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Staycay in style: 10 hotels to up your weekend game

One of the best things about life in Singapore is undoubtedly its very handy location: we’re lucky to have the likes of Bali, Thailand, Australia, and Vietnam right on our very own doorstep. But sometimes we want all of the holiday vibes, minus the hassle of actually travelling. Thankfully the balmy climes of Singapore make it the ideal place to stay put. Next time you’ve got no plans for the weekend why not play tourist, book a hotel, and explore a new part of town instead?

And while you’re at it, don’t forget to make the most of Singapore’s attractions. Check out handy website Klook, the travel itinerary gurus, for what-to-do inspo and extra discounts on tickets at some of our island’s top attractions. If you book through Fuzzie you’ll make even further savings through instant cashback. You can spend that extra cash you’ve saved staying at one of these unique hotels instead!


Canalside cool: Warehouse hotel

This is one seriously cool addition to the Singaporean hotel scene. Originally built in 1895, it’s been beautifully restored with a super slick interior featuring nods to its unique heritage. We love the rooftop pool, the awesome Rob-Quay riverside location, and the crackin’ cocktails whipped up in the swish bar. It’s the perfect spot for a chilled weekend with a side of hipster-vibes.

Hedonistic nights: Hotel Vagabond

In terms of swank-factor, Hotel Vagabond is up there with the best of them. Each room is individually designed, the check-in desk is a ginormous solid brass rhino (because why not?), and the in-house bar is an over-the-top explosion of red and gold. Sitting snugly between Little India and Kampong Glam, the awesome neighbourhood provides ample entertainment by night. For a weekend of excess, Hotel Vagabond is your place.


Green escape: Villa Samadhi

To truly escape urban Singapore, Villa Samadhi, nestled amongst the verdant greenery of Labrador Park is a unique, jungly escape. For those who need to switch off from the chaos of everyday life, the rustic charm of this converted colonial black and white house is the break you’ve been looking for. You won’t find a pool, spa, gym, or tennis court in sight; time to turn off the wifi, ditch your phone, and just ‘be’. Can you say relax?


Minimalist chic: Hotel Mono

The black and white feels of this boutique hotel speak to our inner minimalist; think clean lines and sleek decor wrapped in a charming shophouse exterior. Taking up prime real estate in the heart of Chinatown, you’ll want to explore the bustling bars, restaurants, and cafes that fill the streets before retreating to your monochrome sanctuary.

Tranquil vibes: Capella

As you cruise up the driveway to what is arguably the finest hotel on Sentosa island, you’ll feel the weight lifting from your shoulders and exhaling that breath you didn’t realise you were holding. After a few hours here you’ll forget you’re anywhere near the hustly-bustly city. Relax, unwind, and soak up the zen vibes; it’s the ideal staycay if you’re feeling frazzled.


Culture feels: Hotel Indigo, Katong

Go east for a fix of old school Peranakan culture; you’d be hard pressed to find a better location to explore the surrounding Joo Chiat neighbourhood. Geography aside, Hotel Indigo boasts spacious rooms, muraled walls, and modern decor. If you want to immerse yourself in Singapore’s unique heritage, this is the place to visit.

Wallet-friendly weekend: Naumi Liora

In need of a break that won’t break the bank? We say this little gem on Keong Saik Road is a winner. Housed in a row of quaint bright orange shophouses, we love the authentic charm of this cosy hotel. Oh, and did we mention it’s a total bargain?


All out luxe: Fullerton Bay Hotel

Get your chic on with a luxurious stay at this divine hotel overlooking Marina Bay. We can’t think of a better way to spend a weekend than reclining next to the stunning rooftop pool, cocktail in hand. When you’re done relaxing, don’t forget to check out the spa and indulge in an afternoon tea. So beautiful you won’t want to leave.

Hipster cool: M Social Singapore

An interior designed by guru of design, Philippe Starck, dreamy loft-style rooms, and an uber-cool restaurant and bar, are just a few reasons why we wish we could move in permanently to M Hotel. The quiet, riverside location is the cherry on top for what is bound to be a stylish weekend getaway.


Spa time: Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

Fancy spa? Check. Stunning location? Check. Swish decor? Check. Indulge and recharge at this seriously-swish Sentosa hotel which ticks all of our staycation boxes. The Monday to Friday rat race will feel like a distant memory the moment you check-in.

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Sally Shoult

Sally Shoult

Sally is our resident wordsmith. When not writing for Fuzzie, she can be found eating and drinking her way around Singapore or plotting her next travel adventure abroad.

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