5 Luxury Hotels You Must Stay on your Singapore Trip

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Singapore is a country that has several reasons to continue staying on the bucket list of travelers. The country has five decades of rich tradition and history enveloped within the present day ultra-modern infrastructure. While this cosmopolitan city strongly upholds its roots, it also finds unique ways to share its culture with its visitors.

From ornately designed structures to bustling cultural streets, luminescent quay sides in the evenings and vivid artistic pleasures, Singapore steals your heart long before you know it.  All this comes with a touch of exquisite and world-class collection of luxury hotels. Here’s a list of 5 luxury hotels in Singapore for your ultimate experience of luxury.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Picture Credits: Toblas Sleben

Imagine having to climb the top of the world and witness the skyline from the edge of an infinity pool. The iconic triple towers of the Marina Bay Sands is the signature architecture of Singapore. The three 55 storied towers connect on the top with a cruise liner shaped terrace one hectare in area, and overlooks the whole of the city at night.


With more than 2500 rooms, Marina Bay Sands Hotel is the 6th largest in Asia and 34th largest in the world. The infinity pool on the Skypark offers a panoramic view of the entire city at night. The Ce La Vi open air restaurant is an opulent 40000 square feet area with a multi-cuisine restaurant, club lounge and Sky deck. The Casino gaming space spreads over 3 floors and serves 2300 slot machines to choose from.

The Marina Bay Sands Casino- Picture Credits: Sarah Ackerman

The rooms are an elegant combination of beige, whites and browns. It serves rooms in 12 different categories starting from Deluxe Rooms to as spacious as the Chairman’s suite. You can enjoy theater shows, events, art exhibitions, nightlife activities, concierges and shopping during your stay here.

Pan Pacific Singapore

Singapore Skyline from Pan Pacific Singapore – Picture Credits-Sancho McCann

Located in the illustrious business district of Singapore, the Pan Pacific Singapore provides direct access to the iconic Marina Center. The hotel offers aristocratic amenities that let you relax, rejuvenate and get spoilt in luxury. It also provides exclusive ‘Urban Retreat Staycation Packages’ with lucrative discounts and dining credits you can’t deny.

Touching the Skies: Picture Credits- Choo Chin Nian

The hotel climbs a lofty 38 floors and accommodates 790 rooms and suites which are designed to give its visitors the ultimate views of the city. Spacious and elegant, the hotel has 6 different styles of rooms, suites and studio for its standard occupants and equal number of rooms referred to as the Pacific styled for its ‘Pacific Club’ members that come with priority check ins, indulgent daily breakfasts and exclusive access to Pacific Club Lounge with scintillating views of the Marina Bay.


It does not end here though. The Pan Pacific boasts of a large collection of cafe’s, in-house marketplace, food theater, a cluster of restaurants offering titillating cuisines  such as the Indian Cuisine at Rang Mahal, Japanese Cuisine at Keyaki, and Cantonese at Hei Tien Lo; fitness center and tennis courts and a sprawling poolside area.

Due to its vast spectrum of services and amenities, the Pan Pacific Singapore continues to be among the most preferred choice of 5-Star hotels in the area.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­The Fullerton Hotel

Fullerton Hotel overlooking the Merlion

The Fullerton Hotel derives its name from the erstwhile Governor of Singapore Straits Settlements – Robert Fullerton. Encompassing the historic Fullerton Building, a classical landmark that dates back to the year 1924, it is an extension of the ancient Singaporean Culture, which once included the Singapore’s General Post Office, Exchange Reference Library, Exchange Room and the Singapore Club. The Fullerton also embraces the famous ‘Merlion’, the national symbol of Singapore. It holds the honor of the Top 10 Hotels to Stay in Singapore by DestinAsian’s Readers Choice Awards 2017.


The Fullerton Hotel is built over an opulent 41000 sq meters area and has 400 rooms and suites that overlook the breathtaking Singapore Skyline and the Marina Bay. The hotel has rooms that have been themed to include the names of the cultural attractions of the city. In all, it serves 16 different categories of rooms and suites with elegant color combinations of beiges, whites, dark browns, and yellows, with slight touches of green.

The hotel comes with an enchanting outdoor infinity swimming pool, fitness center, the refreshing Fullerton Spa, chic restaurants, financial center, and well-equipped meeting and conferencing facilities. Along with a concept of themed dining, the restaurants serve a gastronomical collection of International and local cuisines to choose from in both indoors and outdoors.

­­­­­­­­­­Shangri-La Singapore

The Hotel Shangrila Singapore – Credits

The Shangri-La Hotel is another among the list of oldest and illustrious properties of Singapore. Built in the 1970s, the hotel is nestled amid a sprawling 15 acres of lush greenery and is divided into three distinct wings – The Tower Wing, The Garden Wing and The Valley Wing.

By the swimming pool

The hotel is your very own zen sanctuary where you can relax, rejuvenate and pamper yourself with the myriad choices of luxury. Step in to the First CHI Spa where you can revitalize your senses with several choices of holistic treatments and let the Chi flow freely through your body. The Waterfall Restaurant with an eclectic architecture is your culinary escape to the finest Italian Cuisine with a combination of fresh seafood, heirloom recipes, finest range of wines and hordes of fresh seasonal produce. The Line is an all-day dining restaurant that serves International Cuisines at 16 theater kitchens that comes with a large collection of premium wines, juices and smoothies apart from exotic buffet dinners and lunches.

SingaporeThe hotel has has 747 guest rooms and suites spread over the three wings with 127 serviced apartments and 55 eloquent condominium units. With its iconic landscaping and greenery, the hotel is also referred to as the ‘Singapore’s other Botanical Garden’. The hotel has also won the TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Award for the year 2012.

Parkroyal on Pickering

The Parkroyal overlooks the busy streets of the scintillating Chinatown MRT station and is a collection of luxurious wellness features. It is also closer to the famous nightlife areas of Raffles Place and Clarke Quay and minutes by walk from the Orchard Road. All in all, Parkroyal is in the locality you would like to stay for all the right reasons.

The Parkroyal on Pickering

Inspired by nature, the Parkroyal on Pickering has 367 stylish and eco-friendly rooms spread over 16 floors. The hotel offers four different types of rooms in the standard category and six different styles of suites with exclusive features for its Premium Orchid Club members. Each room has been elaborated with exquisite drapery and soothing color combinations that engages all five senses and enhances your comfort.

SingaporeThe Wellness floor is an elegantly designed area with weaver’s nest shaped isolated cubicles surrounded with a 300 m Zen garden and chic poolside, which forms your perfect luxurious cocoon. A perfect staycation for the honeymooners!!

P.S. I am writing this post as a part of Cleartrip Blogger Outreach Activity April 2017
Hi, I am Rajat, and I travel. It started as a hobby and soon became an addiction. Now, it is a compulsion. I travel to learn, to explore, to click and to dream. Join my journey as I take you along the roads less ventured.. and create memorable experiences.

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