10Best Singapore Hotels
The rooftop infinity pool of the Marina Bay Sands hotel boasts one of the best views from any swimming pool anywhere in the world.
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The swimming pool at Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore continues to impress travellers from around the world. Perched atop the three hotel towers at 200 meters in the air, the infinity pool is 150 meters in length, making it three times the length of an Olympic swimming pool, and the world’s largest outdoor pool at that height. Read more »All New & Notable Singapore Hotels »
The Naumi Liora, a luxury boutique hotel has recently opened in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown. The 79-room hotel is set within a 1920s heritage building, with a choice of single and twin rooms, family arrangements and suites all available. The multi-million dollar refurbishment has persevered original features such as timber flooring and windows, whilst giving the hotel rooms a vibrant and contemporary feel. Facilities include a 24-hour nibble snack bar and fitness room. Read more »All New & Notable Singapore Hotels »
About Singapore Hotels
Singapore is famed for its high-end luxury hotel choices. Indeed the most predominant and striking building on the skyline belongs to the Marina Bay Sands hotel complex, while Raffles Hotel is world-famous for its colonial charm and old-fashioned luxury. The majority of internationally renowned chain hotels, such as Mandarin Oriental, Ritz Carlton, Marriott, and St Regis are clustered around the Orchard Road and Central Business District/Marina Bay areas, making them convenient bases for shopping, business and sightseeing. Sentosa tends to be where beach and fun-loving families head to, while travellers on a budget will find several choices in the Little India and Chinatown areas. If you are bored with the standard business hotel model, you will find a range of quirky, off-beat and stylish boutique retreats across town, but predominantly in the Chinatown area.
- Singapore Expert Marianne Rogerson