Singapore's best hotels in 2017 for...

By , October 31, 2017

The best hotels based on the size and type of group. Families with infants, families with teens; couples that are new, couples that are long term…Of the hundreds of Singapore hotels, these are our top category picks for 2017!

Singapore’s best hotels for families

Hotels for families with infants

Holiday Inn Resort Batam

Why it’s the best: While not actually in Singapore, Batam is like a second home. Besides its kids club and playground, the Holiday Inn Resort Batam hasn’t just one, but three outdoor pools (equipped with kid’s slides)! Parents can also book a kid’s massage for their little ones while they get one themselves at the Tea Tree Spa.

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Hotels for families with teens

Swissôtel Merchant Court

Why it’s the best: Swissôtel caters to kid’s wants and needs by treating them as guests in their own right apart from the adults that accompany them. Teen’s rooms are decked out in age-appropriate video games and toys including a Nintendo Wii, teen magazines, and family board games.

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Hotels for families with grandparents

Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay

Why it’s the best: the international buffet at The Square Restaurant starts from just S$28 for those aged 55 and above. Also, right on the doorstep of the Novotel is the historical Fort Canning Park where grandparents have direct access to a wonderful walking trail full of nature.

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Singapore’s best hotels for couples

Hotels for couples that are new

Lloyd’s Inn

Why it’s the best: the minimalist Lloyd’s Inn “celebrates the raw beauty of nature”. This haven, designed for reflection, is the ideal staycation location to take your new love so that you may grow a little more together.

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Hotels for couples that are longterm

Pan Pacific Singapore

Why it’s the best: Tale as old as time…overlooking the enchanting Marina Bay, there’s no better person to experience the luxurious Pan Pacific Singapore with than your soulmate. Couples’ experiences are endless, from a 120-minute spa indulgence to the most magical wedding reception venue – with a table for two looking like that, you might get ideas to pop the question!

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Singapore’s best hotels for friends

Hotels for best friends

Capella Singapore

Why it’s the best: with only organic products used, you and your bestie will feel completely at ease in the hands of the therapists at the holistic Auriga Spa at the Capella. There’s no better way to catch up with your gal pal than in a state of total relaxation; undergoing traditional Asian therapies and enjoying the plenitude of spa facilities including a herbal steam room and vitality pool.

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Singapore’s best hotels for solo travel

Hotels for solo female travel

Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore

Why it’s the best: on a staycation, you probably want alone time to catch-up on reading and rest. How about yoga at dusk at Hotel Jen? Set the tone for your weekend retreat by channeling your energy through the positive practice and also get the chance to connect with others if you want a break from being in “solo mode”.

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Hotels for solo male travel

W Singapore Sentosa Cove

Why it’s the best: walk away a new man after experiencing the award winning Alpha Male Facial. The W hotel’s luxury AWAY Spa also hosts a weekly boot camp and strala yoga class, complimentary for guests.

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Hotels for Millennials

The Sultan

Why it’s the best: The Sultan, a charming shop house styled boutique hotel, is 10 min walk to the colourful Haji Lane. Millennials can rent bikes from the Tokyobike outlet located right on Haji Lane – the perfect area to discover on a bike.

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