenty of attractions to check out as well, and blossom with activities around annual festivals such as Chinese New Year, Thaipusam, Chingay and Hari Raya. Get your fill of keropok, Malay food, tau sar piah and roti prata during your stay.

Luxury Hotels in Singapore 

Where you choose to stay can be just as enjoyable as the holiday itself. If you're going to treat yourself to a fuss-free staycation, why not go all the way? There is no shortage of luxury hotels in Singapore. The Shangri-La Hotel is set in a tropical paradise which has a large luxurious pool surrounded by palm trees. For other fantastic luxury hotels, you could also try the Pan Pacific Singapore, Capella Singapore or The Fullerton Bay Hotel. All of these hotels have received above 4.5 out of 5 stars in customer reviews. Prices vary dependant on the time of year and also what types of extras you’d like in your room.

Mid-Range Hotels in Singapore

For something a little more affordable, the mid-range hotels in Singapore can feel just as luxurious as those in the city without the weighty price tag. One of our favourite mid-price hotels is the AMOY which includes breakfast in your stay. For a hotel that offers luxury at a lower price, try the Naumi Hotel which includes a buffet breakfast, Apple TV and Nespresso machine in your room. Plus a little rooftop pool and bar that's very chilled out. Other highly recommended hotels include Goodwood Park, the Park Avenue Rochester and the Royal Plaza on Scotts. 

Cheap Singapore Hotels

Cheap hotels may be a little harder to come by in Singapore, but you certainly can find places to stay that offers excellent value. The following hotels still provide a great location and come with amenities such as free Wi-Fi and parking. The Noble Hotel is located in Little India and has received 5 stars in customer reviews. The hotel has its own restaurant and café along with a dry cleaning service. You may also want to check out the Hotel YAN, The Haven by Jetquay or the Orchid Hotel, who all offer lower end prices and have received great customer reviews.


Frequently asked questions

What's the best place to stay in Singapore?
The Fullerton Bay Hotel is ranked highly by Expedia customers. This 5-star hotel offers a marina and 2 restaurants. It’s located steps from Merlion. Traveller reviews also recommend Raffles Singapore and The Vagabond Club, Singapore, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel as top options for your stay.
If I need to cancel my hotel reservation in Singapore, will I receive a refund?
Yes, most hotel reservations are refundable provided that you cancel prior to the hotel’s cancellation deadline, which often is within 24-48 hours of check in. If you booked a non-refundable reservation, you may still be able to cancel and be given a refund within a 24-hour period of booking. Add your dates and click on “Search”, then you can filter by “free cancellation” to view the top deals on offer in Singapore.
What's the best budget-friendly hotel in Singapore?
Based on reviews, Village Hotel Changi is a popular hotel for our travellers who want a more economical choice, and features free WiFi and free parking. Other choices to stay on the cheap include ibis Singapore On Bencoolen and The Noble Hotel.
What's the best accommodation option for a family holiday to Singapore?
Treetops Executive Residences is a top 4.5-star aparthotel on Expedia for families, and features a children’s pool and a restaurant. Other good choices for your family trip include Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa and Mandarin Orchard Singapore. Also, attractions such as Singapore Flyer and S.E.A. Aquarium are fun for children of all ages.
What's the best accommodation for couples in Singapore?
Pan Pacific Singapore is a favourite 5-star hotel for couples, and features premium bedding and 24-hour room service. Other good options for your romantic getaway include Mandarin Oriental, Singapore and Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore by Shangri-La.
What's the best pet-friendly place to stay in Singapore?
Capella Singapore is a top hotel for people travelling with their pets, and offers 2 restaurants and 3 outdoor pools for its human guests. Pegasus Hotel is another option for you and your pet.
What's the best place to stay to stay near the beach in Singapore?
The Fullerton Bay Hotel is a top 4-star aparthotel for a beach holiday, and features an outdoor pool and free buffet breakfast. Other good choices for your stay near the beach include Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa and Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa. To enjoy some time by the water, head to Palawan Beach or Siloso Beach.
What's the best luxury place to stay in Singapore?
Regent Singapore is a 5-star hotel with 3 restaurants and a full-service spa, and it’s a popular choice for Expedia travellers looking for a pampered stay. Carlton Hotel Singapore and PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore are two other upscale options for your stay.
What's the best boutique hotel in Singapore?
Naumi Hotel is a favourite 4.5-star hotel with Expedia travellers looking for stylish accommodation, and features a restaurant and a poolside bar. Wanderlust and The Porcelain Hotel by JL Asia are a couple of other boutique hotels.
What's the best golf hotel in Singapore?
ONE15 Marina Sentosa Cove Singapore is a 4-star hotel featuring a marina and free WiFi, and it’s a top choice for golfing nearby. Other good options to stay near a golf course include Capella Singapore and Hotel Clover 33 Jalan Sultan. You can tee off at Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore Island Country Club or Marina Bay Golf Course while you’re in town.
What's it like to stay in Singapore?
Travellers to Singapore give high marks for the bustling marina, beautiful gardens and shopping. Urban and scenic, this city will delight tourists with its China town, monuments and museums. Top sights in the city include Gardens by the Bay, Orchard Road and Universal Studios Singapore™. In Singapore, there are 1407 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from.
What are the top places to visit in Singapore?
Well known for its museums, the city’s cultural venues include National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore and ArtScience Museum. Attractions such as Singapore Flyer, S.E.A. Aquarium and Universal Studios Singapore™ are fun for children of all ages. Its Chinatown and monuments are notable and landmarks include Merlion, Marina Bay Sands Skypark and Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore.

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