Luxury Hotels in Singapore
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- Gardens by the Bay
- Singapore City Hall
- Suntec Singapore
- Raffles Place
- Bugis Street Shopping District
- Singapore National Stadium
- Universal Studios Singapore®
- Marine Life Park
- Siloso Beach
- National Museum of Singapore
- Suntec City
- National University of Singapore
- Singapore Botanic Gardens
- Singapore Expo
- Bugis Junction Shopping Center
- Singapore Flyer
- Marina Bay Sands Skypark
- Mount Elizabeth Medical Center
Singapore Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Singapore for luxury hotelsIf you’re looking for hotels that offer sumptuous comfort, bespoke service, and luxurious amenities, you won’t regret traveling to Singapore, which has an outstanding collection of top-end hotels. The downtown area, with its gleaming skyscrapers and the elegant built heritage of the Colonial District just to the north, is one area where you’ll find a great selection of opulent hotels. More luxury hotels are clustered in the downtown area of Marina Bay, and you’ll find others along tree-shaded Orchard Road which leads north from Downtown.
Top luxury hotels in SingaporeThe Fairmont Singapore is in the heart of Downtown. Book a room with a private balcony for stunning city views, relax at the Willow Stream Spa, or enjoy fine dining at one of the hotel’s 15 restaurants and bars. The Carlton Singapore, set in a majestic skyscraper, offers Premier Club Room guests access to an exclusive lounge on the 19th floor, where sweeping views across the city can be enjoyed with a glass of champagne in hand. The exclusive PARKROYAL, on the edge of Chinatown, is housed in a futuristic-looking building and boasts terraced sky gardens.
Where to find the best fine dining in SingaporeSingapore’s best fine dining restaurants can be found in the downtown district and in the Marina Bay area. There’s intense competition in the city to provide high-end dining and you’ll find restaurants with Michelin stars. Some opt for traditional French haute cuisine, while others offer a more contemporary fusion approach, taking the best of Western and Eastern traditions and adding modern touches. As well as in dedicated restaurants, you’ll find some superb fine dining in the city’s hotels, with many having attracted big-name chefs with international reputations.
The most unique things to do in SingaporeIf you’re in the mood for some luxury retail therapy, take a taxi from your hotel to Orchard Road. There, you’ll find international brands as well as cutting-edge local boutiques selling everything from high fashion to the very latest technology. Singapore is a city on the sea, and a great way to explore the Singapore Strait is by high-powered speed boat. Rentals are available from the Marina at Keppel Bay. If you’d rather view the city’s distinctive skyline from the air, charter a helicopter for the very best views. Book a VIP tour of Singapore’s Universal Studios theme park on Sentosa Island. You’ll have your own tour guide, and there will be no waiting in line for the top attractions and shows.
Best ways to get around SingaporeUse your smartphone to get an Uber cab, or one from the company’s regional rivals, Grab. Cabs are also available to hail on the street, or from dedicated taxi ranks. Alternatively, hire a luxury limousine with a driver to see the city’s sites, or rent a late-model convertible to drive yourself around town. If time is off the essence, the MRT subway system will whisk you around Singapore quickly and efficiently. Buy an EZ-link electronic travel card from one of the many sales points to make your subway journey stress free.
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