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Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
AU$317

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
Orchard Hotel Singapore - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Orchard Hotel Singapore

442 Orchard Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel. Close to shops, train & bus"
Great stay. Very convenient. Staff friendly and helpful
A Traveller
Swissotel Merchant Court - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$272

Swissotel Merchant Court

20 Merchant Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (1,791 reviews)
Carlton Hotel Singapore - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Carlton Hotel Singapore

76 Bras Basah Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Classy hotel in centre of the city "
Welcoming and efficient staff. The upgrade of the room was very well received but did not include amenities ie breakfast and lounge, which was mildly embarrassing as we were not informed of the exclusion. A lovely hotel room, well fitted out and comfortable. Far superior to our Paris experience in an equivalently rated hotel and at a better price. We will certainly be utilising this facility again and recommending it to our friends.
Traveller from australia
The Carlton Hotel Singapore is conveniently located near the city's largest underground shopping mall, several convention …More
M Hotel Singapore - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$318

M Hotel Singapore

81 Anson Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (854 reviews)
Park Hotel Alexandra - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Park Hotel Alexandra

323 Alexandra Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Brand New Hotel"
I stayed only four days after this hotel opened in Singapore. It is hard to judge as this was pre the official opening and the hotel was quite empty, with some aspects not quite finished. We stayed in a twin room. Room was smaller but comfortable. Location wise the hotel isn't walking distance from the CBD or most of the Singapore action... but taxis being comparatively inexpensive and a bus stop 50m away, it wasn't too much of an issue. There are two small shopping (retail) centres across the road which is convenient and it was only a 15 minute taxi to Universal Studios and the waterfront area. The pool area is quite nice including a bar area. In summary, if you're there with a family or partner and would like a comfortable and reasonably priced higher end hotel this will be for you. If you're younger, or prefer to stay near the restaurant strips, then you may want to look for something closer. The staff are friendly and helpful and this should be a very nice hotel when completed.
Traveller from Sout Australia, Australia
Park Hotel Clarke Quay - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$171

Park Hotel Clarke Quay

1 Unity Street, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Convenient location and sparkling clean"
We try to stay in a different hotel in Singapore, often splitting out time between different locations if more than a few nights. The Park Hotel is ideally located to Robertson Walk and the river for some terrific cafes, bars and restaurants, some at very reasonable prices for Singapore venues overall. Clarke Quay proper is a little distance away, a longer stroll if the weather is either too hot or raining. Check in staff slightly less than welcoming at The Park, but all other staff, particularly door people, concierge and breakfast buffet staff very friendly. The breakfast buffet which was included in our stay is well supplied, good variety and excellent top up speed when items run out or require refreshing. The gentleman manning the egg station was less experienced than usual for a hotel buffet, but made up for it with a great sense of humour and willingness to please. Our room on the 9th floor was very small - two of us, one Queen bed and 2 medium suitcases on the floor made movement around the room difficult. The bathroom was also small. The room was exceptionally clean however, and the bed very comfortable. We had a view across Fraser Suits and Robertson Walk - perhaps a view over the pool area may have made the room feel more spacious. Clearly scents or air fresheners are used in abundance in the hallways (noticed this on the pool/gym floor as well as our own floor daily), which could be a problem for any guests suffering allergies/asthma. Nice pool/surrounds.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Located right on the Singapore River Waterfront-in the citys most fashionable entertainment district-Park Hotel ClarkeQuay …More
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$308

Peninsula Excelsior Hotel

5 Coleman Street, Singapore - Map
 
 
Had a few strands of hair left by previous guest. Towels are well worn and thin. Only blankets provided, and they are very thin and coarse.
A Traveller
Pan Pacific Singapore - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
AU$330

Pan Pacific Singapore

7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (1,061 reviews)
Studio M Hotel - Singapore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$204

Studio M Hotel

3 Nanson Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
Overall a good experience but rooms showing a lot of wear and tear. Location pretty good, staff were helpful, comfortable bed. Very small bathroom.
A Traveller
Studio M Hotel is the brand new urban sleek hotel for the mult-tasking business traveler. Uniquely characterised by the new …More

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    Pocket Guide: Central Singapore

    With one of our Singapore City Centre hotels, you’ll have one of the world’s greatest cities at your fingertips. Singapore’s concrete jungle is a place that has to be experienced first-hand, offering one of the best urban adventures a traveller can have.

    The city’s central area is near the island’s southern tip, gathered around where the Singapore River meets Marina Bay. One of the first things to remember when you travel to Singapore is that its MRT (subway) and bus systems are extensive enough that everything is within reach, particularly in the city centre. So, all you really have to decide is what kind of atmosphere you want and what you want to be closest to.

    At the middle of it all you have Downtown Core, the most densely developed section of Singapore. Skyscrapers vie over the skyline and some of the most iconic Singapore attractions are waiting, especially along the waterfront. The original Merlion has pride and place at the tip of the southern bank, while the statue of Singapore’s founder Stamford Raffles sits on the northern shore. Both sides are good for a walk, taking you through Clark Quay, Boat Quay, museums, Victoria Theatre, some trendy bars, and G-Max – a reverse-bungy thrill ride that will pump enough adrenaline into your system to run around for the rest of the day!

    Not far south of there you’ll come across Chinatown – the focal point of Chinese culture in Singapore. To the north is Bugis, an area with much history that has long been an attraction, these days for the New Bugis Street shopping strip, a fun attraction with everything from trinkets to food.

    However, diehard shopaholics shouldn’t settle for anything less than Orchard Road – where world-class shopping malls have replaced the nutmeg orchards from which it got its name. You could spend days here perusing the best brands, affordable goods, electronics, and restaurants. A network of underpasses connects some malls to one another. Go to Paragon or ION Orchard for the best money can buy, and Lucky Plaza for a bargain on anything from a manicure to digital cameras.

    Further north is Little India, which has its share of little shops and cultural sights, but is more of an experience to simply explore. The area has a unique buzz, particularly on Sunday when many people spend their day off in the area. There are also the Novena, Balestier and Newton areas, where cheaper accommodation can be found inside a quieter town-like atmosphere that has everything you need while still being within reach of the city centre.

    At the end of the day, the central part of this city is very diverse, and it would actually be a challenge to find something not to your tastes. Check out our selection of flights to Singapore and Singapore City Centre hotels, and get comfortable, because you’re in for quite a show!
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