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Daycation Singapore Hotel Prices: M Social, Fairmont, Shangri-La and more

·13-min read

Ever since working from home became the default from May 2021, everyday has become a bit of a blur. What better way to bougie up your days with a daycation — i.e. a staycation, except without sleeping over night?

Daycations in Singapore have really taken off because of 3 things:

  • Work from home (WFH) fatigue

  • Travel cost

  • Don’t know where to go

The last bit is important because a staycation is essentially sleeping in another bed, but without added luxuries.

A daycation can be up to 75% cheaper than staying the entire night, so what’s not to love? And what if you just want the luxuries without the bed, especially when your own bed is even more comfortable? Daycations just make ¢ent$.

Here are the 10 most popular hotels for daycations in Singapore and their prices:


  1. Top 10 Daycation Hotels in Singapore

  2. M Social Daycation

  3. Fairmont Daycation

  4. Shangri-La Sentosa Daycation

  5. Andaz Daycation

  6. Mandarin Orchard Daycation

  7. Sofitel Daycation

  8. Sofitel Sentosa Daycation

  9. Studio M Daycation

  10. Hotel Mono Daycation

  11. Orchard Hotel Daycation

  12. Where to book Daycation in Singapore?

1. Top 10 Daycation Hotels in Singapore

Daycation Hotels Singapore



M Social Daycation

$90 – $140


Fairmont Daycation

$66 – $98

3 hours

Shangri-La Sentosa Daycation

Andaz Daycation

Mandarin Orchard Daycation (closed)

Sofitel Daycation



Sofitel Sentosa Daycation



Studio M Daycation

$90 – $130


Hotel Mono Daycation

$50 – $99

4-9 hours

Orchard Hotel Daycation


8 hours

2. M Social Daycation

Located along 90 Roberstson Quay, M Social hotel is best known for their loft hotel rooms – sofa, bathroom, and in-room bar downstairs, and a steep flight of stairs leading up to the bed on the mezzanine loft. The Millennium Hotels-owned hotel is popular amongst youngsters thanks to its floor to ceiling glass windows and curtains, and its picturesque and unique layout.

You don’t need to visit a third-party website to secure a daycation package with M Social. Hop over to the hotel’s own website and you’ll find Daycation packages at M Social priced from $90 to $140.

Daycation hours span from 8am to 8pm, or 9am to 5pm.

The pricier packages include set lunch for two pax, swimming pool access, and 15% discount off your food and beverage orders.

3. Fairmont Daycation

Fairmont Singapore used to offer daycation packages. However, in the thick of the F1 and tourist seasons, you won’t find available daycation slots on Fairmont’s own website and third-party booking sites alike.

Instead, you can opt for the City Wellness package ($66 or $98) which grants you access to Fairmont’s swimming pool, gm, and spa facilities for 3 hours. Time slots include:

  • 7am to 10am

  • 10am to 1pm

  • 1pm to 4pm

  • 4pm to 7pm

You’ll also get a two-course lunch if you’re visiting between 11:30am and 7pm. It’s a pretty cool way to chill out while your kids are away at school, or if you have a couple of hours to kill in town.

4. Shangri-La Sentosa Daycation

Back in the peak of Covid-19 in 2020, Shangri-La Sentosa used to offer daycations for families. The daycation package included access to children’s play areas, beach water sports, dining credits, and parking.

Prices spanned from complimentary (for toddlers), $10 (pre-schoolers), upwards to $75 per adult.

Now that tourists are back and travel is in full swing, Shangri-La Sentosa seems to have phased out their daycation packages.

5. Andaz Daycation

The modern Andaz Hotel along 5 Fraser St in Bugis used to offer daycation packages at $170 for 8 hours. You could also get similar Andaz daycation coupons from Klook. Back in the Covid-19 pandemic years, Andaz was a popular choice amongst Singaporeans for daycations since it accepted the government-issued Singapore Rediscover vouchers.

Now that travel is back in season, Andaz’s daycation packages are no longer available for booking.

6. Mandarin Orchard Daycation (Closed)

For a hotel that’s rated 5-stars and located along the upscale shopping belt of Orchard Road, Mandarin Orchard used to be a popular choice for daycation amongst Singaporeans. 

However, Mandarin Orchard shuttered for good in February 2022. Its premises was taken over by Hilton Hotel.

While it was still around, Mandarin Orchard’s daycation package was priced at $88++. Price included refreshments such as snacks, tea, and coffee. You could opt for the hotel’s famously expensive chicken rice as well.

7. Sofitel Daycation

Located right next to the Apple Orchard flagship store, Sofitel Singapore City Centre is one of the newer hotels that launched in 2017. Like most other hotels, Sofitel offered daycation packages to draw the local crowd through its door in the Covid years – and continue to offer such packages.

You’ll be able to book yourself a Sofitel daycation from $190++ per pax from 7am to 7pm. You get all the usual in-room tea, coffee, and Wi-Fi.

At $190++ per pax, this comes as one of the most expensive daycations in Singapore.

8. Sofitel Sentosa Daycation

Then, there is the idyllic and luxurious Sofitel Sentosa Resort located near Tanjong Beach Club. At $198++ per pax, you get your room, Wi-Fi, and $60 dining credits from 9:30am to 5pm.

Of course, since you’re in Sentosa, you must go for a dip in the beautiful Sofitel pool and bask in the tropics. This daycation package will grant you access to both the resort’s gym and pool.

9. Studio M Daycation

If you’ve considered M Social, you would have searched for Studio M as well. Both “M” hotels belong to the same Millennium Hotels and Resorts group, and are marketed to be trendy, appealing to the young adult crowd.

Studio M is located along Nanson Road (also in the Robertson Quay vicinity). The one thing that sets Studio M aside is their room availability – all rooms at Studio M are loft style rooms.

Daycation prices at Studio M range from $90 to $130 for:

  • 10am to 5pm

  • 12pm to 6pm

  • 8am to 8pm

You also get access to the gym and pool, in-room refreshments, and set lunch for 2 pax.

10. Hotel Mono Daycation

One of the most trendy boutique hotels around is Hotel Mono – aptly named so after its black and white monochrome design language and interiors.

The daycation (or Workcation) packages offers you your own room, spanning from a small double room to deluxe double room. You get to choose the number of hours you’d like to be there for – 4, 6, or 9 hours from Mondays to Thursdays, and Sundays only.

Prices are very friendly, spanning from $50 to $99. However, the Hotel Mono daycation seems like a no-frills package with no other inclusion. Cool if you’re just going there to do some work, chill, and takeaway food.

11. Orchard Hotel Daycation

Not to be mistaken for Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Orchard Hotel is located next to Delfi Orchard (behind Orchard Towers). You’ll find Orchard Hotel daycation packages offered both on their official hotel website and on third-party booking sites such as Day Use.

Orchard Hotel’s daycation package costs around $120 for 8 hours. You get in-room coffee and tea, pool and gym access, and parking coupon. That’s pretty much it, though. The daycation package is pretty no-frills.

Currently, Orchard Hotel doesn’t seem to have available daycation rooms for booking – likely due to the uptick in travel and Formula 1 season.

12. Where to book Daycation in Singapore?

There are several ways to book daycations — DayUse, DayAway, booking or coupon deals site like Klook, or directly from the hotel. 


Hotel booking platform DayUse sprouted in Singapore in 2021 to cater to the burgeoning daycation and staycation crowd. On its website, you will have to first choose your city/country, staycation or daycation before you get to access the choices. 


As its name suggests, DayAway is an app that solely focuses on day-use hotel deals in Singapore — either a work-from-hotel package (“WorkAway”) or a more relaxed daycation deal (“DayAway”). Currently the list of hotels on it is rather small, but it’s growing day by day. 


As one of the most popular Singapore Rediscover Voucher friendly booking sites, Klook probably needs no introduction. It lists some daycation packages — but you’ll need to do some digging as they’re buried within the hotel listing. Searching for “daycation” throws up very little results, so you’ll have to search via the hotel itself.

Thinking of using your Singapore Rediscover Vouchers on a daycation? Not so fast — while it’s generally okay to use them on hotel stays, not all daycation packages allow you to use your vouchers.

Direct via hotel

Most hotels would rather have you stay the night to make full use of their facilities, but some hotels do list daycation packages on their websites. Some, like Goodwood Park Hotel and York Hotel, offer a daycation package under the guise of a work-from-hotel package.

It’s worth comparing deals from DayAway and Klook with the hotel’s own package because usually, for the same price, hotel packages offer more or may have tie ups with credit cards

Best credit cards for daycation bookings 

Depending on which booking platform you use, your credit card strategy might be different.

We’ve found that Klook and other travel booking platforms sometimes offer special deals with certain air miles cards. So you might want to dust off that sadly underutilised miles card and charge your stay to it.

Citibank logo
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Citi PremierMiles Card

Local Spend

S$1 = 1.2 Miles

All Foreign Currency Spend including Retail and Online

S$1 = 2 Miles

Selected Online Hotel Bookings

S$1 = Up to 10 Miles

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Key Features

  • S$1 = 1.2 Citi Miles on Local spend (no min. spend)

  • S$1 = 2 Citi Miles on Foreign currency spend

  • Annual Fee Applies

  • Earn 10,000 Citi Miles upon renewal of annual membership and payment of annual fee

  • Citi Miles never expire

  • Priority Pass membership gives you access to more than 600 airport lounges twice a year

  • Priority Pass membership is on application basis and is reserved for the Principal cardmember only, limited to 2 complimentary visits per calendar year

  • Complimentary Travel Accident Insurance up to S$1,000,000 coverage, Medical Assistance Programme and Travel Inconvenience Coverage

  • With Citi PayAll, you can earn and accumulate Citi Miles, Citi ThankYou PointsSM or Cash Back quickly when you pay your big-ticket bills such as rent, insurance premiums, education expenses, taxes, utilities and more

See all card details 

DBS logo
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Earn Miles That Never Expire

DBS Altitude Visa Signature Card

Local Spend

S$1 = 1.2 Miles

Overseas Spend

S$1 = 2 Miles

Staycation bookings

S$1 = 10 Miles

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Air Miles Features

  • DBS Points and airline miles earned do not expire

  • Base earn rate: 1.2 air miles per S$1 local spend

  • Base earn rate: 2 air miles per S$1 overseas spend charged in foreign currency

  • Miles conversion rate: For every S$5 local spend, you get 3 DBS Points, which is equivalent to 6 DBS Air Miles. Therefore, S$1 local spend = 1.2 DBS Miles

  • Miles conversion rate: For every S$5 overseas spend, you get 5 DBS Points, which is equivalent to 10 DBS Air Miles. Therefore, S$1 overseas spend = 2 DBS Miles

  • Redeem and convert DBS Points to air miles via DBS Lifestyle App or DBS Credit Cards Rewards website at a S$25 (excl. GST) fee

  • Membership renewal: Get 10,000 bonus miles when you pay annual fee to renew your membership

  • Miles accelerator promotion: Opt in to get 1 extra mile for every S$1 spent, subject to 2% admin fee per retail transaction

  • Double miles promotion terms and conditions: Capped at S$600 spend. Bonus DBS Points are awarded for every S$5 spent. General exclusions such as payments for flights, hotels, insurance premiums, medical, educational, financial, and governmental institutions do not qualify for DBS Points

  • Airline miles transfer partners: SQ Krisflyer, Air Asia Big Loyalty Programme, Asia Miles, Qantas

See all card details 

If you prefer cashback, you could consider charging it to an online shopping credit card. Do note the minimum spend and cashback caps, though.

OCBC logo
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OCBC Frank Card

Cash Back on Online Spend


Cash Back Cap per month


Min. Total Spend per month


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Cash Back Features

  • 6% Cashback on in Store Mobile Contactless Payments and Foreign Currency Spending

  • Up to 6% Cashback for Mobile Payments

  • S$75 Cap Monthly with $25 per Sub Category as per TNCs

  • 2 Years Fee Waiver for Principal Card, Subsequent Years Waived with Min. Spend of S$10,000 p.a.

See all card details 

Paying at the hotel? Your best bet is to use one of these basic, no-frills cashback cards where you needn’t bother with any terms and conditions.

Citibank logo
Citibank logo

Citi Cash Back+ Mastercard®

Cash Back on Eligible Spend


Min. Spend per month


Cash Back Cap


Apply Now

More Details

Key Features

  • 1.6% cashback on your spend

  • No minimum spend required and no cap on cash back earned

  • Cash back earned does not expire

  • Redeem your cash back instantly on-the-go with Pay with Points or for cash rebate via SMS

  • With Citi PayAll, you can earn and accumulate Citi Miles, Citi ThankYou PointsSM or Cash Back quickly when you pay your big-ticket bills such as rent, insurance premiums, education expenses, taxes, utilities and more

See all card details 

Standard Chartered logo
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MoneySmart Exclusive

Standard Chartered Unlimited Cashback Credit Card

Cash Back on eligible spend

Up to 1.5%

Min. Spend per month


Cash Back Cap


MoneySmart Exclusive:

Apply and spend S$250 to get an Apple AirPods Gen 3 (worth S$269) or Nintendo Switch Lite (worth S$279) or S$250 Cash via PayNow. T&Cs apply.

Valid until 30 Sep 2022

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  • Flat 1.5% cashback rate for all eligible purchases

  • No cashback cap and no minimum spend

  • 2 year annual fee waiver

  • Up to 22.61% fuel savings at Caltex

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Daycays for vacays: yay or nay?

Who’s staycation? I don’t know her. I only know this “girl” called daycation, and she’s way more flexible than staycation could ever hope to be.

Like I said in the beginning, daycations are a way for people to get away without breaking the bank. Don’t forget to check for credit card promotions and see if you can offset the amount with your Singapore Rediscover vouchers.

Daycations are also perfect for people who find their own beds more comfortable, because sometimes hotel beds are just not cut out for a restful sleep — and waking up the next morning feels less relaxing than it’s intended to be.

Remember that if you book a daycation, always remember to compare offers via the hotels’ websites, and also check if there are any credit card promotions. A daycay away keeps the work blues away!

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