- Reviews: 389
Boat on a building ?: Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Starting rates from around $350 a night. It is one of the more expensive Hotels in Singapore
Suspect you cant run out of Unique Qualities for this hotel.
Not only does it have a boat shaped design across the three towers but it is basically a garden with a massive open air infinity swimming pool three times the length of an Olympic pool and 57 stories up!.
The towers themselves are based on stacks of playing cards
Inside shoppers can ride along an indoor canal in Sampan boats styled on traditional Chinese vessels from the 17th century.
The building was due to open in 2009, but due problems caused by the financial crisis this six billion Dollar plus complex wasn't opened until June 2010
- Reviews: 232
Grand Pacific Hotel Singapore: Grand Pacific Hotel Singapore
We had read the reviews on this hotel, and thought it was going to be pretty average, but it wasn't, it was lovely.
We had a great stay here, clean room, everything in it like hairdryer and iron, and TV with movies, a great view, and loads of space.
The breakfast was something else too. It was buffet style and of the highest standard, although if you didn't get included in your package, it works out a little too expensive for breakfast, at around £20 each. Far too expensive for us, but it was included in an already discounted prices, so cool.
Really nice hotel, close to Bugis Street and other great shopping and restaurants, bars and so on.
- Reviews: 864
Holiday Inn Orchard Road: Great Location
I stayed exactly 1 month in Holiday Inn Orchard Road when I arrived in Singapore. The room was very comfortable and I enjoyed my stay the whole month. The pool and the gym were good enough to relax. The breakfast was also satisfactory. The hotel staff and concierge were very helpful, especially in the first days when I needed some directions. The location is very central and easy to reach. For shopping and restaurants, Orchard Road gives you all you need. If your budget is not tight or you are a business traveller, I suggest this hotel for your stay in Singapore.
- Reviews: 1029
The Inn: Inexpensive but great accommodation
We stayed at The Inn at Temple Street in the China Town area of Singapore. The hotel is right behind the Mariamman temple. It is a great accommodation with friendly staff and cheap rates compared to other hotels in the city. The only drawback is the size of the rooms which is very small.
all good amenities
- Reviews: 802
Copthorne Kings Hotel: Copthorne Kings Hotel
We stayed for 5 nights at the Copthorne Kings Hotel and I have forgotton what the room rates were. We booked a Club room which we were very disappointed in so we only lasted about 5 minutes in this room.
It was small with two single beds, one chair to sit on which is useless for 2 people and no tables and chairs on the tiny balcony. I went to reception and asked to have a look at their Executive Suite which was a lot nicer with a seperate lounge, dining area, a big bedroom with a very comfortable king size bed, 2 televisions and 2 balconies one of which had a table and chairs. I think it was a few hundred dollars more to upgrade to the Suite but it was well worth it.
We really liked the location of Copthorne Kings as it is walking distance to Chinatown, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay. The Club Lounge is very small with a nice outdoor seating area and a reasonable selection of food and drinks,
It was very quiet for the five nights we were here but that suited us fine, I have to mention the staff in the Club Lounge were excellent, very friendly and helpful, we actually looked forward to seeing them each day.
So we were happy with our stay at Copthorne Kings, once we had changed rooms but I would class it as a 3 star hotel not 4 star as is on their website.
- Reviews: 772
Ritz Executive Lounge and Floor: Ritz Executive Treatment
SO this is the Ritz Carlton executive Lounge and floor where service is king. The are open form 7 am until 10 with wonderful food and drinks. and the view amazing.
I would so recommend because this is the way to start and finish your day on a visit to Singapore with a friendly helpful smile from the concierge followed by mangosteens and a custom made omelette all with a view to die for.
What makes this so special are the concierges in the lounge the greet you by name and are so kind and helpful. Plus they come from all over the world this morning I am chatting from someone from Korean, Borneo, and Russia.
- Reviews: 772
THE RITZ-CARLTON, MILLENIA SINGAPORE: The Ritz is still the Ritz
he Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore is a fantastic Hotel the attention paid by the staff is amazing I stay their a week and everyone knew my name the Thee staff who were literally from all over the world in the executive lounge was really great everyone went out of their way to be friendly. I asked for a marina view and as yo can see it is amazing. The hotel has been completely since I last visited over a decade ago in fact they were just finisihng up the last floor in 2013.
If you want impeccable service, rooms with a view you could die for and High tea with cucumber sandwiches and live classical music this is the place. The attention to detail from the staff like Daria a club concierge is what really makes the experience of the stay at the Ritz Carlton Singapore d come alive. Would highly recommend!!
- Reviews: 93
Changi Village Hotel: Great Stop-over hotel
We had an 18 hour stay-over waiting between flights. Too long to spend at the airport. Took a gamble and booked The Changi Village Hotel online as its just a few kms from the airport. We could not have been happier. Set in the quiet Changi village you are close to the bay with a small beach, nature walks, and great eateries. We've decided to stay in the Village on our next Singapore stay. The hotel is clean, modern and staff very friendly. Couldn't have been happier.
- Reviews: 116
Furama City Centre: Good mid range Hotel
We really enjoy staying in the Chinatown area of Singapore. There are many restaurants in the area and transport is close by. The MRT station – Chinatown - is only just around the corner from the hotel. Initially, I booked this hotel directly with the hotel itself, however, a few months later I found a much better deal online so I cancelled my original booking and made another saving around $400. This hotel had everything that we wanted – Ok – the pool area may be a little outdated, yet it was functional – I never saw any pool staff during our stay. The deal I got did not include breakfast but considering the money I saved I was not too concerned and there are plenty of dim sum places in the area. I would probably stay in this hotel again.
Proxmity to Chinatown and transport. Friendly staff - the staff member at the tour desk was extremely helpful - she even cheked our return flights for us in online.
- Reviews: 3271
Ibis Hotel Novena: convenience to airport and shops ibis
a nice convenient hotel to the airport and city main shopping in orchard, this is novena at Singapore. Part of the French chain ACCOR, the Ibis is a moderate hotel, and this one with its teak wood paneling and very clean, nice restaurant on a busy street is great for a quick entry into the island of Singapore airport, main city center.
easy in and out to from airport and city main shopping street of Orchard road. The restaurant is great, good taxi service, and very clean place. for short trips it is recommended.
- Reviews: 1044
Hotel Royal Queens: Hotel Royal Queens
Hotel Royal at Queens is one of the strategically located hotels in Singapore. The cozy hotel offers its guests total comfort and value for money. The entire hotel is centrally air conditioned. The 215 newly renovated rooms are well equipped with facilities like internet, air ticket booking, a mini bar, safe deposit box to name among a few. The Hotel also has a pub of its own as well as a Japanese and a Chinese Restaurant.
- Reviews: 124
Resorts World Sentosa.: Arial View of the Hotel.
I did not stayed in this hotel but just check the facilities it offers.
Almost it has a water park of it's own and you get discount for Universal Studios...just marvellous.
- Reviews: 124
SILOSO BEACH RESORT.: The Only Good Thing is The Location of The Hotel !
Eco friendly hotel but this doesn't mean that they should not change the bed sheets as it waste water, they won't refresh brush, soap and paste etc as you should use them with care and such lame excuses just not to entertain the guests. At least this was my experience at the hotel.
They use fresh water in their pool that means no chlorine, exactly no chlorine...amazing and secondly it's location is very good.
- Reviews: 116
Scarlet Hotel: Boutique Hotel in Chinatown
I was really looking forward to this hotel but I am not sure if I would stay here again. The room was rather small - we had to keep maneuvering around our suitcases. The breakfast menu varied little over our stay and became a little monotonous. The hotel had an outdoor spa which was pleasant. The best thing about the hotel was the location - close to transport, restaurants, shops, etc.
- Reviews: 389
Fairmont Singapore: Fairmont Hotel
A nice clean hotel with some really great views across Singapore especially from the 23rd floor. I understand that the north tower of the hotel has recently been renovated and although our room on the 23rd floor of the south tower was magnificent with wonderful views, the décor in the bathroom really needs an uprate, as it is finished in rather boring white/cream tiles reminiscent of bathrooms of many some 20- 30 years ago
This Hotel along with Raffles Hotel, and the Swisshotel, all are within a block of one another and are owned by the Fairmont Raffles Hotel Int Group.
This tall hotel (almost 250m high) is located in the centre of Singapore and the complex which comprises of the two hotels, shopping and offices together with the Raffles city convention centre is built directly above the City Hall Subway Station. It is very inexpensive and convenient to travel on the Mass Rail Transit system from Changi airport MRT station direct to the City Hall station, under the hotel, for less than $2. However it will take around 40 min and entail a transfer at (EWL) Tanah Merah MRT Station. If travelling with baggage then a taxi is the most convenient and at a standard metered daytime rate of less than $20 it takes 15 - 20 mins to get from the Airport to the Fairmont
At US$400 + incl Service charge, for an Exec room on the 23rd floor, this not a cheap hotel, but worth maybe one or two nights, just to see the place and to walk across the street to visit the historic Raffles Hotel for a drink in the long bar . You do have to be well healed to stay at Raffles with prices starting at around US$700 a night !
The Exec floor offers full access to the Executive lounge where incredible food, drinks and great service is provided and which is second to none, including several bottles of Moët Hennessy on ice at hand for the customer to help himself. The staff are great, and always so very friendly which certainly makes me sure that we will return to this hotel next time we are in Singapore
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