You’re in Singapore and have bought your special someone a day at the spa, taken them to afternoon tea and reserved a table at a top restaurant. But if all that still isn’t enough, check in to one of these boutique hotels – each stands out for the spectacular rooms, amenities and services. 5 ways to maximise your time at Tokyo Skytree’s restaurants, hotel and shopping centre 1. Ann Siang House The hotel offers cultural workshops and guided tours tailored to Singapore’s cultural calendar. Otherwise, ask the front desk for a selection of “house picks” to help plan daytime excursions or after-dark parties. The 20-key establishment is also gourmet-focused, with a rotating line-up of pop-up kitchens. Ann Siang House, 28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708 , +65 6202 9377 2. Hotel G The rooms here are comparatively smaller; that said, the hotel makes the list with its attention to detail and service. There’s whimsical wallpaper behind the reception, where a simple name-card drop settles your check-in. The playful theme continues through the corridors and into your room, where you may find a colourful dream-catcher hanging over your bed. Visit the retro-themed gym even if you don’t feel like working out because some pretty Instagram shots await. Hotel G, 200 Middle Road, Singapore 188980, +65 6809 7988 3. Hotel Vagabond Entrepreneur and avid polo player Satinder Garcha donned his hotelier hat in September 2018 with the launched of the much-anticipated Hotel Vagabond, the first of four from the Garcha Hotels Collection. The first luxury boutique hotel in Singapore with an artist in residence programme, it is located in the colourful historic neighbourhood of Kampong Glam. The 41-room property retains its original charm with its art deco facade, veranda and red shutters. Hotel Vagabond, 39 Syed Alwi Road, Singapore 207630 , +65 6291 6677 Enjoy Art Basel for free: public art to see in Hong Kong 4. Lloyd’s Inn True to its name, the 34-key, cottage-like boutique is a minimalist’s dream, with bleached walls and achromatic furniture. With clean architecture and austere decor that nods to nature, Lloyd’s Inn is the perfect place for a digital detox. Every room comes with an outdoor bath or shower, or both, adding to the oasis vibe. Cleansed and need something to do? While the compound is void of bars or restaurants, shopping haven Orchard Road is just around the corner. Lloyd’s Inn, 2 Lloyd Rd, Singapore 239091, +65 6737 7309 5. M Social Upon check-in at the self-service stations (that come with passport scanners), Aura the robot will usher you to your room, and speeds over whenever you need a towel or more bottles of water. In the mornings, he’ll be there to guide you to breakfast, where a chef – also a robot – will cook your eggs, scrambled or sunny side-up. Another highlight of M Social is its avant-garde loft-style rooms, given a visionary touch by renowned French designer Philippe Starck. The rooms also come with a smartphone with unlimited calls and data, along with a city guide. M Social, 90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238879, +65 6206 1888 We check in to the Rosewood Hong Kong, for harbourfront luxury 6. Naumi Hotel Singapore Decked in steel origami decor and an urban plant art installation, the corridors feature moving artwork and messages that welcome you to an expressive world: the hotel is home to an international art collection, featuring commissioned artworks such as Jonathan Adler’s hippo installations. However, the biggest draws are the two suites: The Eden and Nirwana, a colourful and funky Andy Warhol-inspired set of rooms; and the Gabrielle & Camellia suite, decked in monochrome, inspired by none other than style icon and avid art collector Coco Chanel. Museums and galleries are just a stone’s throw away. Naumi Hotel Singapore, 41 Seah Street, Singapore 188396, +65 6403 6000 7. Six Senses Duxton Although a far cry from the brand’s beachfront resorts, guests will still find this makes for a healing visit. Soundproof windows provide a peaceful stay, and yoga sessions are conducted in-house. There’s even an on-site Chinese medicine (TCM) physician and dispensary. Yellow Pot, the hotel’s only restaurant, offers contemporary Chinese cuisine and doubles as bar. Six Senses Duxton, 83 Duxton Road, Singapore 089540, +65 6914 1428 8. Six Senses Maxwell A five-minute walk from Six Senses Duxton, this 138-room hotel occupies a colonial-style, 19th-century heritage building that received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award. The restoration of the building was led by Parisian architect and designer Jacques Garcia, whose artistic portfolio spans properties such as Hotel Costes Paris, The NoMad New York City and L’oscar London. Six Senses Maxwell, 2 Cook Street, Singapore 078857, +65 6914 1400 7 great luxury hotels in Chinese city of Chengdu 9. Quincy Hotel Having trouble getting your partner or best friend out during weekends? Propose a staycay at the Quincy Hotel. After depleting the complimentary mini bar, indulge in all-day refreshments and evening cocktails. Fancy a movie? The hotel screens films poolside every Saturday night. Wake up the following morning to a buffet breakfast for two, but leave some room for the cookies which you baked during the cooking class you took earlier. Quincy Hotel, 22 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228517, +65 6881 5888 10. The Scarlet Singapore Stand-out maroon windows, hot pink corridors and flaming red carpets will set ablaze the passion of any couple walking through the doors of The Scarlet in Singapore’s Chinatown. A veteran on the luxury boutique scene, the hotel remains chic and playful with its jewellery-inspired palette. All the rooms are sensual and cosy, but we recommend getting the Passion Suite for a special occasion. The Scarlet Singapore, 33 Erskine Road, Chinatown, Singapore 069333, +65 6511 3333 We review the Capella Sanya, a new beachfront hotel to savour 11. The Warehouse Hotel Located on the banks of the Singapore River on Robertson Quay, The Warehouse Hotel used to be, well, a warehouse for spices, and even housed a distillery at one point. The 37 rooms and suites each sports its own character, but we recommend the open-concept River View Suite that sits on the second floor, meaning you’ll have privacy, unlike those on the first floor that open to the public walkway. The Warehouse Hotel, 320 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay, Singapore 169628, +65 6828 0000 Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter This article originally appeared on Robb Report Singapore .