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Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore - Singapore Hotels

Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore

2 Stamford Road, Singapore - Map
"Lovely hotel, great location"
We arrived earlier than our check in time of 1500 due to our ship docking early (approx. 1000) and we were given access to our room straight away with no questions, and no extra charge.
Traveller from Perth, Australia
Pan Pacific Singapore - Singapore Hotels

Pan Pacific Singapore

7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore - Map
"A very comfortable place to stay"
The hotel was located within easy walking distance of Prominade MRT train station and this made it very easy and inexpensive to get around.The staff were excellent and nothing was too much trouble.We had a minor problem with the sound on our TV and it was fixed promptly.We would be very happy to stay there again.
Traveller from Sydney Australia
Raffles Singapore - Singapore Hotels

Raffles Singapore

1 Beach Road, Singapore - Map
"Colonial comfort and style."
Wonderful hotel, wonderful style and ambience. The current upgrade was completed almost 25 years ago and that does show a bit, but doesn't really detract. While the old fashioned TV's add character, flat screens are better.
Traveller from New Zealand, Bali
The Fullerton Bay Hotel - Singapore Hotels

The Fullerton Bay Hotel

80 Collyer Quay, Singapore - Map
All round top notch hotel. If you want to spoil yourself this is a good place to start.
A Traveller
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is the first waterfront hotel on Marina Bay. It is also part of The Fullerton Heritage, an …More
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore - Singapore Hotels

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

1 Fullerton Square, Singapore - Map
"The best hotel I have ever stayed at"
Perfect location, with the most obliging staff. A truly amazing experience
Traveller from Australia
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore - Singapore Hotels

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore - Map
4.6 out of 5 (536 reviews)
Fairmont Singapore - Singapore Hotels

Fairmont Singapore

80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore - Map
4.6 out of 5 (1,226 reviews)
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore - Singapore Hotels

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

5 Raffles Avenue Marina Square, Singapore - Map
4.6 out of 5 (252 reviews)
MO Singapore received Forbes Travel Guide 5 Star Award for Hotel and Spa in 2012 and 2013*The only property of MO Hotel Group …More
Marina Mandarin - Singapore Hotels

Marina Mandarin

6 Raffles Boulevard Marina Square, Singapore - Map
"Fab hotel"
We were in Singapore for a business exhibition at the Marina Bay Sands facility the Marina Mandarin was next door to the MRT which is so simple to use and only a couple of stops to the exhibition. The hotel had everything we needed, the rooms were excellent, only criticism is the shower head points towards the shower door so when you initially turn it on it sprays on the floor but you learn to turn the head before turning the water on for future use!!! All restaurants were lovely (a little expensive but food very nice). Pool area lovely. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Traveller from Melbourne
Conrad Centennial Singapore - Singapore Hotels

Conrad Centennial Singapore

Two Temasek Boulevard, Singapore - Map
"Easy to walk MRT and city hall area ( shopping ) ."
We went out daily day time & evening time, room services done morning & evening . In my experience with hotel guest, I have not seen before. It is good and some house keeping staff could not understand English language . I think nationally is Chinese . We were stayed at room 720. Overall are good.
Traveller from W.A

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    Pocket Guide: Central Business District

    Singapore is the middleweight champion of Asian cities, with style and beauty adding to its power, so it’s no surprise that its Central Business District is something special. This is a city always looking to the future, so booking from our list of Singapore CBD hotels puts you on the cutting edge of an urban adventure like no other.

    Sightseeing in Singapore feels a little different to anywhere else. Working your way to its various visual attractions and appreciating them is the best way to get to know this spectacular city. In this aspect, the Riverside and Marina Bay areas are at the top of the game. You can’t miss one of the island nation’s most iconic sights, the Merlion. This 8.6m statue was constructed in 1964 is the national symbol of Singapore and is positioned near the mouth of Singapore River. A specially built pier can be used to take pictures of the statue with a city backdrop.

    Not far away to the southwest is another fantastic place to take in the city – this time from over 280 metres above ground! 1-Altitude Gallery is a rooftop bar and viewpoint with 360-degree views. It is great at any time but sunset is a favourite, and if you want a quiet night out. Raffles Place Station on the Singapore MRT line is right next door.

    An extended walk along the southern river bank is definitely worthwhile but one of the most spectacular things you’ll see from almost any angle is Marina Bay Sands, the casino resort that sports three towers with an interconnecting deck on top. Tourists can enter the massive casino free of charge, but the spectacular SkyPark can only be accessed with a fee or after a meal in a hotel restaurant, and even then the pool is off limits. For some, just touring the 146-metre deck and taking in the views will be enough.

    Yet another record-breaking way to take in the city can be had at the Singapore Flier, the world’s tallest Ferris Wheel, but you’ll want to explore the ground as well. Gardens by the Bay gives you a natural reprieve from the concrete jungle located on the headland east of the Merlion. It has beautiful gardens, but what would an attraction here be without a little Singapore flair? Supertree structures tower over a grove area of the facility and, like most of the city, light up at night for a whole different experience. Entry is free of charge, and restaurants dot the area, but a fee is charged to access conservatories and the skyway.

    Second – and perhaps first to some – on the Singapore to do list is, of course, shopping. The CBD may not have an Orchard Road but you’ll have to make do with the island’s second biggest mall, Suntec City, which boasts four floors and over 370 shops.

    This is the place to stay for the best spectacle Singapore has to offer. Don’t delay, book your from CBD accommodation and a flight to Singapore with us today.

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