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Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa
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Live list of Singapore hotels accepting reservations for staycations

Spend quality time with bae or get together with some of your closest friends at these hotels in town

By Dewi Nurjuwita
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In case you've missed it, the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has recently made an announcement that hotels are now allowed to resume providing accommodation to guests for leisure and opening their recreation areas to children – subject to stringent safe distancing measures, that is. But we are finally allowed to staycation again, and there are now more than 100 hotels accepting reservations for a staycation. So if you're looking to spend quality time with bae, or a get together with your closest friends, it's time to get planning. Here's a running list of our favourite hotels that can now accept guests again, with immediate effect. For the full list, check out STB's official site here


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Marina Bay Sands
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Marina Bay Sands

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After being shuttered for a few months, the iconic Marina Bay Sands is finally opening its doors for staycation reservations again. Book yourself a stay at one of the accommodation options – ranging from the deluxe and premier rooms to one of the hotel's suites – and take in breathtaking views from the floor-to-ceiling windows at this iconic hotel. 

There are various staycation promotions for you to take advantage of: including a $40 discount off your room per night and a free $75 credit for you to spend during your luxurious stay. Rates start from $379. 

 

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Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa

Hotels Spa hotels Sentosa

We may not be able to go on a tropical vacation right now, but a staycation at Sofitel Singapore Resort & Spa comes close. The resort has been approved to accept staycation reservations again and is now an SG Clean certified hotel, which means that it follows stringent cleaning standards and operational protocols aligned with the Safe Management Measures mandated by local authorities. 

Sofitel Singapore Resort & Spa's luxurious resort-styled accommodation boasts sweeping views of the sunset at Sentosa Island's iconic Tanjong Beach – ranging from rooms to suites and even villas, each elegantly-designed guestroom inspired by Paris' Jardin du Luxembourg. Take advantage of the resort's ongoing promotions and indulge in a Sunday Brunch at The Cliff from $97, or treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage (from $180) at So Spa, where ancient massage traditions meet latest French cosmetology.

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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (SG Clean)

Hotels Raffles Place

What better place to celebrate hotels opening again than at one of our beautiful historic hotels? 

Whether you're looking to stay in an opulent suite, spend time with your loved one or family, or simply change up your WFH routine, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is offering various offers, including its Suite Compliments package from $1180 for two nights, tailored for family and friends to enjoy an extended luxurious stay at one of the hotel's suites. Book one night and enjoy a complimentary second night – complete with daily Chandon breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapes for two adults and two children, as well as a complimentary one-way limousine transfer per stay. 

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The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Hotels Raffles Place

Alternatively, for all-encompassing views of the Marina Bay, book a stay at Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore instead. The hotel is running a staycation promotion with rates starting from $660 – with a complimentary upgrade to a Bay View Room. Incentives include early check-in at 11am and late check-out at 4pm, as well as a $150 dining credit per stay for redemption at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore's dining outlets and in-room dining. 

 

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The Warehouse Hotel

Hotels Raffles Place

If you love spending your weekends strolling along the river and watching the world go by at one of the cafes along Robertson Quay, book a stay at The Warehouse Hotel. The chic boutique hotel is housed in a meticulously restored heritage building – and is home to 37 beautifully-designed rooms and suites, a glass-walled infinity pool, a refined modern Singaporean concept helmed by Chef Wilin Low and a sophisticated lobby bar. 

 

 

Raffles Hotel Singapore

Hotels City Hall

The regal Raffles Hotel Singapore swings its door open for all Singapore residents with the introduction of three staycation packages: whether it's a complimentary night when you book a suite (from $795), the perfect wellness staycation package to relax and rejuvenate (from $2,199), or a getaway coupled with the hotel's classic Afternoon Tea experience (from $2,330). For more info, visit the official site here.  

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W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

Hotels Sentosa

For a fab weekend, check into W Singapore. A staycation here is like peeping into the lifestyles of Sentosa Cove’s rich and famous – so don’t forget your polo tee and bug-eyed sunnies.

Book one of the hotel's 240 eclectically-designed guest rooms and soak up the sun and enjoy thumping beats at the hotel's signature Wet Pool or spend an evening socialising at the Woobar. Don't forget to treat yourself to a treatment at the Away Spa – which offers everything from massages and facials to manicures and pedicures. 

lyf Funan Singapore
lyf Funan Singapore

lyf Funan Singapore

Hotels Residential hotels City Hall

Dubbed as the largest co-living property in Southeast Asia, lyf Funan Singapore is Ascott's latest co-living brand at the recently opened Funan Singapore. And trust us, it's as millennial as millennial gets – neon signs, pastel ball pits, and Wes Anderson-inspired bathrooms included. 

Not only is it within walking proximity to City Hall, the Civic District, and Clarke Quay, but it also boasts a dynamic environment with well-designed social spaces and a diverse community. Book a studio if you need a quiet space to retreat into for a day or two, or grab your friends and choose the six-bedroom duplex. Do note that you can have a maximum of five people from different households. Accommodation starts from $108 per night (valid till December 31, 2020). 

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Oasia Hotel Downtown Singapore

Hotels Tanjong Pagar

Ever wanted to live in a plush apartment right in the heart of the city? At Oasia Hotel Downtown, you can – even if only for a few days. The hotel towers over Tanjong Pagar MRT station, with hi-fi city views and buzzy F&B options within its furry green shell. From now till August 31, Oasia Hotels is offering up to 45 percent off rates as part of its mega sale

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Resorts World Sentosa - Crockfords Tower

Hotels Sentosa

Want a short island getaway for the whole family? Check into this exclusive all-suite hotel at Sentosa. The luxurious deluxe suites are lavishly appointed with custom-designed furniture, as well as an opulent bathroom equipped with its own steam room and a television set. Crockfords Tower is also the perfect base to explore Sentosa's attractions that have also reopened, such as Universal Studios Singapore, SEA Aquarium and Madame Tussauds Singapore. 

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Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

Hotels Orchard

If you like to be in the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road, book a stay at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. The hotel has just launched specially-curated Staycation packages which offer attractive perks such as a 24-hour stay with check-in and check-out flexibility, $70 F&B credit, complimentary breakfast, free parking, English High Tea with Champagne, and more. Rates start from $258 per night.

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Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Hotels Orchard

Take a breather and rejuvenate yourself when you book a luxurious staycation at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. Located on tranquil, tree-lined Orchard Boulevard, the hotel is an oasis of calm in the midst of a busy city. Head up to the 20th floor to take in panoramic views of the city, take a dip in the rooftop pool, or dine at the Michelin-starred Jiang-Nan Chun.

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The St. Regis Singapore

Hotels Orchard

Alternatively, The St. Regis Singapore is located on the outskirts of the shopping belt – yet within walking proximity. Gastronauts will love the various dining options here, from premier Italian restaurant LaBrezza to Cantonese restaurant Yan Ting and Shinji By Kanesaka, which showcases the richness of Japanese culinary heritage. 

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ONE°15 Marina Club Singapore

Hotels Sentosa

Check into ONE°15 Marina Club Singapore and enjoy its peaceful and scenic waterfront location on Sentosa Cove. Its stylish and modern guestrooms are equipped with modern amenities such as a flat-screen TV, coffee machine, and free wifi. The contemporary en-suite bathrooms are flanked with either glass walls or glass ceilings and come with a relaxing bathtub. Want to spend time outdoors and enjoy the club facilities? Chill out and head to its infinity outdoor pool, or pamper yourself to a spa treatment.

 

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Changi Cove

Hotels Changi 

Hide away from the busy city centre and spend some time in Changi. Changi Cove, a restored and modernised heritage site, is set in four hectares of natural greenery home to various migratory birds. Nature lovers can embark on an adventure through the thickets and trees within Changi Cove or the surrounding areas, where they can spot the different species of flora and fauna found in the outskirts of Singapore.

YotelAir
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YotelAir Singapore Changi Airport

Hotels Chain hotels Changi 

We may not be getting on board a flight at Changi Airport anytime soon, but a staycation is the next best thing. YotelAir Singapore offers flexible check-in and check-out time, comfortable cabins inspired by first-class cabins, and smartly-designed spaces — great for taking power naps or freshening up before your flight. The state-of-the-art hotel also makes use of airline-style kiosks instead of traditional front desks, so you can simply check yourself in and out. Rates start from $80 for four hours.

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Shangri-La, Hotel Singapore
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Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

Hotels Tanglin

Strike the right balance between staying within walking distance of the Orchard shopping belt and luxuriating in peaceful bliss at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore. Set amidst 15 acres of lush gardens, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is a sanctuary just seven minutes from the bustle of Orchard Road. The hotel is home to three distinctive wings: the newly-refurbished Tower Wing, the tropical Garden Wing, and ultra-lavish Valley Wing. With Shangri-La, Hotel Singapore's extensive range of culinary options, you're spoilt for choice. Choose from eight restaurants and bars and a total of 11 dining concepts. 

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Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
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Ascott Raffles Place Singapore

Hotels Rental apartments Raffles Place

Switch up your wfh routine at Ascott Raffles Place Singapore, housed within a restored 1950s Art Deco structure that was once the tallest building in Southeast Asia. The posh serviced apartments are located conveniently in the heart of the CBD, so you're within walking distance to your meetings – or lunch appointments.

Soloha Hotels
Soloha Hotels

Hotel Soloha

Hotels Boutique hotels Outram

The coolest new kid on Keong Saik, the intimate 45-room Hotel Soloha evokes tropical modernism that fits perfectly into the charming street. Hotel Soloha is situated right in the heart of Singapore; within proximity to popular spots such as Chinatown, Ann Siang Hill, and Maxwell Food Centre.

Swing through the wooden panel doors of the white and blue facade, and you'll be greeted by witty and bold interiors and artisanal furnishings. The hotel provides a refreshing burst of colour that juxtaposes against the earthy tones of the surrounding neighbourhood. 

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