8 Hotels With Bathtubs In Singapore And Halal Food Nearby (From $155!)


Faruq Senin •  Sep 16, 2021

[Updated 22 Feb 2022]

The year-end holiday season is fast approaching and many of you might be clearing leave and looking to unwind with a hotel staycation in Singapore. One thing that we absolutely look forward to while on staycation is finding a hotel with bathtub! Nothing beats having a relaxing soak in the bathtub and letting all your worries go away temporarily ? We've rounded up these 8 hotels with bathtubs in Singapore which are near halal food! Some of these hotels even serve halal breakfast so you won't need to leave your hotel for a quick meal.

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Hotels with bathtub in Singapore near halal food

1. Grand Hyatt Singapore

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Located in the Orchard Road area, Grand Hyatt Singapore's rooms have a lavish bathtub in the bathroom which is also adorned with marble tiles. What's more, the hotel's rooms are also super spacious - perfect for families with young children. Plus, you can choose a staycation package that includes complimentary daily breakfast (for 2 Adults) served at the halal-certified Straits Kitchen restaurant.

Halal status of restaurants: Only StraitsKitchen is halal-certified

Rate: from $200 per night

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P.S. Check out our halal food guide to Orchard for halal options in the area.


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The refurbished PARKROYAL COLLECTION has a concept of a garden-in-a-hotel, which is the first of its kind in Singapore! The hotel lobby has plenty of greenery for your nature-themed staycay. Located in the heart of Marina Bay,  some rooms have views of Singapore's stunning skyline. Most of the hotel's rooms have a bathtub but if you're booking the Urban rooms, do note that only selected rooms have bathtubs. If you're looking for halal food nearby, simply head down to the halal-certified Peppermint Restaurantfor a spread of international food options, from Western to Chinese and more.

Halal status of restaurants: Only Peppermint is halal-certified

Rate:from $241 per night

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P.S. Check out our halal food guide to Marina Bay for more halal food options in the area.

3. Village Hotel Bugis

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Conveniently located in Bugis and near the hip Kampong Glam district, Village Hotel Bugis is perfect if you can't get enough of hipster cafes or vibrant street art around the area. The rooms are spacious enough for toddlers to run around and there are kids-themed rooms too! However, do note that only their Superior Rooms have bathtubs. The best part? There are two halal restaurants at the hotel's premises. Enjoy breakfast and other meals at The Landmark or have high tea at Royal Palm Meat & Dine. If that's not enough for you, there are plenty of halal options at the nearby Arab Street and Kampong Gelam too.

Halal status of restaurants: Both The Landmark and Royal Palm Meat & Dine are Muslim-owned

Rate:From $198 per night

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4. Fairmont Singapore

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If you'd like a staycation with a stunning view of the Singapore skyline, Fairmont Singapore will be perfect for you! While the buffet breakfast might not be halal-certified, the hotel has a halal-certified breakfast menu for in-room dining. Not to mention that while on staycation, you can also head over to the halal-certified Asian Market Cafe for a scrumptious meal. All of Fairmont's rooms have a bathtub except for the Signature Gold King Suite, Signature King Salon Suite and Fairmont King Room.

Halal status of restaurants: Only Asian Market Cafe is halal-certified. You can also request for halal-certified breakfast for in-room dining.

Rate:From $216 per night

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5. Andaz Singapore

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Conveniently located in the heart of Bugis and with stylishly furnished rooms, Andaz Singapore has been a popular spot for staycations recently. Their floor-to-ceiling windows bring in natural light and offer amazing views of Singapore's skyline. For hotel rooms with a bathtub, check out their luxurious Studio Suite King, Large Suite or Presidential Suite and enjoy amazing views. Although there are no halal restaurants on-site, being in Bugis means that there are plenty of halal eateries nearby - from Bugis Junction to Kampong Gelam!

Rate:from $472 (for rooms with bathtub)

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6. Oasia Resort Sentosa

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Oasia Resort Sentosa just opened its doors in May this year, which makes it the newest hotel in Sentosa. This little spot is perfect if you're looking forward to a staycation on the island to get away from the bustling city. All of their rooms except the Premier Room come with a gorgeous bathtub. And if you're celebrating a special occasion, live it up in their Spa Suite or Deluxe Suite where you'll get to enjoy your own private pool! Although the hotel doesn't have halal restaurants, it's a short walking distance from Resorts World Sentosa and Beach Station where you'd find most of the halal restaurants in Sentosa.

Price:from $352 per night


7. The Fullerton Hotel

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If one night isn't enough for you, why not make it a 2-night staycation? The Fullerton lets you enjoy a complimentary second night's stay all the way till 30 December 2021! Choose from selected rooms including the Premier Courtyard Room, Heritage Room and the Premier Collyer Suite! ? You can also enjoy discounts on spa and dining. Though the Fullerton doesn't have any halal restaurants on-site, you can head over to 1819 halal restaurant at Boat Quay, Fu-Men Japanese Udon & Donburi or Lau Pa Sat for satay. Check out our halal food guide to the Civic District too.

Rate:from $309

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8. Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

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Looking for an affordable staycation away from the bustling city? Head over to Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy! Located in Marine Parade, one of its rooms, the Deluxe King Ocean View, has partial views of the sea. What's even better is that all of the hotel's rooms come with a bathtub and their rates are affordable too. For halal food nearby, head over to Parkway Parade for a wealth of halal food options. Or you can refer to our Muslim-friendly guide to Katong and Joo Chiat. If that's not enough, take a short bus ride or walk over to the Geylang Serai neighbourhood for halal options.

Rate:from $155 per night

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Whether you're looking for a hotel with a luxurious bathtub or planning an affordable staycay, bookmark these 8 hotels to your list! With halal food options nearby, you can have a relaxing staycation with loved ones. Do check out our other guides on staycations in Singapore: