16 boutique hotels from $72/night for a 2pax mid-year retreat

by Natalie Lim

We don’t know about you, but us Work From Home (WFH) peeps are on the verge of pulling our hair out. Our homes are supposed to be conducive environments, but staring at the four walls 24/7 somehow triggers procrastination and unproductivity. 

For those that have not taken a break from work, this is the perfect time to whisk yourself and a loved one away for a staycation. The change of environment will do you some good and it’ll provide some decompression time for the overworked souls — here’s a list of 16 beautiful boutique hotels to get you started.

Llyod’s Inn

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Away from the hustle and bustle of the city is Llyod’s Inn, a hidden enclave that transports you to Bali. Nestled in a tranquil area just five minutes away from Somerset MRT, this boutique hotel features a minimalistic architectural design with a resort-like environment.

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Imagine waking up in a forest treehouse. That’s the feeling you’ll get over here. With wood accents and a clear windowpane, each room is engulfed by the majestic scenery that the hotel has to offer. 

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Each room comes with a semi-outdoor rain shower, so you can complete your experience of being in touch with nature.

Priced from S$220/night, that works out to S$110 per pax — an affordable investment for beautiful scenery and a peace of mind.

 Book your staycation here.

Heritage Collection

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Loft and studio apartments provide a cosy and intimate space that luxury hotels cannot recreate. However, they’re usually pricey due to design. At Heritage Collection, there’s no need to break the bank for a lofty couple’s getaway

Heritage Collection holds three hotels at Chinatown, Seah Street and Clarke Quay — all conveniently located within the Central Business District and are walking distance from MRT stations.

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The Studio Premium rooms (S$90/night) are aesthetic as it is, but we recommending going for the Premium Lofts (S$100/night). The S$10 upgrade comes with a fully fitted kitchenette for cooking, and an upper loft bedroom for extra privacy. 

All rooms come with complimentary WiFi, an Apple TV and a work desk.

Book your staycation here.

Hotel YAN

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Hotel YAN is an industrial-chic boutique hotel that’ll give you a good run for your money. Furbished with rustic black metal accents, natural materials and warm lighting, this boutique hotel provides a relaxing atmosphere with character.

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For couples, the most basic Premium Double (S$162/night) comes with a balcony view of the city, a complimentary mini-bar of cold drinks and snacks, an LED TV and other toiletries.

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But for something truly fit for a king, opt for their Luxury Suite (S$263/night) instead. The 300 square feet space comes fully equipped with a living room area, and a bathroom with a shower and luxurious bathtub.

Book your staycation here.

Park 22 Hotel Little India

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Here’s a good SingapoRediscover Voucher-eligible staycation find. A stone throw away from Little India MRT station, Park 22 Hotel Little India is a French colonial-themed hotel that’s perfect for hipsters.

The Observatory room is decked with french colonial windows and features a minimalistic colour scheme of grey and white, great for the people with an eye for aesthetics.

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The place is situated near Mustafa Centre and Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant, so you can either make a grocery run for a stay-in night of Netflix n’ Chill or, grab supper for utmost indulgence.

Priced at just S$72/night, this may be the most affordable one on our list.

Book your staycation here.

M social 



If you’ve seen countless pictures of birthday parties and celebrations held at M Social, that’s because the place is worth the hype. The lifestyle hotel boasts a chic interior with lush carpeting, giving the place an opulent comfort.

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The Loft Premier Queen (S$234/night) is a 237 square feet loft pod with a grand king-size bed, and you’ll be waking up to a view of the city. But if your budget allows, opt for the Loft Terrace Room (S$333/night) instead. With an outdoor garden, deluxe sofas and tall glass panes, the place gives off Crazy Rich Asian vibes.

Plus, the boutique hotel also has a rooftop swimming pool and an artisanal bar to complete the look.

Book your staycation here.

Wanderlust 

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Housed in a heritage 1920s Art Deco building, Wanderlust merges old-world charm with modern-day comforts. Each room is outfitted in a neutral palette, so you’ll be welcomed with a warm, relaxing ambience.

Their lobby is also a multi-functional guest lounge that sees to every detail – from charging points to cosy workstations, you’ll have everything you need to get the juices flowing.

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Their Deluxe Room starts at S$169/night, but couples can opt for the Studio Loft (S$306/night). The spacious two-storey room features a minibar and a fully-equipped kitchen, so you can whip up a romantic meal with your partner for some wine and dine.

Book your staycation here

Duxton Reserve Singapore

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We’ve probably watched enough imperial dramas to know what an emperor’s room would look like. At Duxton Reserve Singapore, it’s as if their rooms are plucked from the Story of Yan Xi Palace itself.

Eclectic and elegant, the hotel makes a bold statement with black, gold and yellow hues. No two rooms are the same, so you’ll definitely be in for an exclusive experience.

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Besides the beautiful rooms, couples can also visit the nearby Maxwell Food Centre for local fare, go cafe-hopping at Duxton Hill, or simply pop over to the hotel’s modern Chinese restaurant, Yellow Pot.

Book your staycation here.

J8 Hotel

Situated along Maude Road, J8 Hotel is conveniently within 800 m from Lavender MRT Station, City Square Mall and Arab Street. The nature-inspired boutique hotel dons beautiful scenery wallpapers, offering tranquility to its visitors.

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Rooms start at S$75/night and come with an ensuite bathroom, free WiFi access and a complimentary minibar. Opt for the Patio Double Room (S$137/night) and you’ll get a private balcony upgrade and a view of the cityscape.

Book your staycation here.

Hotel Soloha @ Chinatown

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A boutique hotel residing along Keong Saik Road, Hotel Solaha remains a hidden gem to be found by true hipsters. The urban jungle-inspired hotspot has hip mural art plastered on its walls, standing out against its neighbours with its tropical modern motifs. 

Step inside this urban playground and be greeted by the bar reception, where you’ll be served with welcome martinis.

Photo: Hotel Solaha

The 45-room hotel offers five types of accommodations, from standard rooms to loft houses. At S$266/night, the Suite with Outdoor Bathtub is a steal. The room comes fully decked with a couple bed, a courtyard view, a smart cable TV and of course, an outdoor bathtub for you to bask in the sun.

Book your staycation here

Naumi Hotel

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Naumi Hotel will make a stellar romantic getaway. Five room categories are spread across 73 of its rooms, each uniquely themed with plush fittings and luxe designs.

Their Patio Room (S$340/night) features a private porch with a daybed, perfecting for wining or winding down. Other Naumi Signatures available in-room include Apple TV, mini-fridge, a Nespresso coffee machine, premium bath amenities from SOAK and more.

Some guest rooms come with magic glass, where you can adjust privacy levels by switching the bathroom panels from transparent to opaque at the touch of a button.

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Fully furnished with a king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom, vanity and wardrobe amidst a large living space, the Eden & Nirwana Room (S$388/night) is perfect for pop art lovers and enthusiasts.

Tucked in the corner, a luxurious bathroom comes equipped with a large free-standing bathtub and soothing rain shower – the ultimate haven for your pampering needs.

Don’t forget to check out its rooftop infinity pool!

Book your staycation here.

The Warehouse Hotel

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The Warehouse Hotel is a five-star boutique hotel that’s situated at the heart of Robertson Quay. Formerly an iconic warehouse from 1895, the restored property features an urban industrial design with double high ceilings and peaked roofs.

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Priced at S$367/night, their most basic Warehouse Sanctuary (No window) boasts a chic industrial room with a see-through shower — don’t bring your friend along for this one!

The Warehouse Loft Room (S$415/night) is decked with black bars and gold rims and even has a sunroof for natural light to shine in.

Book your staycation here.

Porcelain Hotel

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Singaporeans would know that there is much to do at Chinatown. Besides the stretch of eateries and indie places available, there’s also Porcelain Hotel, a little hideaway from Singapore’s urbanscape.

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Clad in traditional Chinese porcelain, the boutique hotel holds chinoiserie patterns from the Qing and Ming dynasties with a contemporary twist. The Executive Queen Room (S$105/night) features additional space, pure white walls and wooden flooring. It also includes a flat-screen TV, minibar and a modern see-through bathroom.

Book your staycation here.

YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road

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YOTEL Singapore is a high-tech boutique hotel that’s designed to look like a futuristic aircraft. With an automated check-in/check-out process as well as autonomous robots that can make deliveries right to your room door, this is a space adventure you’ll never forget.

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The Premium Queen room (S$156/night) comes with a fully adjustable Smartbed bed, so you can eliminate neck and backaches from your Netflix marathon. Decked out in a sleek and modern purple-and-white colour motif, your cabin is a sleek space that has everything you need.

Other facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre, so you won’t be missing out on those gains.

Book your staycation here.

Hotel NuVe Urbane

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Hotel NuVe Urbane is a new and trendy boutique hotel in Singapore, located in the Lavender district. The spacious rooms feature contemporary furnishings and amenities, all designed with comfort in mind. 

The most basic room starts at an affordable S$85/night, but it does not lack in any area. You can even loan a projector from the reception desk to turn your room into a galaxy of stars.

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Go all out for the mid-year retreat and choose the Deluxe Queen Room with Pool Access. At only S$123/night, your room gets exclusive access to the swimming pool on the fifth floor, where inviting cabanas and sun loungers await you.

Book your staycation here.

Hotel Mono

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If working 24/7 has got you seeing the world in black and white, you might as well head to Hotel Mono, a boutique hotel that’ll match your sombre mood perfectly. Set in a restored, traditional heritage shophouse, everything here is monochrome — remember to take one for your IG feed.

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At S$144/night, the Small Double Room features tile and marble flooring, giving it a clean and minimalist aesthetic. Each room comes with a TV, tea/coffee maker, and basic toiletries you’ll need.

Book your staycation here.

AMOY Singapore Hotel

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One step into AMOY Singapore Hotel will remind you of a Chinese heritage museum. Located just four minutes away from Chinatown MRT, the establishment is a boutique hotel with 37 intimate rooms and state-of-the-art facilities.

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The Deluxe room (S$206/night) offer free wifi, air conditioning, a TV and a minibar. There is also a coffee machine. Featuring a shower, the private bathrooms also include a hairdryer and free toiletries. 

Book your staycation here.

Note: Prices reflected are correct at the time of writing.

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