Start planning your year-end staycations at Nostalgia Hotel, Hotel NuVe Elements and many more.
The holiday season is finally around the corner and we’re soon going to get some money to spend on recreation!
From Dec 1 to Jun 30, 2021, Singaporeans 18 years old and above will get $100 in SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, which can be used at attractions and hotel stays, among others.
The Singapore Tourism Board has just released a list of 171 hotels where the vouchers can be used, so here is our pick of five hotels for a memorable staycation.
Located in the heart of Orchard Rd, YOTEL Orchard was the first YOTEL hotel to open in Asia.
Offering 610 “cabins”, as their rooms are called, and being in the heart of the shopping district, this relatively new four-star hotel offers you a place to unwind without the hefty price tag.
The cabins provide you with everything you need from a typical hotel room, but in a more compact and modern environment.
What’s there not to love when the hotel gives you the perfect view of the city!
For more information, visit here.
Take a step back in time with Nostalgia Hotel as you enter rooms which are stylishly furnished to reflect Singapore’s colonial heritage.
The hotel’s charm doesn’t stop at his colonial vibe. If you like surprises, you can try the mystery room promotion, which means that you wouldn’t know how your accommodation is going to look like until you’ve checked in.
Don’t worry, the room will still be furnished and decorated with quality facilities.
There is also a restaurant in the hotel which serves Tapas, small Spanish dishes and beer to go with it.
Head to the Nostalgia Hotel website for more information.
This hotel, with its Chinese Baroque architecture, aims to conserve East Coast’s rich Peranakan heritage.
It is surrounded by colorful and traditional shophouses that were occupied by Peranakan families and tradespeople in the 1920s and 1930s. This is a nice location if you plan to immerse yourself in the eclectic culture in the East.
With a new Katong Joo Chiat art and heritage trail in the hotel’s vicinity, this is a hotel stay which you won’t soon forget.
For further details, visit the hotel website.
If you want a quiet place nestled in greenery, this 34 room boutique hotel is just the place for you.
This hotel really brings to mind that Singapore is a Garden City as you admire the scenery from your hotel room window. The unique raw finish of the building adds a monochromatic grey backdrop that juxtaposes with the greenery.
The cozy and intimate environment of the hotel would be perfect for a retreat after the hectic year we’ve all had. Since it’s located in town, food and other necessities would still be easily accessible.
More information on Lloyd’s Inn available here.
Rounding off this list is a hotel which was only opened in Dec 2019.
Located in Clarke Quay and complete with a roof terrace and jacuzzi, this hotel allows you to enjoy the hustle and bustle of the area in style, as you sip a Nespresso coffee from your complimentary in-room minibar.
This was previously a seven storey heritage building that had been transformed into a modern and serene hotel. What’s interesting is that the rooms on each floor represent a different theme, so that is something you can look forward to!
More details can be found here.
Additional reporting by Ardini Insyirah
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