It is without a doubt that boutique hotels are becoming increasingly popular with travellers. If you’re planning to visit Singapore, here are some boutique options for you to choose from. Prices for these hotels start at around $100 to $200+ per night, with the basic necessities such as Internet access, charging points, a bathroom and a comfortable bed all included!

1. Oasia Hotel Singapore

This boutique hotel is the perfect choice if you're looking for both a convenient location and quiet escape from the city. With various spacious and clean rooms to choose from, every traveller is catered to at Oasia Hotel. Wake up to custom-brewed coffee and a buffet breakfast at The Living Room which is open 24/7 on the 22nd floor. It also doubles as a bar, providing all your favourite cocktails.

If you want to stay on top of your exercise routine while travelling, sweat it out at the gym or go for a swim at one of the hotel’s pools. After that, relax in the jacuzzi or steam room, or cool down on the sundeck and enjoy a panoramic view of Singapore skyline's.

2. Hotel 1929

Hotel 1929 blends a historical exterior with a modern interior. The building is made up of several conservation shophouses that were built in 1929, on a culturally and historically significant street. This hotel is especially great for those interested in history, with the building being a reminder of the country’s colonial past, complete with black and white pictures of the olden-day Singapore along the hotel’s corridors. Located along the periphery of Chinatown, this hotel is also perfect for travellers looking to explore this popular tourist destination.

Dine at Restaurant Ember within the hotel and you’ll be able to feast on fusion and modern European cuisine. End your day with aesthetically-pleasing and scrumptious dishes at this cosy fine-dining establishment!

3. Studio M Hotel

A key point of Studio M Hotel is that rooms are designed as lofts, a concept brought to life by Italian style maestro and architect, Piero Lissoni.

Choose between the different types of lofts available, with various stand out features such as open-air patios which offer breathtaking views of the skyline and cosy workspaces on the mezzanine level. The variety of amenities provided by the hotel would suit any kind of traveller: For those on business trip, the private cabanas provide a unique setting for a casual meeting; for shopaholics, shuttle services by the hotel would take you to selected commercial and shopping areas.

Alternatively, if you just want to stay within the hotel and recharge, head over to the hotel’s open-air gym for a workout or swimming pool for a relaxing dip. Places like the courtyard area are great for hanging out. You can also head out to where the Singapore nightlife is at!

Being located along Robertson Quay, this hotel is also near the famed Singapore River along Clarke Quay where many of the country’s trendiest bars and clubs are at. So party it up at the clubs or chill at a quiet bar along the river.

4. Wangz Hotel

This hotel is located in a slightly unconventional location. Unlike most boutique hotels in Singapore that are in or near the city, Wangz Hotel can be found at the hipster enclave of Tiong Bahru, where you can spend your time cafe-hopping in the area. For a luxurious dining experience, head to Nectar, a restaurant located in the hotel. The revamped menu includes top-­notch mains like the classic beef stew, wagyu steak hache, and foie gras; along with tempting desserts such as chocolate fondue to wrap your meal up.

After dinner, wind down with a drink at The Rabbit Stash, where you’ll be treated to an amazing view of the skyline. Try out their international cocktails and boutique vineyard wines paired with tapas in a lush al fresco garden. Other than fantastic drinks, you can also expect live acoustic performances at The Rabbit Stash from Thursday to Saturday at night.