10 Best Places to Stay in Singapore

From a luxury hotel to a fun hostel.

(SPOT.ph) Only a few hours away by plane, Singapore is an easy travel destination for when you’re just looking for a quick getaway. The island city has practically anything you might need, from beach resorts to fun little shopping districts, and, of course, lots of places to eat. Next time you plan on visiting the country, make the most of it by staying in places that make your trip even more memorable.

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Check out our picks for the 10 best places to stay in Singapore:

Andaz Singapore

5 Fraser Street, Singapore
www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/singapore/andaz-singapore/sinaz
Rates start at SGD 380 (roughly P13,800)

Andaz was named after the Hindu word meaning “personal style,” and you can bet that’s exactly what you get when you stay here. Andaz ditches the typical fancy lobbies and hotel staff uniforms and instead sticks to keeping things sleek and simple. But this boutique doesn’t get its prestigious 5-star rating from nothing: a stay at the Andaz gets you a gorgeous room with breathtaking views of the city, access to their many locally-styled restaurants on the 25th floor, and a swanky rooftop bar that makes you feel like you’re in a tropical paradise in the clouds.

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Marina Bay Sands

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10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore
marinabaysands.com
Rates start at SGD 439 (roughly P16,000)

The Marina Bay Sands is a popular tourist pick for a luxury stay in Singapore. Complete with access to the Sands Skypark Observation Deck, giving you a 360-degree view of the island city, and unlimited uses for their gorgeous Infinity Pool, as well as easy access to the many shops, restaurants, and bars that are flocked by locals and tourists alike, you can practically have a perfectly complete vacation without stepping out of the building.

Hilton Singapore

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581 Orchard Road, Singapore
hilton.com/en/locations/singapore
Rates start at SGD 241 (roughly P8,800)

The Hilton chain of hotels doesn’t disappoint with their Singapore location. When you’re done perusing the many shopping and entertainment shops along Orchard Road, you might also want to check out their resident Shopping Gallery, which is two whole floors hosting designer boutiques. You’re also just a three-minute walk away from the train station, letting you explore the city with ease.

CUBE Boutique Capsule Hotel - Kampong Glam

55 Bussorah Street, Singapore
cubehotels.com.sg
Rates start at SGD 77 (roughly P2,800)

Whether or not you’ve stayed in a capsule hotel before, you’ll find CUBE’s newest location in the Kampong Glam district both cozy and culturally immersive. After exploring popular tourist attractions like the Malay Heritage Center or the Sultan Mosque, and filling your belly with the many cuisine options along Kampong Glam, you can look forward to some quiet nights of peaceful sleep when you get back to your capsule.

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Six Senses Maxwell

2 Cook Street, Singapore
www.sixsenses.com/en/hotels/maxwell
Rates start at SGD 280 (roughly P10,200)

At first glance, you could probably miss the Six Senses Maxwell Hotel. But don’t let that unassuming facade fool youthis five-star hotel practically transports you into another time, almost reminiscent of the Jazz Age. The colonial-inspired hotel has lush amenities, and one of the stars of the show is their Cook & Tras Social Library, where guests can have breakfast, drinks, and even spend a few hours perusing through the many titles that don the walls. 

The Four Seasons Hotel

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190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore
fourseasons.com/singapore
Rates start at SGD 340 (roughly P12,400)

This modern 20-storey hotel along Orchard Boulevard is hard to miss—The Four Seasons Hotel practically beckons you in. And once you are inside, you’ll find lush rooms with complete amenities, and a unique restaurant area that delivers international cuisine, such as French-inspired dishes with an Asian twist or delectable authentic Cantonese options. The hotel is also a leisurely stroll away from the UNESCO Heritage Site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens as well as the Singapore Zoo.

Hotel Fort Canning

11 Canning Walk, Singapore
hfcsingapore.com
Rates start at SGD 250 (roughly P9,100)

Book a stay in Hotel Fort Canning if you want to see everything Singapore has to offer, from an easy walk to either of its three national parks to getting retail therapy along Orchard Road, and seeing lots of mouth-watering restaurants and eateries along the way. Take a leisurely stroll around the hotel’s namesake, Fort Canning Hill (whose Malay name, Bukit Larangan means “forbidden hill”), lounge around in their beautiful backyard pool, or enjoy a night at their luxurious spa.

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Village Hotel Albert Court

180 Albert Street, Singapore
www.villagehotels.asia/en/hotels/village-hotel-albert-court
Rates start at SGD 131 (roughly P4,800)

You’ll be living like a local when you stay at the Village Hotel in Albert Court, littered with restored pre-war shops and facades that also carry a hint of their Indian Peranakan-inspired twist, paying homage to the Chetti people who once lived nearby. The hotel is located at the heart of the Bras Basah Bugis precinct, so you’ll find bazaar-like shops and even get to experience the vibrant cultural attractions like Little India nearby.

Adler Hostel

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259 South Bridge Road, Chinatown Complex, Singapore
adlerhostel.com
Rates start at SGD 48 (roughly P1,800)

Located in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown Complex, you’re sure to be surrounded by the artistic neighborhoods that surround the area—we can already see you snapping all those unique shots for your feed. The rooms are designed like cabin-type dorm rooms, giving you a charming and equally cozy stay. You can also find their indoor ground floor garden and get easy access to the Adler Coffee Bar, a popular street-side dining experience. The hostel even has a co-working area, so if you were planning a working staycation, you might want to put this at the top of your list.

Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort and Spa

101 Siloso Road, Singapore
shangri-la.com/en/singapore/rasasentosaresort
Rates start at SGD 459 (roughly P16,700)

This beachfront resort is the only one of its kind in Singapore. Made with lovers of all the joys you can experience in a tropical country, Sentosa has gorgeous landscaped gardens, huge pools, and access to several sea sports and activities—perfect for a family getaway or even a couple vacation with just you and your sweetheart. The resort is about 15 minutes from the city center too, so you can get the best of both worlds.

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