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Accommodation in Singapore
Spoilt for choice in the city-state
Singapore is a relatively young nation; a fact reflected in the shimmering new steel skyscrapers rising up around the fringes of Marina Bay Sands on a regular basis. Singapore accommodation ranges from the cheap and cheerful hostels around Clarke Bay to the burgeoning boutique hotel scene flourishing around Chinatown and the old-world charm of the Colonial District.
A global financial hub, this upwardly mobile Asian Tiger offers plenty in the way of attractive business accommodation. Many are located in close proximity to the famous Orchard Road shopping and entertainment district, such as the popular Four Seasons Singapore and the expansive Shangri-La Hotel.
Celebrate Singapore's colonial charm
A former British Straits Settlement, Singapore retains much of its colonial charm and the picturesque Colonial District is a mainstay of Singaporean tourism. Boasting much of the city's finest colonial architecture – including the famous Cavenagh Bridge and Singapore's oldest extant government building, the Arts House – the Colonial District is also one of the city's most popular places to stay.
Raffles is undoubtedly Singapore's most famous hotel and the celebrated home of the Singapore Sling still exudes a raffish colonial air. This sprawling luxury hotel occupies a prime position in the heart of the Colonial District, though it's far from Singapore's only old-world accommodation. The Carlton Hotel and Rendezvous Hotel are both popular options for visitors eager to experience Singapore's colonial past.
Lay back in the lap of luxury
Singapore's luxury hotels aren't limited to the 19th Century mansions dotted throughout the Colonial District. As one of the powerhouses of the Asian economy, the Lion City possesses its fair share of luxury accommodation, with many of the city's finest hotels boasting impressive water views of this island state.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel remains a popular 5-star favourite for its opulent rooms and commanding views over Marina Bay. Across the bay is the equally lavish Mandarin Oriental, renowned for the stunning panoramas it offers from its equally resplendent rooms. The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Hyatt and InterContinental are also resident in the city, meaning there's no shortage of luxury accommodation available if you're looking to splurge.
V Hotel Lavender
V Hotel Lavender This modern 888-room hotel is a good option to explore the city. Conveniently located directly above Lavender MRT Station, it is minutes away from the Bugis and Orchard shopping districts.
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 18 September 2017 - 31 March 2018
Parkroyal On Kitchener Road
Parkroyal on Kitchener Road presents Singapore at its colourful, cosmopolitan best. Situated in the heart of Little India, the hotel is just a 3 minute walk to Farrer Park Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station and is within easy access to the Central Business District and major attractions. The hotel ...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 April - 13 September, 25 September -23 December 2017
Village Hotel Bugis
Located in the Arab Street and Kampong Glam enclave, and a mere stone's throw away from Bugis Village and Little India, Village Hotel Bugis is at the crossroads of Singapore's Arab, Peranakan and Indian enclaves. These multicultural and multinational influences are seen in the Indian, Chinese and...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 November 2017 - 31 January 2018
Pan Pacific Orchard
An elegant retreat set in the heart of the city, Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore provides the ideal base, whether you are travelling for business or leisure. Located just 20 minutes from Changi International Airport, only a 10- minute drive to the Central Business District and Suntec City Conventi...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 01 July - 13 September 2017, 18 September - 23 December 2017
Rucksack Inn @ Lavender Singapore
The hostel serves a free breakfast at the lounge or rooftop garden. Guests can also sample local specialities at Lavender Food Square located just 300 metres away and Jalan Besar, Little India, for exotic India cuisine.
Hotel81 - Princess Singapore
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain. a no frills property in Singapore. This is decent and clean hotel in a more local part of town.
Hotel 81 Orchid
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating several economical budget properties in Singapore. These are decent and clean hotels in a more local part of town. sg 03/09
Hotel 81 Palace
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating eleven budget properties in Singapore. These are decent and clean hotels in a more local part of town. sg 03/09
Hotel 81 Geylang
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating plenty of budget properties in Singapore. These are decent and clean hotels in a more local part of town.
Hotel 81 Gold
Hotel 81 Gold is a 15-minute drive from the popular Orchard Road. Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive from the hotel.
Hotel81 - Elegance Singapore
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating economical and no frills properties in Singapore. These are decent and clean hotels in a more local part of town. sg 03/09
Hotel81 - Premier Star Singapore
The hotel just done renovation and reopen in November 2013. Recommended for travellers with budget concern.
Hotel 81 Selegie
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating economical no frills properties in Singapore. sg 03/09
Hotel 81 Dickson
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating economical no frills properties in Singapore. Even though breakfast is not provided by hotel, there is a restaurant just steps away from hotel where served breakfast with reasonable price. Aside from this, it's easily for guests to access Bugis shopping area for food and entertainment where is 10mins walk. This hotel is highly recommended for travellers.