6 New Places To Stay in Singapore That Will Make Your Next Getaway Unforgettable

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Singapore could be the first travel bubble Australia opens up to, making it the perfect next getaway.

With over 270 hotels in Singapore, it is a fabulous city to indulge in for a night or for a week. Now there are some fantastic new 4 and 5 star hotels.

Singapore is a culturally diverse city that thrives in deep history, with roots in trades and commerce.

In recent years, an array of new or newly designed hotels has emerged, stretching from Singapore’s Central Business District to its famous island resort, Sentosa. 

With designs from classic, heritage-filled hotels to modern and stylish luxury accommodation, here are some amazing places to book now.


For a clash between heritage and modernity

Located in Singapore’s CBD, the Clan Hotel is in walking distance from local temples, museums, shopping and food centres.

Launched by Far East Hospitality in 2020, it is frequented by the Clan Keeper Collective, a network of Singaporean designers who merge culture, tradition and craft with modern day hospitality.

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The Clan Hotel’s Sky Pool on level 30.

Offering undeniably luxury accommodation throughout 324 rooms and suites, The Clan Hotel takes hotel room design and services to the next level. 

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This includes customised in-room products such as handmade soaps from Rough Beauty (a sustainable and handmade Singaporean bath and body brand) and expansive lookouts over the Singapore city.

Paying tribute to traditional Singapore heritage whilst mixing in modern luxe touches, it is the perfect mix between the old and the new.

Rate: approx. $304 per night.

Find out more here.


For a stay that feels like home

This bargain wonder is located in Singapore’s Little India district that was previously a schoolhouse dating back to the 1920s.

First opened in 2010, it has just undergone a makeover to give the hotel a more chic and modern feel.

Since the refurbishing of the hotel, it is now under the new management of 8M Collective who operate multiple luxury accommodations across Singapore.

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Wanderlust is designed for the modern traveller.

The interior of the hotel has been designed in a way so that each of its three levels has a different feel and theme. These range from more authentic and traditional feels, to cosy and simplistic designs for the modern traveller.

Largely designed by Singapore based architectural firm DP Architects, Asylum, Phunk Studio and sFurious are some of the designers responsible for the in-house makeovers.

Nineteen out of the twenty-nine rooms available house a kitchen to provide a homey feel for those who wish to cook themselves.

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Many of the rooms come with built-in kitchens.

For every room booked, a “Guest Experience Ambassador” is assigned. This ambassador is a local who is able to recommend places to visit, acting as a guide for optimal comfort when navigating through an unfamiliar city.

Rate: approx. $118 per night.

Find out more here.


For a safe and worry-free stay

Formally known as Urban Hotel by One Farrer, the newly branded Mint Hotel by One Farrer was redesigned in 2020 with large input from Farrer Park Hospital’s medical experts, as it is located within the hospital complex.

Offering a range of accommodation options from standard rooms to premier suites, the Mint Hotel offers calming, exclusive spaces with views of both the urban landscape and Singapore city skyline.

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The Mint Suite in Mint Hotel

Located in the Little India district of Singapore, the Mint Hotel guarantees a comfort and hygiene stay during post-COVID stays.

Incorporation of cutting-edge design choices within its rooms mitigate the transmission of disease, without affecting comfort levels.

This includes anti-microbial gapless vinyl flooring and anti-viral paint and wall coverings.

There is a light, modern and contemporary design to the rooms

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Rooms have been re-transformed to mitigate spread of disease.

There are two restaurants within the hotel. In-house dining includes steaks, burgers and cocktails at Escape or a combination of Vietnamese, Japanese and Hong Kong style dishes at Socieaty by Les Amis.   

On the top floor of the hotel, guests are given a private dining experience with exclusive set menus and deluxe, connoisseur or gourmet packages all-inclusive of a panoramic view of the Singapore skyline.

Rate: approx. $178 per night.

Find out more here.  


For a stay that is refreshing for the mind, body and soul

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The main lobby of Oasia Resort is modern and spacious.

Oasia Resort is located 15 minutes from Singapore’s CBD, and lies in the heart of Sentosa Island.

Designed by WOHA, a Singapore-based architecture practice founded in 1994, the resort was opened by the Far East Hospitality Group in 2021.

This place is perfect to cleanse and refresh the mind, body and soul.

The resort offers unlimited complimentary fitness, mindfulness activities and highly nutritious meals, making it the perfect all-rounded wellness escape.

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The wellness lounge, open to all guests.

Offering 191 rooms, this ranges from suites to premier and deluxe rooms.

These are designed using earthy and calming tones, offer on-demand wellness videos, and 100% natural amenities from Australian brand ‘Biology’.  

Rate: approx. $540 per night.

Find out more here.

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The outdoor area of Oasia Resort, Sentosa.


To immerse in the heritage of Singapore

Once a British artillery outpost dating back to 1904, The Barracks Hotel by Far East Hospitality upholds a nostalgic and authentic experience.

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The heritage-filled, yet modern designs of the Barracks Hotel.

Get in touch with the rich heritage of the once colonial building, where heritage tours are available.

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For guests in the Premier Room, a Dining Under the Stars experience is also available. This allows guests to dine from the comfort of their private patio, choosing between a fusion of Asian Polynesian or Eurasian cuisine. 

High-ceilings and private balconies add to the exclusive and luxe packages.

Alternatively, staying in the Suite rooms means access to a private jacuzzi.

Located within the hotel, SNOB by The Straits Wine Company allows guests to relax over drinks or explore the range of options and try new artisanal wines. This includes natural, organic and biodynamic wines, with whiskey and sake also available.

Rate: approx. $911 per night.

Find out more here.


For a bold and stylish stay

Built on a hilltop, The Outpost Hotel overlooks Sentosa’s coast and is ideal for a getaway.

The design of the hotel is inspired by the rich history of the island of Sentosa.

It incorporates a largely black and white interior theme with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer luxury depending which room is booked.

Opened by the Far East Hospitality Group in late 2019, its 193 rooms are full of light and contemporary architecture.

There is a choice between a sea view room, pool view room and a deluxe room that has expansive views of the island’s greenery.

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Exclusive and private rooms with breathtaking views of the coast.

In-house dining holds a large variety of unique culinary concepts. This includes a classic French cuisine at Le Faubourg, authentic Japanese dining at Hide by Hide Yamamoto, and contemporary Eurasian dining at Quentin’s Bar & Restaurant.

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The Outpost has Sentosa’s first and only rooftop day club.

Rate: approx. $418 per night.

Find out more here.

Rates of all the rooms are per night for a single guest.

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