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22 New Hotels In Singapore 2024 Including Mandai’s Treehouse Resort & Private Villas On Sentosa

New hotels in Singapore in 2024


As much as Singaporeans love travelling, sometimes all we want is a short break without the hassle of trip planning, packing, and going through immigration. Thanks to some upcoming and new hotels in Singapore in 2024, you can have a breath of fresh air without even leaving the country. Some may not have opened yet, but there’s no harm in kaypoh-ing a little first.


Price breakdown of new hotels in Singapore in 2024


Here’s a breakdown of the newest hotels in Singapore, as well as how much you’ll pay per night for a room.

Hotel Best Feature Opening Date Price

Recently Opened

Citadines Science Park Studio lofts April 2024 From $192/night
21 Carpenter Luxury boutique in Clarke Quay December 2023 From $442/night
COMO Metropolitan Singapore Infinity pool overlooking Orchard September 2023 From $305/night
Conrad Singapore Orchard Refurbished nature-themed interiors December 2023 From $358/night
Pullman Singapore Hill Street Inspired by luxury rail travel October 2023 From $314/night
Owen House 1920s, art-inspired boutique hotel February 2023 From $145/night
Mondrian Singapore Duxton 6m-tall KAWS sculpture September 2023 From $247/night
Artyzen Singapore Artistic Peranakan-style decor November 2023 From $398/night
HomeTeamNS East Villa 2-storey villas with roof access July 2023 From $560.28/night
The Serangoon House Fairytale-style bunk beds in every room January 2023 From $174/night
The Singapore Edition Museum-level architecture November 2023 From $537/night
KINN Studios MUJI-like rooms October 2023 From $136/night
Pan Pacific Orchard Beach-style pool near Orchard Road June 2023 From $373/night
Hotel Faber Park 4-star hotel under $200/night October 2023 From $141/night
ST Signature Bugis Middle Co-living space October 2023 From $150/night

Renovated in 2023

Mandarin Oriental Refurbished with all-new rooms September 2023 From $621/night
Marina Bay Sands New suites with golf simulators & private bar May 2024 From $646/night
The Robertson House Affordable luxury near the Singapore River October 2023 From $200/night

Opening in 2024

The Standard Singapore Infinity pool with a view of the city End 2024
Mandai Rainforest Resort A nature resort in Singapore Zoo 2025
Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa Villas for rent on Sentosa End 2024
Grand Hyatt Singapore New Michelin star restaurant 2024-2025 (phased)

– Recently opened –


1. Citadines Science Park


Studio lofts from $240/night


The Science Park would seem like the last place anyone would go to for a staycation. After all, it’s a tech hub nearer MNC HQs like Grab and Razer than the best Singapore attractions around. But that doesn’t mean you should sleep on Citadines Science Park for a weekend getaway.


One-Bedroom Deluxe.
Image credit: Citadines Science Park

If you were thinking of basic rooms with just a bed and bathroom, then you’re in for a sweet surprise. You can book a stay in one of their studio rooms (from $192/night), which has floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to Kent Ridge Park.


Living area of the loft rooms.

Image credit: Citadines Science Park

Otherwise, spring for a 1-bedroom apartment (from $328/night) or studio loft ($256/night). The apartment sleeps a maximum of 2, but there’s plenty of room for the gang to stop by for a birthday celebration. As for the lofts, you get a cosy nook for sleeping in, separate from the living area. Both come with a fully-equipped kitchenette if you want to whip up a meal.


Image credit: Citadines Science Park 

There’s no need to stay cooped up in your room while you’re here. Stay fit and active by working out at the gym and rooftop infinity pool. If you must do work while on vacation, do so in the quiet of the shared working space that’s open 24 hours.


The shared co-working space.
Image credit: Citadines Science Park

Citadines Science Park Singapore
Google Reviews
4.6
(17)
Address
7 Science Park Dr, Singapore 119316
Opening Hours:
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2. 21 Carpenter


Clarke Quay’s newest luxury boutique hotel



Image credit: @21carpenter_sg via Instagram

Our country is known for many eye-catching buildings, from the futuristic Marina One to Raffles Hotel’s colonial-style facade. If you want the best of both worlds, 21 Carpenter is a new boutique hotel that takes over a former remittance house.


Image credit: 21 Carpenter

The hotel is part of Marriott’s portfolio of Design Hotels and has 2 categories of rooms: Heritage Rooms, which preserve the elements from the original architecture of the building, and Urban Rooms, the new building extension located on levels 5-8. Guests can also look forward to an open-air rooftop pool, a garden terrace, and Kee’s, a bistro and bar helmed by a Michelin-starred chef.

21 Carpenter
Google Reviews
4.7
(28)
Address
21 Carpenter St, Singapore 059984
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3. COMO Metropolitan Singapore


Infinity pool overlooking Orchard



Image credit: @steveinnl via Instagram

Rooftop pools aren’t exactly a rarity these days, but the one at COMO Metropolitan Singapore has a unique view of Orchard Road. You can wade around as you watch shoppers commute in search of their next purchase from your 19th-floor vantage point.


Image credit: COMO Metropolitan Singapore 

Opened in September 2023, the hotel occupies the upper floors of the COMO building on Bideford Road. Its location is great for shopaholics, as it’s just a walking distance from the malls along Orchard Road. You’ll also find a spa, gym, and atas eats like COTE Singapore and Cedric Grolet Singapore within the same building.

Reservations made at least a week in advance enjoy 10% off daily rates, as well as free daily breakfast.

Google Reviews
5
(3)
Address
30 Bideford Rd, Singapore 229922
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$305

4. Conrad Singapore Orchard


Took over Regent Singapore



Image credit: Conrad Singapore Orchard 

Those who take their cocktails seriously would probably be familiar with Regent Singapore. After all, it was home to Manhattan, one of Singapore’s most famous speakeasy bars. Well, as of December 2023, it has since been rebranded to Conrad Singapore Orchard.

And it’s not just a simple swap of signboards mind you, all 445 rooms and suites have been refurbished with new nature-themed interiors. The hotel still retains its iconic 12-storey high atrium, keeping the natural skylit lobby and bubble lifts, as well as its 10 F&B establishments, including Manhattan, Basilico, and Summer Palace.


Image credit: Conrad Singapore Orchard  

Book through the Conrad Singapore Orchard website and you’ll get to enjoy deals like 25% off in-house restaurants and bars, as well as complimentary breakfast. You can even comp lunch or dinner for free on top of an included breakfast with their Dinner Bed Breakfast promo.

Google Reviews
4.5
(196)
Address
1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715
Contact Information
RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$340

5. Pullman Singapore Hill Street


Inspired by luxury rail travel



Image credit: @pullmansghillstreet via Instagram

When you think of themed hotels, you might think of Ji Hotel Orchard with its MUJI store aesthetics or the industrial-inspired designs at the Warehouse Hotel. From October 2023, Pullman Singapore Hill Street has been added to the list.

Inspired by the golden era of travel by luxury trains, this new hotel near City Hall has lobbies lined with vintage luggage and suitcases. Guests will also be greeted by friendly staff dressed as porters.


Image credit: @pullmansghillstreet via Instagram

The rail-inspired decor carries over into the rooms, with fittings like a wardrobe that resemble passenger seating on an old-timey train. There’s even a well-placed mirror inside that adds to the illusion of it being a train car.

Google Reviews
5
(4)
Address
1 Hill St, Singapore 179949
Opening Hours:
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$314

6. Owen House


Farrer Park’s 1920s, art-inspired boutique hotel



Image credit: Owen House by Hmlet via Google Maps 

A stone’s throw away from Farrer Park MRT and City Square Mall is Owen House by Habyt. If you’re into vintage aesthetics, you’ll find geometric-shaped furniture and decor there that allude to the 1920s. There are also communal lounges on levels 2 and 4 if you’d like to socialise with other guests.


Sunlight and Moonlight at the lobby.

Image credit: Owen House by Hmlet

There are a total of 106 rooms, with 9 different categories to choose from. Of which, one is a family room with a balcony for families who want an extra airy room. Book directly at least 1 week in advance and you’ll get to enjoy up to 10% off daily rates.

Admission Fee
From $146/night for a Deluxe Queen room.
Google Reviews
4.8
(80)
Address
2 Owen Rd, Singapore 218842
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$145.15

7. Mondrian Singapore Duxton


6m-tall KAWS sculpture



The hotel’s most prominent art installation has to be the 6m-tall KAWS sculpture outside the lobby.

Image credit: @adetraveller via Instagram

With tons of things to do in Chinatown, you can consider this spot for your next staycation. Opened in September 2023, Mondrian Singapore Duxton is one of the chicest new hotels in town. Heck, they’ve even got a 6m-tall KAWS sculpture greeting you outside the lobby.

Besides an Italian restaurant, the hotel is also home to Jungle Ballroom, a cocktail bar accessible via 2 secret entrances – a velvet curtain and a secret garden tunnel. The hotel is also located in the Duxton area – so you can easily find F&B options at the many restaurants and bars nearby.


Find a poolside bar on the rooftop with cabanas and plenty of art pieces lining the interiors.

Image adapted from: @_chloeaquino & @haute_encounters via Instagram 

For those who want a new profile photo for the ‘Gram, strike a pose against the artsy hotel interiors or lounge around by the rooftop swimming pool with panoramic views of Chinatown.

Google Reviews
5
(9)
Address
16A Duxton Hill, Singapore 089970
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$262

8 Artyzen Singapore


Artistic Peranakan-style decor



The hotel’s designers insisted on every room having a ceiling fan and access to a balcony.

Image credit: @ghcasia via Instagram

Artyzen Singapore – part of a Hong Kong-based hotel chain, opened along Orchard Road in November 2023 for all who are in need of a little rejuvenation. At 20 storeys high, the hotel offers 134 standard rooms, as well as 8 suites for those looking for a more extravagant stay.


Image credit: @artyzensingapore via Instagram

You won’t have to leave the hotel thanks to plenty of amenities within reach. This includes a bar, garden-themed spa, gym, outdoor pool, and a romantic rooftop restaurant alongside 2 other eateries.

Google Reviews
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(0)
Address
9 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$399

9. HomeTeamNS East Villa


2-storey villas with roof access


HomeTeamNS’s Bukit Batok Villa is a popular staycation spot due to its affordability, especially for HomeTeamNS members. For the Easties, it might be cross-country to get there but hey, you now have the addition of the East Villas at Bedok Reservoir.

Choose from 2-storey villas such as the Superior Deluxe Reservoir (from $560.28) and Premium Reservoir (from $611.21), with each villa boasting a rooftop terrace for chill BBQs. You can also rent console games, board games, and mahjong sets to play with friends.

Guests also get complimentary access to the HomeTeamNS clubhouse’s infinity pool and gym. Plus, there are plenty of other things to do at the HomeTeamNS clubhouse.

East Villa @ HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir
Google Reviews
4.8
(20)
Address
900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 479994
Contact Information

10. The Serangoon House


Fairytale-style bunk beds in every room



Image credit: Serangoon House Hotel

The last time I slept in a bunk bed, it was on an island in the East and didn’t look a fraction as luxurious as the ones in The Serangoon House. Sporting British colonial-era furnishings, this hotel has bunk beds in each of its rooms.


Image credit: Serangoon House Hotel 

For breakfast, head down to Together and Co, the hotel’s restaurant which offers an international buffet spread – there are even noodle and egg stations that prepare meals to your liking a la minute.

Admission Fee
From $267/night
Google Reviews
2.2
(14)
Address
301 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218224
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$174

11. The Singapore Edition


Museum-level architecture


Those who love boutique luxury hotels would probably be familiar with EDITION Hotels, which has properties in cities like Barcelona, Milan, Tokyo, and West Hollywood. Well, the brand has made an entry to our shores with The Singapore Edition, where you’ll find 204 guestrooms and suites of minimal design but packed with hella luxurious furnishings.


Every EDITION hotel has the same spiral staircase, Singapore’s branch is no exception.

Image credit: @titus.teoh via Instagram

We’re talking, 65-inch flatscreens, Bang and Olufsen speakers, oak-planked floors, hand-sewn throw pillows, and adjustable louvres that draw back automatically like the ones you see in every chaebol’s house in K-dramas.


Image credit: @singaporeedition via Instagram

The Singapore EDITION also boasts a spa on their 2nd floor with all the facilities you would expect plus thermal pools, and an ice fountain – a machine that dispenses ice for chromotherapy.


Image credit: @fyshsingapore via Instagram 

For food, head to FYSH, a seafood-focused restaurant helmed by an award-winning Australian chef. We’d recommend completing date night at The Roof, a poolside semi-al fresco bar, or the Punch Room, a swanky cocktail bar splashed in a shade of electric blue.

Google Reviews
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Address
38 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249731
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$537

12. KINN Studios


MUJI-like rooms in a refurbished heritage building



The attic-styled Hideaway Rooms on the top floor offer guests more privacy.

Image credit KINN Studios

Housed within the walls of a refurbished heritage building in the Keong Saik neighbourhood lies KINN Studios. Beginning their operations in late October 2023, this concept by KINN Hospitality has rooms with MUJI-style interiors inside their 4-storey space.


We’ve heard of hole-in-the-wall diners, but a concierge is a first.

Image credit: KINN Studios 

Offering a conducive environment for guests to unwind, KINN provides experiences focused on tranquillity and mental wellness. An example is its collaboration with Safe Space to offer 10% off standard sessions with a therapist for guests, plus free counseling with Safe Space trainees.

Google Reviews
4.9
(24)
Address
69 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089165
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$135.96

13. Pan Pacific Orchard


Beach-style pool near Orchard Road



Club-level rooms and suites offer direct access to the hotel’s pool.

Image credit: @genxnyc via Instagram

Pan Pacific Orchard, which opened in June 2023 right in the heart of town, has not just 1, but 3 sky gardens. The hotel is also known for its uniquely “stacked” rooms facing picturesque sky terraces, each with a different theme.


Image credit: @mosellasg via Instagram

Grab dinner at Mosella, a Mediterranean and Peruvian fusion restaurant, or enjoy a cocktail at Florette, a bar on their garden terrace.


Image credit: Pan Pacific Orchard

If you think the architecture looks familiar, you’d be right on the money as the hotel was built in collaboration with WOHA Architects, the Singapore-based firm behind PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering. Besides its pretty facade, the hotel also focuses on sustainability with a food composting compactor, rainwater harvesting system, and recyclable water system.

Google Reviews
4.4
(717)
Address
10 Claymore Rd, Singapore 229540
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$372.95

14. Hotel Faber Park


4-Star hotel under $200/night



Image credit: @hotelfaberpark via Instagram

Another hotel that opened in October 2023, Hotel Faber Park is located along Telok Blangah Road for guests seeking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Aside from 194 rooms, there’s also a restaurant, bar, and rooftop pool for hotel guests to enjoy. Foodies can look forward to the weekend buffet featuring a DIY laksa and rojak station at The White Tiffin Fusion, a Peranakan restaurant that recently opened on the ground floor of the hotel.


Image credit: Hotel Faber Park Singapore – Handwritten Collection via Google Maps

The hotel is located a few bus stops down from VivoCity, so if you’ve got plans at Sentosa like ZoukOut or Halloween Horror Nights, you won’t have to catch the last train home if you’re having a staycation here.

Google Reviews
4.5
(159)
Address
448 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 099593
Contact Information
RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$141

15. ST Signature Bugis Middle


Co-living space from $150/night


Boutique hotels make the most of their limited real estate – and ST Signature Bugis Middle certainly has with its eye-catching hand-painted exteriors. The property might be a co-living space, but each of the 38 rooms has its own bathroom – so you don’t have to worry about dorm-style living.


Cabin M, Executive Ensuite from $154/night

Image credit: ST Signature

Extroverts can socialise at their 2 outdoor communal decks and a Cook Lab, where guests can prepare simple meals. PAssion Card members can enjoy up to 48% off room rates when they use the promo code <STXPA48> from now till 31st July 2025.

Google Reviews
4.6
(66)
Address
21 Middle Rd, Singapore 188931
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$118

– Renovated in 2023 –


16. Mandarin Oriental


Back after a 6-month makeover


The Mandarin Oriental is one of Singapore’s OG hotels, having been built in the 1960s. And now that it’s back after a 6-month closure, it’s been refurbished with all-new rooms and suites.


Image credit Mandarin Oriental

It reopened in September 2023, so you can once again catch NDP fireworks from this bayside hotel from $621/night. Expect to find suites and rooms outfitted with new furnishings that are an ode to our local culture – think Batik patterns and lush botanical prints inspired by our “city in a garden”.


Image credit: Mandarin Oriental 

As for cuisine options, take your pick from Japanese, Cantonese, Italian, and American Steakhouse. The international buffet at their 5th restaurant, embu, even does weekend brunches with free-flow champagne and wine.

Address
5 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039797
Contact Information
RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$625

17. Marina Bay Sands


New suites with golf simulators & private bar


From Hollywood celebs and Formula 1 drivers to travel vloggers, anyone who’s anyone has stayed at the Marina Bay Sands. So it comes as no surprise that the hotel has introduced a new category of super luxurious suites – the new Paiza Collection.


Image credit: Marina Bay Sands

These brand-new suites come with 24/7 personal butler service, dining experiences, and access to private elevators. Those with specific needs also get to request personalised amenities like show kitchens, golf simulators, gym equipment, a spa, a grand piano, and even a private bar.


Image credit: Marina Bay Sands 

And did you even stay at MBS if you didn’t snap a photo at the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool? Guests of the Paiza Royal Experience Suites even get a professional photoshoot at the pool thrown in for free, as well as a free chauffeur service from Changi Airport. Well, all you have to do is pay $2,799/night.

Address
10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$669

18. The Robertson House


Affordable luxury near the Singapore River



Image credit The Robertson House by The Crest Collection

Formerly known as Riverside Hotel Robertson Quay, The Robertson House now offers 5-star stays near the Singapore River at affordable rates. Rooms now feature decor inspired by the area’s British Colonial days, with monochrome-themed fittings in their bathrooms.


Rooms feature black and white murals of Clarke Quay back in the day.

Image credit: @msnikornlon via Instagram

We did say that prices for stays here won’t set you back quite as much, and at $200/night, we think it’s a bargain.

And while Robertson Quay is home to plenty of dining and drinking options you don’t even have to leave the hotel as it’s home to Chandu, a hidden speakeasy, and Entrepôt, a restaurant serving up Anglo-Asian cuisine.

The Robertson House by The Crest Collection
Google Reviews
4.2
(154)
Address
1 Unity St, Singapore 237983
Contact Information

– Opening soon –


19. The Standard Singapore


Brand from Los Angeles with infinity pool



Image credit: The Standard

A famed boutique hotel brand from Los Angeles will touch down in Singapore in 2024. The Standard hotel brand is known for its stylish architecture that attracts even the likes of A-list celebrities Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lopez.

The building will feature 143 rooms and an infinity pool with a view of the city. The hotel is expected to have a touch of greenery on its sleek exterior to fit in with Singapore’s garden city image.


Expect The Standard to have insta-worthy amenities just like their Bangkok hotel.

Image credit: @yunyunshieh via Instagram 

Located at Orange Grove Road across from Shangri-La Singapore, The Standard will be a 5-minute drive from a myriad of things to do in Orchard.

The Standard, Singapore
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Address
Orange Grove Rd, Singapore
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20. Mandai Rainforest Resort


A nature resort in Singapore Zoo



Image credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

If spending just a day at Mandai Wildlife Reserve isn’t enough for you, you’ll soon be able to stay overnight once Mandai Rainforest Resort opens. The nature resort will consist of 338 rooms and occupy the space currently used for the Singapore Zoo’s back-of-house facilities.


Image credit: Mandai Wildlife Group

The architects have placed a strong emphasis on sustainability for this project, with plans for solar panels and energy-saving air conditioning. The rooms here come in the form of 24 seed pod-shaped treehouses with treetop walkways that connect them to the rest of the resort.

The best part? The resort will be integrated with the 5 of Mandai Nature Reserve’s parks: Bird Paradise, Singapore Zoo, River Wonders, Night Safari, and Rainforest Wild.


21. Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa


Villas for rent on Sentosa



Image credit: Plateau International 

Raffles Hotel Singapore is probably one of the first that comes to mind when you think of luxury hotels in Singapore. But soon, we’ll have another outpost surrounded by nature. Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa is set to have its soft opening in 2024. Exuding serious Bali vibes, the resort will be a good substitute for vacations to our favourite faraway beach destinations.


Image credit: Plateau International 

This will be the first villa-only resort in Singapore with 62 villas spread over 100,000 sqm, or 17 football fields. Only 1- to 4-bedroom villas will be available, each with its private pool, terrace, and daybed for the ultimate escape from reality. For some extra pampering, guests can also look forward to Raffles Butlers and Raffles Spa.

Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa
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Address
2 Bukit Manis Rd, Singapore 099891
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22. Grand Hyatt Singapore


Reopening with a new Michelin star resto



An artist’s impression of what the revamped lobby’s cascading waterfall will look like.

Image credit @grandhyattsing via Instagram

Located right next to Far East Plaza in the ever-popular Orchard district, the Grand Hyatt Singapore closed for a large-scale reno in September 2023. The hotel is set to open in phases in 2024 and 2025 – but when it finally does, you can look forward to new suites, rooms, and Le Pristine, a new restaurant by Michelin-starred chef-restaurateur Sergio Hernan.


Image credit: Grand Hyatt Singapore via Facebook

Once it reopens, the former Terrace Wing will be relaunched as the Wellness Wing, with new physical spaces that prioritise health and wellness. Expect to see a 5-storey cascading garden and waterfall feature alongside indoor urban landscaping which brings nature in.

Grand Hyatt Singapore
Google Reviews
4.5
(6,042)
Address
10 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228211
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Book one of these hotels for your next staycay

So if you need a break from work and feel like treating the fam to a staycay, snazzy new hotels are definitely not in short supply these days. While everyone might be setting their sights on overseas travel, sometimes the best spots to put your feet up and take a breather are right here with these new hotels in Singapore.


Cover image adapted from: Mandai Park Holdings, @artyzensingapore & @grandhyattsing via Instagram & The Robertson House by The Crest Collection
Last updated by Raewyn Koh on 7th June 2024.

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