Villa Samadhi Singapore

Rates per night from$168.35

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (SGD230.16), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Glammed-up garrison


Urban jungle

A monochrome delight in crisp whites and dark wood, hotel Villa Samadhi Singapore is tucked away in Labrador Nature Reserve, just a short drive from the centre’s buzzy shops, restaurants and nightlife. Savour a gentler, more serene taste of life in the Lion City: explore miles of forest trails, soak away in private plunge pools and feast on tastebud-tingling Thai cuisine in colonial-chic Tamarind Hill restaurant. 

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Need to know


20, including seven suites.


Noon. Earliest check-in, 2pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.


Double rooms from $168.35 (SG$230), excluding tax at 17.7 per cent.

More details

Rates include a Continental buffet breakfast of muesli, fresh fruit and juices, smoothies, pastries and cooked-to-order farm-fresh eggs, as well as afternoon snacks, an evening cocktail and a cognac nightcap.


You’ll find echoes of the hotel’s garrison past dotted around Labrador Nature Reserve, such as a World War II fort and impressive gun post.

At the hotel

Lounge, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, minibar, tea- and coffee-making facilities.

Our favourite rooms

All individually decorated, the rooms at Villa Samadhi Singapore echo the hotel’s genteel colonial vibe, with a pared-down monochrome palette, sleek wooden floors and imposing carved four-poster beds. Upper-floor Luxe Cribs have serene views of the gardens; sprawling (by Singapore standards) Luxe Sarang has an enormous bathroom and its own outdoor plunge pool.

Packing tips

Bring your running shoes to hit the park’s outdoor fitness stations and quiet mangrove trails.


This hotel is best for guests aged 16-and-over, but younger Smiths are welcome to tag along. Extra beds for under-16s can be added to Sarang and Luxe Sarang rooms for SG$120 a night, subject to availability.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

Find a shady spot on the terrace to birdwatch as you dine.

Dress Code

Billowing kaftans and crisp linen trousers to breeze through Singapore’s heat and humidity.

Hotel restaurant

Look for Tamarind Hill’s striking brick-red roof high among the greenery of Labrador Nature Reserve. Lovingly transformed into a polished dining space with high stools and casual low sofas, the colonial bungalow is now home to Laotian chef Pin, who earned her stripes on culinary residencies in Hua Hin, Kuala Lumpur and Brunei. Book ahead for a taste of the fruit-carving enthusiast’s authentic but innovative Thai cuisine: expect fiery papaya salad, kaffir-scented tofu and deep-fried river prawns alongside fusion dishes such as foie-gras-topped tenderloin with sweet-and-sour roasted rice.

Hotel bar

Decorated with claret drapes, expansive leather armchairs and sculptural fig-leaf trees, the Library is a refined spot for an apéritif. The cocktail menu is impressive: classic Singapore Slings and lychee martinis feature alongside inventive concoctions muddled with tamarind, cardamom or poached pineapple. The snack selection is enticing, too: try the corn-cake wontons or crispy morning glory with a roasted chilli sauce.

Last orders

Breakfast is served 7.30am–11am, lunch noon–2.30pm, dinner 7pm–10pm. Tipples are poured at the bar until 10pm.

Room service

Order from the restaurant’s menu during opening hours.


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Villa Samadhi Singapore
Labrador Villa Rd

Hidden away in Labrador Nature Reserve, Villa Samadhi Singapore is a serene hideaway on the island’s southern coast.


A 30-minute drive away, Changi Airport welcomes flights from all over the world; you’ll find plenty of reliable local taxis on arrival.


Hop on a subway at Labrador Park MRT station, a 10-minute walk from the hotel, to zoom off to Orchard Road or Marina Bay in air-conditioned comfort.


There’s no need for a hire car: Singapore’s excellent public transport is practically legendary. The hotel has free parking, should you plan to cross over to the Malaysian mainland with your own wheels.

Worth getting out of bed for

A leisurely stroll from the island’s southern coast, Villa Samadhi offers a rather sedate take on Singapore’s fast-paced, glitz-and-glam lifestyle. Home to variegated butterflies, indigenous flora and 70 species of bird, Labrador Nature Reserve is part of the Southern Ridges, a 10-kilometre stretch of connecting trails leading up to the forest canopy at nearby Telok Blangah Hill. Impeccably manicured Sentosa Island is as close as you’re likely to get to a beach in Singapore: head to Siloso for palm trees, combed sands and a scattering of bars popular for their swimming pools and inviting day-beds. A 10-minute drive away, Haw Par Villa is a kitschy theme park with a gruesome bent: wander through the colourful tableaux for a rare glimpse at Chinese folklore and mythology. Garden by the Bay’s soaring ‘supertrees’ are an eye-catching addition to the island’s skyline; climb to the top of these vertical gardens for sweeping views of the marina.

Local restaurants

Tucked away on Alexandra Road, Portico Host’s alfresco terrace is a relaxed spot for perfectly prepared comfort food. The island’s in-the-know brunchers rave about its truffle fries, a glorious mound of thin, golden chips topped with truffle salt, truffle shavings and gruyère. Book ahead at Joël Robuchon’s Sentosa outpost for a blow-out feast: the caviar-crowned tartare and Wonka-worthy dessert trolley are worth the trip alone. Street-food aficionados should hunt down Tai Hwa Pork Noodle and Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle in Chinatown, but be prepared to wait: the queues at these humble hawker stalls have snaked around the block since they were each awarded a Michelin star. 


Local cafés

End a walk along the coastline with a pit stop at Privé Cafe on Keppel Island. Book ahead for a table on the marina-facing terrace and a taste of their Brooklyn-worthy all-day breakfasts. Crackerjack is open for everything from sourdough toast breakfasts to late-night punchy cocktails; it's run by the team behind trendy 28 Hong Kong Street.

Local bars

Rooftop bars are all the rage: quirky Loof has moreish tapas, resident DJs and photogenic tipples; Potato Head Folk sprawls across four floors of a restored art deco building in Chinatown. Hole-in-the-wall Operation Dagger will have you feeling like a well-hydrated and in-the-know local in no time, and buzzy Employees Only is the SIngapore outpost of the famous fourth best bar in the world, hailing from New York City.


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The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith hotel or villa, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Villa Samadhi Singapore’s Guestbook below.

We loved

A colonial retreat close to city transport links. Hotel seemed to be used more for businessmen requiring a tranquil place to stay close to the city. Very close to the harbou, with a beautiful walk through the nature reserve.

Don’t expect

Staff to be as attentive as other Samadhi hotels.


Stayed on 1 Aug 2018

We loved

The peace and tranquility away from the city but still very close, the location within easy access of Sentosa, the ferry terminal and access to the centre of the city by cab, the afternoon tea, the restaurant and the design of the hotel.

Don’t expect

Anything lively.


Stayed on 29 Nov 2017