10 S’pore Hotels That Make You Feel Like a King & Also Burn a Hole in Your Wallet

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Let’s just get right into it, because well, time is money and you’ve got to really save lots of money for just one night of staycation in any of these hotels.

Resorts World Sentosa – Beach Villas (3 Bedroom Villa)


This isn’t your typical staycation: you don’t stay in a room, but a grand villa instead. At 477 sqm, you might even be lost here. And just for the record, a typical 4-room HDB flat is about 90 sqm. This has almost four times more space than your HDB flat. For this exclusivity and luxury, one night could go up to $10,799. 

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World, Sentosa, Singapore, Singapore 098269

Raffles Singapore (Palm Court Suite)


When you stay in Raffles Hotel, you’re not just experiencing an expensive and atas staycation: you’re also travelling back in time, to the days when Singapore was just gaining its independence. The Palm Court Suite has everything you want: from a living room to a bathtub, and most important, furniture you most likely have never come across. One night could set you back by $1,125.

Address: 1 Beach Road, Marina Bay, Singapore, Singapore 189673 

The Club Residences by Capella Singapore (Two Bedroom Apartment)


This large apartment should be one your choices if you intend to have one atas class gathering with all your atas friends: the maximum occupancy is five people and at a reasonable 170 sqm for $1,300 per night, one just need to pay $260 a night. Wait, did I just make it sound like $260 a night is affordable?

Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Sentosa, Singapore, Singapore 098297

Capella Singapore Hotel (Premier Sea View Room)


Want a room instead of an apartment? Well, Capella provides that as well.

By now, you should be able to tell that the most expensive hotels are in Sentosa, and this is for a good reason: Capella Singapore Hotel provides not just a bathtub for that romantic moments, but a splendid view of the sea from your room. Watching TV on the bed is so yesterday; spend $780 a night and watch the sea from your bed is what YOLO is all about.

Address: 1 The Knolls Sentosa Island, Sentosa, Singapore, Singapore 098297

The Fullerton Bay Hotel (Premier Rooms)


When it comes to hotels, this could well be one of the most popular ones among tourists, as it offers a good view of not just F1 but several other major events as well. Not only that, you can also view the ocean from selected rooms; just don’t book during F1 or any other special season periods, and it will cost about $619 per night.


Address: 80 Collyer quay, Marina Bay, Singapore, Singapore 049326

Marina Bay Sands (Premier Room)


What’s not to love about this hotel? You have a sea view and you have access to the infinity pool. Even David Beckham stays here during his vacation, so you can’t go wrong with this–except the price, which is about $738 per night.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay, Singapore, Singapore 018956

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore (Premier Suite)


This international chain needs no introduction; the picture above should have already convinced you to make a booking soon. With a view of Marina Bay, and also the Singapore Flyer and MBS, it makes the suite not just atas, but one of the most romantic place in the world–for $950 per night, that is.

Are you angry at someone now, and can’t get him or her out of your mind? Well, watch this video and you’ll know what to do next:

Address: 7 Raffles Avenue, Marina Bay, Singapore, Singapore 039799

The St Regis Singapore (Specialty Suite)


Number 1: Orchard Road. Number 2: Look at the picture above. It’s a place that even a king will feel atas, with its oriental furniture and that mind-blowing view. And did I mention Orchard Road is just an elevator down away? But of course, to be a king, it will cost $2,016 per night.


Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Orchard, Singapore, Singapore Singapore 247911

Resorts World Sentosa – Equarius Hotel (ocean suite)


You won’t get a sea view here, because you’re in the sea. And because sea view is starting to get a tad mainstream eh? But to live underwater, you’ll have to fork out $2,345 a night for a 93 sqm suite.

Address: 8 Sentosa Gateway, Resorts World, Sentosa, Singapore, Singapore 098269

InterContinental Singapore (Heritage Suite)



I’m pretty sure you know about this hotel: it’s connected to Bugis Junction, and that’s one of the reasons why it’s in this list; you have a mall and an MRT station just at your footstep. And inside your suite, you’ll feel like you’re in the 70s–what more could you ask for? It’ll set you back by $535 per night; all of a sudden, that doesn’t seem a lot.

Address: 80 Middle Road , Bugis, Singapore, Singapore 188966 

*All images and prices from agoda.com

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