The Top 9 Hotels In S’pore According To Travellers & Their Costs Coz We Now Got $100 For Staycations

Last year was TripAdvisor’s 17th year of hosting the prestigious Travellers’ Choice® awards for Hotels.

A grand total of 7,812 properties in 94 countries and eight regions worldwide were recognized in multiple categories for their remarkable quality, service and value.

Congregating millions of reviews and opinions on the world’s largest travel platform, TripAdvisor has also gathered a list of ten hotels in Singapore that are travellers’ favourites.

Seeing as cross-border travel restrictions are still in place to safeguard our health, hotels in Singapore have been throwing out promos like Goody Feed throws out clickbait headlines to get people to come in.

Plus, from Dec 2020, your staycation stays will be subsidised by $100 per person ($200 if you’re going with someone who also receives the SingapoRediscover tourism vouchers).

Never a better time to look at what the rates are like so you can start planning for December, right?

Plus, for those who really can’t wait, there are really tempting offers available now too. Like up to 50% off.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

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Topping the list is The Fullerton Bay Hotel by The Fullerton Heritage, costing an average of S$768 per night on TripAdvisor.

The hotel resides within a neoclassical facade built back in 1928.

Formerly home to Singapore’s General Post Office, the Exchange Room and Exchange Reference Library, and the Singapore Club, it was gazetted in December 2015 as a National Monument.

Apart from its rich narrative and grandeur, the hotel consistently draws in troves of tourists with superb hospitality and accommodation.

Upon receiving the recognition, General Manager of The Fullerton Heritage Cavaliere Giovanni Viterale said: “The positive reviews on TripAdvisor are a testament to the dedication of my colleagues’ efforts in engaging each and every guest with true enthusiasm.”

Current Offer

Currently, if you were to venture into the hotel’s website, you can find rooms going for as low as $266 (under the Weekday Siesta package for locals) for their Premier Courtyard Room, including daily breakfast.

Splurge a bit more to get yourself a room with an awe-inspiring view of Marina Bay for $486 (excluding taxes).

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Image: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Of course, it might be pricey now but come Dec 2020, the $200 SingapoRediscovers vouchers might just come in handy.

That’s if the rates remain the same lah. It’s the December “holidays”, after all.

You can book here.

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

The luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Singapore nestles within luscious foliage on the fringe of Orchard Road.

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Its strategic location affords patrons both tranquillity and proximity to various attractions for a riveting stay.

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Boasting twenty levels, the hotel features a rooftop pool with a panoramic view of the surrounding urban landscape.

The in-house Michelin restaurant Jiang-Nan Chun and a L’OCCITANE spa further contribute to their high placement on the list.


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Average annual TripAdvisor pricing of the hotel starts from S$498 per night.

Current Offer

Book by end of November to get a 20% off and free rescheduling of dates.

You’ll need a minimum of two nights’ stay though, to enjoy the offer.

AMOY by Far East Hospitality

AMOY is a relatively petite hotel with only 37 guest rooms. Yet, they take great pride in providing personalized services, starting from addressing you by name.

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The name of the property itself pays tribute to the trading past of its location. In fact, AMOY is a nod to the Zhengzhou people who came from China to settle in Singapore.


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Its itinerary highlights the temple-turned-museum entrance and the unique architecture within – testaments to the district’s history.

On average, a night’s stay costs S$355.

Current Offer

Currently, the hotel is part of six exclusive staycation packages offered by Far East Hospitality and a quick check on their website shows that you can now get a room from just $204.

Pretty affordable for one of the top 10 hotels in Singapore, don’t you think?

The Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality

Another hotel by Far East Hospitality managed to claim a spot on the list.


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In fact, it was awarded Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best Award for Best Service in Singapore this year.

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A stay at the hotel includes complimentary breakfast, evening cocktails and canapés, mini-bar beverages and snacks that are replenished daily, as well as all-day light refreshments.

For S$323 a night, Quincy Hotel will keep you fed, rested – and probably slightly tipsy.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is the republican’s outpost of American multinational hotel chain, The Ritz-Carlton.

Image: Facebook (The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore)

A five-star hotel situated in prime tourism estate Marina Bay Sands, it caters to those with a taste for the finer things in life.


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Embody the epitome of posh at Asia’s first La Mer spa. Take in the spectacular views of the city skyline at the top-floor lounge. Savour in Michelin-starred Cantonese cuisines at Summer Pavilion.

For those with a keen eye for aesthetic, the hotel doubles as a gallery of 4,200 art pieces by Andy Warhol and the likes.

Cost per night averages at S$631 based on TripAdvisor’s rates.


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Current Offer

Right now, they’re offering three special packages for Singaporeans looking to have a luxurious staycation.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

From just $490 per night, you can have in-room dining breakfast and up to $100 credits to use on the hotel’s amenities.

You can check out their offers here, which are valid until 24 Dec 2020 and 30 Dec 2020.

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

The five-star Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel stands dignified amid the country’s shopping paradise – Orchard Road.

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After a gratifying retail therapy, one could choose to relax at the new executive lounge M Club. Alternatively, refuel with international gourmet dishes or unwind at the Serena Spa.


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In addition to the holy trio of eat-drink-spa and a 24-hour fitness centre, the hotel has a pleasantly surprising partner: TED.

Get your brain juices flowing by watching specially curated TED Talks on your guest room TVs, or online through a WiFi login portal.

Beauty, brain and brawn – at an average of S$450 a night, the hotel wants you to have them all.

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Current Offer

If you think $450’s a steal, I’ve got something even better for you.

A quick poke around their website reveals the ultimate paradise for true-blue Singaporeans: the “Offers” section.


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Thinking of taking leave on a weekend to have some quality time with your partner? They have the Iconic City Staycation package which gives you a room there from $258.

Can’t or won’t be able to leave work during the weekdays? Blissful Escapes is here for you to enjoy your two-day break from work from just $380.

Whichever it is, there’s something here for you.

Yes, even healthcare workers, who seem like they’ll get an even heftier discount.

Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Three distinctive wings, as well as eleven diverse restaurants and minibars, make up the famed Shangri-La Hotel Singapore.


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Enclosed by a 15-acre tropical garden on the peripheral of Orchard Road, it maintains an appropriate distance from the bustle of energetic shoppers without compromising accessibility.

Current Offer

The hotel now endorses several staycation packages, starting from a nightly average of S$345.

Pamper yourself with the Valley Wing Indulgence’s spa session, or take your loved ones on a Fun Family Playcation.

InterContinental Singapore

InterContinental Singapore is no stranger to awards.

They have similarly bagged the Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards 201 among other acclaims before.


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Current Offer

The hotel is currently giving up to 50% off on rooms, which averages at S$399 per night. On top of that, there will be a complimentary breakfast for two.

Plan a staycation anytime from now till Mar 31, 2021 – no deposit required and free cancellation up to one day before the stay.

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One Farrer Hotel & Spa

One Farrer Hotel is a five-star retreat in the heritage districts of Little India.

Three hotels form the grand structure: Urban Hotel, Loft Apartments and Skyline Hotel & Sky Villas. In total, they accommodate 249 chic contemporary lodgings.

Image: One Farrer

A 140-seater restaurant operates around the clock to take care of your cravings at any hour.


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But, should the bed be so comfortable it becomes a crime to leave, simply order from the 24-hour virtual restaurant, The Owen Road Diner.

A night’s stay averages at S$298.

Current Offer

However, if you book between now and 31 Oct 2020, you can enjoy a $250 Nett package for a 2D1N stay at their Skyline Room with breakfast and 4 light meals for two.

You can choose to have your stay between now and 28 Feb 2021, plenty of time to plan your day-offs.

You can check out the package here.


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