Choosing the hotel you want to spend your well deserved holiday in Singapore can be stressful. There are so many different factors to take into account and reading reviews all over the internet can often be more of a headache than helping you make any real progress. To help you with your selection, here is our selection of the 5 great hotels to stay in when visiting Singapore. Singapore is 18+ hours from the US, which can be a mighty long flight in coach. So if you want to ride in style, check out these tips on how to book Singapore business class or first class using only points.
1. Marina Bay Sands
If a five-star hotel experience is what you are looking for, then look no further than Marina Bay Sands. Their infinity pool in and of itself is enough to earn this hotel a spot on the list, but they also boast floor to ceiling windows, stunning views, and award-winning spa treatments. If that’s not enough, Marina Bay Sands throws in complimentary breakfast for the duration of your stay — and complimentary WiFi if you book through their official website.
2. JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach
This Norman Foster-designed hotel is decorated by Phillippe Starck. If you’re unsure what these names mean, allow me to put it simply: The JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach is absolutely immaculate. The hotel itself has 650 rooms to choose from, so although it isn’t a small hotel by any stretch of the imagination, it still manages to boast that boutique feel. They also have an infinity pool and bar, but the main event here is the ultra impressive 18th-floor garden, which provides a wraparound view of Singapore’s city skyline.
3. Naumi Hotel
If you are seeking romantic luxury, look no further than Naumi. Despite being in the middle of the city’s chaos, Naumi feels almost hidden among the city. Soft lighting and cleverly designed rooms make guests feel as if they are on top of the world — and it makes it easy to forget that the rooms are a bit on the smaller side. The rooftop of the hotel includes a pool and plenty of cosy lounging furniture for guests to enjoy throughout the duration of their stay. Although the pool is a bit small (much like the rooms), there is little left to be desired and it all adds to the cosy vibe that Naumi provides.
4. Hotel Vagabond
Have you ever checked into a hotel where the receptionist desk sits behind a life-sized golden rhino? No? How about seen a life-sized elephant sculpture in the lobby of your hotel? Still no? Then you haven’t been to Hotel Vagabond. The cool vibe here is unparalleled, and it is obvious from the moment that you step inside that you’re in for a treat like no other. Every single one of the 41 rooms in Hotel Vagabond has plenty of art adorning the walls and a charming maximalist style that is a little bit crazy and a lot of fun to look at.
5. The Club
If you want to be right where all of the nightlife action happens, you can’t beat The Club’s unique location. Located on the corner of Singapore’s biggest nightlife street, The Club is a step back into the retro era with a Mad Man-esque furnishings and vibe. If you don’t feel like venturing out for a bite to eat, don’t worry. Arguably the best thing about The Club is the restaurant located inside of it. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell serves food all day and is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat and hang out for a bit.
We hope you find the above suggestions useful for your next visit to Singapore. Do leave your comments on some of your favourite hotels in Singapore too.