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Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore - Singapore Hotels
AU$328

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
Carlton Hotel Singapore - Singapore Hotels

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
Furama City Centre - Singapore Hotels
AU$209

Furama City Centre

60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Hotel close to CBD"
The hotel has convenient access to MRT and malls. Staffs are friendly. Gym needs upgrade and room air-cond is warm at daytime
Traveller from KL
Swissotel Merchant Court - Singapore Hotels
AU$327

Swissotel Merchant Court

20 Merchant Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Friendly staff great service close to riverside. "
Very enjoyable stay. Will come again to Singapore attractions.
Traveller from Canberra
Park Hotel Clarke Quay - Singapore Hotels
AU$197

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
85 Beach Garden Hotel - Singapore Hotels
AU$89

85 Beach Garden Hotel

85 Beach Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel - Singapore Hotels
AU$357

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
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
Pan Pacific Singapore - Singapore Hotels
AU$399

Pan Pacific Singapore

7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore - Map
 
 
"Good location and facilities"
We enjoyed our time here. The people were nice, the room king deluxe room with balcony was great and the breakfast was good too.
A Traveller
Fairmont Singapore - Singapore Hotels
AU$397

Fairmont Singapore

80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (1,222 reviews)

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    Take a pick from our extensive range of Singapore accommodation, or one of our ideally placed Singapore Airport hotels, when staying in Singapore. Whether the purpose of your trip is business or pleasure, we have hotels to suit every budget. Obviously Singapore is world renowned, as an international business and shopping hotspot, but it has so much more to offer.

    Situated at the southern most tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore may be small, but with a population of 4.4 million people, it is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. It was initially set up as a British trading town in 1819, but gained its official sovereignty in 1965, forcing the fledgling nation to become self sufficient. There are now 4 official languages in Singapore consisting of Mandarin, Tamil, Malay and English. Thankfully for western tourists, most public signs, and official publications are displayed in English.

    For first time travellers Singapore seems shockingly modern, for what was once thought of as a sleepy Malay fishing village. Today there is no doubt, that it is truly considered the ‘gateway between East and West’. The main Singapore airport is the heavily trafficked Changi International Airport, which offers a network of 81 airlines, connecting Singapore to 179 cities, in 57 countries. There is absolutely no doubt, that Singapore’s transport system is world class. Singapore’s train system the MRT (Mass Transit System), is 109 kilometres long, consists of 64 stations, and services roughly 1.3 million people daily. If train is not your transport of choice, all Singapore hotels are easily accessible by the wide range of bus and taxi services.

    When travelling to Singapore, you should make an effort to co-ordinate your visit, with one of the various festivals and events. Thaipusam is a spectacular Hindu festival occurring in February around the full moon, where devotees can spear their cheeks with long, shiny steel rods, or even partake in a fire walk. July sees the annual Singapore Food Festival, which is heavily promoted to tourists, to celebrate Singapore's divine cuisine.

    And then of course there is Singapore’s shopping, most famously located on Orchard Road and Chinatown, which are second to none all year round. The Great Singapore sale occurs each year from May to July, where you’ll find fantastic value on everything from fashion, watches, jewellery, electronics and more. Our Orchard Road hotels and Chinatown hotels make the perfect rest points for those tourists, who want to experience all the shopping that Singapore has to offer. Why not choose to stay in a Singapore Boutique Hotel and experience a more personal touch with your accommodation.

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