No. 1: Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is one of the most popular hotels the world over, with its stunning infinity pool and a view to die for. On one end, you get the amazing Gardens by the Bay scenery and on the other end of the hotel, you get the skyline of the skyscrapers that make up the Central Business District in Singapore. Marina Bay Sands is also known for its grand convention centre and of course its world-famous casino.

Marina Bay Sands

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956


No. 2: Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

At the recently concluded USA – North Korea Summit in Singapore, Donald Trump picked the Shangri-La hotel to house him and his personal entourage of security personnel and staff from the Department of State. The Shangri-La Hotel is a favourite hotel of past and present Presidents of the United States of America and other global heads of state and foreign delegations. The Shangri-La Hotel is known to be the hotel with the highest levels of security, discretion and privacy as required by diplomatic visits and high net-worth individuals.

Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350


No. 3: The Ritz Carlton, Millenia Singapore

The Ritz Carlton hosts one of the finest champagne brunches in all of Singapore at the Colony, their in-house fine dining buffet restaurant. Dining at Colony gives you the chance to sample as much as you can eat from The Ice Bar, The Grill, The Steam Basket, The Wok, The Tandoor, The Fruit Stall & The Patisserie. You can enjoy the buffet options with unlimited flutes of champagne (Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc, 2009 and Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Rose 2009.)

The Ritz Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Address: 7 Raffles Avenue, Marina Bay, Singapore 039799


No. 4: The St. Regis Singapore

Having recently hosted Chairman Kim from North Korea in the 2018 Peace Summit in Singapore, the St. Regis Singapore is known to have one of the highest levels of opulence and extravagance. A stay at St. Regis come complete with excellent butler service round the clock. The hotel also offers 4 fine dining restaurants and a globally acclaimed spa.

The St Regis Singapore

Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911


No. 5: Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Known for being a popular choice for posh travellers, the Mandarin Oriental Singapore is a luxury 5 star establishment. The Mandarin Oriental is located a short walk away from the Marina Bay Sands Hotel (stroll along the Helix Bridge to reach the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands) and the Merlion Park (walk past the Esplanade Theatres and along the Jubilee Bridge). The Mandarin Oriental is also one of the hotels along the Singapore F1 Grand Prix Street Circuit so you’ll likely run into one of the drivers if you stay there in the middle of September.

Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Address: 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797


No. 6: Raffles Hotel

Singapore’s longest running 5 star hotel opened in 1887 and has played host to celebrities like Charlie Chaplin and Michael Jackson. Raffles Hotel is one of the few hotels in Singapore to be declared a National Monument and was recently a filming spot for the global smash-hit movie “Crazy Rich Asians”. It’s also known for being the birthplace of the national cocktail, “Singapore Sling” which has been served on its premises since 1915.

Raffles Hotel (Closed for renovation until 2019)

Address: 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673


No. 7: The Fullerton Hotel

Another hotel that is a National Monument in Singapore is the Fullerton Hotel. Travel back in time by staying at Singapore’s first post office which opened the glorious 1920s. The Fullerton Hotel boasts amazing views of the Singapore bay area and an outdoor pool which allows travellers to enjoy the sunny weather in Singapore. The Fullerton Hotel is a popular choice for F1 drivers in September given the close proximity to the street circuit.

Fullerton Hotel

Address: 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178