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Fairmont Singapore
4.6/5711 Reviews
Marina Bay
Hubby decided to do a last min staycay hence we only booked this trip about 1 week prior. Choosed Fairmont as the price for the signature salon suite was same as their lead in rooms. Had a pretty enjoyable stay and was sad to leave. What we like Room at 56sqm was very spacious! Big king bed was comfortable Bathroom was spacious too. Water pressure is great! Toiletries have cheeky descriptions on them lol Separate, big wardrobe space Big sofa Location! Connected directly to city hall mrt via Raffles City. Which means you have easy access to all your meals too Managed to get check in at 1.30pm Chromecast What we didnt quite like No bathtub :( (we booked knowing this but was still sad) No marina bay view Pillow was too soft I felt that overall, Fairmont is on par with other nearby hotels like swissotel and pan pacific. So if i were to choose which to come back again, all things equal, i would look at the best deal!
The Barracks Hotel Sentosa by Far East Hospitality
4.7/5166 Reviews
Sentosa Island
Highly recommend. Opened right before Covid. Only 40 rooms. It is a boutique hotel. It has past history and old world charm. Peacock walking around the pool What a jewl ! First floor rooms step out directly to swimming pool. On the second floor, some has room stairs go directly to swimming pool as well. The service is so good. Worth coming back.
Mondrian Singapore Duxton
4.6/5196 Reviews
Chinatown
The hotel itself has a perfect location and it is accessible to everything you need. The staff is friendly and very accommodating and easy access to everything. When it comes to the room not that spacious but still cozy and relaxing vibes in addition to that is the bed and pillows is very comfortable however the toilet has no bidet (Sad). And it has a variety or restaurants inside of the hotel where u can choose from. And my most awaited to try is the pool it is gorgeous, stunning views. Overall experience is excellent.
Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay
4.5/5472 Reviews
Riverside/ Clarke Quay
Good location just by the side of Clarke Quay MRT station. Staff service is good and the pool is a nice one to enjoy. Breakfast food variety is decent. The only downside is the showering area of bathroom as it is not fully partitioned and water spilling out into other area of the bathroom after use!
voco Orchard Singapore, an IHG Hotel
4.3/5231 Reviews
Orchard Road
I stayed here for three nights for a business trip in October. This is not a 5 star hotel as what it claims to be. Lobby is small, the room is old, and water pressure of the bath room could be stronger. One of the room cards they gave me at the front desk was not working. Then the second time I had to go back to them for changing the room card was on that extra night I booked at the same room (it’s even done before arriving Singapore). I think their room card system is old and would not adjust accordingly to changes made to the bookings. Therefore, I think it’s overpriced comparing to other hotels on the same street (Orchard Road) If you viewed it as a four star, services in general was fine. Good choices and services for breakfasts.
Fraser Residence River Promenade, Singapore
4.6/535 Reviews
Riverside/ Clarke Quay
This is a new venue in Singapore, offering guests loads of comfort. It consists of a main building (reception/lounge area/work space) and a newly built building, where the rooms/apartments are located. In between lie the swimming pool 30 mtrs or so long and the gym. Rooms are very comfortable, well designed and well equipped. Staff is very helpful. They offer guests a good breakfast, not abundant but more than enough for us. Around six they offer guests free wine and beer and some snacks. Non alcoholic beverages/coffee/tea are available 24/7. Bicycles are available too.

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Tips for Selecting a 5 Star Hotel in Singapore

Singapore, often referred to as the 'Lion City', is a bustling metropolis nestled amidst the sea. This city-state boasts an intriguing blend of cultural diversity, high-end luxury, and captivating street life. Known for its cleanliness and beautiful green landscape, Singapore is a mix of contemporary architectural wonders and heritage-rich precincts.

Interesting Facts about Singapore

Despite being small in size, Singapore packs a punch with a plethora of interesting facts. It is home to the world's first night zoo, the Night Safari, and is also the greenest city in Asia. Singapore's Changi Airport has consistently been voted as the world's best airport.

Top Attractions in Singapore

From the futuristic Gardens by the Bay to the iconic Merlion Park, there's no shortage of attractions in Singapore. Explore the vibrant neighborhood of Little India or Chinatown for a cultural treat, or venture to Sentosa Island for a day of fun. Don't forget to visit the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark for a panoramic view of the city's skyline.

Singapore's Weather and What to Wear

Singapore enjoys a tropical rainforest climate, which means it's warm and humid throughout the year. The average temperature is between 25°C to 31°C. Light, breathable clothing is recommended given the humidity. Carry an umbrella or raincoat as rain showers are common.

Quick Tips for Choosing a Hotel in Singapore

Near Attractions:

Hotels like Marina Bay Sands and The Fullerton Hotel are ideal for their proximity to popular attractions.

Food Lovers:

For those who want to stay near food joints, hotels near Chinatown or Little India like Parkroyal on Kitchener Road might be a good choice.

Transit Convenience:

For easy access to MRTs, consider hotels like The Ritz-Carlton Millenia or Swissotel The Stamford.

Luxury:

Luxury seekers can opt for high-end options like The Raffles Hotel or The St. Regis Singapore.

Affordability:

For budget-conscious travelers, budget hotels and hostels in areas like Bugis or Lavender might be suitable, such as Hotel 81 or Ibis budget Singapore Sapphire.

Business District:

For business travelers, hotels in the Central Business District like The Westin Singapore or SO Sofitel Singapore would be perfect.

Airport Proximity:

If you prefer staying near the airport, consider Crowne Plaza Changi Airport or Capri by Fraser, which are just a stone's throw away from Changi Airport.

Instagrammable:

For those seeking Instagram-worthy hotels, Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong or The Warehouse Hotel might tickle your fancy.

Singapore, with its mix of cultures and experiences, truly offers an array of options for every type of traveler. Its charm lies in its versatility, and the city is ever ready to offer a memorable and unique experience.

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