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10 Hotels In Singapore With The Coolest Amenities & Services You Never Knew Existed

Singapore hotels with cool amenities


“I’d like to stay in the worst hotel in town please,” said no Singaporean ever. See, as much as we’re known to be a thrifty bunch, we still have a taste for the finer things in life. The availability of 24/7 room service, or perhaps even unique beds, can mean so much to us when we book a getaway for the weekend.

For a stay worth raving to all your friends about, below are 10 hotels in Singapore with unusual amenities and services, from free board games to a swaggy Rolls Royce tour.


1. Amara Sanctuary – Bring your pets with you



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Your furbabies needn’t have to stay home alone the next time you want to book a staycation. At Amara Sanctuary, furry companions get to come along with the Pampered Paws Staycation Package (from $567/night). Take advantage of pet-friendly amenities that include pet beds, bowls, and treats to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay for your beloved 4-legged buddy.


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It’s not a proper staycation without free breakfast the next day – even for your baby. They get a daily morning meal that uses ingredients that are even safe for humans if you want a taste. Expect nutritious goodies like organic veggies and gluten-free pasta for your kitties or doggos.

ADDRESS
Sentosa Island, 1 Larkhill Rd, Singapore 099394
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$278.00

2. The Capitol Kempinski – Vespa sidecar tours



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Vespas are already hard to spot in town, so it’s safe to say that Vespas with sidecars are an even rarer sight – especially since they are banned on Singapore’s highway. Lucky for you, you get the opportunity to be chauffeured around in one if you choose to stay at Capitol Kempinski.


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Cruise through iconic historical landmarks like St. Andrew’s Cathedral, National Gallery Singapore, and Chijmes during your 45-minute Vespa sidecar tour (from $280/pax) and wrap it up with a complimentary cocktail at The Bar at 15 Stamford. 


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From $453/night.
ADDRESS
15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$418.00

3. The Ritz-Carlton – “Night safari” experience for kids



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When we were younger, one of the most thrilling things we could do before bedtime was to build pillow forts. The kids these days have it better, especially if you’re taking them for a safari-themed staycation at The Ritz-Carlton

Enter the Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures which offers outdoor-style amenities for the little ones without risking mozzie bites. Each package comes with actual camping tents – complete with a bed and night lamp within.

Kiddos will also get an activity sheet to conquer, and they’ll be rewarded with a complimentary scoop of ice cream at the hotel’s in-house restaurant Colony upon completion. 


Deluxe Marina King Guest Room.

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Under this package, snazzy rooms you can choose from include the Elevated Kallang and Deluxe Marina, as well as larger suites like the Premier Suite, Club Premier Suite, and One-Bedroom Millenia Suite – so even the adults will be having a comfy stay.

The next morning, you can also look forward to a breakfast buffet for 2 adults and 2 children – no need for any open-fire cookware here!

ADMISSION FEE
From $571/Night.
ADDRESS
Marina Bay, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$589.00


4. YOTEL Singapore – Reclining beds that convert into a sofa



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You have to admit that some of the coolest beds around are found in well, hospitals. Lucky for us, the ICU isn’t the only place you can play around with high-tech bed frames that can be propped up and reclined. Yotel Singapore Orchard Road has futuristic rooms that come complete with convertible beds. 

Their airplane-inspired rooms may be small but they are very cleverly designed. With the touch of a button, the SmartBeds turn into a sofa on which you can enjoy watching the telly. The Premium Queen with Bunk even comes with a suspended bed above the reclining queen if you need room for one more person. 

An extra reason to indulge in room service: your food and drinks order will be served by Yolanda or Yoshi, the adorable purple robots that help to man the place. 

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From $188/night
ADDRESS
366 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238904
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$179.00


5. The Fullerton – Rolls Royce & heritage tours



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Give James Bond a run for this money when you step up your game by booking a joy ride around town in a Rolls Royce – Silver Wraith II; no less. The Fullerton Hotel offers this unique activity for hotel guests who want to feel like a Crazy Rich Asian, even if just for 60 minutes.


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The luxury vintage sedan experience comes complete with a chauffeur in the driver’s seat so you can simply sit back on your premium seat and enjoy the ride with up to 2 friends. All it takes is a $642 fee and you’re set. 


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Afterwards, you can also book a complimentary heritage tour to complete your stay at this iconic historical landmark. Pick between the Maritime Journey Tour and the classic Fullerton Monument Tour, or go for both if you’re a real history buff. Slots for the tours occur every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday and are open to the public to join as well. 

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From $555/night.
ADDRESS
1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$476.00


6. Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa – Mini waterpark & free water sports



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Kids these days really have it good. When it comes to fancy kids’ pools, Shangri-La Sentosa comes out on top of the list. It has a huge water play area with 3 jungle-themed water slides and a “splash pad” with water fountains and splash buckets. There are even complimentary life jackets your lil’ tots can use.


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Not to mention, the hotel also has an indoor play zone for children, activity room, and arts and crafts room. You can even book special events like the current “Bake for Fun” sessions, where little ones can explore niche interests in cooking and soap making.


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Complimentary water sports like kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and pedal boating are also available so your family will never really even have to leave the hotel.

ADDRESS
101 Siloso Rd, Singapore 098970
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$385.33


7. The Warehouse Hotel – “Minibar of Vices”



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It doesn’t matter if you call it hanky panky, copulation, or smooshing booties. Couples, you may want to check out The Warehouse Hotel if the main objective is to boink. Other than having a minibar of soda and snacks, this stylish riverside hotel also offers a “Minibar of Vices”. In other words, a se-cough-x menu. 


Warehouse Loft (from $510/night) with double-high ceilings and skylights.

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They’ve got all sorts of adult toys for sale, from feathers to whips – an ode to the location’s illicit history of underground activities. Certainly, it’ll be an unconventional stay with your partner. And if you like to keep things discreet, know that these contraptions will be delivered right to your room, and of course, you can take them home after.  

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From $347/night
ADDRESS
320 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay, Singapore 169628
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$396.70


8. St. Regis Singapore – Babysitting services & baby care essentials


No worries moms and dads, your freedom isn’t gone the moment you have a baby in your arms. Catch some much-needed “couple time” at St. Regis Singapore, which offers nanny and babysitting services so you can take a break from changing diapers and round-the-clock wailing. 


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Pre-book babysitting services from $40/hour – minimum 4 hours, for up to 2 children – so you can head out to explore shops and bars along the nearby Orchard Road during your stay. You don’t have to bring all your baby supplies from home as well, since necessities like wipes, talcum powder, changing mats, and even potties are available.

Plus, contraptions like milk bottle warmers, bottle sterilisers, baby cribs, highchairs, and strollers are also available upon request under their selection of “family provisions”. 


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P.S. If you’re coming with grandma and grandpa, know that the hotel also has wheelchair-accessible rooms with grab bars in the bathrooms for a 3-gen friendly staycation. 

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From $676/night
ADDRESS
29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$448.00


9. Village Hotel Sentosa – Lazy river pool



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We love our water parks but you don’t need to go to Wild Wild Wet or Adventure Cove Waterpark for a float down a lazy river. Village Hotel Sentosa has a private one for its guests and it’s pretty darn aesthetic to say the least. 


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The shallow river takes you past water features like rain curtains and fountains, surrounded by greenery. Adults, if you feel like a fish out of water among the kids here, there’s also a gorgeous tiered pool that overlooks the sea, inspired by Turkey’s mineral pools. 


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10 Artillery Ave, #02-01 Palawan Ridge, Sentosa Island, Singapore 099951
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10. Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore – Loan board games & Jenga for free


An average staycation often involves sleeping, ordering room service, and then making the most use of amenities like the pool, gym, and TV with Netflix. Not your usual hotel, Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore has board games you can loan for free, to enjoy within the comforts of your room, for a more exciting evening in.

You’ll need to place a $100 deposit for rental but after that, go ham with games like Jenga and Spongebob-themed Monopoly without having to lug them from home to hotel. These come on top of the hotel’s many other fancy amenities- such as 3 swimming pools, 3 tennis courts, and 2 18-hole golf courses. 

Oh, and their beddings are customisable as well. Choose the firmness of your mattress topper and your preferred pillow type – options include an anti-snore pillow and a soda buckwheat pillow, known for its cooling properties. 

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11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047
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Snazzy hotel amenities to make use of in Singapore


Rock band Dirty Heads may be on vacation every single day because they love their occupation but I’m sure we can agree that a proper getaway is needed to clear your mind off work every once in a while. Hit that reset button – and hit it good – with these hotels in Singapore with cool amenities that’ll level up your stay.

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Cover image adapted from: @alice_w_yul via Instagram, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
A portion of this content may contain referral links to products. However, all opinions remain our own.
Originally published on 29th March 2023. Last updated by Ong Yee Ching on 18th July 2023.

 

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