10 Most Expensive Hotels in Singapore

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10 Most Expensive Hotels in Singapore
5 January, 2020 0 Comments

"10 Most Expensive Hotels in Singapore

Singapore, synonymous to Jewel of Asia has placed itself from one of Asia’s most expensive cities to one of the world’s most expensive cities. Relatively at a young age, it has skyscrapers,  Gardens by the Bay, Esplanade Theatre, world’s tallest indoor waterfall and hotels with sky gardens and an oasis of green foliage.

It will be a crime not to crown this island nation, with a title of Asia’s jewel. From the places to the hotel, Singapore is more expensive than other Asian countries. But it doesn't mean these costly places, will rip off your pocket. Every moment of your time and penny you spend, in this heavenly city will be worth it.

1. The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

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Fullerton Bay Hotel is ideal for those who are seeking for an astonishing view of Marina Bay and experience the bustling nightlife of Singapore. In just three minutes’ walk from Raffles Place MRT, we can find this, glamorously machismo style hotel.

Services are extraordinary, and of course, its highlights are seven treatment spas. After a long trip, this will be relaxing to relax your mind and nourish your body. Other additional features include gym, pool, bars, yoga session where you can enjoy your free schedule. For the Singapore standard, rooms in this hotel are spacious.

Beds are comfortable, fitted with a bathtub, and full of stocked amenities. To help with your appetite, there are two restaurants in hotel houses. La Brasserie restaurants service French cuisine for lunch and dinner. On the other end, you can there is a rooftop bar which offers a beautiful view of Singapore City.

2. Capella Singapore

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The 112 room Capella Singapore is a beautiful hotel and one of the properties that sit on prized sea fronting land. If you are seeking for a beach holiday with the perfect mixture of peace and privacy, Capella Singapore is your choice. An hour drive from Orchard belt lies this excellent hotel, which expands its property across 30 meters.

Although Capella is set away from the hectic pace of the city, the services are exceptional and offer more than most of the cities hotel. There are restaurants and bars to serve heavenly food. Resorts World Santos gives you a part buffet, Andre Fu-designed Cassia and even more. Talking further on privacy, there are 38 spacious villas to choose from with garden views, private plunge pool, minibar, WIFI surrounded by natural vegetation.

3. Marina Bay Sand

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Marina Bay Sand is a triple-towered, 55-stories building, built with a worth of $8 Million and is reportedly one of the expensive resorts that have been ever made. Located near the famous landmarks, Convention Center and Gardens by the Bay, this hotel is 20 mins drive away from Orchard Road.

Your every penny is worth spending in this hotel. The services offered by Marina Bay Sand is fabulous and professional that you don't feel extravagance. With the 57th infinity pool, sprawling Banyan Tree Spa, fitness club, yoga session, spa treatments, most excellent restaurants, and rooms, do you still think your money will go in vain?

There are 2,561 minimally rooms and is perfect for accommodating families, and each comes with a comfortable king-size bed, airy space, spacious balcony, and other amenities. The Lead-in-deluxe rooms are tremendous and offer views of Gardens by the Bay, harbor, and the city.

Bread street kitchen by Gordon Ramsay, Oyster Bar By Daniel Boloud, Bistro, Long Chin by David Thompson are the celebrity chef restaurants which will offer most exceptional dish Singapore can provide with a little Western taste.

4. The St.Regis Singapore

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Located on the fringe of Orchard Road, The St. Regis Singapore, might be the luxurious hotel you are seeking here. Because services provided are impeccable and with the professional and trained staff, you will experience luxurious of its hotel.

There is high-speed internet access all around the hotel, which is excellent if you are a blogger or want to keep on updating your stay in the hotel. Furthermore, five spa treatment rooms and a two-room mani-pedi studio by Bastien Gonzalez is the main attraction of the hotel. Other services include ice fountain, sauna, ice fountain, and a steam chamber.

Guests can enjoy their stay in one of the eight-room categories. Executive Deluxe, Grand Deluxe, King Cole Suite, and the Presidential Suite. Most of these rooms will giveaway, view of the city, the hotel's pool and tennis court, which is quite fascinating. If you want to have views of Lusciously-framed Tanglin and Nassim enclave Deluxe rooms is best suited for you.

5. Mandarin Oriental Singapore

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Set along the Marina Bay, Mandarin Oriental Singapore is just a few minutes’ walks from Massive Marina Square Mall. In this fan-shaped Marina Square, guests can enjoy their stay.

There is no lack of services as there are lots of things to do around. Spa, swimming pool, yoga classes, and gymnasium and fitness center will surely keep you busy.  On the other hand, appointed rooms are luxurious and provide perfect views of the ocean bay or the city. Guests can make their stay in one of 527 places, and premier suite is best from them.

Premier suite comes with own living area; king-sized bed and other stocked amenities, which give comfortable stay to the travelers. Dolce Vita, La Carte,  Morton’s steakhouse is a never miss place to taste delicious food.

6. Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa

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Set in the lush Sentosa, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa is a 1930s  French-inspired property. Home to the 6000 spas So spa, this hotel’s spa offers 14 indoors rooms and six outdoor treatment pavilions.

 Other features include a 33-meter swimming pool that overlooks the sea, a couple of tennis court, restaurants and bars. The Prestige and Prestige Family is excellent for families and comes with a bedroom, annexed living area and a sumptuous sofa.

7. InterContinental Singapore

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InterContinental Singapore may not be blessed with a panoramic view of Hong Kong Flagship, but it surely offers the experience you will probably won't forget. Sited at one of the city’s most desirable places, Bugis MRT, Bugis Junction shopping center and more, this hotel is mammoth property with exceptional services and facilities.

On the downside, there is no spa on this hotel, which is a let down for travelers. But on the bright side, the hotel hosts a complimentary two hour Guide Heritage on Arab Street and Kampong Glam every Saturday afternoon. Rooms in the InterContinental Hotel are elegant, and there are 403 rooms.

The central tower rooms are best to stay for luxurious and comfortable. Ash and Elm, the prime of Intercontinental Singapore hotel serves European-centric diner, buffer breakfast dishes Luke burrito and more. 

8. The Ritz Carlton Millennia Singapore

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Thanks to its fine modern arts, elegant rooms, and quality restaurants, The Ritz Carlton Millennia Singapore is one of the busiest hotels in Singapore. Located by the F1 track at the heartbeat of downtown Singapore, Ritz Carlton is surrounded by famous landmarks like Singapore’s Garden and Art Science Museum. Guests will never have any opportunity to complain about services. Services are so polished, and any trouble will be fixed on a request.

On the other end, the facilities in this hotel are world-class. 15,0000 square foot Plexiglas overwater platform,  largest gym hall, spa with ten treatment rooms, which is Asia’s only and first partner spa with La Mer, gives a right feeling of a luxurious hotel. For the best place, your money can afford, book the “26 series” corner-hugging Premier suites, which offers views of Marina Bay and Kallang. Otherwise, lead-in-deluxe rooms can be your option.

9. Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

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Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel has a unique location of all the hotels in Singapore. Situated 5 minutes away from the Orchard MRT station, Marriott Tang has all the attraction with the city’s prime shopping malls and Singapore top medical facilities.

However, on the features, there are not many of them to woo about. There is a gym, swimming pool, basketball court, retreat spa but no tennis court. There are ten categories and 392 rooms.

The deluxe room’s offers from 15 to 14 stories come with a king-sized bed, attached bathrooms, and stocked amenities. If you want separate living, junior suites will be best for you, which provides different living spaces and a pool Terrace room.

10. Shangri La Hotel Singapore

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Despite being in years of service, this beautiful grand dame of luxury continues to deliver till date. Buried in a tropical paradise near Orchard Road, Shangri La is a 792-room hotel and is made of three towers.

After you are done with the gym, tennis court, swimming you can nourish your body with wood-decked, seven treatment-room spas of this hotel. Other facilities include free Wi-Fi, bar, kid’s club, and free parking. The towering Lobby Lounge and Nami on the 24th story restaurants are the culinary highlights of Shangri La Hotel Singapore.

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