Planning a sweet surprise for your boo this Valentine’s Day? We know. We’ve found ourselves hunting for the most affordable places for our secret rendezvous this V’Day but with options that grow aplenty, choosing one to spend our weekend at is something that we’re all still struggling with. To make things a little easier, we’ve rounded up a list of hotels for you to choose from for that romantic getaway of yours this Valentine’s Day. Pull up!
THE WAREHOUSE HOTEL
Found at the heart of the city, The Warehouse Hotel has made its name as an urban sanctuary that guests can escape to for the long weekend. Outfitted with some of the most luxurious essentials, the rooms here at The Warehouse Hotel brim with opulence, with 6 different types of rooms fitted with the silkiest sheets, custom embroidered Serta mattresses and Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth speakers. Along with facilities such as a rooftop infinity pool, look forward to a lush and soothing stay like no other.
THE WAREHOUSE HOTEL
VENUE: 320 Havelock Road Robertson Quay, Singapore 169628
PRICE: $475+ to $625+
MORE INFO: thewarehousehotel.com
HOTEL FORT CANNING
Set your hearts ablaze this February over at Hotel Fort Canning! If you’re looking for a spot to pop the question or even to celebrate V’day itself, then look no further than this.
Be whisked away on an unforgettable date night with a luxurious premium bubble bath with flower petals, while you sip on a complimentary bottle of Prosecco, followed by the hotel’s signature Aperitif Hour where couples can indulge in unlimited wines and canapés or even opt for a dip in their mineral pools to end the night with. In the morning, guests will also be treated to a breakfast buffet where they can enjoy a delectable breakfast to end their rejuvenating weekend.
A hidden gem in the heart of Keong Saik, dive in and surround yourself in Singapore’s culturally and historically rich Chinatown here at Hotel Soloha. Fusing the old and the new, this new boutique space is outfitted with neon jungle decor and vibrant art displays that boast the eccentricity of this urban jungle-themed hotel. To add on, the aesthetics of the rooms take a nod at our sunny island’s tropical climate and boasts different types of rooms for your stay — which includes the Standard, Superior, Deluxe, Loft and Suite rooms. Close to its vicinity, you can also head out for date night over to Potato Head Singapore and other local cafes, restaurants and bars found, a stone’s throw away from the hotel.
As part of their Valentine’s Day package, Hotel Soloha will be offering a box of three cupcakes, a box of chocolates and a bottle of red wine, early check-in and late check-outs for the weekend, and a party pack of adult toys and accessories to complete your promiscuous night with your partner…
THE GREAT MADRAS
Yearning for some uninterrupted alone time with your boo? Enter The Great Madras. Besides offering co-living spaces for solo travellers, The Great Madras also offers private stays for you and your partner with a variety of room options to choose from — The Good Room, The Better Room, The Deluxe Room, the Balcony Room, The Courtyard Room and The Great Suite. But more importantly, what sets this hotel apart from the rest is its overall aesthetics. If you love something that’s totally ‘Gramworthy, then this place doesn’t disappoint. With lots of photo spots around the hotel, we won’t be surprised if you spend half of your stay posting photos of your secret escapade.
THE GREAT MADRAS
VENUE: 28 Madras St, Singapore 208422
PRICE: $146+ to $318+
MORE INFO: thegreatmadras.com
Housed in a heritage townhouse along the streets of Chinatown, the Kēsa House is one of the latest contemporary boutique hotels that gives new meaning to your home-away-from-home. Perfect for a quick staycation, this tranquil and homely stay offers basic facilities such as their Kēsalounge, Kēsakitchen and Kēsaterrace for a simple, yet intimate retreat for you and your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
VENUE: 55 Keong Saik Road , Chinatown, Singapore 089158
PRICE: $176+ to $224+
MORE INFO: 8mcollective.com/kesahouse
SIX SENSES DUXTON
Hidden amongst the row of shophouses found along the Tanjong Pagar district, Six Senses Duxton was designed by London-based designer, Anouska Hempel and features bold Asian designs. These include furniture embellished with chinoiserie fittings and touches from Hempel’s personal collection which take a nod at the 18th-century legal agreement from Europe as seen on the motifs that deck the walls of the hotel. Across 8 different room categories, Six Senses Duxton now houses 49 rooms and boasts an opulent theme to its design with bold, gold and yellow accents that fill the space alongside its repetitive motifs adorned on the walls of the hotel.