13 Best Serviced Apartments In Singapore For Both Short Stays & Long-Term Rentals

Serviced apartments in Singapore

With the rental prices hitting new highs and hotel rates soaring, we bring you a third option that may have slipped your radar – serviced apartments. Now you may be wondering what edge these apartments have over flats and condos for long-term stays; as well as over hotels for shorter stays.

Well, serviced apartments are generally easier on the wallet in both instances. However, they do require a minimum stay period ranging from a week to a month. They also come in various housing options from heritage shophouses to resort-style residences and 2-storey penthouses.

Here are the best serviced apartments in Singapore.

What should I look for in a serviced apartment?

Since you’re going to be living there for a good few months, you’ll want to make sure that your new home fully accommodates your lifestyle. Here are some factors that you should consider before committing to a serviced apartment.


Even if you’re not in real estate, you’ve probably already heard the golden rule about property: location, location, location. Singapore has an excellent public transport system, so it doesn’t really matter where you stay. But if you don’t want to spend a good portion of your day commuting, then somewhere nearer the places you frequent would make more sense.

That said, properties nearer the CBD are likely to cost more than those in suburban areas.


Serviced apartments differ from regular apartments for rent solely on the services they provide on top of accommodation. Think of it as a hotel but with more homely amenities like in-built kitchenettes. Similar to hotels, they are also usually fully furnished and include WiFi, housekeeping, and concierge services. You might even find facilities like swimming pools, sports courts, and conference rooms at certain serviced apartments.

Before you start renting, it’s a good idea to take note of what’s included in your stay. You don’t have to rent a place with all the bells and whistles if you won’t even be utilising them.


Consider the size of the apartment and the number of rooms that they have, and assess whether the apartment has enough space for you. Parents with kids may want to get a multi-bedroom apartment with a larger space. Meanwhile, if you are only renting for one person, then perhaps a studio apartment will be a better option for you.

What is the minimum stay for serviced apartments in Singapore?

Most serviced apartments require a minimum stay period ranging from a week to a month. By law, all Singapore serviced apartments must have a minimum stay of 6 nights.

How much does a serviced apartment cost in Singapore?

Here’s a summary of the pricing for serviced apartments in Singapore.

Serviced Apartment Location Price Range for Short Stay Price Range for Long Stay
Aurealis Serviced Residence Marina Bay Not available From $8,000/month
Weave Suites – Midtown Bugis/Nicoll Highway From $138/night From $2,450/month
Thanksgiving Serviced Residence Cantonment


From $168/night Not available
Treetops Executive Residences Near Orchard From $365/night From $9,781.12/month
Oasia Residence West Coast From $366/night Enquire for rates
Somerset Bencoolen Singapore Near Bencoolen MRT Station From $267.79/night From $8,020.48/month
Fortville Near East Coast Park Not available From $210/night
Figment Multiple Locations Not available From $2300/month
Coliwoo Serangoon

Beach Road Balestier


Boon Lay

Enquire for rates Enquire for rates
Dash Living on Mackenzie Little India From $80/night From $5460/month
Le Grove Serviced Residences Orange Grove Road From $288/night Enquire for monthly rates
Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard From $360/night From $349.93/night
Adina Serviced Apartments Singapore Orchard Orchard From $306/night Enquire for monthly rates

1. Aurealis Serviced Residence

5-min walk from MBS & Esplanade

You can walk to Downtown and Raffles Place MRT Stations via the
air-conditioned underpass.
Image credit: Aurealis Serviced Residence Marina Bay Singapore

The Marina Bay area is synonymous with many iconic landmarks – Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade, and Gardens by the Bay. And just a stone’s throw away is Aurealis Serviced Residence Marina Bay, a 5-star serviced apartment that’s located right in the heart of the Marina Bay Financial District.

Each apartment is furnished with home living necessities such as
a 2-in-1 washer and dryer, a large sofa, and a Sealy bed.
Image credit: Aurealis Serviced Residence Marina Bay Singapore

For those who WFH frequently, this is the place for you. Each apartment is equipped with a HP laser printer and high-speed WiFi so you can conveniently set up camp here. You’ll also have a full-fledged kitchen, plus access to the gym, swimming pools, tennis courts, hot jacuzzi, and BBQ pits. There’s even a supermarket and a myriad of shops for your grocery runs.

Book a stay at Aurealis Serviced Residence.

Rates: From $8,000/month with min. 3 months stay
Address: 2 Marina Boulevard, The Sail @ Marina Bay, Singapore 018987
Contact: WhatsApp | contact@aurealisgroup.com

2. Weave Suites – Midtown

Has 5 types of suites from $138/night

WiFi, electricity,
water, and housekeeping are provided too.
Image credit: Weave Living 

Conveniently located 6 minutes from Bugis, Nicoll Highway, and Lavender MRT is Weave Suites – Midtown, a fully furnished rental apartment with gorgeous decor and ample storage space that’s perfect for those who need an escape from the chaos at home. There are 5 types of suites to choose from depending on your preferred size and budget. 

There are also fun community events to bond with your neighbors.
Image credit: Weave Living 

Flexible rental rates are available if you’re lodging for less than a month, and pricing goes from $138/night. Those planning for a longer visit can book from $2,450/month. The amenities you’ll be entitled to include a 24-hour gym, a giant communal kitchen, a living room to chill at, and 24/7 CCTV cameras so you can rest easy.

Book a stay at Weave Suites – Midtown.

Rates: From $138/night with min. 6 nights stay or $2,450/month
Address: 33 Jalan Sultan, Singapore 198965
Contact: live.sg@weave-living.com 

3. Thanksgiving Serviced Residence

Fully furnished & pet-friendly

Cantonment Residence’s studio apartment.
Image credit: Thanksgiving Serviced Residence 

One of the most affordable serviced apartments in Singapore, Thanksgiving Serviced Residence has options from as low as $168/night. You can choose to stay at the Cantonment Residence which is close to the Duxton Hill cafe and nightlife area, Singapore Art Museum at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, and just a 15-minute drive to Sentosa.

Oxley Thanksgiving Residence’s deluxe one-bedroom apartment.
Image credit: Thanksgiving Serviced Residence 

The second location is Oxley Thanksgiving Residence at River Valley which features a rooftop garden worthy of the ‘Gram. Venturing out will bring you to Fort Canning Park or the Orchard Road mall strip, both just 10 minutes away on foot.

In both locations, the fully-furnished apartments come with kitchens, washing machines, and refrigerators. They can accommodate up to 4 people, making it suitable for parents with kids to reside here comfortably. Plus, they are pet-friendly so family furballs can stay too.

Take a morning or evening walk on the rooftop garden at the Oxley residence.
Image credit: Thanksgiving Service Residence 

For expats who have recently relocated to Singapore, these serviced apartments are also close to several central attractions such as Clarke Quay and Chinatown, allowing you to explore the city with ease.

Book a stay at Thanksgiving Serviced Residence.

Thanksgiving Serviced Residence (Oxley)
Admission Fee
Short-term stay: From $250/night with min. 6 nights’ stay
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328 River Valley Rd, Singapore 238360
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Thanksgiving Serviced Residence (Cantonment)
Admission Fee
Short-term stay: From $168/night with min. 6 nights’ stay
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237 Cantonment Rd, Singapore 089767
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4. Treetops Executive Residences

Eco-luxury residence near Orchard

3-Bedroom Executive Suite.
Image credit: @treetops.sg via Instagram 

Executives with higher-than-average disposable incomes can consider Treetops Executive Residences. This serviced apartment in Singapore that’s a 3-minute drive from Orchard Road will have you feeling as if you’re living in a resort with its enormous pool, outdoor jacuzzi, and barbecue pits.

With daily and monthly rates, you can choose to stay in a 1, 2, or 3-bedroom apartment from a week to for a couple of days or a few months. And if the whole family is going on a “retreat”, get the penthouse which can fit up to 7 people. To round off the luxurious service, there’s complimentary daily housekeeping too.

Check out the Sunbird Terrace Cafe with a menu designed to serve healthier meals.
Image credit: Treetops Executive Residences Singapore via Facebook  

You can also save on transportation expenses with their free shuttle bus service to Botanic Gardens, Gardens by the Bay, and several other shopping centres in town like Plaza Singapura and Suntec City.

Book a stay at Treetops Executive Residences.

Short-term stay: From $520/night with min. 6 nights stay
Long-term stay: From $$11,500/month
Promotion: $302/night with min. 6 nights stay (till 31st December 2022)

Treetops Executive Residences
Admission Fee
Short-term stay: From $365/night with min. 6 nights stay
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7 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258355
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5. Oasia Residence

In-house activities, tours & workshops

Studio apartment with a fully-equipped kitchen and living area.
Image credit: Oasia Residence, Singapore 

Peeps who are looking for something in the West, we got you. Oasia Residence is the place to be if you work at Mapletree Business City, one-north, NUS, or Science Park. It’s a 10-minute walk to West Coast Plaza where food options are plenty and a 10-minute drive to Haw Par Villa.

Those who prefer to stay in can take part in the in-house activities organised by the residence, such as aqua fitness classes ($20/pax), tea appreciation workshops ($72/pax), and edible farm tours ($54/pax).

Image credit:
Oasia Residence, Singapore 

The residence has 2 swimming pools, one of which is a rooftop lap pool with unobstructed views of the west coast. Sporty folks can also make use of the 24-hour gym and tennis courts. Not only do you get free breakfast as a resident, but you also get complimentary parking, and access to snacks all day at the lounge.

All apartments are non-smoking ones and furry friends are welcome to stay too.
Image credit: Oasia Residence, Singapore 

You can choose from 3 room types: studio, 1-bedroom, or  2-bedroom. If you like hosting gatherings, the 2-bedroom option offers ample space for a small group of friends. Alternatively, the studio and 1-bedroom apartments are ideal for those who prefer a more cosy living space.

Book a stay at Oasia Residence, Singapore.

Short-term stay: From $588/night with min. 6 nights stay
Long-term stay: Enquire for monthly rates

Oasia Residence, Singapore
Admission Fee
Short-term stay: From $344/night with min. 6 nights' stay
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123 W Coast Cres, Located within Seahill, Singapore 126779
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6. Somerset Bencoolen Singapore

Rooftop pool overlooking the city

1-bedroom deluxe from $392/night.
Image credit: Somerset Bencoolen Singapore 

Choosing one of the 110 units at Somerset Bencoolen Singapore is pretty straightforward – pick either a 1- or 2-bedroom apartment. The en suite bathrooms are furnished with complimentary bath amenities and there’s daily housekeeping, just as you’d find in a luxury hotel.

All units are also equipped with a kitchen, living and dining space, and TV. But perhaps the most hotel-like amenity is the rooftop pool which opens from 6am-10pm so you can squeeze in a swim before breakfast or before calling it a night. They also have a 24/7 on-call service that you can contact for any health or security concerns.

Image credit: Somerset Bencoolen Singapore 

Somerset Bencoolen doesn’t have a monthly rate for long-term stays, but the daily rates go down to about $284.75/night if you stay for at least a month.

Book a stay at Somerset Bencoolen Singapore.

Admission Fee
Short-term stay: From $300/night with min. 2 nights stay
51 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189630
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7. Fortville

2-storey penthouse near East Coast Park

Studio Chic apartment from $160/night.
Image credit: Fortville 

Find out why Easties say “East side, best side” at Fortville. So named because of its location on Fort Road, the serviced apartment is a 10-minute walk to East Coast Park and has a wide range of apartment sizes from studio to 3-bedroom. Like most serviced apartments in Singapore, amenities include a swimming pool, jacuzzi, gym, and BBQ pits.

The penthouse (from $190/night) comes with a large balcony and loft-style bedroom.
Image credit: Fortville 

Fortville also has a small penthouse ($175/night) and a 2-storey luxury penthouse that goes for just $190/night. However, the catch is that you have to stay for at least 6 months, which means you need to have about $30k stashed aside to live here long-term.

Short-term stay: Not available
Long-term stay: From $160/night with min. 180 nights stay

Fortville Serviced Apartments
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19 Fort Road, Singapore 439088
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8. Figment

Live in a heritage shophouse

Still House ($2,920/month) at Joo Chiat.
Image credit: Figment 

You don’t need to wonder about living inside the famous pastel terrace houses in Joo Chiat, because you can actually rent them out. Figment specialises in serviced apartments in heritage shophouses with over 11 locations all over Singapore in culturally rich neighbourhoods such as Emerald Hill and Kampong Glam. They also feature handpicked furniture and curated artwork, making these homes truly IG-worthy.

Alawi House ($3,000/month) features cultural elements of Islamic designs.
Image credit: Figment 

Paying homage to the neighbourhoods and families that used to occupy the shophouses, each residence has a different theme. The Monochrome House ($3,100/month) has a retro vibe with framed movie posters hanging in the living room while the Banda House ($3,500/month) has Peranakan-inspired aesthetics.

Image credit: Figment

There are more modern ones too, such as the Alexandra House ($3,000/month) which boasts an indoor lap pool Tony Stark would be proud of. Oh, and 15% of all rental money goes to supporting local creators – how wholesome.

Short-term stay: Not available
Long-term stay: From $2,300/month with min. 3 months’ stay

Contact: Figment website

9. Coliwoo

Communal living for students & young adults

Coliwoo Serangoon’s 2-bedroom studio with a queen bed.

Image credit: Coliwoo

A significant upgrade from youth hostels and guest houses, modern co-living spaces such as Coliwoo offer furnished rooms on a budget. Not only are they a more cost-effective option for those looking for flexible lease terms, but they also let you meet and connect with others in the shared spaces.

Coliwoo has modest studio units across town, with some locations being close to international schools and universities. You can find their rooms in Serangoon, Beach Road, Balestier, Keppel, and Boon Lay.

Residents of Coliwoo enjoy a meal together after their cooking class.
Image credit: @coliwoosg via Instagram

If you prefer not to be bothered, say during exams or busy work periods; you have the privacy of your room and personal workstation. But you also have the opportunity to attend communal events such as home-cooking classes, wine appreciation, and Muay Thai for some R&R and to meet others.

Once you’re part of the Coliwoo community, you can also enjoy exclusive member perks such as discounts at various F&B establishments, including foodpanda deliveries for when you want to grab a bite nearby.

Image credit: Coliwoo 

If you’re about to be a student at NTU, Coliwoo Boon Lay is the one you need to look at. Facilities here include a free-access gym, shared kitchen, and dining area. When you need a calm spot to study, head to the spacious reading lounge that overlooks a backyard. Plus, it’s also close to a 24-hour grocery store and a medical clinic, so you won’t need to travel very far to stock up on ingredients or to get a simple check-up.

Short-term stay: Enquire for daily rates with min. 6 nights’ stay
Long-term stay: Enquire for monthly rates with min. 3 months’ stay

Contact: Coliwoo website

10. Dash Living on Mackenzie

Flexible lease terms from just 1 month

Comfy queen bed with rentals from $2,820/month.
Image credit: Dash Living on Mackenzie 

Sometimes you’re just not sure how long you’re going to stay in a place or perhaps you require a temporary home for a short time while yours is under renovation. In such cases, having a flexible lease puts a load off one’s mind.

While most long-term rentals require a minimum commitment of  3-6 months, Dash Living on Mackenzie offers flexible lease terms starting from just 1 month. Located near Little India MRT, the accommodation is convenient for students studying in SMU, LASALLE, or the institutions near Dhoby Ghaut. City Square Mall at Farrer Park and Clarke Quay’s nightlife establishments are also a stone’s throw away.

Indoor social lounge.
Image credit: Dash Living on Mackenzie

The rooms here are each fully furnished with a bed, workspace desk, and wardrobe, each room boasting an en suite bathroom. But if you’re used to eating home-cooked meals, you’ll have to make them in the shared social kitchenette.

Professionals here on longer business trips that require you to stay in Singapore for a few months can enjoy free day passes and discounts at The Hive co-working space. Other perks as a resident include discounts at nearby F&B outlets and a discount on personal training at Her.Gym.

Alfresco rooftop area for lounging and dining.
Image credit: Dash Living on Mackenzie

If you want to get to know your neighbours, plop yourself on a seat at the indoor social lounge or the rooftop garden where you can meet the other residents.

Short-term stay: Not available
Long-term stay: From $1,600/month

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15 Mackenzie Rd, Singapore 228677
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11. Le Grove Serviced Residences

Near hospitals & medical centres

Studio apartments feature a queen bed and mini kitchen.
Image credit: Le Grove Serviced Residences 

International patients visiting Singapore to get treated in one of our world-class medical facilities can consider a stay at Le Grove Serviced Residences. The apartments are less than a 15-minute drive from Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital, and Camden Medical Centre. Plus, there are accessibility-friendly apartments available upon request.

The 2-bedroom apartment includes a living and dining area, a queen bed, and 2 single beds.
Image credit: Le Grove Serviced Residences 

Families staying together can opt for the interconnecting apartments; they’re useful if a home nurse or medical caregiver needs to stay with the resident. Complimentary services include daily breakfast and housekeeping as well as a car park lot for the duration of your stay.

1-bedroom apartment with a separate living room.
Image credit: Le Grove Serviced Residences 

Book a stay at Le Grove Serviced Residences.

Short-term stay: From $210/night with min. 6 nights stay
Long-term stay: Enquire for monthly rates

Le Grove Serviced Residences
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32 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258354
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12. Pan Pacific Serviced Suites

Hotel-style gym & infinity pool

If you want to enjoy 5-star hotel treatment, hospitality brand Pan Pacific has serviced suites in Orchard and Beach Road – both located a few MRT stations away from the CBD.

We’d recommend Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, in particular – since it’s located right across the buzzy Arab Street. It also has amenities such as a fitness centre, meeting rooms, and even an infinity pool looking out to stunning views of the Singapore skyline.

Short-term stay: From $281.71/night
Long-term stay: Enquire for monthly rates

Address: 7500B Beach Road, #7500B, Singapore 199592
Contact: Pan Pacific Serviced Suites website

Book a stay at Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore.
Book a stay at Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Beach Road Singapore.

13. Adina Serviced Apartments Singapore Orchard

Spacious serviced apartments in Singapore

Adina Serviced Apartment Singapore Orchard offers sizeable rooms that can comfortably accommodate larger families and even pets. The newly refurbished 3-bedroom apartment building spans from 1,067sqft-1,205sqft large, providing ample space to fit up to 6 people.

Apartments include full-sized kitchens, dining, living room, and bedroom furnishing with a washer and dryer, and access to a breakfast lounge, gym, and pool. You also have easy access to the Somerset and Dhoby Ghaut MRT stations, so a lack of transportation won’t be an issue.

There are also snacks in the lobby you can help yourself to. Do note they’ll be charged to your room.

Even your first week of groceries is covered, as you can pre-order from Ryan’s Grocery before your arrival to ensure your kitchen is properly stocked by the time you check-in.

Short-term stay: From $346/night

Long-term stay: Enquire for monthly rates

Address: 121 Penang Rd, Singapore 238464
Contact: Adina Singapore website 

Who are serviced apartments good for?

Serviced apartments are ideal for those seeking temporary accommodation, such as expats, those whose flats are undergoing home renovation, or those in search of a new home. These apartments offer the convenience of hotel-like services coupled with the comfort of a personal space.

However, if you have a specific interior aesthetic that you really like, then serviced apartments may not be the best fit for you, as you won’t have many opportunities to remodel your flat to your own preferences.

That said, even if major renovations aren’t an option, you can still personalise your apartment by adding interior decor or undertaking non-invasive projects to create a cosy and homely atmosphere.

What is the difference between a serviced apartment and a hotel?

Most serviced apartments typically offer a larger space than hotel rooms as they are more fully equipped for an extended stay.

Additionally, the kitchens usually have a full-sized fridge and freezer so you can properly stock up on your groceries without worrying about running out of space.

There’s also an in-unit washing machine and dryer provided for you to do your laundry whereas most hotels would require you to use their laundry services.

Book a stay in a serviced apartment in Singapore

Whether you’re planning a week-long staycay or looking for long-term accommodation, most furnished apartments offer similar hotel and condo vibes with various price points available.If you’re happy to commit at least 6 nights or a few months, you can experience living in some really unique homes.

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Cover image adapted from: Figment, Treetops Executive Residences Singapore, Fortville
This article contains partial partnership content. However, all opinions are ours.
Original article published on 23rd November 2022. Last updated by Joycelyn Yeow on 31st August 2023. Last updated by Mae-Z Fam on 21st March 2024.


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