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Staycation Ideas in Singapore: 5 New Hotels to Visit for a Mini Break

Swimming area (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)
Swimming area at the Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore resort
By Cheryl Lai-Lim
By Cheryl Lai-Lim
March 18, 2021
Grab a brief respite from work at these new and upcoming hotels for your next staycation in 2021

While it looks like there might be hope for international leisure travel in the latter half of 2021, a staycation is still the quick alternative for now, if you’re looking for a relaxing break from work. Luckily, there’s been an array of new and refurbished hotels in Singapore.

Whether you’re a party of one, two, or looking to have family time with your little ones, there’s a hotel for you.

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Lobby Area (Image: The Clan Hotel)
Lobby Area (Image: The Clan Hotel)

1/5 The Clan Hotel Singapore

Situated at an intersection between culture and commerce, this newly-launched hotel located in the heritage-filled Telok Ayer district aims to offer a modern cultural experience. The 324-room luxury hotel obtained its namesake from the historic clan associations located along Amoy Street.

The Grand Premier Room (Image: The Clan Hotel)
The Grand Premier Room (Image: The Clan Hotel)

Rich with culture and personality, the hotel is both stylish and charming with its thoughtful cues to its neighbourhood. Heritage details and cultural artifacts can be found throughout, ranging from Chinese tea sets in the lobby to contemporary oriental lamps in individual rooms. These are curated and contributed by The Clan Collective, a group consisting of local craftsmen as well as cultural curators.

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The Atrium (Image: Parkroyal Collection)

2/5 Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay

Previously known as Marina Mandarin, the latest staycation spot in town has rebranded itself as Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay under the Pan Pacific Hotels Group. The hotel re-opened its doors in December 2020, while the final phase of works is expected to be completed by May 2021.

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The new concept introduces a biophilic theme that embraces nature, designed by FDAT Architects. With 575 guestrooms across 21 storeys, the eco-friendly hotel showcases lush greenery in abundance. Once fully completed, the prolific destination will feature a sky-bridge for an enchanting treetop experience, as well as a jungle-like exuberant indoor garden with illuminated sculptural pavilions. You can also utilise your $100 SingapoRediscover vouchers here, before they expire in June.     

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Swimming area (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)
Swimming area (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)

3/5 Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore

Fancy a restorative staycation? Escape to the latest luxury wellness resort on our island for some well-deserved pampering. Located on the grounds of the Laguna National Golf & Resort Club, Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore recently opened its five-star doors with a plethora of recreational amenities.

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The Deluxe Laguna Pool View (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)
Deluxe Laguna Pool View room (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)
Dusit Executive Club room (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)
Dusit Executive Club room (Image: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore)

The hotel’s luxurious compound holds 198 stylish rooms and suites. Each room is a serene sanctuary, with refined motifs and carpet prints serving as subtle references to the resort’s Thai heritage. The bigger suites feature outdoor bathtubs for invigorating soaks and terraces with panoramic views.

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The shophouse exterior (Image: Duxton Reserve Singapore)
The shophouse exterior (Image: Duxton Reserve Singapore)

4/5 Duxton Reserve Singapore

Formerly known as the Six Senses Duxton and Six Senses Maxwell, these two sister properties ceased operations during the circuit breaker period. The two hotels have been recently rebranded as The Maxwell Reserve, under Marriott’s Autograph Collection range.

The reception area (Image: Duxton Reserve Singapore)
The reception area (Image: Duxton Reserve Singapore)

Occupying eight restored 19th-century shophouses, the hotel has retained its glamorous interiors designed by Anouska Hempel and Jacques Garcia.

Guests can expect east-meets-west features within the 49 guest rooms and suites. Housed within historic buildings, each room has been uniquely designed; no two rooms cut from the same cloth. SingapoRediscover vouchers are also accepted here, so make sure to put them to good use.

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The private jacuzzi in the Suite room (Image: Oasia Resort Sentosa)
The private jacuzzi area in the Suite room (Image: Oasia Resort Sentosa)

5/5 Oasia Resort Sentosa

Come May 2021, Oasia Resort Sentosa will become the latest slice of paradise on Sentosa island. Managed by Far East Hospitality, the soon-to-open new luxury beach destination takes over the site of the former Le Meridien Hotel and Spa at the heart of the island.  

The idyllic resort will feature 191 suites and rooms designed with earthy and calming tones. Neutral hues and natural wood finishing in each room project the wellness destination’s relaxing atmosphere. For those looking for the utmost relaxing staycation break, check out the hotel’s Spa Suite; wash your stress away with the soothing warm waters of a secluded outdoor onsen, or sleep your worries away in a plush large king-sized bed.


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