Taking its guests into its lap of luxury, the Four Seasons Hotel offers elegantly appointed rooms and plush, intimate lobby areas perfect for a tete-a-tete. Other features include recreational facilities that are second to none, fine restaurants for discerning palates and a swanky address in an exclusive part of town. Situated along Orchard Boulevard, the hotel is sheltered from the roar of the traffic and is just minutes away from Orchard Road and major commercial hubs.
Located just off Orchard Road, this moderate-sized deluxe hotel exudes timeless elegance, with its exquisitely appointed rooms accented with subtle Asian styling. Guests can enjoy the proximity to Tanglin Shopping Centre and other major shopping malls, dining and entertainment establishments as well as the Financial District. It also lies within walking distance of the Singapore Botanic Gardens and 15-minutes to the Orchard MRT station. The Singapore Changi Airport is accessible within 25-minutes by taxi.
Designed by John Portman, this deluxe business hotel forms part of the Marina Square Shopping Mall, where shopping, dining and entertainment are easily accessible. With the Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre right next door, the Pan Pacific attracts a large clientele of delegates attending conferences and exhibitions. What is more, it is across the road from Suntec City Mall, presenting hotel guests with endless shopping and dining possibilities. While here, don't forget to check out the Fountain of Wealth, the world's largest fountain.
Although largely a business hotel, this five-star property (formerly The Westin Stamford) also attracts diverse groups of leisure travellers. Who can resist the allure of staying at Singapore's tallest hotel? Standing at 73 storeys, it is located in the heart of the city centre with numerous historical monuments and attractions within walking distance, it is part of Raffles City Shopping Centre. The hotel houses more than 1000 luxurious rooms elegantly decorated with cozy furnishings and feature the necessary amenities to assure a comfortable stay. After a hectic day of business or touring around the city, you can enjoy a delicious meal at any one of the 15 restaurants that the hotel houses or, you can choose to just relax and sit back at its chic bar. After that you can enjoy a cooling dip at its swimming pool or just pamper yourself with the relaxing spa therapies, this hotel has a lot to offer.
Its heyday may have been around 1912, but this all-suite hotel has become a Singapore icon. This is where tourists flock to savor the Singapore Sling, and the well-heeled and famous seek respite. It lies near major convention centers, Boat Quay and the Financial District. The Grand Dame accommodates the desires of both day-trippers and residents with 13 food and beverage outlets and lavishly gorgeous suites. She might have been somewhat hedonistic, somewhat colonial but she is always faultlessly elegant. For some, Raffles is Singapore.
Similar to the tranquil paradise in James Hilton's novel, Lost Horizon, the Shangri-La Hotel charms its guests with the ultimate in serene luxury. Popular with visiting heads of state and business travelers, the hotel boasts a huge garden, Koi ponds, lots of lush greenery, a fitness center and free-form swimming pool. It has won many industry awards and praise-worthy mentions from prestigious establishments like Travel Star Award 2015, Conde Nast Traveler Gold List and TripAdvisor.