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The most stunning new hotels coming to Singapore in 2023

From the shophouse-chic Mondrian to luxe urban oasis Pan Pacific Orchard

Cheryl Sekkappan
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Cheryl Sekkappan
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Travel's back with a vengeance, and Singapore's tourism industry is – as they say – 'healing'. The city already has its fair share of beautiful luxury hotels and charming boutique and shophouse hotels, but it sure can't hurt to have more. In 2023, you can expect to book a luxury getaway at Raffles's second property after 135 years or a laidback waterfront staycation at a new HomeTeamNS clubhouse. Whatever floats your boat – here are the most stunning new hotels coming to Singapore in 2023. 

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New hotels in Singapore 2023

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Hmlet is bringing the co-living experience to a hotel setting with Owen House. A new addition to its Hmlet Boutique Collection (after Hmlet Cantonment), this 106-room property is situated in the cultural Little India district just a stone's throw from Mustafa Centre. Owen House is all about flexibility – hence the abundance of room categories ranging from the relatively basic Deluxe Queen to Two-Bedroom Deluxe and Suite with kitchenette. Travelling for work? Take over one of the communal lounges and meeting rooms with specialty coffee from Sunlight and Moonlight. This sleek lobby speakeasy bar serves up beers, wines, and cocktails in the evening. 

Mondrian Singapore Duxton
Photograph: Modrian Singapore Duxton

Mondrian Singapore Duxton

Get a slice of shophouse living at Mondrian Singapore Duxton, a new hotel slated to open in the first quarter of 2023. This ultra-luxurious hotel has lots going for it – first of all, it's located smack-bang in the midst of one of Singapore's buzziest districts, full of top-notch bars, leading restaurants, and independent boutiques. The hotel itself is a beauty, boasting 302 modern guestrooms and shophouse suites with vast windows offering sweeping views of the city skyline. Recovering from a late night out? Kick back at the rooftop lounge or the pool cabanas and you've got a lazy weekend settled. 

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Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa
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Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa

Coming 135 years after Raffles Hotel first opened its doors, the second Raffles in Singapore will bring the beachfront life with an all-villa resort on Sentosa Island. This gorgeous property will have 62 villas – each with their own private pool and terrace area. When you deign to venture from your own cosy retreat, you'll find more luxuries to enjoy at Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa. Dine at world-class restaurants, sip on tipples at a bespoke bar, or smash out a workout at the fitness centre. To round out your getaway, indulge in a full-body pampering sesh at the Raffles Spa. 

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How about a relaxing weekend getaway at a waterfront villa? You can get that and more at the new HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir's East Villas. These two-storey houses are nestled in lush greenery on a gently sloping hill, offering views of the reservoir or forest. They have fully modern outfittings too, including smart TVs, a game console, and private BBQ countertops with electric grills. Prices start at $400 per night for a Deluxe Garden Villa (off-peak). The rest of the HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir compound offers more thrills and spills – including Singapore's largest indoor waterslide at Aqua Adventure and a multi-level obstacle course at Action Motion. 

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Stepping into The Serangoon House is like stepping back in time to India's bygone days. Launched in 2023, this new hotel within Marriott Bonvoy's Tribute portfolio is opulent to say the least. Step into the lobby and you'll be greeted by porcelain chandeliers, green and white marble mosaic flooring, exclusive De Gourney wallpaper rich with illustrations, and velvet banquette seats. Each of the 90 rooms offer a similar sense of luxury – just check out those bespoke double-tiered canopy beds filigreed in gold. Downstairs at GupShup, you can get the best of Delhi, Bombay, Punjab, central India and Calcutta on a plate or takeaway street food and classic Indian beverages from the restaurant's kiosk. 

Pan Pacific Orchard
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Pan Pacific Orchard

The most striking thing about the upcoming Pan Pacific Orchard is its lushly tropical facade. Designed by WOHA Architects, the new luxury hotel is billed as an urban oasis right in the heart of Singapore's busiest shopping district. 347 rooms aside, the hotel has four open-air terraces that each offer a different experience to guests. Check-in at the verdant Forest Terrace, an open-air lobby space with a 120m-tall green column and cascading water features. The Beach Terrace on levels five to 10 offers a beach holiday experience right in the city, while the Garden Terrace further up is a beautifully manicured, tranquil escape. Finally, the Cloud Terrace is where many dreamy weddings are sure to take place – thanks to its 420-seat pillarless ballroom with a breezy vista of the city's landscape. 

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The Standard
Photograph: The Standard

The Standard

Recognise that upside-down sign? That's hotel brand The Standard broadcasting its ambition to turn hospitality on its head. Founded in West Hollywood in 1999, it has since expanded to cities like New York, Florida, London – and soon, Singapore. The local 143-key hotel boasts a prime location on Orange Grove Road, just a short walk from Orchard Road and the lush Singapore Botanical Gardens. Envisioned as a vibrant social space, The Standard will feature the brand's signature restaurant and nightlife venues, as well as colourful arts and cultural programming. Oh, and an infinity pool, of course. 

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