You only arrive to Singapore now and don’t know where to stay? So, Hotel Interior Designs is your perfect guide. I will tell you the top 5 hotels you can spend a night and be ready to visit Maison et Objet Asia 2015 and even know better the city.
Singapore’s skyline will never be the same thanks to the arresting sight of the 200-metre high Marina Bay Sands, nestled along the Marina Bay waterfront. The Sands SkyPark offers luscious green gardens, a fabulous infinity pool, and top-notch restaurants. Head to Ku De Ta to sample drinks especially prepared by an in-house team of mixologists. But the best part of the experience is the heart-stopping 360-degree view of the vibrant city from the al fresco observation deck.
The InterContinental Hotel is the only hotel in Singapore with an ornate Peranakan design. A strategic location, combined with first-class facilities, makes it a top choice among business and leisure travellers. Over 400 rooms and lavish suites are equipped with state-of-the-art amenities that clearly reflect the hotels incomparable class. A must-try is the Man Fu Yuan Chinese restaurant that provides the ultimate dining experience to fastidious guests.
A 10-minute drive from the CBD brings you to the Capella Singapore Hotel, one of the cushiest spots in the city-state. The hilltop Sentosa Island hotel provides guests with unimaginable opulence amid an enviable backdrop. Guests can enjoy swimming pools, golf courses, a fitness center, spa and spectacular garden villas. Rooms come standard with iPod docks, flat screens, high-tech light panels and free Wi-Fi.
The Raffles Singapore is a classic and one of the most inimitable symbols of Singapore. The hotel still delivers all that Gilded Age, colonial era charm but with modern-day flourishes for the contemporary jetset. It is a charming landmark that embodies both exceptional elegance and luxury. Stylish fixtures and teak floors accent rooms and the iconic Long Bar duly slings cocktails for guests and tourists alike.
For the ultimate private escape, weary, moneyed Singaporeans take a 45-minute fast catamaran ride to the Riau archipelago of Indonesia. The destination: the plush resorts of Bintan Island. The Indra Maya Villas, in particular, draws a discerning crowd, ever-appreciative of luxe extras like private pools and terraces that look out over the South China Sea. Take it in and stroll to the Calypso Bar for a sunset beverage and a toast to your good fortune.