If it's time for a weekend getaway from Hong Kong, then these hotels in Singapore will ensure your stay is a great one
Alongside some of the best restaurants in the world, great hiking trails and endless shopping destinations, Hong Kong always has loads of events going on to keep you entertained. However, if you are looking for the perfect weekend getaway, then look no further than Singapore. Luckily, the team over at our sister site has put together this handy hotel guide so that your time away is as fantastic as possible; all you need to do now is book your flights!
Monochromatic luxe fashion: Naumi Hotel
Despite its central location, Naumi Hotel isn’t your run-of-the-mill business hotel with cookie-cutter layouts and decor. Its five room categories – spread across 73 rooms – are uniquely themed, with plush fittings and luxe designs. Fashion mavens are bound to have a soft spot for the Gabrielle and Camellia rooms – inspired by Coco Chanel, the rooms are decked out in a monochrome colour palette and feature artworks of the designer’s favourite elegantly-shaped flower.
Naumi Hotel, 41 Seah Street, Singapore 188396. Price starts from $350SGD
Blast from the past: Warehouse Hotel
New to the game, Warehouse Hotel has been on everyone’s lips for a while now. Formerly an iconic warehouse from 1895, the meticulously restored property boasts a sleek, modern design and rooms with double-high ceilings, peaked roofs and authentic industrial details. Its hipster-friendly fixtures – think hanging light bulbs and vintage wheels, as well as its old-fashioned shutters on the windows – simply screams ‘Insta-worthy’! We couldn’t give this a miss, so we decided to see if it was all worth the hype. Read our review here.
Warehouse Hotel, 320 Havelock Road, Singapore 169628. Prices start from $240SGD
Eccentric pads: Wanderlust Hotel
As one of the pioneering, cutting-edge boutique hotels in Singapore, Wanderlust’s earned its stripes among alternative experience-seeking travellers. Proudly madcap and unconventional, the hotel boasts four floors with different themes like ‘Industrial Glam’ and ‘Is it just Black and White?’. Our personal fave lies within the top floor; nicknamed Creature Comforts, it houses nine loft rooms with five themes featuring giant typewriters, floor-to-ceiling rockets and surreal treehouses. But for something more comfy and less kitschy, check into the paper-inspired Mono rooms on level three, which has interactive lighting systems for you to ‘paint’ your room.
Wanderlust Hotel, 2 Dickson Road, Singapore 209494, p. 6396 3322. Price starts from $189SGD
Parisian swank factor: hôtel vagabond
For starters, each of the 41 rooms is a super swish, boudoir-chic haven of tranquility. It’s the only hotel in Singapore with a resident artist, and every space is filled with a treat for the eyes. Regular pop up events – like macaron-making and crinoline classes by French designer Mireille Minier – are also held here. And if you’re on an all-girl staycay, the Lady Boss High Tea is complimentary every day – yup, you read that right, tea and scones for free, on the daily. Bonus!
hôtel vagabond, 39 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore, 207630, p. 6291 6677. Price starts from $261SGD
Unapologetically boudoir-esque: The Scarlet Singapore
Sensual, intimate and dripping with opulence, The Scarlet Singapore is decorated in arresting hues, precious stones, and lavish decor (we’re talking leopard print, patent leather and python). Swing by the rooftop for refreshing cocktails and nibbles, before descending to your designated love nest with your significant other. Our favourite room by far is the Passion Suite that features a $10,000 bespoke wall and a private outdoor Jacuzzi terrace – great for a blowout staycay.
The Scarlet Hotel, 33 Erskine Road, 069333, p. 6511 3333. Price: from $190.50SGD
Cutting-edge premises: M Social
Comfort is king at this hip hotel; its chic interiors are the brainchild of renowned designer Philippe Stark. You might never leave your room, as each is a calming enclave of warm colours, and lush textures of plush pashmina throws and soft carpeting. In line with its millennial theme, the hotel offers a good mix of communal spaces for mingling, and high-tech amenities like self check-in kiosks. No need to suffer through the night in your heels for fab cocktails; simply head down to the hotel’s in-house bar, where expert mixologists can easily shake up an artisanal one for you as you chat up other young globe-trotters. Here’s our review of M Social.
M Social, 90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238259, p. 6206 1888.Price starts from $210SGD
Eye-popping luxe designs: W Singapore — Sentosa Cove
W Hotel takes the cake for creating the best party mood. Take a dip in the glamorous WET pool that’s equipped with 24 underwater speakers blasting house beats; and at nightfall, enjoy a tipple as their nightly resident DJ spins a sleek mix at the lounge. If you have major dough to spare, party like a rock star and splurge on W’s Extreme WOW suite – furnished with a dining room for six, Jacuzzi bathtub, private plunge pool and more, this is every A-lister’s need. Check out the full review of W Singapore – Sentosa Cove.
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374, p. 6808 7288. Price starts from $383SGD
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