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7 Raffles Ave., Singapore, 039799, Singapore

Of the numerous five-star hotels lining the marina frontage, the Ritz-Carlton is the most thoroughly impressive. The dramatic tone is set as soon as you enter the light-filled atrium foyer, capped by a massive, swirling-yet-geometric Frank Stella sculpture, and continues with smiling, attentive service through to the tight but unobtrusive security staffers scattered through the public spaces—necessary for safeguarding the hotel’s extraordinary 4,200-piece museum-quality art collection (which includes works by Dale Chihuly, Henry Moore, and David Hockney). The 608 high-ceilinged rooms feel like spacious aeries, with cloudlike feather beds and feather pillows, 46-inch flat screens, and spacious marbled bathrooms that peek out over Singapore’s Manhattan-like skyline.

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Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Of the numerous five-star hotels lining the marina frontage, the Ritz-Carlton is the most thoroughly impressive. The dramatic tone is set as soon as you enter the light-filled atrium foyer, capped by a massive, swirling-yet-geometric Frank Stella sculpture, and continues with smiling, attentive service through to the tight but unobtrusive security staffers scattered through the public spaces—necessary for safeguarding the hotel’s extraordinary 4,200-piece museum-quality art collection (which includes works by Dale Chihuly, Henry Moore, and David Hockney). The 608 high-ceilinged rooms feel like spacious aeries, with cloudlike feather beds and feather pillows, 46-inch flat screens, and spacious marbled bathrooms that peek out over Singapore’s Manhattan-like skyline.