Singapore is not just a place for attraction but also a place where foodies, explorers, cultural shapers, action seekers meet new experiences every day. We can say Singapore is packed with plenty of attractions to the massive number of people with their majestic places. While people visit Singapore, their focus remains on the accommodations.
Well, if you are willing to spend your good days in this country, we have bowl down some of the best hotels in Singapore. Here is a list of 10 best hotels in Singapore, you must explore and stay if you are on honeymoon, vacation, a solo trip or corporate tour.
With it's superb octagonal, pagoda roof, Singapore Marriot Tang Plaza will surely give you the luxurious time you wanted during your vacation. It has been an architectural icon since it was known as Dynasty Hotel back in 1982. Singapore Marriot has a unique location and is situated five minutes from the Orchard MRT.
The 30-story building provides a gym, swimming, a half-sized basketball court, and a Retreat spa. However, there is no tennis court. Wan Hao severs you, well-prepared Cantonese's Classics, and it is a must-try. Nearby you can find Marriot Cafe offers dim sum, noodles, ice cream, and international buffet. And of course for the evening drink don't forget to visit The Other Room, a bar that serves cocktails, smoke-finished Reserved Gin and Tonic. There are 392 rooms, and double rooms will cost you from SGD 330 (£186) in the low season and from SGD 550 (£311) in high.
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If you are seeking for villas feature, private safe, luxurious rooms, and minibar, the One Farrer Hotel might be the place. Located in Farrer Park in Singapore, booking this hotel comes with exclusive benefits or even more. A spa bath, walk-in wardrobe, king-sized bed, and dining areas will make your money worth.
We know there are lots of foody people out there. And often staying in a luxurious hotel, people expect to serve them delicious food that will twist their tongue. Parkroyal on Pickering Hotel delivers the same. Customers here can get a delectable mix of South Asian taste in an owned LIME restaurant of this hotel.
This hotel serves you Southeast Asian and International Cuisine food, which will give you the authentic experience of Asian Countries. On top of that, for the club room guests, the rooftop Orchid features a 360-degree breathtaking view of the city skyline.
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Built with an estimate of $8 Billion Singapore Dollars triple-towered, 55- a story designed Moshe Safdie- the hotel is the most expensive and luxurious hotel ever built. With its mammoth development, the triple-towered hotel features a reception booth for LAVO, an Italian restaurant and rooftop bar atop the Sands Sky Park, and an Asian themed lounge and bar.
Talking about its services and facilities, this hotel is much talked about its 57th-floor infinity pool, fitness club, sprawling Banyan Tree Spa, 270 plus retail stores, and three levels of gaming floor space. On top of that, guests can enjoy their stay with daily sunrise yoga lessons. We can't deny this hotel will give you a feeling of home. On the plus point, making your visit enjoyable, there are some of the celebrity chef restaurants on this three-story building.
Osteria & Pizzeria Mozza by Nancy Silverton, Spago by Wolfgang Park, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay are a few of them. You might get lucky to get served by Ramsay while he keeps on cursing on his chefs. Each room rates at £200 per room per night. However, they will not serve you buffet breakfast; an additional charge is needed for that.
After decades of business, it continues to deliver luxurious services to its customers. Located near the Central Business District, Shangri-La expands its paradise with 15 acres of beautifully manicured gardens. Made of Three Towers, Tower Wing the designs conflict a subtle Asian Touch, Garden Wing gives you resorts like oasis feeling whereas Valley Wing gives you classic elegance experience. Amongst the main attractions of this hotel is its tropical gardens.
Not only with the architectural designs, but with its lush gardens, customers will be amazed. If you stay in this hotel, do not forget to get a glance of seven meter-tall, open-air orchid greenhouse sculptures. This hotel gives a 24-hour gym, tennis court (with complete equipment and personal trainer), swimming pool, seven-treatment-room CHI SPA, and soothing body massage. People who are gym-goers or athletic will have a great time here. Not to mention food remains accessible here.
Breakfast buffer, Peranakan Inspired Buffer, Laksa, bak chor mee, prawn noodle soup is the most try one here. If you do not want to brother jostling in the public queue, you can pay for the entry-level Horizon Club rooms for excellent breakfast. Coming down with its room rates, this hotel charges you £239, depending on its weekdays.
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One of South East Asia's tallest hotel, Swissotel The Stamford, remains the most desirable place for its panoramic views, unrivaled location, and excellent services. I.M.PEI-designed hotel is running in this business for more than 30 years. In spite of its old cultured theme designed, it will amaze you with modern-day services. Six-tennis court, Willow Stream spa, a state of the art fitness center and Amrita gym are some of the impressive facilities here.
There are around 1261 rooms and suites spread around 73 stories' offering you panoramic of the entire city. If you are willing to stay on this fortress, ground floor Prego offers you a variety of dining options. It serves you Italian cuisine, rare fresh pasta, broccoli potatoes, butter sage: chili crabs, and more. A double room will cost you £145 in a low season whereas in the high season it will cost you £210.
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Six Sense Hotel will take you to a luxury tour with its European design interior design and flourishes. Built back in 1929, this hotel is located in the Tanjong Pagar district. Apart from other hotels in Singapore, Six Sense will grab your attention from its beginning. With the warm welcome drink with ice cream served on a cart, Six Sense Hotel knows how to make their customers feel like home.
This hotel comes with a gym, a 25-meter long lap pool, a spa, and a Cook and Tras social Library. As a boutique hotel, Six Sense provides more verity on its menu. Cook and Tras Social Library servers you Chinese Taps, and this library turns into a cocktail bar by night. Does not that sound cool? If you are not a fan of cocktails, then Rose Bar nearby will serve you rose wines and champagne. A classy night to spend. There are 138 rooms at this hotel, and it will cost you (£188) year-around.
Located over the shimmering waters of Marina Bay, the six-story Fullerton Bay Hotel is the hotel that gives you fantastic views of Marina Bay. Speaking of its facilities, staff are professional as compared to other hotels in Singapore. It will offer you a functional gym, seven treatment spa, and weekday hotel guests can join the sunset yoga session.
With the majestic of the bay, the hotel is provided with two restaurants, a rooftop bar, and a lounge. This restaurant will serve exquisite and delicious French cuisine for dinner and lunch. The afternoon can be chilled with tea of savory lobster cones and truffle egg. There are 100 rooms, and each of them will cost 667 Singapore dollars for a deluxe, which comes with double occupancy.
There are lots of people looking out for the moderate prices lodging, and then Ann Sian House Hotel is to look after. Located at the Central Business District, this hotel resembles a common heritage of Singapore. Although there are no swimming pools, gym facilities, there is a laundry room. Yes, you read it right. It is located on the third floor and provides a small communal space for workspace.
The lobby lounge is the one place where guests can have breakfast. Before dinner, you can visit nearby four restaurants for an aperitif. The Other Roof offers you a Craft cocktail and White Label. There are only 20 rooms available in this place, and double room costs from SGD 300 year-round.
Andaz Singapore is located on floors 25 to 39 in the gleaming Duo Building near Cultural districts like Bras Basah and Little India. As usual, check-in is casual, and the staff is more attentive to guest needs. On level, 25m there is an expansive outdoor pool with stunning vistas beckons.
At level 28, there is a fitness Centre. In total, there are three and six restaurants that focus on local cuisine. Alley on 25, on 25, will offer you Singapore street dining, which includes rice, noodles, meat dishes, and dim sum. At Smoke and Peeper, a Barbecued Asian fare, you can have boneless marinated short rib, cocktails, and other drinks.