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7 Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts & Chalets In SG For Staycations With Your Furkid From $165/Night

Pet-friendly hotels in Singapore


We hold every short break in high anticipation – an escape from the everyday pressures of life is always good for the soul. Despite being a small country, Singapore has plenty of staycation options to choose from, with its myriad of hotels and resorts. But a staycation for a pet owner is just incomplete without our furkids.

To avoid suffering from separation anxiety, book a pet-friendly hotel or resort for a relaxing weekend with your pet.


1. Sofitel Singapore Sentosa – Tropical vibes staycation (from $578/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Dog at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort
Image credit: @hiro_white_socks via Instagram

You don’t need another reason to spoil your fur babies. But if you’re looking for a place that treats them as the VIPs they really are, then head over to Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa.

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - FurKid Retreat package at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa ResortImage adapted from: @sofitelsingaporesentosa & @hazel_thinktoomuch via Instagram

The FurKid Retreat comes with a 1-night stay for the pawrents and the dog or cat. Your VIP also gets its own bed and bowl, as well as a welcome gift basket with toys and treats.

For you and your human plus one, there’ll be breakfast and dinner at Kwee Zeen. The all-day dining restaurant that serves Western and Asian cuisine has al fresco seating, so your pet will never have to leave your side, even on vacation.

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Tanjong Beach connected to Sofitel Spa and Resort

In fact, they’re free to roam any outdoor area of the hotel, including the pool and garden. Make use of the direct access path to Tanjong Beach too, if you want open space to have playtime with your pupper.

Should these memories be worth preserving in more than just a social media post, consider upgrading the package to include a photographer for the occasion. Enquire with the hotel for more details.

Address
2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, 099891
Opening Hours:
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$378

2. Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa – Suite with private courtyard & jacuzzi (from $670/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Amara Sanctuary Sentosa - Pampered Paws packageBreakfast in bed with your furkids? A thousand times, yes.
Image credit: @bebethepoodle via Instagram

Vacations at Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa are paw-fect when you start the day with a hearty breakfast with your furbaby. Their Pampered Paws package includes a buffet breakfast for 2 adults, pet amenities, and you get to stay in the Courtyard Suite with 1 fur baby of any size. 

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Courtyard Suite at Amara Sanctuary Sentosa Image adapted from: Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa & @bellakini via Instagram

There’s not only ample space for dogs to run around in the suite’s private courtyard, but also a personal jacuzzi and a 4-poster king-sized bed for the humans to lounge in. 

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Amara Sanctuary Sentosa - Pampered Paws packageImage credit: Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa

You’ll receive a complimentary furkid welcome pack that includes wellness treats, kibble, pet wipes, and a toy. There’s also a room-service pet menu with dishes such as turkey or lamb stew and Zeal Spare Ribs.

Address
Sentosa Island, 1 Larkhill Rd, Singapore 099394
Opening Hours:
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Contact Information
RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$270

3. InterContinental Singapore – Outdoor porch for your pooch (from $529/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - InterContinental Singapore Pet Getaway staycation packageImage credit: @chocothemaltipoo via Instagram

InterContinental Singapore’s Pet Getaway staycation package gets you a 5-star stay in a Heritage Suite with Outdoor Porch. You know, so your pooch can run around freely. The package also includes a buffet breakfast for 2 adults and $50 in-room dining credits. 

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Pet Getaway staycation package at InterContinental SingaporeImage credit: @baileyl.poo via Instagram

Your furkid will be getting all the attention with a welcome amenities basket, pet bed, gourmet treats, pet toys, and an exclusive pet-friendly menu.

This staycation package allows you to bring up to 2 dogs per room with a combined weight of up to 15kg. 

Google Reviews
4.5
(3,606)
Address
80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966
RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$332

4. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – Located in Orchard (from $646/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Premier Room at Four Seasons Hotel SingaporeImage credit: @noelmnawer via Instagram

Take your pets to Four Seasons Hotel Singapore (from $646/night) and recline the afternoon away in a Premier Room with a calm, muted colour palette and all-marble bathroom. It’s located in Orchard, so you can sneak out for a quick shopping trip at the nearby malls if your pet is taking an afternoon nap.

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Pet in Four Seasons SingaporeImage credit: @noelmnawer via Instagram

Bring your floof to accompany you on a business trip. Do note that only the vaccinated, well-trained, and those under 11kg are allowed on the premises.

Address
190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646
Opening Hours:
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Contact Information
RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$550

5. Capella Singapore – Garden or sea views (from $1,360/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Capella Singapore Garden or Sea view room
Premier Garden Room
has a starting price of $1,360/night.
Image credit: Capella Hotels

It is not every day you get to wake up to a view of the sea or lush greenery right outside your window, what more with your furkid beside you. But you can do just that at Capella Singapore (from $1,360/night).

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Pet Spa-Cation Package at Capella Singapore
What a spa session looks like at Petpawroni.
Image credit: @kira_the_monster via Instagram

The Pet Spa-Cation package comes with an Ayurveda Pet Spa session at Petpawroni. Amenities such as a pet bowl, bed, and snacks will be arranged for dogs and cats who tag along with their owners; you’re allowed to bring one pet that weighs below 15kg per room.

The hotel has direct access to Palawan Beach in Sentosa, so you can bring your furbaby for a beach run and enjoy the sea breeze together. 

Google Reviews
4.6
(2,021)
Address
1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297
Opening Hours:
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RECOMMENDED TICKETS AT S$976.93

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6. Kranji Sanctuary Resort – Amidst nature (from $165/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Kranji Santuary Farm villa
Image credit:
Kranji Sanctuary Resort

The lush greenery all over Kranji Sanctuary Resort makes for a welcome break from the high-rise buildings that surround us – and your furkid is sure to enjoy running around in the huge open spaces in the compound.

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Standard Room at the Kranji Sanctuary ResortImage credit: Kranji Sanctuary Resort

Pets are allowed in all their rooms, and their Standard Rooms start at a price of $165/night with an extra charge of $100 per pet. Although it’s a standard room, it features an open-air concept bathroom that’ll make you feel as if you’re in Bali.

Kranji Sanctuary Resort
Admission Fee
Reach out to them on their website
Google Reviews
3.6
(656)
Address
10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, #01-09, Singapore 718813
Opening Hours:
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7. CSC at Loyang – Great for large paw-ties (from $626.47/night)


Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore -CSC Loyang Sea View Bungalow
Image credit: @nie_n_milobrandie via Instagram

Chalets in Singapore are great for gathering large groups of friends, and CSC Loyang (formerly Aloha Loyang) is perfect if you’re looking to throw a paw-ty with your fellow pet-owner friends.

Their Sea View Bungalow (from $626.47/night) comes with 4 bedrooms with attached bathrooms, and of course, they’re pet-friendly. Just note that there’s a minimum of a 2-night stay with every room you book.

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - BBQ pit at CSC LoyangWhat’s a gathering without a BBQ night?
Image credit: CSC at Loyang 

Regardless, the homestay is very convenient. It has a kitchen well-equipped with an induction cooker, pots and pans, utensils, and a refrigerator and microwave. And with a sheltered BBQ pit, it’s easy to whip up a feast for your party, rain or shine. 

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Dog washing point at CSC Loyang Dog washing point.
Image credit: CSC at Loyang

These bungalows also offer direct access to the beach, where there’s a dog run and washing point for muddy paws.

Pet-Friendly Hotels, Resorts, & Chalets in Singapore - Common area at the Sea View Bungalow in CSC Loyang
Image credit: CSC at Loyang 

Your party will have plenty of space to spread out in the common area after a day of playing with your doggies on the beach.

Civil Service Club @ Loyang (Former Aloha Loyang)
Google Reviews
4.2
(1,436)
Address
159W Jln. Loyang Besar, Singapore 507020
Opening Hours:
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Contact Information


Pet-friendly hotels in Singapore


If you feel that your pet deserves a little more fun than the nearby neighbourhood park and dog run you frequently take them to, then pamper them with a staycation at one of these pet-friendly hotels. A number of them come with open spaces or are located near the beach, so you can both enjoy the outdoors together.

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Cover image adapted from: @bellakini via Instagram & Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa
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First published on 12th August 2019. Last updated by Haizreen Natasha on 12th December 2023.