Hotels in Singapore
This 769-room stunner, located in the cultural hotbed of Singapore(the Bras Basah art district, home to the Singapore Art Museum) boasts one of Asia’s largest spa facilities.
Just 50 miles east of Singapore is Nikoi Island,a 37-acre private isle off the coast of Bintan fringed by powderywhite-sand beaches. Its 10 Indonesian-inspired bungalows areconstructed from driftwood and outfitted with built-in daybeds,stone-floored bathrooms, and thatch roofs.
Situated in a leafy enclave, this boutique property is one of the city's more intimate hotels. Its vast Asian art collection is generously distributed throughout all 255 rooms, while high ceilings and picture windows infuse a warm, residential feel.
A 31-story business hotel near the Fountain of Wealth (the world’s largest fountain).
This Marina Bay masterpiece is tucked in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, just minutes from main shopping hubs like Suntec City and Orchard Road.
Set right in the heart of the Raffles Place central business district, this sprawling Palladian pile was once home to a general post office.
Located in the Orchard Road shopping district, this 1,051-room hotel is popular with both business travelers and tour groups. The cavernous lobby is decorated with black and white Italian marble and a 70-foot, gold-etched mural entitled 87 Taoist Immortals.
24-hour butler service, a fleet of Bentleys, and one of Asia's premiere private art collections (including an original sketch by Joan Miró) await you at this splendid, downtown high-rise.
It’s no wonder that Capella chose the recently revitalized Sentosa for its Asian debut.
Of the numerous five-star hotels lining the marina frontage, the Ritz-Carlton is the most thoroughly impressive.
778 black-and-taupe rooms and a John Portman–designed atrium, on Marina Bay Harbor.
Room to Book: Panoramic balcony rooms are on the highest floors and look over Marina Bay harbor.
Doubles from $380.
Three wings consisting of unusually shaped rooms (imagine odd angles and curves) on 15 landscaped acres a few blocks from pedestrian-friendly Orchard Road.
Pair of high-rises with residential-style rooms that are more like mini-apartments, just off Orchard Road.
After owner Loh Lik Peng restored the New Majestic’s 1928 Chinatown building, he turned over the interiors to local artists, filmmakers, and fashion designers. The result is dazzling: rooms clad in mirrors or eye-popping murals, furnished with hanging beds or glass-encased tubs.