127 hotels now approved for staycations

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Staycation-approved hotels enter the triple digits in Singapore, but there's some chopping and changing as some hotels get removed from the list.

Update: A previous version of this article stated that Ritz-Carlton had been removed. That was the case in this morning’s PDF list. STB has since updated the list to re-include Ritz-Carlton.

The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has now approved a total of 127 hotels for staycations, or approximately a quarter of the 400+ hotels in Singapore. 

There was a fair bit of confusion this morning, as the STB first published a list with just 116 hotels on it. Among the removals were several budget hotels and the Ritz-Carlton. The list was later updated to the full complement of 127, with all the removed hotels reappearing. 

For a comprehensive list of staycation tips, deals and reviews, be sure to check out The Milelion’s Staycation Portal. I’ll be adding additional resources and reviews in the days to come. 

Which hotels are approved for staycations?

Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Mandarin Oriental Singapore

The following 127 hotels are now approved to take staycation guests:

  • Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa
  • Amber Hotel Katong
  • Amoy Hotel
  • Aqueen Hotel Jalan Besar
  • Aqueen Hotel Lavender
  • Aqueen Hotel Paya Lebar
  • Ascott Orchard Singapore
  • Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
  • Bliss Hotel Singapore
  • Capella Hotel, Singapore
  • Changi Cove
  • Champion Hotel
  • Champion Hotel City
  • Classique Hotel
  • Darlene Hotel (Geylang)
  • Fairmont Singapore
  • Four Chain View Hotel
  • Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
  • Fragrance Hotel – Classic
  • Fragrance Hotel – Lavender
  • Fragrance Hotel – Oasis
  • Fragrance Hotel – Ocean View
  • Fragrance Hotel – Rose
  • Fragrance Hotel – Viva
  • five/6 Hotel Splendour
  • Goodwood Park Hotel
  • Grand Hyatt Singapore
  • Heritage Collection on Seah
  • Hoover Hotel
  • Hotel 1887
  • Hotel 1888 Collection
  • Hotel 81 Balestier
  • Hotel 81 Changi
  • Hotel 81 Chinatown
  • Hotel 81 Dickson
  • Hotel 81 Elegance
  • Hotel 81 Hollywood
  • Hotel 81 Joy
  • Hotel 81 Kovan
  • Hotel 81 Orchid
  • Hotel 81 Osaka
  • Hotel 81 Palace
  • Hotel 81 Princess
  • Hotel 81 Sakura
  • Hotel 81 Spring
  • Hotel 81 Star
  • Hotel 81 Tristar
  • Hotel Bencoolen
  • Hotel Boss
  • Hotel Classic by Venue
  • Hotel Clover 5 Hong Kong Street
  • Hotel Clover 7 Hong Kong Street
  • Hotel Clover 769 North Bridge Road
  • Hotel Clover the Arts
  • Hotel G
  • Hotel Mono
  • Hotel NuVe
  • Hotel Royal
  • Hotel Soloha
  • Hotel YAN
  • Hup Hoe Hotel
  • ibis budget Singapore Mount Faber
  • ibis budget Singapore Pearl
  • ibis budget Singapore Sapphire
  • InterContinental Singapore
  • Jade Hotel
  • JH Hotel
  • K Hotel
  • K Hotel 12
  • K Hotel 14
  • Kim Tian Hotel
  • Kim Tian Hotel (Star)
  • Kim Tian Hotel (Han)
  • Lai Ming Hotel Cosmoland
  • Lex Hotel (Lorong 8)
  • Lloyd’s Inn
  • lyf Funan Singapore
  • M Social Hotel Singapore
  • Malacca Hotel
  • Mandarin Orchard Singapore
  • Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
  • Marina Bay Sands Singapore
  • Min Wah Hotel
  • Nostalgia Hotel
  • New Cathay Hotel (Geylang)
  • Oakwood Premier AMTD Singapore
  • Oasia Hotel Downtown
  • ONE15 Marina Club
  • One Farrer Hotel
  • Orchard Hotel Singapore
  • Orchard Rendezvous Hotel
  • Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road
  • PARKROYAL On Beach Road
  • Raffles Hotel Singapore
  • Ramada by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park
  • RedDoorz Premium @ Serangoon
  • RELC International Hotel
  • Ritz Carlton Millennia
  • RWS – Beach Villas, Ocean Suites and TreeTop Lofts
  • RWS – Crockfords Tower
  • RWS – Equarius Hotel
  • RWS – Hotel Michael
  • Rest Bugis Hotel
  • Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
  • Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
  • Sofitel Singapore City Centre
  • Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa
  • Strand Hotel
  • The Barracks Hotel Sentosa
  • The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
  • The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
  • The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
  • The Great Madras
  • The Keong Saik Hotel
  • The Quay Hotel
  • The Quay Hotel West Coast
  • The St. Regis Singapore
  • The Warehouse Hotel
  • Value Hotel Nice
  • Value Hotel Thomson
  • Venue Hotel
  • Venue Hotel The Lily
  • Village Hotel Bugis
  • W Singapore Sentosa Cove Hotel
  • YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport
  • Yotel Singapore Orchard Road

The new faces from the upscale and luxury segment include the InterContinental Singapore (the one in Bugis, not the Robertson Quay one) and Mandarin Oriental.

There’s also a host of new budget options from the Hotel 81 chain (try the Tristar!) and the oft-forgotten Fragrance Hotel. According to The Shutterwhale, all Fragrance Hotels were supposed to be rebranded into ibis Budget properties, so I’m surprised to see them still trading under the old names. 

Here’s a map showing the geographical spread of staycation-approved hotels. 

What staycation deals are on offer?

I’ve compiled a comprehensive article detailing the various staycation deals available, a list which gets updated daily as more packages come in. 

In general, you’ll get much better value by paying for staycations with cash than redeeming hotel points, although exceptions apply (e.g a program with fixed value redemptions like Accor Live Limitless). 

What will the staycation experience be like?

Expect automated check-in and a lot of contactless interactions during your staycation

The STB has published an extensive list of regulations that hotels must comply with before they can accept staycation guests.

I’ve covered the details here, but you can expect things like:

  • Staggered check-in/out timings (the Mandarin Orchard is assigning guests an arrival time slot between 2 to 5 p.m)
  • Capacity constraints on pool and gym usage (Marina Bay Sands is asking guests to pre-book time slots for the famous infinity pool)
  • Contactless delivery of room service and other amenities (YOTEL’s made a staycation package around its robots)
  • Modified club lounge happy hours (the Shangri-La has closed its club lounge and is serving complimentary snacks at the Champagne Bar instead)
  • No breakfast buffets (W Sentosa [and many more I’m sure] is doing an a la carte menu served buffet style)

Get ready for Phase 2 staycations: What to expect from Singapore hotels

Hotel rooms will be limited to a maximum of five concurrent guests, with extensive cleaning between stays and more single-use items. 

I recently completed a stay at the W Sentosa Cove, and in my review I’ve highlighted some of the things that were done differently.


We’re now firmly in the triple digit range of approved hotels, although there’s still plenty more to come. As expected, hotel deals are coming thick and fast- for a guide to the best luxury and upscale hotel deals, have a check of the links below (more guides to come)

As always, if you spot any good staycation deals be sure to ping them over to me and I’ll take a look. 

Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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Ritz Carlton is back on. List is back to the usual link too.


Saw the STB’s weblink, now expanded to 127 hotels.


Possibly due to system maintenance or page updates happening consistently, especially with the fluid situation we’re in these days.

You’re gonna be a busy bee too with all the changes of late. Things to look forward to I guess!

Last edited 1 year ago by Amos

What’s the hotel name, for the 1st picture used with the outdoor bathtub?


Hey Aaron great job with this and the recent articles. STB and the hotel association should name you an ambassador of sorts for promoting such great information and supporting the industry.

Kudos to you



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