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The St. Regis Singapore
No stranger to the hotel industry, this international change is undoubtedly the top hotel in Singapore as well. Located among the upscale apartments and hotels, you get to summon the butler just by pressing a button for the service. Of course, the rooms are out-of-this-world while you can enjoy the award winning spa as well. Room rates are around SGD350 per night.
It is here that you will see the picturesque scene of the Marina Bay Sands towers. The Ritz-Carlton is known for luxury and probably value-for-money as well as you need not have to travel far to get to the nearest and most famous attractions in Singapore.
So Sofitel City Centre
From SGD340 per night, this is an elegantly designed hotel located along Robinson Road. Staying here is a bonus because you are not far from the Tanjong Pagar train station and a whole lot of food. It is among the latest additions to the hotels in Singapore which made it to the top list quite quickly.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel
You will know you have come to a top hotel just by being at the rooftop bar here known as Lantern. It is one of the most popular hangouts in Singapore as most people come here for the ambiance. The rooms are extravagant but is usually fully booked.
Marina Bay Sands
This is the iconic tourist destination in itself. The Marina Bay Sands is an exciting place to go if you are into luxury and chaos. The volume of people here can be unbelievable but once you are in the hotel, you will surely visit the largest rooftop infinity pool in the world (which is not open to the general public).
One Farrer Hotel & Spa
A night’s stay here is about SGD300 which makes it one of the more affordable options in the top hotels list. You will notice its futuristic design and some very radical colors too. Located about 3 kilometers from the city centre, it is quite a nice option if you do not want to get stuck in the hustle and bustle there.
The Warehouse Hotel
You can stay at The Warehouse Hotel Singapore at about SGD400 per night. As the name implies, The Warehouse has a unique design which comes from the thoughts of Fritz Lang while the restaurant is manned by Willin Low, a local celebrity chef. Do check out the rooftop glass lap pool while you are there.
Mandarin Oriental Singapore
As you can come to expect from Mandarin Hotels, the simple design which is elegantly planned will always give you the rustic and yet comfortable ambiance. This award winning hotel comes with some of the friendliest staff around. Located near to the National Gallery and Singapore Flyer, it is among the top choices among tourists.
Raffles Hotel Singapore
The Raffles Hotel in Singapore is perhaps one of the most historical structures in the country. Built and still standing after more than 130 years, it is known for its Suites which have all been given a makeover not too long ago while it is also known to be the birthplace of the infamous Singapore Sling.
The Fullerton Hotel
With rooms at around SGD300 per night, The Fullerton is surely one of the top hotels in Singapore by reputation and price. It has that classy look which attracts people to come and take photographs. In fact, it is recognized as a National Monument in Singapore, an acknowledgment no other hotel has.
Capella Singapore Hotel
This hotel is proud to be designed by Norman Foster. Located in Sentosa Island, its structures are inspired through colonial times where you will like its rustic and unconventional decorations and charm. What you get is a nice beach-resort style hotel which is both luxurious and comfortable but is costlier than others.
JW Marriott South Beach
The list of top hotels will never be complete with JW Marriott. This is among the most modern-styled hotels in Singapore with some of the most arty decorations. Housing not only luxurious hotel rooms, it is home to the Singaporean Facebook office as well. That in itself is an impressive address.
Four Seasons Hotel
Extremely large rooms (quite a scarcity in limited-land Singapore) and just off Orchard Road, the Four Seasons is within a stone’s throw from the shopping area here. After all, they offer very personalized services if you have stayed here before. If you don’t want to think about what to eat, check out their
Hotel InterContinental Singapore
Located in Kampong Glam, it is unusual to have an international hotel name like Hotel InterContinental here. That is why you will notice its strong Malay and Peranakan motifs in its architecture and interior design. Priced at least SGD350 per night, you will appreciate 5-star luxury when staying here. burgers at the One-Ninety Restaurant.
The Vagabond Club
The Vagabond Club is known as a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. It is at Syed Alwi Road and its art deco outlook just makes it all the more enticing than any other hotels you can visit. Staying here starts from about SGD320 per night where you will like its surroundings and decorations.
Amoy by Far East Hospitality
One thing for sure, the ambiance will pull you in. The rooms come with oriental motifs at about SGD300 per night. There are 37 rooms here, all of which are tastefully designed and decorated for your ultimate pleasure. Without saying much, you feel like you have been transferred back in time in a home of antiques.
Villa Samadhi Hotel
The Villa Samadhi is an affordable top hotel in Singapore. Its colonial outlook that brings you back to the 1920s can be simply mesmerizing. At about SGD220 per night, the rooms are beautifully designed with wooden barrel bathtubs, just to name some of the intricate items here.
The Wangz Hotel is a modern hotel in Tiong Bahru which is not all just about being futuristic. Not far from the food centres here, you will notice its strategic location which is not far from amenities but close enough to the peace and tranquility far from the maddening crowd.
When it comes to dressing, no other hotel does it better than Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, this is where you will see their Tibet-inspired uniforms and their plush headgear who welcomes you with open arms into the hotel before you come across their Neoclassical motif and a Charlie Albone wall.