Singapore is one of the world's most densely populated nations and this compact city-state naturally possesses a vast array of accommodation options read more...
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.
Hard Rock Hotel Singapore
Hard Rock Hotel Singapore adds five star treatment to the Hard Rock philosophy of fun, fashion and attitude. Here the heart of rock 'n' roll meets the art of hospitality, giving you the perfect mix of funk and fun, along with plush comfort and impeccable service. Resorts World Sentosa Singapore -...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 May - 5 August 2018
Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa Singapore
Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore is the only 5 star beachfront hotel in Singapore. It is located on Siloso Beach on the island of Sentosa. The resort is 15 minutes from Singapore's main business and shopping districts, 30 minutes from Changi Airport. Blending beautifully with the...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 May - 30 June 2018
Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore
From the affordable to the luxurious this hotel, a short taxi ride from Orchard Road, features stylish and spacious rooms, suites and serviced apartments with city or garden views. The calming day spa rejuvenates and health club re-energises with its gym, sauna and steam room, while sun lounges line the sprawling, 30-metre lagoon-style rooftop pool. Sip pre-dinner drinks at the bar before sampling a mix of local and international fare at the elegant and award-winning poolside restaurant or in the open-kitchen concept of CafeBiz.
W Singapore - Sentosa Cove
Come alive in the lush greenery and lively coastal setting of Sentosa, Singapore's resort island just<br>minutes from the mainlands business district, shopping destinations and top tourist attractions. An<br>oasis of modern luxury for business travellers, vivacious staycationers and sophisticated globetrotters.
So Sofitel Singapore
SO Sofitel Singapore, a designer luxury hotel, is housed in an iconic building built in 1927. Graced by a custom emblem designed by the legendary Karl Lagerfeld, the hotel is a reflection of the harmonious fusion of heritage and modernity in Singapore. Isabelle Miaja, the Singapore-based French designer has lent her unique touches to the hotel's interior to bring "French elegance meets Singapore chic" to life.
Naumi Liora Singapore
Naumi Liora is a smoke-free premise. A naumi-nal fee applies if guests decide to light up. As a Singapore boutique hotel, highly recommended for guests would like to embrace local cultures and inspire contemporary touches.
Hotel81 - Tristar Singapore
Located in a very interesting area of Singapore yet the city is accessible by train 15 mins away. It is also 15 minutes to the airport which makes it a possible choice for stopovers.
Hotel Nostalgia Singapore
Aptly named Nostalgia, it is a affordable luxury boutique hotel situated in one of Singapore's most historic areas, minutes from the Central Business District and Orchard Road. 10 minutes to Suntec Convention Centre, Marina Centre, Singapore's 2 Integrated Resorts in Marina Bay and Sentosa and minutes walk to either Tiong Bahru MRT Station or Outram MRT Station. Every room have a luxurious amenities and every guest entitile of Free Wifi at the hotel (Room Guests and Hotel Area)
Moon 23 Hotel Singapore
It's a trendy, boutique hotel in the down town Singapore. Welcome drink provided on arrival. Limousine and tour service can be arranged from concierge.
Venue Hotel The Lily Singapore
The hotel is part of the Hotel 81 chain operating economical and no frill properties in Singapore. These are decent and clean hotels in a more local part of town.
This is a brand new boutique hotel just opened in year 2013. Highly recommended for travellers with budget concern and embrace the Asian Culture.
The Porcelain Hotel Singapore
Grand open in Feb 2011, The Porcelain Hotel is expanding. More rooms are under renovation just next door to the hotel. Recommended to leisure travellers.