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11 Hotel Staycations With Next-Level Bathtubs From $163/Night To Soak The Stress Away

Hotels with bathtubs in Singapore

Thanks to the monsoon season, we have been blessed with the soft pitter-patter of raindrops on our windows, as well as chilly temperatures which are perfect for snuggling up to binge-watch shows. Or, for you and your loved one to share a relaxing dip in a hot bath. While most HDBs don’t come with one, there are plenty of hotels with large bathtubs so you can finally use your bath bombs or frolic in a bubble bath.

Rates shown are estimates before tax, service charges and discounts, accurate at the time of writing and may be subject to change.

What’s the best way to draw a bath?

Before even running the water, you’ll want to prepare everything else you need. That includes any books, smart devices, drinks, and snacks you want to consume. Place them on a bathtub tray for easy access, or grab a stool or side table so they stay within reach. You’ll also want all your body cleansing soaps, bath robe, and towel nearby so you don’t have to get up from soaking to get anything.

As for the water, start off with hot water and fill the tub up ⅓-½ of the way. Now’s a good time to throw in bath bombs or bath foams to get them sudsy. If you have bath salts, keep them in a mesh or muslin bag before tossing into the water. This way, you’re not laying on top of rough salt crystals.

Fill the rest of the tub with cold water – it should be hot enough that it’s not scalding you when you get in. But you don’t want it too cold either, otherwise it won’t be comfortable to soak in.

It’s also a good idea to do a quick rinse in the shower beforehand so you’re not sitting in your own filth the whole time you’re in the bathtub.

1. Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Next to windows for planespotting

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Bathtubs at The Crowne Plaza Changi Airport aren’t just available in any room, they’re situated next to windows where you can enjoy the view while you soak. Since the hotel is right at the airport, you might just see a plane or 2 taking off or landing as you’re relaxing in the water.

For guaranteed views, get the Standard Runway View Room that faces Changi Airport’s runways. You’ll be able to see planes taxiing from the comfort of your bathtub and even your bed.

Rates: From $261/night

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75 Airport Blvd., #01-01, Singapore 819664
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2. The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

Octagon window for IG-worthy shots

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Premier Suite bathroom.

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The Instagram geotag of the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore is flooded with photos of this bathroom, famed for its Insta-worthy octagonal window. You can admire breathtaking views of Marina Bay or the city from one of these iconic, marble-clad bathrooms while you enjoy a good soak.

Rates: From $590/night

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From $571/Night.
Marina Bay, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799
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3. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

Spacious, high ceiling bathrooms

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Heritage Suite bathroom.

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Nothing spells ultimate relaxation and refined elegance quite like the Heritage Suite at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel. The intricate designs boast a perfect marriage between contemporary and colonial, bringing out the rich history of the Stamford House.

The bathtub is just one detail in the enormous bathroom that also sports high ceilings and generous floor space. Other than the prestigious Heritage Suite, most rooms and suites have a freestanding bathtub as well. They come with a tray, so your bath can be accompanied by a glass of champagne and a good ol’ book.

Rates: From $397.80/night

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From $453/night.
15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906
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4. Lloyd’s Inn

Minimalist outdoor bathtub

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Big Sky Room.

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If you’re a fan of Muji-inspired minimalist designs, Lloyd’s Inn would be an ideal abode for a quick getaway. It features ultra-modern white rooms with wooden accents, complete with potted plants and minimalist furniture.

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Outdoor bath.

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A spacious outdoor bathtub can be found within the Sky Room, Big Sky Room, and Patio Room. You’ll be able to bask under the sun or admire the starry night sky as you unwind, surrounded by lush greens and stone accents. A retractable awning is available as well to shield you from the rain.

Rates: From $240/night

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2 Lloyd Rd, Singapore 239091
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5. The St. Regis Singapore

French-inspired free-standing bathtub

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Executive Deluxe bathroom.

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Though dropping everything and flying off to Paris isn’t feasible for most people, you can still get a taste of France at The St. Regis Singapore. Every bathroom in this 5-star hotel comes with a freestanding bathtub surrounded by French-inspired designs, smooth marble and hand-cut French tiles.

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Presidential Suite bathroom.

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For those who want the quintessential whirlpool experience, opt for the Presidential Suite. It features an oversized master bathroom where you’ll be treated to the therapeutic sight of water cascading down the wall into the bathtub.

Rates: From $610/night

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From $676/night
29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
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6. W Singapore

Circular statement bathtub

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Extreme Wow Suite bathroom.

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With a bathroom that looks like it came straight out of a music video, the Extreme Wow Suite at W Singapore has all the makings of a celebrity’s Las Vegas party home. The centrepiece of the eccentric bathroom is a large round stainless steel jacuzzi, which looks similar to a big bowl so you can appropriately ask your partner: “coffee, tea or me?”

Apart from the oddly-shaped novelty bathtub, you’ll also have a scenic view of Sentosa with the bathroom’s floor to ceiling windows, and a dazzling chandelier above to provide good lighting for the ‘Gram.

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Guest bathroom.

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For the rest of us plebs, the guest bathrooms in W Singapore’s other rooms also offer a quirky-modern vibe with stylishly curated decor inspired by Singapore’s national flower, the orchid. They also have sliding glass panels beside the tub which afford you the option between privacy or ultimate openness.

Rates: From $694/night

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From $540/Night.
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7. Hotel NuVe Heritage

Rooftop outdoor bath surrounded by greenery

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Suite Artist balcony.

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At the Suite Artist room in Hotel NuVe Heritage, you’ll get to pamper yourself at the rooftop balcony with an outdoor bath, right next to a mini garden and an uninterrupted view of the city skyline. The balcony is peppered with potted plants and greenery plus a small chill corner so you can hang with your mates.

The best part about this suite is that it is a penthouse, which means you’ll have the entire level all to yourself for a peaceful time of self-rejuvenation.

Rates: From $223/night

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13 Purvis St, Singapore 188592


8. Andaz Hotel

Full views of Marina Bay

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Andaz Large Suite King bathroom.

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While big bathrooms are all fine and dandy, what sets these apart are its long and spacious interiors leading up to a stunning view of Marina Bay or the city.

Available in all suites at Andaz Hotel, these modern bathrooms come with full-length, floor-to-ceiling windows coupled with a large oval bathtub and 2 backlit vanity mirrors, so you won’t have to elbow your staycay companion in a contest for space. Don’t worry about privacy as the bathrooms come equipped with motorised wooden blinds.

Rates: From $432/night

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From $824/Night.
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9. Pan Pacific Hotel

Spacious tubs with integrated sound system

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Pacific Club Harbour Select Studio.

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Whether you’re a fan of classical music or a Lo-Fi Chill Hip Hop beats lover, you’ll be pleased to know that the bathrooms – in all rooms excluding Deluxe – in Pan Pacific Hotel have integrated bathroom speakers, so you can chillax in the bath with your favourite tunes in the background.

For those fortunate enough to book the ultra-luxurious Pacific Harbour Studio, you’ll find a large Kaldewei bathtub that comfortably accommodates you and your partner, with space for champagne glasses and plates of nibbles on the side. Moreover, the bathroom and living space are separated by sliding doors, so you can open them for an even greater expanse.

Rates: From $410/night

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From $672/Night.
7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595
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10. Furama Riverfront Hotel

Semi-open-concept bathroom

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Executive Club bathroom.

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If you’d like to experience an open-concept bathroom before renovating your apartment bathroom into one, staying in the Executive Club at Furama Riverfront Hotel would be a wise choice. Whether you’re in your room or taking a soothing bath in the ergonomic bathtub, you’ll be able to take in crisp views of Singapore’s city skyline.

Thanks to the full glass dividers, you’ll enjoy a sense of spaciousness looking out into your room and beyond. For couples who are still a little shy around each other, the bathroom is fitted with blinds so you can have privacy too.

Rates: From $163/night

405 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169633
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11. Raffles Singapore

Relax in colonial luxury

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State Room Suite bathroom.

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Thoughtfully appointed with colonial details, luxurious marble finishes, and Peranakan-style floor tiles, the bathrooms at Raffles Singapore are a harmonious mix of European and South-East Asian cultures. Each bathtub comes equipped with a tray and stand for your books, drinks or devices, plus a bath pillow so you can have a comfortable soak with everything within reach.

Courtyard Suite: Most suites also offer a free-standing bathtub option, which retain heat well and allow you to soak in a warm bath for longer.
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The real kicker of staying at Raffles Singapore is that you’ll be given an iPad which controls everything in your room, including bathroom lights so you can dim the lights at the touch of a button without coming out of the bath. Perfect for setting the mood!

Rates: From $1,649/night

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Soak your worries away in these luxury bathtubs

Having a warm and soothing bath is not something that many Singaporeans get to enjoy, as the typical HDB or BTO doesn’t come equipped with a nice bathtub.

So whenever you’re feeling stressed and want to unwind, visit these hotels so that you can have a dip and rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.

Cover image adapted from: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport, W Singapore, The St. Regis Singapore, The Ritz-Carlton, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
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Article originally published on 16th Jan 2021 by Justin Oh. Last updated by Raewyn Koh on 22nd May 2024.