Hotels & Staycations

10 Staycation Hotel Deals In Singapore That’ll Feel Like You’re Travelling The World

Hotel staycation deals in Singapore


A year ago, none of us would’ve thought that our annual vacays to the likes of Europe and around Asia would have to be put on hold indefinitely. But Singaporeans aren’t the type to give up so easily. As the saying goes, when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.

In this case, the “lemon” is Singapore, and the “lemonade” is the smorgasbord of local hotel staycation deals we can look forward to while confined to our homeland. To support the local tourism industry while taming those travel lusts, here are the deals you can take advantage of to feel like you’re globetrotting without the hassle of leaving Singapore shores.

Note: All rates are based on a 1-night weekday stay via Agoda at the time of publishing. Read till the end for additional GoLocal deals.


1. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel – luxurious European holiday



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The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore hails from one of Europe’s oldest luxury hotel groups, so it’s not surprising that its facade resembles one of the many centuries-old buildings that line the streets of Milan and London.


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Head inside to their restaurant and bar and you’ll similarly feel like you’re in a luxe tavern, thanks to high ceilings paired with grand columns, brass accents and antique-looking wooden panels. 


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Their rooms take on a more modern side of Europe – think a palette of cream paired with sultry dark wood, complete with small balconies for guests to enjoy that fresh “summer” air. 


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To kill time here, head up to their rooftop pool, their fully-equipped gym and relaxing spa, or simply wander around the neighbourhood to explore the nearby museums and galleries.

Rates: From $385/night (down from $580/night)
Address: 15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906
Book The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore 


2. Hotel G Singapore – artsy New York neighbourhood


Anyone who has ever been to New York City would be able to tell you just how much art is crammed into this metropolis. Whether you’re in a quiet cafe in Brooklyn or an indie art gallery in Soho, you’re bound to stumble upon creative interiors and artwork tucked in every corner.


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That’s pretty much what you’ll get at Hotel G Singapore. Their lounge and bar resemble a hip downtown bistro with floor-to-ceiling windows for lots of natural light, while their rooms are generously decorated with photographs, maps, and quirky accents such as a dreamcatcher above the beds. 


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Just like a hotel in the bustling New York City, this one’s located right smack in the middle of the Downtown Core, which means you’ll be surrounded by shopping, entertainment and dining hotspots like Bugis and Little India.

Rates: From $117/night (down from $303/night)
Address: 200 Middle Rd, Singapore 188980
Book Hotel G Singapore


3. Villa Samadhi Singapore – old world France



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Those looking for a quiet retreat needn’t travel far out of the city to find one. Villa Samadhi Singapore is an ideal spot for a literal breath of fresh air. It sits right at the edge of Labrador Nature Reserve, opposite Berlayer Creek Boardwalk, both of which have scenic boardwalks, walking trails, and lots of surrounding greenery. 


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While the hotel’s surroundings are undoubtedly tropical, the hotel itself makes you feel like you’re in an entirely different country and era – old world France, to be exact. 


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Step inside and you’ll see heavy wooden floors reminiscent of a countryside cabin, with opulent deep red curtains and dainty chandeliers adding to the ambience.


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Rates: From $306/night (down from $800/night)
Address: 20 Labrador Villa Rd, Singapore 119193
Book Villa Samadhi Singapore


4. Hotel Soloha – hip Hawaiian club



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Hotels are an essential part of getaways for good reason – they’re supposed to make you feel like you’re nowhere near home, and Hotel Soloha definitely delivers that. 


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Resembling a seductive nightclub somewhere along the streets of Honolulu, Hawaii, this establishment does not hold back on going all out with vibrant decor, neon lights and a touch of funk. 


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Although muted with more neutral colours, their rooms follow suit with softer neon lights and pockets of bright colour accents to keep in line with the overall theme. 


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A must-do here is a hangout sesh at their in-house bar, and a visit to the rooftop lounge for a kiss of sunlight. 

Rates: From $109/night (down from $250/night)
Address: 12 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088387
Book Hotel Soloha


5. Kam Leng Hotel – old school Hong Kong



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Kam Leng Hotel has stood on Jalan Besar for nearly a hundred years, and by the looks of it, they’ve retained their historical essence throughout the hotel. 


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Those big on nostalgia will revel in charming accents like water-stained walls, woven chairs, antique cabinets and ottomans, and floors that are made of either cement or colourful tiles.


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No corner of this hotel is left out when it comes to retaining that old world allure, even its in-house restaurant. Each of their 70 rooms, however, have modern comforts like a television and mini-fridge.

Rates: From $73/night (down from $396/night)
Address: 383 Jln Besar, Singapore 209001
Book Kam Leng Hotel


6. Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort – Bali seaside resort



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Bali has always been a go-to spot for a quick weekend getaway for many of us, but till borders reopen, we can make do with the many local beaches and seaside resorts in Singapore. If it’s that resort experience you crave, head over to Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa for the whole package. 


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The resort’s sprawling grounds are dotted with grassy lawns, tranquil ponds and tons of greenery will make you feel like you’re far away from Singapore. 

They also have villas with private pools for those who are in the mood to splurge
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You don’t even have to leave the resort during your entire stay. Lounge at the swimming pool, take in a workout at their fitness centre, get a massage at the spa, and wine and dine at their bars and restaurants.

Rates: From $310/night (down from $683/night)
Address: 2 Bukit Manis Rd, Sentosa, 099891
Book Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa


7. The Sultan – colonial Britain



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Stepping into The Sultan is like stepping into a moment frozen in time. The hotel’s theme is undoubtedly quaint with tiles and furniture that look like they’ve remained since the pre-war era. 


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Their rooms are decorated with elegant floral wallpaper that’s a common feat in traditional hotels in the UK, not to mention vintage bed frames and furniture that you’d hardly be able to find in stores today. 


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The entire colonial British era vibe is merged with a local touch of course, and that includes the hotel’s in-house restaurant that serves decadent local cuisine. Gorge on home cooked-style prawn rolls and char siew noodles when you’re feeling peckish, or hop on over to the neighbouring ‘hood of Bugis for cafes, shopping and entertainment.


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Rates: From $129/night (down from $196/night)
Address: 101 Jln Sultan, #01-01, Singapore 199002
Book The Sultan


8. InterContinental Singapore – Moroccan version of a skyscraper



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Morocco is known for its lavish palaces with intricate motifs, and putting a metropolis spin on that is InterContinental Singapore


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The hotel may be surrounded by skyscrapers, seeing that it’s located right in the heart of Bugis, but you can feel like you’re totally on a Mediterranean vacation in their plush lounge, bar and hotel rooms. 


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To bask in Mediterranean summer vibes, head to the rooftop swimming pool area that’s dotted with palm trees. Else, get a workout in at their fitness centre which has a yoga room and sauna.


You can feel the palace vibes even before you step inside
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Rates: From $280/night (down from $436/night)
Address: 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966
Book InterContinental Singapore


9. Hotel Yan – modern Tokyo vibes



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Modern Japan is all about the minimalist vibe – a neutral colour palette of light brown, black and white, with lots of wood tones. Whether you want to emulate the feeling of being in a modern Tokyo high-rise or a cosy loft apartment, check out Hotel Yan


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Hide out in their single lofts, luxury suites or deluxe rooms, and when you’re ready to face the world once again, head to one of the many nearby cafes and restaurants that surround the hotel. 


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Rates: From $136/night (down from $300/night)
Address: 162 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207581
Book Hotel Yan


10. Mandarin Orchard Singapore – Shanghai luxe



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5-star hotels in the major cities of China don’t hold back on grandeur, so as its name suggests, Mandarin Orchard Singapore follows suit. They don’t overdo it with the oriental theme, but their overall use of dark wood paired with plush reds certainly mimic those you’d see in Shanghai or Beijing hotels. 


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Besides taking advantage of your staycay to spend the day scouring through the boutiques of Orchard Road, take a timeout by splashing around in their outdoor pool, or get into competitive mode at their tennis court. 


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Wining and dining is a definite must-do here as well, with an array of options like the 2 Michelin-starred Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro for Chinese cuisine, and Triple Three for an indulgent international buffet.

Rates: From $254/night (down from $597/night)
Address: 333 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238867
Book Mandarin Orchard Singapore


Book hotel staycation deals with Agoda for more discounts


A stay at one of these hotels is bound to make you feel like you’ve made that trip out of Singapore, but without the burden of pricey airfare. To make your stay even sweeter, take advantage of the ton of hotel staycation deals on Agoda, with their regular flash deals. 

Most recently, they’ve launched their latest GoLocal campaign, which has deals with up to 25% off room rates when you make a booking on their site. It’s to support local tourism, so you’ll be doing a good deed while scoring staycay discounts.


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While you’re at it, keep a lookout for the AgodaCash badge when making a booking – it’ll let you earn free rewards points that can be used to offset your future bookings. 

Most of these hotels are now SG Clean Certified too, which means they’re carrying out safe distancing and sanitisation measures to ensure your stay is virus-free. And if your plans fall through, their EasyCancel service allows you to cancel your booking 24 hours in advance.

Whether you’re sorely missing your annual trip to the likes of Bali, Europe or Hong Kong, these hotel staycation deals will tide you over till borders reopen once again. 

Book hotel staycation deals with Agoda here


This post was brought to you by Agoda.
Cover image adapted from: Agoda, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, Agoda & The Capitol Kempinski Hotel

Jessica Fang

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