Singapore's Most Luxurious Hotels: Our Top 10 Picks - Updated 2024

Singapore's Most Luxurious Hotels: Our Top 10 Picks - Updated 2024
Trip101 Editorial
Trip101 Editorial 
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A Southeast Asian gem, Singapore is well-known for its stunning skyline and rich history. It’s one of the cleanest places in the world and is home to many luxury shopping malls and iconic structures, including the famous Merlion statue. Must-visit places for first-time visitors include Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and Singapore Flyer. Though Singapore is a small island, it’s packed with world-class attractions, and it’s the perfect place to enjoy a luxury vacation. To experience the Lion City’s luxurious side calls for a stay in one of its many high-end hotels. From the iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore to the contemporary Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has a range of luxurious accommodations that promise an indulgent experience. If you’re planning to splurge for your upcoming trip, keep reading to learn about our top picks for Singapore’s most luxurious hotels.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 14, 2024.

About this article

As a Singapore-based travel media company, our team wanted to create a one-stop guide for the best luxury hotels in Singapore. We’ve poured hours of work into creating this one article so you can pick the best accommodation for your getaway to Lion City.

Just to give you an idea, we spent:

  • 13 hours researching the best hotels and gathering as much information as possible
  • 81 hours writing and editing the article

All of this work to help you cut back on your research and make the best decision. And we’re not finished yet! We’re planning to add more content as well as additional tips and reviews from local experts.

Meet our experts

Dennison Wee is a passionate traveler, who aims to visit all the countries in the world. He has already checked off more than 35 countries from his list. He believes that traveling is an exceptional way to learn by seeing and expanding his perspective. When not traveling abroad, he fervently documents his adventures within his home country, Singapore.

Find out more about his adventures here:

Website: Seeing The World In Steps

Instagram: @seeingtheworldinsteps

Barely setting foot out of her home country, Singapore, in her younger years, Dania has since grown to appreciate the value of being open to new experiences abroad. As such, despite being terrified at the idea of leaving her comfort zone, she began her journey of travel one small step at a time, chronicling her experiences along the way. She also has a peculiar fascination with hotels and has stayed at over 50 major hotels in Singapore during the pandemic when overseas travel was halted. Writing about her experiences is her way of giving back to the community of travelers who’ve inspired her to continue exploring the world.

Website: Dania Experiences

Instagram: @daniaexperiences

What makes a hotel luxurious?

Luxury hotel room
Source: Pexels

It all comes down to your experience. A luxury hotel goes above and beyond, and the accommodations should make you feel pampered and well taken care of!


Each luxury hotel is different, but one thing that should stand out is the design. First impressions count, so a striking exterior and a well-designed interior are essential. Small touches such as art on the wall and fresh flowers or plants also elevate the atmosphere inside a hotel.


Rooms should be thoughtfully configured and equipped with the best amenities. Many have en suite bathrooms with upscale features, such as heated floors and towel racks, soaking tubs, and rainfall showers. Expect lush beds that provide a perfect night’s sleep and pillow menus so you can customize for extra comfort.


Besides accommodations, you should expect 5-star service. From the moment you enter the hotel to when you exit with your luggage, you should have a seamless experience. Hospitality at a luxury hotel is second to none, and service is usually personalized. You’ll definitely feel welcome throughout your whole stay, whether you’re dining at the restaurant or getting a massage. Luxury hotels also typically offer concierge and butler services.


Many luxury hotels are located in city centers or upscale neighborhoods. They should be easily accessible to guests and be proximate to well-known attractions in the city.

Tips on choosing the perfect luxury hotel in Singapore

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Singapore is home to many luxury hotels, so you’ll be spoilt for choice! While all of our picks will guarantee a 5-star stay, you should also consider your needs and what you want out of the experience. Are you visiting for an event or planning one? Or are you here with the kids and want to make sure they have the time of their lives?

We’ve included some tips below from our travel experts to help you make an informed decision.

Tips from our experts

If you’re new to the world of luxury hotel stays, picking a property can seem daunting. Some of the tips below from our expert can make the process easier for you.

Tips from Dennison Wee

  1. Loyalty programs
    Hotels reward frequent visitors and loyal customers. If you sign up for status or loyalty programs with a hotel chain, your stay will be more attractive. It can get you free breakfast and potentially a room upgrade. You can also earn points for your stay.
    Look out for the properties which participate in the hotel chain with which you have status. Let’s say you’re a Marriott member. Check which of their properties offer the best value to you. For example, of the properties under Marriott, St. Regis Singapore, JW Marriott Singapore, and Ritz Carlton, the last one does not participate in their loyalty program. JW Marriott gives you access to a lounge and breakfast, while St. Regis does not have a lounge. Pick what aligns more with what you’re looking for.

  2. Points instead of cash
    Instead of paying cash, look out for ways to redeem hotel points. Loyalty programs, credit cards, or certain points sale offers can get you hotel points. They can turn out cheaper than paying cash.

  3. Credit card offers Look out for credit card promotions. Some come with offers that will make staying at luxury properties easier on your pocket. For instance, Citi Prestige offers four nights free for every hotel you book with the credit card.

  4. Agents
    Look out for luxury travel rates bookable with a travel agent such as Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts, Virtuoso, and Hyatt Prive. With them, you pay the best available rate and also enjoy extra benefits such 100 USD credit, an upgrade, breakfast, double Hilton points, early check-in and late checkout. These are especially useful and worthwhile for short stays. This allows you to enjoy VIP status with the hotel or chain.

Tips from Dania

  1. Always read reviews of the hotel you’re going to stay at to find out about any value-added offerings and services they provide. Some examples include complimentary workshops and activities, buggy or limousine rides between the hotel and places of attraction, child or pet amenities, pillow menus, lounge access with dining options, butler services and more.

  2. If you enjoy using spa facilities such as whirlpool bath, saunas and the like, you can check with the hotel whether in-house guests have complimentary access or a discounted entry fee to these facilities.

  3. Most hotels offer dining discounts for in-house guests at their hotel-operated restaurants so if you do patronize them, remember to inform the wait staff before settling your bill.

  4. During breakfast, check with the staff if the chefs can do any off-menu items. Some do, some don’t. Sometimes it depends on how busy it is that morning, but you might be pleasantly surprised - we’ve had specially prepared dishes such as seafood laksa and steak and eggs by just asking.

  5. Find out if the hotel you want to stay at has a loyalty programme and consider making your booking via this programme. Some of these are free to join and immediately come with various benefits such as early check-ins, welcome amenities, etc.

An overview of our top luxury hotel picks

We’ve come up with an overview so you can narrow down your choices! While all of these hotels cater to anyone and every one, some facilities might stand out to you.

Top luxury hotels in Singapore
Source: Trip101
Top luxury hotels in Singapore
Source: Trip101

Best for events

Our picks: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Best for parties and nightlife

Our pick: Marina Bay Sands

Best amenities and facilities

Our pick: The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore and Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Best location

Our picks: Capella Singapore and Andaz Singapore

Most historic

Our pick: Raffles Singapore

Best for families

Our pick: The St. Regis Singapore

Best for couples

Our pick: The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

Best for events

1. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
Source: Pexels

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a recognizable structure and one that’s hard to miss while on a scenic cruise across the Singapore River. If you’re looking forward to a 5-star hotel experience, you won’t regret booking a stay here.

The Fullerton’s picture-worthy Neoclassical exterior offers a glimpse of the Lion City’s rich history. It was erected in the historic Fort Fullerton to serve as Singapore’s General Post Office and also hold office for the governor and other government officials. The building itself debuted in 1928, but it wasn’t until 2001 that the hotel officially opened its doors to the public. Since then, it has remained one of Singapore’s most iconic sights, commanding a place in many a postcard.

In 2020, Luxury Lifestyle Awards listed The Fullerton as one of the best luxury hotels in Singapore, and Travvy Awards gave it the distinction of being the best luxury hotel/resort in Asia the same year. Whether you’re staying for a night or planning an extended vacation, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable experience.

Why it's best for events and weddings

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Are you planning a special event in Singapore? Consider hosting it at the Fullerton! They’re equipped to hold personal and professional functions, and your guests will surely be impressed by the historic location.

Meetings and business events

If you’re hosting a meeting, they have several spaces and function rooms. You can choose one of the elegantly designed function rooms for more formal meetings. But if you’re planning a casual work event, the East Garden is a great option that will allow you and your guests the chance to enjoy al fresco dining.

For more information on hosting meetings and business gatherings at the Fullerton, check out their page for further details.


If you’re planning your wedding, then you’re in luck. Besides showstopping venues, they also offer wedding packages and have an in-house wedding team to help you plan your dream wedding.

While all the wedding venues at the Fullerton will no doubt leave an impression, we love the classic and award-winning Ballroom and its heavily ornamented chandelier ceiling (boasting 386,000 crystals!) and the Jade Room for its elegant design and soothing color palette. In fact, if you love the Jade Room as much as we do, you can opt for the Jade Solemnisation Package. More details (such as inclusions and the menu) can be found here.

If you’ve marked your special day on the calendar and you’re interested in celebrating it at the Fullerton, you may reach out and request a proposal here.

Whether you’re hosting a business event or a wedding, you and your guests will surely enjoy a stay at this historic hotel. Consider setting them up on the property if they’re flying in for the event, or book yourself a stay for the full experience!

Book a stay

There are a number of ways to book a stay at the Fullerton: you can book through third-party websites such as, Agoda, or Expedia.

You can also book directly through their website. If you book directly, they offer a Best Rate Guarantee and provide a complimentary heritage tour.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille

Address: 1 Fullerton Square
851 meters (0.6 ft) from Clarke Quay

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Non-smoking rooms Babysitting/child services

Top guest reviews
our package included a generous dining credit which was really helpful
first the good: the staff are the rockstars of this classic hotel
every staff member impressed us with his/her warmth and professionalism
from the staff pushing my wheelchair and all my luggage they made my stay comfortable
excellent location and beautiful hotel
great central location in a very specially restored heritage building
the hotel’s location is fantastic; right beside the river civic centre and merlion park
Read more reviews

Top room picks

You can choose from a selection of rooms and suites at the Fullerton, but we’ve featured some of our favorites here!

1. Fullerton Suite

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

If you’re looking forward to enjoying the sweeping city or bay views with a glass of wine, this is the room for you. The Fullerton Suite boasts a spacious and comfortably furnished outdoor terrace - the perfect venue for winding down after a long day. The room is 90 sqm (970 sqft) and has an en suite living room and bathroom.

Guests who opt for this suite can enjoy butler service, shoe shine service, express check-out, and the Straits Club privileges.

Room amenities are second to none - enjoy BALMAIN bathroom amenities, a fully stocked mini-bar, and a Nespresso machine with complimentary capsules.

2. Governor Suite

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Offering 77 sqm (828 sqft) of space, the Governor Suite is jam-packed with amenities. Similar to the Fullerton Suite, you’ll also have an en suite living room and bathroom, and you can enjoy butler services and the Straits Club privileges. The suite features a veranda that overlooks the city, specifically the historic Fullerton Waterboat House and Anderson Bridge.

The bedroom promises a perfect night of sleep, and you can also browse the pillow menu and opt to change out your pillows if you prefer something more or less firm.

3. Presidential Suite

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

We can’t discuss luxury stays in Singapore without including the Fullerton Hotel’s crème de la crème: the Presidential Suite. Once the card room of the exclusive Singapore Club (a European all-male club established in 1861), it’s now a lavishly furnished suite that features a baby grand piano, a private elevator, en suite living and dining rooms, and an impressive glass-enclosed veranda. From this veranda, you can enjoy magnificent city views.

Similar to the Fullerton and Governor suites, you’ll also have access to butler service and the Straits Club, among other amenities.

While we’ve only featured three of the Fullerton Hotel’s suites here, rest assured they have many other options. If you want to enjoy a view of Marina Bay Sands, you can opt for the Marina Bay Room. The Quay Room is a fabulous option for couples or solo travelers and overlooks the Singapore River.

For a full list of rooms and suites at the Fullerton Hotel, check out the options listed here.


The Fullerton Hotel is wheelchair-friendly and equipped with lifts, handicapped toilets, and ramps.

Wheelchair accessible rooms are available (subject to availability), so if you’re planning a stay here, do reach out to the hotel to request a room.


Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

At the Fullerton, guests can indulge in a long spa session, take a dip in the pool, or break a sweat at the gym. After these activities, head to the Straits Club for some afternoon tea or an evening canape. There are so many things to do on the property if you just want to stay cool indoors amidst the Singapore heat.

1. Infinity pool

Infinity pool
Source: Expedia

The Fullerton Hotel boasts a 25-meter (82.02-feet) infinity pool overlooking the river. The sparkling blue waters invite guests to enjoy a relaxing swim. The pool is open every day from 7am to 10pm, and you can order refreshments to enjoy poolside from 10:30am to 7pm.

2. The Fullerton Spa

Source: Expedia

A stay in a luxury hotel such as this definitely calls for a session at the spa - and an award-winning one at that. The spa is open from 10am to 10pm and offers a range of treatments. Signature treatments include the deeply relaxing 90-minute Asian Heritage Signature, which involves a deep muscle massage. A selection of facials and body pampering treatments are also available.

If you have the dates for your stay planned, be on the lookout for spa offers. The Fullerton Hotel may have ongoing offers for certain holidays that you can take advantage of.

3. Gym

Source: Agoda

For a quick workout, head to the Fullerton Hotel’s gym located on the mezzanine floor. If you have a Fullerton Wellness Membership, you can make use of the gym, pool, sauna, and steam room. You’ll also be able to access the shower and day lockers. The gym is equipped with treadmills, weights, and other cardio equipment, so you’re all set whether you’re doing leg day, upper body, or cardio.

4. The Straits Club

The Straits Club is an exclusive lounge open to guests who have booked a stay at select accommodations, and it’s open from 6:30am to 9:30pm.

The champagne breakfast (open from 6:30am to 10:30am every day) includes two eggs of your choice. There are also other options such as Singapore laksa, seafood nasi lemak kukus, beef hash with onsen egg, and pancakes with fresh berries. The comprehensive beverage menu includes a list of premium teas, juices, and coffees.

Afternoon tea is from 2pm to 4pm daily, and you can indulge in pastries, fresh scones, and your choice of tea.

Evening canapes and cocktails are available from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, and you can choose from their cocktail menu. It features Merlot red wine, champagne, and a selection of cocktails. If you want a non-alcoholic version, they also have options.

Other privileges of the Straits Club include complimentary pressing of two pieces of clothing, a laundry and dry cleaning service discount of 10%, and free use of the Financial Centre meeting room for two hours if the facility is available.


Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

The Fullerton Hotel houses some impressive dining options. If you’re staying here, you’ll also be entitled to dining offers such as discounts when you present your room key card. For more information on guest dining privileges and to view the terms and conditions, check out this page.

1. The Courtyard

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

While you can enjoy morning refreshments and lunch at the Courtyard, it’s best known for its afternoon tea experience. Traditional afternoon tea is available from 3pm to 5:30pm from Mondays through Fridays. On Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, the first seating is from 12pm to 2:30pm and the second seating is from 3:30pm to 6pm. You can savor classic teatime treats such as cucumber sandwiches, Battenberg cake, and other pastries with your choice of tea or coffee.

We recommend making a reservation from Thursday to Sunday so you can listen to a live harp performance while enjoying your refreshments. If you have any dietary restrictions, do inform them two days before your reservation.

You’ll experience this quintessential tea session inside the historic Fullerton Building, which will surely transport you back in time.

The Courtyard

Open to dietary restrictions: Yes (please inform the establishment 2 days prior)

Website: The Courtyard

Call: (65) 3129 8167


Opening hours: 10:30am - 6pm (daily)

2. Town Restaurant

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

For hearty breakfasts, lunches, or dinners, Town Restaurant is an excellent choice. You can enjoy al fresco dining and a la carte plates. The a la carte menu is full of mouthwatering eats, including ribeye steaks, pasta, and more. Local choices include the Town signature Singapore laksa, Hainanese chicken rice, lobster nasi lemak, and bak kut teh, among others.

If you’re here for a weekend getaway, you’ll be happy to know that Town Restaurant offers a Sunday brunch. On Fridays and Saturdays, you can enjoy delicious grilled specialties for dinner.

Seafood lovers will delight in the Seafood Symphony buffet dinner, which is offered on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Savor king prawns, three-cheese baked lobster, and Creole butter bamboo lobster. There’s also a DIY taco counter and noodle bowl station, and you can wrap up your meal with a delicious dessert.

Do note that there is a semi-casual dress code.

Town Restaurant

Website: Town Restaurant

Call: (65) 3129 8229


Opening hours: 6:30am - 10:30am, 12pm - 3pm, 6:30pm - 10:30pm (daily)

3. Jade

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Jade has been spearheaded by Chef Leong Chee Yeng since 2007. In 2016, he was awarded the Majestic Restaurant Asian Cuisine Chef of the Year, so rest assured, anything that comes out of his kitchen will be a culinary delight.

Dim sum choices include bak kut teh xiao long bao and steamed abalone siew mai to the more indulgent deep-fried mozzarella cheese dumpling. Order from the a la carte menu or choose one of their excellent set menus (price varies per person).

If it’s your first time at Jade, you can opt for Chef Leong’s special menu, “Treasures of the Sea”, which includes a complimentary glass of Craggy Range ‘Te Muna’ Sauvignon Blanc. You’ll enjoy every bite, from the Thai-style deep-fried oyster to the honey oven-baked cod fillet.

Do note that there’s a semi-casual dress code.


Open to dietary restrictions: Yes, please inform the staff if you have any requests.

Website: Jade

Call: (65) 3129 8330


Opening hours: 11:30am - 3pm, 6:30pm - 10:30pm (daily)

4. The Fullerton Cake Boutique

Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

Delicious handcrafted desserts such as cakes and pastries are available at the Fullerton Cake Boutique. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply have a sweet tooth, be sure to stop by to view the selection. From a classic cheesecake to a stunning raspberry lychee rose bandung, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Dine in at the North Courtyard and enjoy your treat with tea or coffee or opt for self-collection and enjoy it in your room.

The Fullerton Cake Boutique

Website: The Fullerton Cake Boutique

Opening hours: 10am - 7:30pm (daily)


Fullerton Hotel
Source: Pexels

Depending on your visit, you can check the Fullerton Hotel’s website to find out if there are any ongoing offers. Some may be available seasonally or during the holidays, and some are also available only for a certain time period.


Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account

1. Fullerton Monument Tour (complimentary)

Hotel guests can take advantage of this hour-long complimentary tour, available on Mondays and Thursdays at 10am and Saturdays at 3:45pm. You can register at the concierge if you want to learn more about the building’s history and see some of its preserved areas.

2. Maritime Journey Tour (complimentary)

The Maritime Journey Tour is another hour-long complimentary tour that’s great for all ages and will help you learn more about the history of Clifford Pier. It’s available on Fridays at 3:45pm and Sundays at 10am for hotel guests.

Nearby attractions

Being centrally located, you’ll find that there’s plenty to see and do near the Fullerton. You don’t even have to take a cab or train to see the city’s top attractions!

1. Merlion Park

The famous Merlion Park is less than a five-minute walk from the hotel, so you can snap a photo in front of Singapore’s icon to mark your time in the Lion City.

2. National Gallery Singapore

Art aficionados need only walk seven minutes to view the largest collection of modern art in Southeast Asia. National Gallery of Singapore is open daily from 10am to 7pm, so spare a few hours for a visit.

Our travel experts weigh in on Fullerton Hotel

“My partner and I definitely enjoyed our stay thoroughly. I am glad to have had the opportunity to stay here actually … I would love to go back … The room was impeccable, and this definitely ranks in my Top 3 staycation stays in Singapore!

[On the pool]

“… the best pool experience I had goes to Fullerton Hotel for an outdoor pool. I love the vibes and ambience. It gives you a cosy urban oasis vibe where you can swim and laze off while looking at struggling office workers haha.”

Dennison Wee

“The room was luxuriously comfortable, the food was splendid, the staff were (mostly) super friendly and service-oriented.”

[On Town Restaurant]

“The service staff were so warm and welcoming! They were incredibly attentive and polite despite the fact that there were so many other tables of guests needing their service … My only regret is not having enough stomach space to try the rest of the local dishes!”


2. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, which belongs to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, is a luxury hotel in the heart of Singapore. It boasts 527 guest rooms, each offering incredible views of the city, the bay, or the ocean from the floor-to-ceiling windows. It first opened in 1987, and its impressive fan-shaped atrium (inspired by the hotel group’s logo) was designed by American architect John Portman.

This 5-star hotel’s central location and fabulous, well-maintained amenities make it a top choice for travelers. It boasts an outdoor pool with stunning city views and an in-house spa with relaxing signature treatments. You can easily spend a day enjoying the hotel’s many amenities and dining in one of its restaurants.

Why it's best for events and weddings

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Source: Agoda

Meetings and business events

If you’re looking for a place to hold a business meeting or event, the facilities at Mandarin Oriental won’t disappoint. Depending on the size of your party and your needs for the event, you can consult this page to learn more about the different venues.


Celebrate your special day at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. They offer wedding lunch and dinner packages so you can get started on your wedding plans. Invite all your friends and loved ones to celebrate with you at the hotel’s newly refurbished Oriental Ballroom.

The package includes a six-course dinner, free-flowing drinks (soft drinks, mixers, and Chinese tea), a model wedding cake for the ceremony, themed floral decoration, complimentary use of the 20-m (65.6-ft) LED wall, and so much more! If you’re interested, you can check out all the details here.

Couples are also offered a bridal event consultant to help ensure things run smoothly during the wedding. They even have four wedding themes that celebrants can customize according to their preferences. This includes cutlery design, flowers, and linens, among other things. Catering services are also available.

Book a stay

Whether you’re a guest at an event, planning one, or just here for a good time, you can easily book a stay at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore through their official website. You can also check out the rates on third-party websites such as Expedia,, or Agoda.

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille

Address: 5 Raffles Avenue Marina Square
1.27 km (0.8 mi) from Clarke Quay

Top guest reviews
excellent in-room service such as cleaning in-room dinning
staff were very friendly and helpful from checkin to checkout
quite an outdated property / service although friendly was quite slow and haphazard
a bit old but excellent condition all staff is wonderful my first choice in singapore
location was great as walking distance to everything we needed to see and also close to mtr station
absolutely wonderful location and staff were fabulous for our stay
Read more reviews

Top room picks

The rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental boast stunning Marina Bay and city views - check out our favorites below!

1. Marina Bay Suite with Balcony

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

A room with a view is a great room - but it’s even better when it comes with a private balcony and incredible views of the Marina Bay waterfront. Binoculars are available on request so you can get a good look at the surrounding area.

This suite measures 62 sqm (667 sq ft) and is furnished with a comfortable king bed and a sofa bed. The luxurious bathtub in the spacious bathroom will tempt you to enjoy a relaxing bubble bath before bed.

Other amenities include a fun make-your-own cocktail kit, an Illy coffee machine for afternoon pick-me-ups, and HD smart TVs. Guests staying at this suite can also enjoy lounge access.

2. Royal Marina Bay Penthouse

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Source: Agoda

Royal Marina Bay Penthouse boasts 393 sqm (4,230 sq ft) of space and has enough beds to sleep a whole family. Besides four bedrooms, it also has a sizeableliving area, a separate dining room that seats eight, and a balcony so you can soak in the views of Marina Bay and the sea.

There’s a make-your-own cocktail kit and a Bose sound system, so the adults can enjoy some evening entertainment from the comfort of the penthouse. Guests of this room can also check out the Oriental Club Lounge, to which they have access.

3. Presidential Suite

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Source: Agoda

The Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is an excellent choice for a luxurious stay. The super king bed promises a restful slumber while the floor-to-ceiling windows provide a backdrop of the glittering Singapore skyline.

In the morning, make a cup of coffee using the Illy coffee machine or use your lounge privileges to savor a delicious champagne breakfast at the Oriental Club Lounge. In case you sleep in and miss it, you can still enjoy delicious pastries from 11am to 2pm.


Be sure to enjoy all the offerings at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore - from spa treatments to hour-long workout sessions with a trainer.

1. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Be sure to check out the signature treatments at the in-house spa, which is open daily from 9:30am to 9pm. You can book the three-hour-long Luminous Glow package that will make you feel brand new. It includes a welcome foot ritual, a brightening body peel, a facial, and an Oriental Essence massage. Different types of massages are also available, as well as spa manicures and pedicures, and waxing treatments.

While the ladies indulge in any number of treatments, the men can also partake in the Gentleman’s Treat and enjoy a therapeutic massage, welcome foot ritual, exfoliating scrub, and a customized facial.

You can book a reservation online, and guests are highly encouraged to book 2 weeks in advance to ensure a smooth experience.

2. Fitness & Wellness

Fitness center

Guests are welcome to use the well-equipped fitness center on-site, so no need to worry about skipping gym day during your stay. You can work out anytime as the gym is open 24/7. If you’re interested in having a personal trainer help out, you can inquire about the hour-long fitness program. If yoga is more your speed, then you’ll be glad to know that yoga classes are also offered.

3. Swimming pool


A stay at any hotel wouldn’t be complete without an afternoon by the pool. The 25-m (82-ft) pool is surrounded by a lush green garden and offers captivating city views. Swim a few laps or simply lounge on the side with a cold drink. The pool is open daily from 7am to 10pm.

The on-site Bay@5, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore’s on-site al fresco lounge, has a poolside menu so you can order some light refreshments.


With so many dining options available, you don’t have to wander far in search of good food if you’re staying at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore.

1. Cherry Garden

Cherry Garden
Source: Expedia

Cherry Garden is the place to be to enjoy delicious Cantonese cuisine at Mandarin Oriental. Lunch and dinner set menus are available, but you can also order from the a la carte menu. The “Peony” lunch set includes dim sum (steamed prawn with black garlic, steamed pork siew mai with baby abalone, and steamed crystal dumpling), golden pumpkin soup, braised abalone, stir-fried green vegetables, pork fried rice, and a refreshing wine cocktail jelly with lychee sorbet for dessert.

For dinner, the pan-fried A4 Miyazaki wagyu beef is a great option and also a signature dish. If you’re craving flavorful noodles, order the stir-fried wheat noodles with prawns and scallops - another signature dish.

Cherry Garden

Open to dietary restrictions: Yes (vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan, and sustainable options are marked on the menu)

Website: Cherry Garden

Opening hours: 12pm - 2:30pm, 6:30pm - 10:30pm (daily)

2. Dolce Vita

Dolce Vita
Source: Agoda

If you love pasta, make a reservation at Dolce Vita. This restaurant serves Italian cuisine with a modern twist. There’s a Saturday brunch menu, an a la carte menu, and a set lunch menu. Guests who enjoy a well-balanced meal can partake in the latter, which includes a starter, a main course, and a dessert.

Signature dishes on the a la carte menu include black truffle pizza, beetroot-infused gnocchi in Gorgonzola cheese sauce, and a 1.5-kg (3.3-lb) oven-roasted Tomahawk ribeye steak with mashed potatoes.

Dolce Vita

Open to dietary restrictions: Yes (vegetarian, vegan, and sustainable options are marked on the menu. Do inform the staff if you wish to know about dishes that contain pork, nuts, or other allergens.)

Website: Dolce Vita

Opening hours: 12pm - 2:30pm, 6:30 - 10:30pm (daily)

3. Melt Cafe

Melt Cafe offers all-day dining and serves delicious food in its lunch and dinner buffets. For lunch, you can make your own salad at the salad bar, sample a wide selection of sashimis and sushis, or fill your plate with flavorful curries. End your meal with a dessert (or two!). Appetizers, seafood, and various other main dishes are also served for dinner. Barbecue is available every Friday to Sunday, so you can enjoy grilled lamb, pork, chicken, or prawn.

Melt Cafe

Open to dietary restrictions: Yes, please inform the staff.

Website: Melt Cafe

Opening hours: 6:30am - 10:30am, 12pm - 2:30pm, 6:30pm - 9:30pm (daily)


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Considered one of the 50 best bars in Asia, MO BAR is worth the stop during your stay at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. Stop by for afternoon tea, which is available from 3pm to 5pm. But if your day is fully booked, you can always come back for pre-dinner cocktails. If you love fruity, tequila-based cocktails, we recommend “Sonamu” (tequila, golden apple, and pine tree). Those who love new mixes and flavors should order the “Ube” cocktail, a whisky-based drink with purple yam, jackfruit, and ice cream.


Website: MO BAR

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 3pm - 12am; Fri - Sat: 3pm - 1am; Afternoon tea: 3pm - 5pm (daily)

5. Morton's, The Steakhouse

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Guests who want to experience a classic American steakhouse should head to Morton’s, The Steakhouse. They offer a variety of cuts, including center-cut filet mignon, bone-in ribeye, signature cut New York strip, and more. You can opt for enhancements such as black truffle butter or blue cheese butter. Order some of their signature side dishes to share - we recommend the herb-roasted cauliflower or au gratin potatoes.

For dessert, you can’t go wrong with Morton’s legendary hot chocolate cake or the equally legendary sundae.

Morton's, The Steakhouse

Website: Morton’s, The Steakhouse


Opening hours: Lunch: Sun: 12pm - 3pm | Dinner: Mon - Sat: 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Sun: 5:30pm - 9pm | Bar: Mon - Sat: 5pm - 10:30pm; Sun: 5pm - 9pm

6. Teppan-Ya

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Savor grilled teppanyaki meat and other delicious Japanese dishes at Teppan-Ya. The set lunch menu includes salad, rice, miso soup, chawanmushi (steamed egg custard), and your choice for the main course. Options are chicken, USDA prime striploin beef, USDA prime tenderloin beef, seafood, or A5 wagyu.

From the dinner menu, you can order a variety of appetizers, sushi rolls, and tempura. We recommend the Teppan Kaiseki course. Finally, wrap up your meal with a refreshing yuzu sherbet.


Website: Teppan-Ya

Call: +65 6885 3595


Opening hours: Tue - Sun: 12pm - 2:30pm, 6pm - 10pm (closed on Monday)


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1. Living Like Crazy Rich Asians

Are you a big fan of Jon M. Chu’s 2018 romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians? Sign up for this tour that will take you to the filming locations of this iconic movie.

The tour costs 360 SGD (266.40 USD) per person, but if you want to include a cocktail workshop at MO BAR, it’ll cost 400 SGD (296 USD) per person.

2. Sidecar Ride

Guests interested in this fun (and free!) 20-minute sidecar ride should book in advance. It’s only available from Thursday to Saturday, between 6pm and 7pm. Enjoy scenic city views on your ride and catch glimpses of Singapore Flyer and Helix Bridge.

You can also book tours to other routes (such as Kampong Glam and Civic District) for an additional 200 SGD (147.99 USD) per person, per sidecar.

3. Yoga for Kids

It’s never too late to introduce your child to the sun salutation flow! For just 50 SGD (37 USD), they can take this hour-long session led by an experienced yoga teacher. The sessions take place every Sunday but do note that a minimum of three participants are required for the class to push through. If you’re interested, don’t hesitate to inquire at the front desk.

4. Cycling Tour

First time in Singapore? Explore Lion City the eco-friendly way and book this complimentary 60-minute cycling tour. It’s available every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30am to 9:30am, but you have to book two days in advance. Plan your stay at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore and book your spot!

Nearby attractions

Ready to explore Singapore? We have some recommendations for you!

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1. National Orchid Garden

National Orchid Garden covers 3 ha (7.41 ac) of space and houses over 1,000 species of orchids, along with 2,000 hybrids. The attraction consists of four “zones”, each one themed after the four seasons. You’ll definitely snap some beautiful photos here.

From Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, the garden is only a 15-minute drive away.

2. Fort Canning Park

Fort Canning Park
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The historic Fort Canning Park is a must-visit when in Singapore, especially if it’s your first time here. It spans 18 ha (44.48 ac) and is a great place to learn about Lion City’s history. It’s also easily accessible from the famous shopping district, Orchard Road.

If you’re planning to head here from Mandarin Oriental, it’ll be a 10-minute drive or a breezy 1.5-km (0.93-mi) walk via Coleman Street.

Our travel experts weigh in on Mandarin Oriental Singapore

[On Marina Bay Suite]

“The highlight of the entire suite was the view! Marina Bay Suite certainly does not disappoints in this aspect. A view that will make any tourists or even a local born and bred Singaporean salivate!”

[On Cherry Garden]

“While expensive, the food is very good here at Cherry Garden, and their service is really attentive.”

Dennison Wee

“The highlight of our stay here was truly the food, service and ambience at Dolce Vita and MO Bar! Superb stuff, we’ll be back for sure. Our room was also generally spacious and pleasant, boasting an incredible view from the hotel’s top floor.”


Best for parties and nightlife

3. Marina Bay Sands Singapore

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You’ve seen it in postcards, magnets, and thousands of Instagram posts: Marina Bay Sands in the backdrop facing the striking Merlion statue. It’s easy to distinguish Singapore from other cities thanks to this impressive three-tower building gracing the Lion City’s skyline. This towering structure isn’t just a luxury hotel - it’s a destination in and of itself. Tourists come here to visit SkyPark Observation Deck or explore ArtScience Museum, among many other attractions.

With 2,561 rooms, it’s the largest hotel in the country. It opened its doors on April 2010 and has welcomed millions of visitors ever since. If you’re planning to stay here, know that you’re guaranteed the best experience in the heart of the city.

Why it's best for nightlife

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Not only will you be in one of the best locations in the city, but you’ll find plenty of things to do at sundown within the three towers of Marina Bay Sands.

MARQUEE Singapore

MARQUEE Singapore

Marina Bay Sands is home to the largest nightclub in the country: MARQUEE Singapore. If you’re looking for a good party, you know where to go! It operates on Fridays, Saturdays, and the evening before public holidays from 10pm to 5:30am. You can buy tickets and make reservations online and check the upcoming events on their website.

Bars and lounges

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There are so many on-site bars and lounges here - one to suit every mood. You can head to AVENUE Lounge to enjoy an intimate bar setting and bespoke cocktails, Dallas Cafe & Bar to try the wine selection from Australia and New Zealand, and Spago Bar & Lounge for incredible city views and a great all-day bar menu.

There are a number of other restaurants and lounges that offer amazing drinks such as craft beers and cocktails. You can find them all listed here.

Book a stay

Book your stay at Marina Bay Sands directly through the website, or check out the rates through third-party websites such as, Agoda, or Expedia.

Marina Bay Sands

Address: Bayfront Avenue, 10
1.74 km (1.1 mi) from Clarke Quay

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Top room picks

If you’re planning your stay in one of the world’s most iconic hotels, you’re probably trying to decide which room to book. Good news for all travelers - Marina Bay Sands is in the process of renovating its rooms and adding new suites, a project that’s set to be completed by the end of 2023. So no matter your pick, you’re sure to enjoy a thoroughly comfortable stay!

1. Orchid Suite - Original Collection

Orchid Suite
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The Orchid Suite is a 71-sqm (764.24-sqft) room that can sleep up to 3 guests. You can opt for a view of either Gardens by the Bay or the city. Each suite comes with its own living room and marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower.

Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast at Spago, Club55, The Club at Renku, or RISE. If you want to stay in, 24-hour room service is also available. After a filling meal, head up to the infinity pool to enjoy a relaxing soak and unparalleled views of the city, or get your daily workout in at the Banyan Tree Fitness Club.

2. Sands Premier Room - Luxe Collection

Sands Premier Room
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This 45-sqm (484.38-sqft) room is packed with excellent amenities. The en suite bathroom boasts a rainfall shower, a bathtub, and Salvatore Ferragamo bath amenities. Similar to the Orchid Suite, you can opt for a view of Gardens by the Bay or the city.

During your stay in this room, you can enjoy turndown service and a bespoke armoire and cocktail trolley with tea, international snacks, juices, and a selection of wines, beers, and cocktails. You’ll also have access to the infinity pool and the Banyan Tree Fitness Club.

3. Presidential Suite - Signature Collection


Ideal for bigger groups or for those who just want to experience one of the finest rooms at Marina Bay Sands, the Presidential Suite is a top-tier choice. You’ll have your own private gym, massage room, and a media room with karaoke, among other incredible amenities. You can also enjoy butler service during your stay.

There are three master bedrooms, two living rooms (one with a baby grand piano), and three standing balconies from which you can enjoy city views.

Bespoke services include in-suite check-in, a round-trip limousine transfer to/from the property, complimentary laundry and dry cleaning, and more. Complimentary breakfast is available, as well as afternoon tea and evening beverages and canapes at Club55 and The Club at Renku. Besides access to the infinity pool and the Banyan Tree Fitness Club, you’ll also get a complimentary massage for two.


Most areas of Marina Bay Sands are wheelchair-friendly. At The Shoppes, guests can approach the concierge to request a wheelchair loan.

Rentals are also available at ArtScience Museum (Level 1), and the whole place is accessible via elevators. Concession rates are available for people with disabilities (PWDs), and service dogs are welcome inside the museum.


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From the famous infinity pool to world-class dining options, you’ll want for nothing during your stay at Marina Bay Sands. Check out some of the facilities you can look forward to when you book a stay here.

1. Infinity pool

Infinity Pool, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
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The infinity pool at Marina Bay Sands is well known - and for good reason. It boasts incredible views, and only guests of the hotel are allowed to use the pool. It’s open from as early as 6am and closes at 11pm, so don’t miss out on the chance to swim in the largest rooftop infinity pool in the world during your stay.

Poolside dining is available from 8am to 10pm, and they have a breakfast menu that’s available from 8am to 11:30am. Breakfast options include buttermilk pancakes, muesli, fried dim sum, assorted pastries, and more. The regular menu offers cocktails, wine, beer, and other beverages, as well as salads, sushi rolls, sandwiches, and desserts. Swim a few laps, work up an appetite, and enjoy a quick bite while taking in the marvelous city views.

2. Skypark Observation Deck

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Open to guests of the hotel and the general public, Skypark Observation Deck is a must-visit attraction when in Singapore. It’s open from 11am to 9pm, and tickets are available online. They can also be purchased at the Marina Bay Sands Box Office, at the SkyPark Ticketing Counter in Hotel Tower 3.

We recommend going at night to enjoy the glittering cityscape and to observe Spectra, the outdoor light and water show, with a birds-eye view.

3. Banyan Tree Spa


Banyan Tree Spa is located on the 55th floor of Hotel Tower 1 and offers a range of world-class treatments. Kickstart your stay at Marina Bay Sands by filling out the spa reservation form online so you can indulge in relaxing treatments.

Banyan Signatures include the “Sense of Place - Harmony Banyan”, a 3.5-hour-long treatment that involves a steam bath, a massage, and more. “Royal Banyan” is perfect for relaxing sore muscles. It includes a jade face massage and a therapeutic herbal bath. You can also choose from a selection of a la carte treatments, from full-body massages to facials that leave your skin glowing.

4. Banyan Tree Fitness Club

Banyan Tree Fitness Club
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If you don’t want to skip gym day, check out Banyan Tree Fitness Club, which is located on the 55th floor of Hotel Tower 2. The gym is fully equipped, so you can hop on the treadmill for a quick run or make use of the free weights and Kinesis wall.

Personal training packages are available from 10am to 9pm if you book in advance.


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Marina Bay Sands offers a range of dining options spread out across the three towers and The Shoppes. No matter what you’re craving, you don’t have to go far to satisfy it. We’ve picked 3 highlights from well over 60 restaurants.

1. Wakuda Restaurant & Bar


Spearheaded by Michelin-starred Chef Tetsuya Wakuda, the eponymous Wakuda Restaurant & Bar is an excellent place to enjoy Japanese fine dining at Marina Bay Sands. It’s located in the lobby of Hotel Tower 2 and operates for lunch and dinner.

The Dining Room offers an a la carte menu. If you’re planning to have dinner here, we recommend trying something from their sushi and nigiri menu or ordering the charcoal-grilled A5 Kagoshima wagyu. They also have rice and noodle options and a great dessert menu. End your meal with the Chitose strawberry parfait or the matcha tiramisu.

On Fridays and Saturdays, you can opt for an 18-course Omakase at the Omakase Room. This is held in a private dining space and offers a culinary experience like no other.

Do note that there is a smart-casual dress code.

Wakuda Restaurant & Bar

Website: Wakuda Restaurant & Bar

Call: (65) 6688 8885

Opening hours: Lunch: Tue - Sat: 12pm - 2pm (last seating); Dinner: Sun - Thu: 5pm - 9:30pm (last seating), Fri - Sat: 5pm - 10:30pm (last seating)

2. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

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This casual Western restaurant was founded by John Kunkel and led by Executive Chef Josh Chua. Both come from culinary and restaurant backgrounds - so you’re in good hands if you dine here!

While they’re most known for their chicken and waffles, the lunch menu includes other mouthwatering options. Try the Nashville hot chicken sandwich or the crispy seared barramundi. For dessert, you can’t go wrong with a slice of key lime pie or a salted caramel bread pudding.

They also have a late-night menu, which is available from 10pm to 12am, as well as a kids’ menu and a vegetarian menu.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is located on B1-07, The Shoppes.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Website: Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Call: (65) 6688 9959

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 11:30am - 12pm; Sat - Sun: 10am - 12am

3. LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar

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If you love a good view, make plans to dine at LAVO. This Italian-American restaurant is located on the 57th floor at Sands Skypark on Hotel Tower 1 - the highest floor on Marina Bay Sands.

The a la carte menu includes various appetizers and salads - we recommend the grilled octopus to start. They also have a seafood bar and a selection of brick-oven pizzas. Options from the grill include Iberico pork chop, New York strip, and bone-in ribeye with your choice of black truffle or garlic butter, chimichurri, house-made steak sauce, horseradish cream, or bearnaise.

On Sundays, LAVO offers a buffet champagne brunch from 12pm to 3pm.

LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar

Website: LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar

Call: (65) 6688 8591

Opening hours: 11am - 10:45pm (daily)


1. Digital Light Canvas

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The Digital Light Canvas by teamLab is a fun installation where you can explore a digital ecosystem. It’s great fun for kids and adults alike and is open daily from 11am to 9pm. You can buy your tickets online or on-site.

2. Sampan Rides

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Invite a friend or a loved one to enjoy a fun Sampan ride around The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Tickets cost 13 SGD (9.79 USD) per person, and it includes 4 digital photo files that you can share on your socials.

3. Spectra

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Spectra is a free 15-minute light and water show held daily at the Event Plaza. This is a great way to end - or start! - your night. Showtimes from Sundays to Thursdays are at 8pm and 9pm. On Fridays and Saturdays, there are three shows: 8pm, 9pm, and 10pm.

Nearby attractions

1. ArtScience Museum

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A visit to Singapore - and Marina Bay Sands - isn’t complete without stopping by ArtScience Museum. Exhibits are highly immersive and interactive - you’ll likely spend a few hours here and not even notice the time passing by! If you only have time to see one exhibit, let it be the “Future World: Where Art Meets Science” exhibit.

They also have a permanent VR Gallery with state-of-the-art headsets and controllers. You’ll have to buy separate tickets for this, but they’re worth the extra cost.

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2. Gardens by the Bay

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Gardens by the Bay is a must-visit attraction in Singapore and it’s just minutes away from Marina Bay Sands. Visit Cloud Forest and snap a photo of the magnificent indoor waterfall before heading to Flower Dome to see unique plant species from all over the world. Opening hours vary, so do check their website for more information. You can buy tickets online or on-site.

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Our travel experts weigh in on Marina Bay Sands

“The room was clean and comfortable with ample space, and the views from various locations in the hotel are really quite unparalleled.

What I must commend is their service … they do get the job done quickly, efficiently and courteously.


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“I booked Marina Bay Sands as a weekend staycation to celebrate our anniversary. We requested the staff for a higher floor and a room with a great view. They did just that, and also sent over complimentary wine and cake, which was really sweet. I was able to see Gardens by the Bay and their light & sound show very clearly from the room. The best part was, of course, their Instagrammable infinity pool, which has amazing city views. At night, it’s dazzling! The pool is for hotel guests only at no extra cost.”

“We also went to their nightclub Ce La Vie, also on the 57th floor, for fancy evening drinks, and took advantage of their room service for dinner. Their room service was quite prompt and the food was delicious. But if someone wants a more pocket-friendly meal, they can head to the MBS food court. This is super easy as the MBS mall is conveniently connected to the hotel and has lots of food options. Overall, it was a weekend done right, and money well spent!”

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Best amenities and facilities

4. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

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The modern Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is exquisitely designed. From its 4,200-piece art collection to its feng shui elements, it definitely has a wow factor. One of the most photographed pieces of art on-site is Frank Stella’s installation, “Cornucopia”, which was made using 138 pieces of wood.

This 5-star property stands 32 stories tall and can easily be spotted in the city skyline. It was designed by Irish-born American architect Kevin Roche, who won the Pritzker Architecture Prize and also designed The Oakland Museum and Convention Centre Dublin.

Guests will love its central location and the uninterrupted views of Marina Bay Sands that it offers from some of its well-appointed guest rooms. A fun fact about this property - if you’re a big fan of Formula One, booking a room here is a must. You can score a room that offers a prime view of the Singapore Grand Prix.

Why it has the best amenities and facilities

One of the reasons why we love the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is because it has some of the best on-site amenities and facilities. So if you’re planning a staycation or a holiday where you know you’ll be spending more time at the hotel than out in the city, this is a great option. Guests will have the chance to view the impressive museum-quality art collection and also take advantage of the Augmented Reality Hotel Art Tour. Here, you can interact with some of the art pieces for a more immersive experience.

Ritz-Carlton also boasts a La Mer spa, state-of-the-art meeting venues and ballrooms for events (including weddings), Michelin-starred dining options, and a 25-m (82.02 ft) lap pool with private cabanas, among others.

Your kids will surely love this hotel too - with the Ritz Kids experience, your little ones can enjoy fun activities on-site. Those aged 4 to 12 will receive a Ritz Kids welcome kit with an activity book and other welcome amenities. We’ve highlighted these amenities and more in detail below!

Book a stay

To book a stay at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, you can check out their official website to view the rates and reserve a room, or head to a third-party website such as, Agoda, or Expedia to view to price differences and make a booking!

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Address: 7 Raffles Avenue
1.47 km (1.0 mi) from Clarke Quay

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Top room picks

Many of the rooms and suites at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore boast incredible views of Marina Bay Sands. We’ve picked our top three favorites here!

1. Grand Marina guest room

Grand Marina guest room

Grand Marina guest room offers 51 sqm (548.96 sqft) of space and can comfortably accommodate up to three guests. This is a great option for couples or small families with one child, as there’s one cozy king bed and a sofa bed in the room. Guests can unwind after a long day by enjoying a hot bath in the marble bathroom before calling for room service, which is available all day.

Evening turndown service is available, so once you’re ready to go to bed, simply phone it in so the staff can assist you. The view of Marina Bay Sands is especially captivating at night, so you can keep your blinds up and fall asleep to the view.

2. Deluxe Kallang with club lounge access

Deluxe Kallang

Guests can opt for either the Deluxe Kallang guest room with one king bed or two twin beds. Either way, both rooms can sleep up to three guests. Those in need of a rollaway bed can request one for an additional 118.80 SGD (89.44 USD) per night.

The marble bathroom features an oversize bathtub so you can enjoy a long soak. 24-hour room service and evening turndown are available. The large window offers views of Kallang Precinct.

Booking this room entitles guests access to the club lounge, which is open daily from 7am to 11pm. You’ll be able to enjoy complimentary cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages, business services, and garment pressing (up to two garments per night). If you book the guest room with a king bed, you can enjoy additional benefits such as personalized check-in and check-out, limousine service from 7am to 10pm (subject to availability), and complimentary tea or coffee served directly to your room.

3. Millenia Suite with club lounge access

Millenia Suite

The 102-sqm (1097.92-sqft) Millenia Suite is a great room for couples seeking a romantic getaway. It features a king bed and a large window with a view of Marina Bay Sands.

Guests who book this room will have access to the club lounge. Savor complimentary drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and a culinary experience that consists of five food presentations daily. Personalized check-in and check-out services are included as a benefit, as well as complimentary limousine services (subject to availability).

If you want to stay in for the night, room service is available 24/7. Get cozy on the sofa in your separate living space and watch a movie on the 65-in flatscreen TV.


Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore has elevators and accessible entrances to public facilities such as the spa, business and fitness centers, and restaurants. Service animals are welcome at the property.

The Deluxe Kallang guest room with two twin beds is mobility accessible and also features a roll-in shower. For more details on mobility accessible rooms, you may reach out to the property for details.


We’ve endorsed the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore as having some of the best amenities among all the luxury hotels in Singapore. Keep reading to learn more!

1. Event spaces

Event space
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Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is equipped with 12 event rooms, so you can host meetings or celebrations here seamlessly. Event management teams are available to help you plan, and there’s also on-site catering. You can even reach out to inquire about their social event packages in case you need help planning the perfect party.

If you’re scouting for wedding venues for your special day, be sure to check out the Grand Ballroom, which boasts 929.03 sqm (10,000 sqft) of space and an excellent sound system.

A request for proposal form is available on their website in case you already have an event in mind!

2. Spa

Take full advantage of Ritz-Carlton’s luxury spa during your stay. It’s renowned for being the first hotel in the Asia Pacific to partner with La Mer, so you’re guaranteed a perfectly relaxing experience. The spa is open daily from 7am to 9pm, and an appointment is required, so don’t forget to book a treatment!

A range of massage therapies is available. Opt for a soothing 60- or 90-minute relaxation massage or an invigorating 90- or 120-minute bamboo massage. The relaxation massage is made even better by the live cello performance at the Ritz-Carlton Spa Suite.

Since you’re here, you can also try the La Mer body treatment, which is a 90-minute treatment that includes body exfoliation and a massage using La Mer products. Various La Mer facials are also available, including a purifying facial meant to deep-clean your skin. Treatments for men, such as massages and facials, are also available.

3. Fitness center

Fitness center
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The state-of-the-art fitness center on-site will motivate you to complete your daily workouts with ease! Access to the gym is free for hotel guests, so make use of the free weights, exercise bikes, treadmills, and other equipment during your stay. You can inquire about a gym membership if you’re interested in having sessions with a personal trainer.

After your workout, give your muscles a chance to recover in the sauna room, or take 10 minutes to decompress in the steam room.

4. Outdoor pool and whirlpool tub

The outdoor pool at Ritz-Carlton is open daily from 7am to 9pm, so you can enjoy an early morning swim or a relaxing dip in the evening. Claim one of the sun loungers to work on your tan or opt for a private cabana if you prefer to have more shade.

In case you get hungry after your swim or you want to enjoy a cold drink while you lounge, you can order light refreshments from the pool bar.

For a truly relaxing experience, step into the whirlpool tub at the Ritz-Carlton Spa and relieve your muscles with a spot of hydrotherapy.


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You won’t be disappointed by the range of dining options at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. From housing a Michelin-starred restaurant to offering an exquisite Sunday brunch, guests are sure to enjoy the culinary experience here.

1. Colony

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Colony serves an impressive selection of international cuisine that’s sure to delight even the most refined palates. This is the restaurant that serves a great Sunday brunch that’s not to be missed.

If you’re staying on a weekday, however, it’s also a great place to stop for lunch. The lunch menu is available from 12pm to 2:30pm and serves a range of delicious options from their seven conservatory kitchens.

Stop by the ice bar for sashimi, sushi, and salad before heading to the grill and rotisserie station to fill your plate with hickory barbecue beef brisket, pan-seared salmon, and pasta. If you’re craving butter chicken and curried prawn, head straight to the tandoor station. There are plenty of other delicious options. For dessert, you can’t go wrong with a classic tiramisu or - if you want to try something new - a slice of ivory raspberry cake.

Do note that there’s a smart-casual dress code, and reservations can be made online.


Website: Colony

Call: (65) 64345288

Opening hours: 6:30am - 10:30pm (daily)

2. Summer Pavilion

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The Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion is the place to be to savor delicious Cantonese cuisine. The kitchen is lead by Chef Cheung Siu Kong who honed his skills in Hong Kong. There are six private dining rooms available if you want to book a private space for an intimate gathering.

The a la carte menu is full of delightful options, and the food is served on elegantly handpainted tableware. Chef’s recommendations include pan-fried Japanese wagyu and braised king scallop. For appetizers, the Summer Pavilion barbecued Iberico pork with honey sauce is a must-try. Vegetarian options are also available.

Summer Pavilion

Website: Summer Pavilion

Call: (65) 64345286

Opening hours: 11:30am - 2:30pm, 6:30pm - 10:30pm (daily)

3. Republic

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For a fun night out, head to the 1960s-pop-culture-inspired restaurant and bar, Republic. They’re known for their extensive cocktail menu. We suggest trying some of the bold and creative drinks from their “Art” menu, which is inspired by various artists and art pieces.

If you’re more of a movie connoisseur, order the Space Odyssey. This concoction contains 12-year-old Glenfiddich whisky, berries, honey, lemon shrub, Telmont champagne, London Essence soda water, and some glitter for extra pizzaz.

Republic also has a lunch menu, a breakfast menu, and an afternoon tea experience. The latter is available from 3pm to 5pm.


Website: Republic

Call: (65) 6434 5289

Opening hours: Mon - Thu, Sun: 9am - 12am, 6:30pm - 10:30pm; Fri - Sat: 9am - 1am


1. Ritz Kids

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If you’re staying at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore with your children, they’re sure to enjoy the Ritz Kids experience. Those aged 4 to 12 will be welcomed with fun amenities, such as an Adventurer Passbook. Their mission will be to collect six animal stamps by following a scavenger hunt map. Once complete, they’ll be rewarded with a free ice cream scoop at the Patisserie in Colony.

For the ultimate Ritz Kids experience, the Ritz Kids Night Safari is the way to go. For 100 SGD (75.29 USD) per night, this in-room camping experience offers a safe and fun way for your children to try camping.

2. Augmented Reality Hotel Art Tour

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For those eager to check out the many pieces of art on display at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, the Augmented Reality Art Tour is sure to enrich your experience. Look for the artwork labels on some of the pieces, such as Frank Stella’s “Cornucopia” in the lobby. All you need to do is scan the QR code on the label with your smartphone and watch the magic happen on your screen!

Nearby attractions

1. Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay

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Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay is undoubtedly one of the most unique structures on the bay. Its design was inspired by the spiky exterior of the durian. At this arts center, guests can take a tour, buy tickets to a concert or play, or check out ongoing exhibitions. For a spot of shopping, head over to Esplanade Mall.

From Ritz-Carlton, Esplanade is about a 10-15-minute walk via Raffles Avenue.

2. Singapore Flyer

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Singapore Flyer, one of the largest observation wheels in the world, is only a 10-minute walk from Ritz-Carlton. You can enjoy various experiences here, including Yoga in the Sky, Sky Dining, and a 90-minute Time Capsule Experience, among others.

Tickets can be purchased online.

Singapore: Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Flyer Combo

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Our travel expert weighs in on Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

“I truly have trouble deciding which aspect was the most memorable during this stay! The extra-mile service was unbelievable, and I commend the fact that the staff here endeavoured to make every part of our stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible … The incredible Marina Bay view from our very spacious room was a strong contender too, as we would just stare out the window for ages admiring the scene. And the club lounge served a generous total of five culinary presentations a day, taking care of all our meals with pretty delicious food no less.”


5. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

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Located on the verdant Orchard Boulevard, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is a quiet oasis in the middle of Singapore’s main shopping and business district. This refined urban sanctuary promises a pleasant and satisfying stay with it’s thoughtfully curated amenities and personalized and empathetic services.

Not only can you unwind at the Four Seasons Spa or take a dip in the rooftop pool but also take a tennis lesson at the two outdoor courts. If you’re yearning to connect with nature, Singapore Botanic Gardens are a six-minute drive away.

Why it has the best amenities and facilities

What’s not to love about a hotel that goes out of its way to provide you with everything you might need? Four Seasons Hotel Singapore promises to make your stay super comfortable with its range of amenities and facilities.

With two pools and tennis courts, a spa, and a fitness center available, you’ll barely want to step outside the property. The plush toys and activity kits for kids are sure to keep them busy too.

But not all amenities tie you down to the hotel itself. For an easy commute to Orchard Road, the shopping and dining headquarters of Singapore, the hotel has an air-conditioned walkway! Airport transportation and car service are also available to ferry you around.

To ensure you want to for nothing, the hotel offers plenty of complimentary services too, from a shoeshine service to a yukata robe selection. You can also avail of a laundry valet, 24-hour pressing, and chauffeur services.

Moreover, your kids will be especially taken care of with a welcome amenity and child-sized robes and slippers.

Book a stay

For a pleasing stay at this hotel, make your bookings via the official website where you can also check out the room rate offer. You can also compare prices and book through third party websites such as, Agoda, and Expedia.

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Address: 190 Orchard Boulevard
2.54 km (1.6 mi) from Clarke Quay

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Tennis court Sauna

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pool area is lovely with amazingly comfortable loungers
rooms are large and clean with lovely comfortable beds
great staff and convenient area
service is really good staff actively looking out for you
the most courteous and helpful staff
staff are super helpful yet incredibly discreet so you never feel any intrusion
other than that minor inconvenience great and friendly place
it’s located right by orchard underground station in a great spot
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Top room picks

Each guest room at Four Seasons is exquisitely furnished to provide a comfortable and relaxing stay. Our top picks are below.

1. Premier Room

Premier room

Perfect for families with kids, these expansive corner rooms give you space to stretch your legs and unwind. The soothing colors of the furnishings create the perfect space to relax and catch a breath on your vacation.

The marble bathroom with double vanity along with the customizable mattress top and the pillow menu available on request are sure to amp up your stay.

2. One-bedroom Club Suite

Club suite

The well-lit One-bedroom Club Suite comes with stylish colonial-style doors and windows featuring plantation shutters that create a chic vibe. You can catch the morning sunrise or enjoy gleaming nightscapes from multiple corners of the suite.

Apart from the private bar, coffee machine, and two LED TVs, booking the suite will also grant you access to the Executive Club. This special club allows you to enjoy all-day refreshments, intimate dining, and much more.

3. Presidential Suite

Elegant black marble floors contrasted against wood paneling make this suite a stately stay option. Thanks to its plush interiors and plenty of seating options, it is perfect for dinner parties or business meetings.

Along with a full marble bathroom that features a bath tub, you also get a powder room. The fully equipped kitchenette and eight-seater dining table ensure you have delightful meals in your own space. You’ll also get access to the Executive Club with the booking.


Indulge yourself with the plentiful facilities and amenities at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore.

1. Pools

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You can enjoy a swim at not one but two outdoor pools at Four Seasons. Families with kids can head over to the rooftop pool on the 20th floor that is open from 9.30am to 8pm. Those looking for a more peaceful swimming experience can make use of the Lap and Quiet Pool on the third floor between 6.30am to 9pm.

2. Spa

For a sensorial experience during your stay, you can select from a range of treatments, facials, and wellness sessions. Our favorite has to be the relaxation room where you get a full-body massage on a therapeutic lounger intended to put you into a zen mode.

3. Family specials

The hotel offers special amenities to help families connect better during their stay and create memories together. Kids under six get complimentary meals for restaurant dining. You can request for a special kid-friendly activity guide of spots around the hotel to maximize the fun. If you’re not in the mood to step out, DVDs and video games are available for in-room entertainment. You can also request for babysitting services to help ease the load.


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At Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, you can experience Omakase dining, award-winning Cantonese, and delicious all-day dining at the in-house Asian brasserie.

1. Nobu Singapore

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Savor delicious Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian twist at Nobu Singapore. They offer weekend brunch with various cold and hot dishes, sushi, and dessert. If it’s your first time dining here, however, we recommend checking out the Omakase menu. Experience Nobu-style teppanyaki, which comes with eight courses, or opt for the Chef’s Table, which comes with eleven courses. The latter includes four cold dishes, meat, soup, two hot seafood dishes, sushi, and two desserts.

Nobu Singapore

Website: Nobu Singapore

Call: +65 6831 7653

Opening hours: Lunch: Mon - Fri: 12pm - 2:30pm | Brunch: Sat - Sun: 12pm - 2:30pm | Dinner: 6pm - 10:30pm (daily) | Bar: 5:30pm - 10:30pm (daily)

2. One-Ninety Restaurant

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This modern Asian brasserie is an excellent choice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. If you’re a big breakfast person, you can choose from a selection of continental, American, Chinese, or Japanese options. The classic continental breakfast comes with a bakery basket with jam and honey, a blueberry trifle, and a platter filled with cured ham and cheese.

For lunch, they have a semi-buffet and a selection of entrees, such as pan-seared sea bass, laksa, crispy duck confit, and more. At dinnertime, indulge in the exquisite four-course set menu and choose from their impressive selection of starters, soups, entrees, and desserts.

Takeaway and delivery are available - a great option to have if you prefer to dine in your room. They also do a weekend semi-buffet brunch with a live station and your choice of entree.

One-Ninety Restaurant

Website: One-Ninety Restaurant

Call: +65 6831 7653

Opening hours: Breakfast: 6:30am - 10:30am (daily) | Lunch: Mon - Fri: 12pm - 2:30pm | Weekend brunch: Sat - Sun: 12pm - 3pm | Dinner: 6pm - 10:30pm (daily)

3. Jiang-Nan Chun

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The award-winning Jian-Nan Chung serves delicious Cantonese cuisine for lunch and dinner. The Chef’s Signature set menu for lunch includes chilled South African abalone, braised spiny lobster, braised handmade noodles with XO sauce, double-boiled chicken soup, and your choice of entree. A healthy vegetarian set is available.

Guests can also enjoy set menus for dinner, but a la carte options are available. Order the signature Jiang-Nan Chun Peking duck or the barbecue trio, which comes with honey-glazed pork collar, crispy pork belly, and roasted duck.

Jiang-Nan Chun

Website: Jiang-Nan Chun

Call: +65 6831 7653

Opening hours: 11:30am - 2:30pm, 6pm - 10:30pm (daily)


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Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has various offers ongoing - from bed and breakfast promos to discounts on room rates. If you’re planning to stay here, don’t forget to check here for more information on current offers.

Nearby attractions

Since Four Seasons Hotel Singapore boasts a prime location along Orchard Boulevard, exploring Lion City will be easy.

1. Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo Morning Ticket with Hotel Pick-Up

Singapore Zoo is a must-visit place when visiting with kids. It’s open daily from 8:30am to 6pm, and tickets can be booked online or via third-party websites. It opened in 1973 and is currently home to over 2,800 animals. More than an attraction, it’s a great place for children to learn about various animals. There are 11 zones inside the zoo, so it’s best to come early and figure out which areas and shows you want to see.

From Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, the zoo is about a 30-minute drive away.

Singapore Zoo Morning Ticket with Hotel Pick-Up

Duration: 4.0 hour

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2. Singapore Botanic Gardens

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Singapore Botanic Gardens is less than a 10-minute drive from the hotel, so you can’t miss it while you’re here. It’s Lion City’s first UNESCO Heritage Site and well worth a visit. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll with your travel companions, visit the National Orchid Garden, or stop by SBG Heritage Museum to learn more about the garden. You’ll also find Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden within the property.

Singapore: Botanical Gardens Entry & Photography Session

Duration: 1.5 hour

Our travel expert weighs in on Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

“Everyone, and I mean everyone, was so incredibly nice (even the phone operators!). Ever willing to extend a helping hand, creating memorable moments for guests and achieving impeccable coordination between teams, the dedicated staff here fully deserve the utmost commendation.”

“From their gloriously spacious and comfortable rooms to the delectable, well-executed dishes, everything was flawless during our stay. I think it also helped that many additional inclusions came as an unexpected surprise, truly living up to the name of the staycation package indeed (: Although we didn’t personally experience it, the hotel does seem quite kid-friendly as they provide specific amenities, services and even pool toys for this age group. All in all, we had an absolutely amazing time here, and we’d definitely be back in a heartbeat!”


Best location

Arguably, all of the hotels on this list are in great locations. We’ve selected properties that allow guests to easily explore Singapore’s top attractions. But some locations are more unique than others, so here are the ones that offer special experiences because of their location!

6. Capella Singapore

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Capella Singapore is a 5-star luxury hotel located in the heart of Sentosa Island. This property has been recognized by international award-giving bodies, such as Travel + Leisure Asia’s Best Awards, Conde Nast Traveler, and Forbes Travel Guide.

It sits on 30 ac (12.14 ha) of lush grounds, with colonial bungalows that date back to the 1880s - so there’s plenty of history here! Guests will enjoy all the trappings of luxury, from a 5-star spa to spacious accommodations with incredible views. There are 112 beautifully designed rooms, suites, and villas, so you can opt for bigger and better if you prefer!

Why it has the best location

While there are many luxury hotels in the heart of the city, we love Capella Singapore’s location on Sentosa Island. It’s surrounded by acres of lush green gardens and boasts incredible sea views. You’ll feel like you’re in an isolated setting, but in reality, Marina Bay Sands is just a 15-minute drive via Keppel Viaduct! So you can enjoy the best of both worlds - a luxurious island getaway and proximity to some of the top attractions in Singapore.

Book a stay

Booking your island getaway at Capella Singapore is easy! You can book directly through their official website.

If you want to compare the rates for third-party websites, we suggest checking out, Agoda, or Expedia.

Capella Singapore

Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille

Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
5.19 km (3.3 mi) from Clarke Quay

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Tennis court

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outstanding location pools views vibe
the service was amazing and the staff is very helpful
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Top room picks

At Capella Singapore, you can opt for a room, a suite, a villa, or even a manor! Check out some of the options below.

1. Constellation Room

Constellation Room

The 77-sqm (828.82-sqft) Constellation Room at Sentosa Singapore is perfect for couples. The king bed is outfitted with a Posturepedic mattress and Frette linen to guarantee a great night’s sleep. In the morning, make a cup of coffee using the Nespresso machine and have your drink out on the furnished balcony. You can enjoy the view of the garden or the sea while savoring some complimentary treats.

Enjoy a refreshing rainforest shower in the bathroom, which features Aesop toiletries.

2. Capella Suite

Capella Suite
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With 100 sqm (1076.39 sqft) of space, Capella Suite is a great option for small families. It can comfortably sleep two adults and two children, and a baby cot is available on request. The wide window boasts a stunning sea view.

For some fresh air, step out onto the balcony, which is furnished with a sunbed. Meanwhile, your children can watch movies on the 46-inch flatscreen TV.

3. One-bedroom or two-bedroom villa

One-bedroom villa
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If you’re planning an escape with a group of friends or with your family and you need more room, you can book the one-bedroom or two-bedroom villa.

The one-bedroom villa has 133 sqm (1431.60 sqft) of space and can sleep two adults and one child or three adults. There’s only one king bed with a Posturepedic mattress, but you can request an additional bed for a fee.

Meanwhile, the two-bedroom villa has 186 sqm (2002.09 sqft) of space and can sleep up to four adults or a family of four.

In either villa, you’ll have your own outdoor terrace with sunbeds and private plunge pool measuring 3m x 3m (9.8 ft x 9.8 ft). After a cooling dip, step into the outdoor rain shower to wash off. These villas also overlook the gardens.

4. Contemporary manor

Contemporary Manor

If the villas aren’t spacious enough for your party, you may want to check out the 391-sqm (4208.68-sqft) contemporary manor that can sleep six adults and one child. It’s located on the edge of the estate and overlooks the gardens.

Compared to the villa, guests staying at the manor will have access to a private lap pool. There’s also an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy some fresh air and a cup of coffee in the morning.


Public areas at Capella Singapore are wheelchair-accessible. Room 301 is also wheelchair-accessible, but you may reach out to the hotel for confirmation.


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Whether you’re hosting an event or planning a family vacation, you’ll find that Capella Singapore is perfectly equipped to meet your needs. Check out some of their facilities below!

1. Grand Ballroom

Grand Ballroom
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The Grand Ballroom at Capella Singapore is an excellent venue for big events, such as parties and weddings. The elegant space boasts an 81-sqm (871.88-sqft) curved LED wall and a glass dome skylight. The pre-function foyer where you can plan a cocktail reception is just as attractive and can accommodate up to 500 guests.

Capella Singapore’s event team can help you plan your perfect day, so if you’re interested in this venue, you may fill in a form on their website.

2. Meeting facilities

Meeting facilities

Need to host a meeting or a conference? Capella Singapore has several spaces equipped for business functions. For smaller meetings, you can opt for Boardrooms I and II, which overlook the resort. Meanwhile, Sentosa Gallery can accommodate 180 guests, and the Gallery can host 100 guests. Either one is perfect for company functions.

Facilities include wireless microphones and free Wifi. Sentosa Gallery and the Gallery are equipped with LCD projectors and screens.

3. Auriga Spa

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Auriga’s 5-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide is well deserved. Not only is the setting perfectly tranquil but the spa menu is also jam-packed with nourishing and rejuvenating treatments. There are nine treatment suites, three of which are designed for couples. If you’re here with your partner, you can book the Unwind and Recharge Journey for Two, which includes a bath ritual, a massage, and an anti-pollution facial. The experience ends with a healthy spa meal.

They have various other treatments for the face and body, including facials for men. You can book an Intuitive Wellness massage and enhance your experience by adding a collagen face mask and a hair treatment.

4. Fitness center

Fitness center
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No need to skip the gym on your holiday! Capella has a fitness center on the first floor so you can still complete your daily workout. Run a few miles on the treadmill or spend some time using the free weights - the state-of-the-art Technogym equipment will make the experience seamless.

5. Swimming pool

Swimming pool
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Capella Singapore boasts an inviting outdoor swimming pool surrounded by lush green trees. You can relax on one of the sun loungers or enjoy the cool waters. The pool is open daily from 7am to 7pm.

If you want to avoid a packed pool, you can reach out to the pool attendants to inquire about the crowd levels.


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Here at Capella Singapore, you can enjoy hearty Italian dishes at Fiamma or flavorful Cantonese cuisine at Cassia.

Private events are taken care of at Chef’s Table, which features a home-style kitchen that creates a casual and inviting ambiance.

1. Fiamma

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Fiamma, led by Chef Mauro Colagreco, serves delicious, hearty Italian food. Book a reservation for lunch or dinner and enjoy handmade pasta, risotto, pizza, and more. The menu is friendly to those with dietary restrictions, marking options that are vegetarian or include pork and alcohol.

Recommended dishes include trofie al pesto (a pesto pasta with calamari, garlic cream, basil, olive, and sun-dried tomatoes) and bistecca alla Fiorentina (a dry-aged T-bone with grilled eggplant and baby potato), which is good enough for two. Finish off your meal with tiramisu or mangosteen panna cotta.

If you’re staying at Capella Singapore on a weekend, Fiamma has an excellent Sunday brunch.


Open to dietary restrictions: Yes (please check the menu to view the options)

Website: Fiamma

Call: (65) 65915046

Opening hours: Lunch:12pm - 3pm; Aperitivo: 2:30pm - 6pm; Dinner: 6pm - 10:30pm (daily)

2. Cassia

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Cassia is a contemporary Chinese restaurant led by Executive Chef Alan Chan. If you’re craving flavorful Cantonese cuisine, this is the place to go. Chef Alan’s Signature Menu features set meals - Chef’s Platter includes chilled fresh South African abalone, deep-fried prawn, and honey-glazed Iberico pork. For an additional fee, you can opt for a wine or tea pairing to go with your meal.


Open to dietary restrictions:

Website: Cassia

Call: (65) 65915045

Opening hours: Lunch: 12pm - 2pm; Dinner: 6:30pm - 10pm (daily)

3. Bob's Bar

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Fridays through Sundays, you can enjoy cocktails as early as 12pm at Bob’s Bar. Their menu offers cocktails, mocktails, beer, wine, and spirits. If you’re planning to enjoy the al fresco setting, we recommend the Garden Mojito, which blends two unique rums, or the Electric Mango if you prefer a fruitier option.

Wine is available by the glass or bottle. Guests can also enjoy post-lunch coffee here.

Bob's Bar

Open to dietary restrictions:

Website: Bob’s Bar

Call: (65) 65915047

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 3pm - 11pm; Fri - Sun: 12pm - 11pm


1. Pet Spa-cation

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If you’re planning a vacation with your pet, you might want to check out Capella Singapore’s pet spa-cation offer. Each package entitles your pet to one Addiction Pet Foods welcome pack and a pet spa session so your four-legged friend can enjoy the VIP treatment. Meanwhile, you can enjoy your choice of accommodation and in-room breakfast for two.

The package is available for dogs and cats only.

2. Bed and breakfast

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For the ultimate vacation or staycation, check out the bed and breakfast package at Capella Singapore. The package is inclusive of accommodation (your choice, subject to availability), daily breakfast for two, complimentary guest benefits, and resort activities. If you believe breakfast to be the most important meal of the day, then this is one offer you don’t want to miss!

Nearby attractions

There are a host of attractions on Sentosa Island - one of the most popular ones being Universal Studios Singapore. If you’re staying at Capella Singapore, you can easily enjoy a day (or two!) at this famous theme park.

1. Universal Studios Singapore

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Universal Studios Singapore is home to thrilling rides such as Battlestar Galactica, Canopy Flyer, and TRANSFORMERS: The Ride, a hyper-realistic 3D experience.

The park is split into six themed zones: The Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Sci-Fi City, New York, Hollywood, and Far, Far Away. Each zone boasts fun rides and character meet-and-greets. Children and adults alike will have a blast exploring the park.

Block a day for Universal Studios on your itinerary and book your tickets online!

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2. Madame Tussauds Singapore

Madame Tussauds Singapore Images of Singapore Gallery
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Take your friends to Madame Tussauds Singapore and snap fun photos with lifelike wax figures of your favorite celebrities! The website has a fun OOTD guide that features all the best photo-ops inside the museum. Tickets are also available online or through third-party websites.

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Duration: 3 hours

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Our travel expert weighs in on Capella Singapore

“The one-bedroom villa was the epitome of luxury, with sizable living spaces, high quality amenities, an outdoor tub, and our very own private pool! Boasting tranquil views of greenery and nature, Capella Singapore is truly a sanctuary away from the bustle of city life. Plus points that it is located fairly close to the beach. All guests have exclusive access to The Living Room, a cosy lounge area where afternoon tea delights and all-day refreshments are served. Be sure to check out their list of complimentary activities in their resort programme as well. I highly recommend the Build Your Own Boba workshop to get a taste of their delicious homemade bubble tea.”


7. Andaz Singapore

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Nestled in the top 15 floors of DUO Singapore, this luxury lifestyle hotel offers a refreshing perspective on the culture and history of the Lion City. Its location near the vibrant and trendy cultural districts of Kampong Glam, Little India, and Bras Basah Bugis make it a top pick for experiencing the best that Singapore has to offer. While designing the hotel, renowned architect Andre Fu paid special attention to weave in the character of the surroundings into the aesthetics of the hotel.

The thoughtfully designed interiors take inspiration from the alleyways and shophouses in the hotel’s neighborhood. The 347 rooms feature earthy and warm tones alongside floor-to-ceiling windows that create a quaint and luxurious space where you can indulge yourself to your heart’s content.

Why it has the best location

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Andaz Singapore is not just located at the heart of culturally rich and trendy districts of Singapore, it also sits atop the Bugis MRT station. You can just take an elevator down and take a quick ride to many popular spots nearby, such as CBD and Orchard Road.

In under 5 minutes, you can take a walk to the iconic Haji Lane, where you can feast your eyes on colorful murals while shopping for souvenirs and trinkets. Or, hop over to Arab Street to dine at some beautiful cafes. If you’re a history buff, take a walk around the Bras Basah Bugis to see the preserved architecture and monuments in one of the oldest Singapore districts.

Once you’re done exploring, wine and dine at well-known restaurants nearby such as Flying Monkey, Atlas, Blu Jaz Café, among others. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the options available.

Book a stay

Head over to the the official website to book a stay at Andaz Singapore. Or, you can make use of third-party websites, such as, Expedia, and Agoda, to compare prices.

Andaz Singapore - a concept by Hyatt

Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille

Address: 5 Fraser Street
1.6 km (1.0 mi) from Clarke Quay

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Amenities & Room:
great spread in buffet breakfast
excellent location and clean modern rooms
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Top room picks

All rooms at Andaz Singapore offer stunning views of the city from their floor-to-ceiling windows. Below are our favorites.

1. Andaz Large Suite King

Andaz Large Suite King
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This indulgent suite spread over up to 1227 sqft (113.99 sqm) can host three adults or two adults and two children. You can enjoy views of the city from each room in the suite, including the oversized bathroom. Enhance your luxurious stay by slipping into the plush robe and slippers, or enjoy a soak in the freestanding bathtub.

Apart from the king bed and relaxed living room sofas, the suite also comes with a powder room. Enjoy complimentary refreshments at the Sunroom as well as a minibar with snacks along with this room.

2. 1 King Bed with Heritage View

1 King Bed with Heritage View
Source: Expedia

This 409 sqft (38.00 sqm) room offers views of the vibrant Kampong Glam streets, allowing you to observe and partake in its bustle right from your the comforts of your accommodation. In addition to a king bed, it comes with a daybed where you can plonk at the end of an adventurous day. If that’s not enough to restore your strength, the walk-in rain shower or the in-room Nespresso machine are sure to work their charm.

3. 1 King Bed with Sea View, Deluxe

1 King Bed with Sea View, Deluxe
Source: Expedia

There will never be a dull moment if you pick the 1 King Bed with Sea View, Deluxe room. The mesmerizing views of Marina Bay that this room offers are sure to leave you spellbound. This spacious room comes with a king bed and daybed as well as a walk-in rain shower and makes a perfect pick for a romantic getaway.


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The facilities at Andaz Singapore are sure to make you come back for more! From the infinity pool to the grand event spaces, you’ll find enough to fulfil all your needs.

1. Infinity pool

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The infinity pool on level 25 is the ultimate spot to add glamor to your vacation. Relax on the sun loungers as you gaze at at the Singapore skyline or snap some Instagramable pics against a striking view. The pool is open everyday from 8am to 10pm.

2. 24-hour fitness center

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If you like to work out and stay even while you’re on vacation, head over the the 24-hour Fitness Center where you can enjoy a view while working out. Cardio machines and free weights are available for use.

3. Meetings and events

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Andaz Singapore offers a number of spaces to organize board meetings or romantic and corporate events. Depending upon your requirement, you can pick from the 60-pax Studio II that is spread out over 699 sqft (64.94 sqm) to the 5997 sqft (557.14 sqm) Glassroom that can accommodate up to 280 people.


1. 5 ON 25

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The rich colors and warm intricate interiors of 5 ON 25 draw their inspiration from 1950s Singapore. When you step into this dining room, you’re sure to get transported to a bygone era. The restaurant dishes out refined Cantonese cuisine that takes inspiration from the five home-style flavors of Chinese cooking - sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and spicy. The restaurant’s handcrafted mooncakes are a crowd pleaser.

For special occasions, you can also book one of the two private dining suites, Emerald and Ruby.

2. Mr. Stork

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If you’re looking for a unique dining experience, the hotel’s rooftop restaurant, Mr. Stork, is here to end your search. With 360-degree views of the city from level 39 and tepee seating amidst a tropical landscape, you’re bound to have a memorable meal.

The tepee huts are modeled after the nests built by the storks that lends its name to this restaurant. You can enjoy international cuisine and drinks at this al fresco dining venue.

3. Alley on 25

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Alley on 25 serves as a culinary hub of the hotel. This all-day dining venue offers a multicuisine menu that’s fluid and spontaneous. With fresh experiences everyday, it aims to recreate the vigour and vibrancy of Singapore’s street food.

Nearby attractions

1. Kampong Glam and Haji Lane

Explore Kampong Glam and Haji Lane Walking Tour - Klook

Kampong Glam is among the oldest urban neighborhoods of Singapore. Today, it is a hip spot that invites you to get a glimpse of the past while feasting on local delicacies and stepping into trendy stores. The golden-domed Sultan Mosque and Haji Lane are undeniably must-visit spots!

Explore Kampong Glam and Haji Lane Walking Tour - Klook

2. Little India

Little India Singapore. (8069697671)
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Another colorful and vibrant neighborhood that’s less than a 15-minute walk away from Andaz Singapore is Little India. This bustling neighborhood is decked with beautiful architecture. You can relish sweet treats, go on a shopping spree, or visit the numerous temples in the area.

Our travel experts weigh in on Andaz Singapore

“This was my first stay at an Andaz property and I loved their simple modern minimalist style! I had an extremely pleasant stay at Andaz Singapore and was rather amazed by their lower categories room.”

[On the pool]

“The pool at Andaz is the highlight of the entire stay. Located on the 25th floor this outdoor infinity pool boosting a scenic picturesque view of Marina Bay and CBD. It is the go to place for all Instagrammers.”

Dennison Wee

“Our stay here was pleasant and relaxing … We felt that the hotel’s trendy design carried much of the experience, and as an architect himself, my husband fully appreciated the amount of attention meticulously paid to the little details. Our room was clean and comfortable, and those views from the top were pretty sweet too!”

[On the King Bed City View Room] “It was pretty big and inviting, with stylish furniture and fittings, even having a sizeable corner for a semi-walk-in wardrobe.”


Most historic

8. Raffles Singapore

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Nestled in a colonial-style building, this legendary hotel opened in 1887. In those late years of the 19th century, not only did this stylish hotel become a magnet for travelers because of its grand building and hospitality, but also because of the modern comforts that it began to offer. It was the first hotel in Singapore that had electric lights and fans installed!

News of this iconic hotel in the far east traveled far and wide, and soon, it was thronging with celebrities from all over the world. Well-known authors such as Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling were among its earliest guests, and later, Hollywood actors and directors became its patrons. It is now counted among the last remaining hotels from that century in the world.

Why it's the most historic

In its over 130 years of existence, Raffles Singapore has charmed many visitors. From literary luminaries such as Somerset Maugham, Joseph Conrad, Noel Crawford, and Rudyard Kipling, to celebrities such as Charlie Chaplin and Elizabeth Taylor, its star-studded guest list reads like a who’s who. What’s more, it has even been featured in films such as Pretty Polly (1967) and Paradise Road (1997).

The historic hotel has even witnessed its fair share of history, sometimes becoming a transit camp for war prisoners, and, at others, a site of congregation.

As a badge of honor, in its centenary year, the Singapore Government declared the hotel a national monument in 1987.

Book a stay

You can book a stay at this iconic hotel through its official website or through third party websites such as or Agoda. On booking through the official website, you can make use of special hotel offers to upgrade your stay.

Raffles Singapore

Address: 1 Beach Road
1.03 km (0.7 mi) from Clarke Quay

Parking Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Fitness centre Garden

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Top room picks

All staying options available at this property are suites, allowing you to have a stately vacation. Below are our favorites at this all-suite hotel.

1. Presidential Suites

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Located in the main building, the Sarkies and Sir Stamford Raffles presidential suites are the grandest rooms at Raffles Singapore. These gorgeously luxurious suites are spacious and come with their own private verandah, pantry, and walk-in wardrobe. Carefully selected artworks and antiques adorn the walls and vast spaces of the suites.

Booking these suites will also allow you to avail the services of a butler who is available round the clock. The double-vanity marble bathrooms feature a separate bathtub and walk-in shower.

2. Lady Mountbatten Suite

Lady Mountbatten Suite

Named after the Countess of Burma and wife of Lord Louis Mountbatten, this corner suite overlooks the Beach Road, which once marked Singapore’s original seafront. It comes with a bedroom with a king bed and a separate parlor and dressing room. Butler service is also available in this suite, and you can enjoy a complimentary fruit platter and newspapers.

3. Personality Suites

Personality suite

The Personality Suites at Raffles honor its rich history by paying a tribute to a renowned figure on its celebrated guest list. The 12 suites, each dedicated to a personality, feature unique memorabilia in their parlor and bathroom. You can take your pick from Charlie Chaplin, Elizabeth Taylor, and Pablo Neruda, among others.

The suites are fitted with a king bed or queen and have a garden view.


1. Raffles Spa

Raffles Spa

The spa at Raffles promises a rejuvenating experience, with a wide range of therapeutic and facial treatments available. Seven treatment suites, each named after a gemstone, pamper guests by providing serene and tranquil settings and facilities such as sauna, steam bath, and bespoke treatments.

2. Jubilee Ballroom

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The stunning interiors and cream and gold hues of the Jubilee Ballroom is perfect for hosting any type of event, be it a gala dinner or a dance party. The Venetian light fittings and the chandelier cast a luxurious glow over the space.

This expansive 483 sqm (5199 sqft) ballroom can accommodate up to 550 guests, depending upon seating configuration.


Dining at Raffles Singapore promises to be a grand affair, with plenty of much-loved restaurants and bars, some of which hark back to the hotel’s rich past. Here are our top picks.

1. Butcher's Block

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This avant-garde restaurant offers ingenious meat and seafood dishes cooked on wood fire. High-quality produce sourced from all around the globe is up for display, and the diners can watch it being transformed into exquisite meals by the chefs in an open kitchen.

Techniques such as slow roasting, grilling, and burying with embers are used to create enticing dishes. The luxe meals are complimented by a selection of 200 premium wine labels from which one can pick.

On weekends, in addition to the usual menu, a special comforting favorites selection is available during lunch hours.

2. The Grand Lobby

Grand Lobby

The Grand Lobby of Raffles was once a spot where extravagant parties were hosted. The ceiling-high Victorian pillars and the soft sunlight streaming in from the skylight, at this now restored dining space, make it an elegant and vibrant space to enjoy refreshments.

Relish the finger sandwiches and scones or raise a toast with your choice of champagne. You can also enjoy a range of seasonal delicacies alongside a curated selection of fine teas.

This charming restaurant was the gold winner of Expat Living’s Reader’s Choice Awards 2023 under the ‘Best Afternoon Tea’ category.

3. Long Bar

Long Bar

With decor that takes inspiration from the Malayan way of life in the 1920s, Long Bar transports visitors to a tropical plantation. And that is precisely what it intends to do! This bar is another one of Raffles’ offerings that has a rich past. It had humble beginnings as a set of table placed in an alley facing Bras Basah Road where plantation owners from Malaya congregated.

Long Bar is also the home of the inventive Singapore Sling, often considered a national drink. This pretty pink drink was created by the Raffles bartender, Ngiam Tong Boon, to make it socially acceptable for women to have an alcoholic drink. According to recent news, this drink alone fetches Raffles Hotel a tidy sum!


1. Curated Culture

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To take a deep dive into Singaporean history during your stay, make use of the Curated Culture offer. Organized in collaboration with the National Museum of Singapore (NMS), this offer provides an opportunity to partake local history and culture.

It entitles guests to a private tour of a selected NMS exhibition as well as a history tour with Raffles’ resident historian among other delightful offerings.

2. Suite Serenade

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On select dates, with a minimum stay of two nights, guests can immerse themselves in a musical experience with the suite serenade offer.

Powered by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, the offer entitles guests to dine with a leading Maestro and catch their performance from two VIP seats.

Nearby attractions

1. National Museum of Singapore

Dating back to 1849, National Museum of Singapore is the country’s oldest museum. When it began, it was called Raffles Library and Museum. It is a must-visit spot if you’re interested in Singapore’s history and culture.

The permanent exhibitions include the Singapore History Gallery and Story of the Forest. It is open everyday from 10am to 7pm.

National Museum of Singapore

2. MINT Museum of Toys

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