The Wales international has been touted as a possible departure from White Hart Lane this summer following a prolific season, which has resulted in him being named the PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.
"Well, I do actually," Hoddle told Absolute Radio. "I say that because I think the lad would want to stay. He's just had a baby, I don't see him moving abroad at this moment in time.
"If I were advising him, I would say, stay for another season. I went abroad myself and it's not as easy to settle off the pitch and it's about settling off the pitch to perform on it and I just got a gut feeling that he would want to stay at least another year."
Bale has been linked with a £55m part-exchange deal to Manchester United.