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Hotels in Singapore are located in one of the whole Asia’s prime destinations. Singapore is famous for being a global financial centre, being among the most densely populated places in the world, having a world-class city airport with a waterfall, and a Botanic Garden that is a World Heritage Site. Singapore is also known as a tourist destination and for its hot and humid climate, being very clean, and growth in the area due to reclaimed land.
Capella Singapore is a modern hideaway that mixes colonial history with a modern and sleek design. Located on the satellite island of Sentosa, this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel combines old-world style with contemporary luxuries in stunning fashion. The gateways to this luxury hotel are its restored, white-washed bungalows, which have histories dating back to the late 1800s when the buildings were used as barracks and common areas for members of the British military and their families.
2.Goodwood Park Hotel
Goodwood Park Hotel is one of Singapore’s heritage hotels, built in 1900 as the Teutonia Club, a social enclave for German ex-pats. The hotel has 233 rooms and suites decorated with a neutral colour palette with light wood furnishings. Singapore’s climate is ideal for lush tropical vegetation and the hotel’s gardens and surrounding grounds are clustered with leafy palms, colourful flowers and elegant shrubs.
3.Six Senses Duxton
Six Senses Duxton sets the tone for its urban blueprint moving forward: a highly central location in Singapore, conversation-starting rooms and multiple wellness and eco touches, so even the most harried business traveller feels like sneaking a quick getaway. The forty-nine room hotel is located in Chinatown, meaning it is surrounded by a hive of activity which includes restaurants, cocktail bars, karaoke bars and much more.
The Six Senses swerves this hustle and bustle with a zen-like atmosphere and eco-friendly insulated double-glazed windows. The seven of the hotel rooms were conceived by the British interior designer Anouska Hemple, each spring different types of chic chinoiserie accents such as wooden screens, lacquer tables and fan-shaped headboards. The Hotel has rooms fitted for both romantic getaways and business travellers.
4.Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore places itself to being the original paradise — debuting in 1971, it was the first hotel of the Shangri-La brand. It is timeless, sophisticated vibe resonates throughout, from the grand dual lobbies to bougainvillaea-filled balconies. The Shangri-La Singapore has 750 rooms and suites located in three different wings, each with its own aesthetic: the Valley Wing is all about top-of-the-line luxury, Tower Wing has a more contemporary feel and Garden Wing offers nature-inspired rooms. The hotel also offers spa treatments, five restaurants, two bars and a pastry shop.
5.Pan Pacific Singapore
Pan Pacific Singapore is located on Singapore’s striking Marina Bay, where by day the deep blue water of the South China Sea sparkle and by night the bright lights from the skyscrapers illuminate a dazzling downtown filled with historical landmarks and modern architecture buildings. The hotel has a 24h-room service, a fitness centre, two tennis courts and a St. Gregory Spa.
6.The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
From the marvellous views of the bay to the interior design, the waterfront Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is the personification of chic. Guest rooms are sleek and modern with high ceilings, marble-topped furniture and floor-to-ceiling windows, to give access to the amazing view.
7.Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Mandarin Oriental Singapore mixes contemporary Asian style with a stunning outdoor pool with views of the Marnina Bay. The guest rooms and suites were designed with oriental influences and motifs that are complemented with silk accents, streamlined furniture. The hotel has two restaurants – the Cherry Garden restaurant that serves authentic Cantonese cuisine and the Dolce Vita, which serves authentic Italian specialities either guests want to eat inside or outside.
8.W Singapore Sentose Cove
East meets West on the island of Sentosa, where W Singapore – Sentosa Cove resides. Experience the contagious spirit of the island and the local attractions and culture. The hotel is filled with pop art and bold sculptures from the likes of Andy Warhol and Wang Zi Wei scattered throughout the public areas. The rooms are filled with hyper-funky furniture with neon-pink mood lighting and a three-dimensional floral appliqué above the bed.
9.The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
Located at Singapore’s Civic District, the Capitol Kempinski has 157 rooms and suite, a theatre, shopping mall, and a luxury apartment complex, occupying two historical buildings – the neoclassical style Capitol Building from 1933 and the Stamford House from 1904. Designed by Pritzker Prize Architecture laureate Richard Meier, the elegant, four-story hotel’s all-white art deco and renaissance façade is a sight to behold. Once inside, the consecrated halls have been beautifully restored with many original details still intact, while modernised with stylish chandeliers, Italian marble flooring and Travertine limestone columns, all bathed in an abundance of natural light.
10.Conrad Centennial Singapore
The Conrad Centennial has 512 rooms and suites fitted for both leisure and business travellers. The Marina Bay location means easy access to the city’s financial district and nearby Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. The rooftop pool pavilion at Conrad Centennial is a great spot to cool down during Singapore’s steamiest weather and has stunning views of the city’s sign.
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