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The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 97 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A penthouse clad in light woods, leather and marble that fairly floats over Singapore’s Ridley Scott-like skyline of water and skyscrapers, with the best view to be had from the...Jacuzzi bathtub. — Wallpaper

Of the numerous five-star hotels lining the marina frontage, the Ritz-Carlton is the most thoroughly impressive. — Travel + Leisure

The 16-year-old Ritz-Carlton seems to have it all. — The Telegraph

Glitzy stay on seven acres of gardens with Warhol and Stella art, award-winning service and the best view in town. — Jetsetter

With an impressive contemporary art collection and Singapore’s largest guest rooms, plus stunning bathrooms with views to match. — Insight Guides

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from $361

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's intimate by Singapore hotel standards (100 rooms), and with its top-notch service and wonderful amenities, the property feels exclusive and private. — Oyster

With dazzling bayside views and a refined rooftop bar, The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore is a boutique that exemplifies modern glamour. — Mr & Mrs Smith

You couldn’t ask for a perfect positioning than that of the Fullerton Hotel and Fullerton Bay Hotel – both of which are perched right on the banks of the Singapore River. — Time Out

The newest spot at Fullerton Bay can be found within the protected confines of Clifford Pier. — Wallpaper

Expansive guest rooms swathed in rich browns and glossy woods overlook Marina Bay. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $441

Marina Bay Sands

Chinatown & the CBD 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At a stroke Marina Bay Sands has become the largest hotel in Singapore, with an astonishing 2500 rooms. — Rough Guide

At 57 stories, Marina Bay Sands towers above Singapore. It seems fitting, then, that the massive hotel’s amenities rise to the occasion as well. — Forbes Travel Guide

Reportedly the most expensive stand-alone integrated resort property ever built. — The Telegraph

Now open exclusively to Marina Bay Sands hotel guests, entry into the 146-metre infinity pool... is perhaps worth the price of a staycation alone. — Time Out

See the top floor for great view. Remarkable architecture. — Afar Magazine

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from $315

Raffles Hotel Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At this 1887 landmark named for Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, "beautiful colonial architecture contrasts sharply with contemporary properties" around the city. — Condé Nast Traveler

The modern extension is a mixed bag, but the Raffles remains refreshingly low-rise and still has colonial-era charm in spades. — Rough Guide

A hotel whose name is instantly recognizable, the Raffles Singapore is pure colonial confection, a landmark maintained in its original style, with liveried Sikh doormen greeting guests. — Afar Magazine

One of the world’s most famous hotels, operating since 1887 in high colonial style. — Jetsetter

If price is no object, then Raffles will deliver a blend of luxury, history, and colonial ambiance no other hotel can match. — Frommer's

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from $593

The St. Regis Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the newest additions to Orchard Rd's five-star hotel scene, St Regis doesn't disappoint, from its funky facade to its classic interior and impeccable service. — Lonely Planet

Step into the elegant St Regis and admire the exclusive private art collections that adorn the walls. — Time Out

Since opening its doors in 2007, the St. Regis has cornered the market on commercial cachet. The Regent Singapore opened to similar raves 25 years prior, but this is Singapore's newer... — Star Service

The 299-room St. Regis Singapore is one of the most luxurious hotels in the city. — Oyster

The St. Regis, a new addition to a city chock-full of 5-star accommodation, offers high-quality service and an array of extravagant extras. — Fodor's

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from $289

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its unusual fan-shaped structure and chic, glossy interiors, the Mandarin Oriental makes a long-lasting impression. — Time Out

The design places a premium on comfort and function, with pillow-top beds, roomy closets, a sizable work station, and ergonomic desk chairs. — Concierge

Luxuriously-appointed rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows framing postcard-perfect views of the ocean, the bay or the city. — The Telegraph

This Lion City mainstay, built on reclaimed land, was renovated in 2005, with all 527 rooms and the dramatic, fan-shaped atrium receiving a facelift. — Travel + Leisure

The most elegant of the Marina Bay atrium-style hotels... The Mandarin Oriental's restaurants and bars are excellent (though expensive), and its hushed, exotic spa is to die for. Service is superb. — Frommer's

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from $333

InterContinental Singapore

Little India & Kampong Glam 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A top-class hotel with impeccable Singaporean style. — Lonely Planet

While the hotel remains unmistakably modern and efficient, it's been admirably successful in infusing signatures of the local Peranakan style. — Frommer's

Situated in a clutch of restored 1920s shophouses, the InterContinental is a luxurious nostalgia kick. — Time Out

In the hotel’s 403 rooms and 19 suites, you’ll see a unique design throughout that incorporates a Western sensibility with a distinct Peranakan culture. — Forbes Travel Guide

With its Chinese paintings, wooden paneling, British colonial furnishings, elegant chandeliers, and little foyers, this Bugis Junction hotel exudes old Singapore. — Fodor's

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from $220

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Singapore link in the posh Four Seasons hotel chain keeps up the brand’s reputation with a luxurious but residential atmosphere. — Forbes Travel Guide

Tucked into a corner of the fashionable end of Orchard Road, just five minutes from the MRT station, this hotel is snuggled in lush tropical greenery. It is the smallest and most... — Star Service

Combining the best of both worlds, Four Seasons Singapore is centrally located along Orchard Boulevard but offers the secluded privacy that one craves for the perfect weekend getaway. — Time Out

In a quiet, tree-lined street just off Orchard Rd, the Four Seasons has an elegance few top-end hotels round here can match. — Lonely Planet

Swankier hotels have sprung up around this compact island nation, but the Four Seasons remains Singapore's gold standard when it comes to service and creature comforts. — Concierge

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from $353

New Majestic Hotel

Chinatown & the CBD 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the heart of Chinatown, this arty little hotel is more fun than a barrelful of Dadaists. — Concierge

30 rooms outfitted by Singaporean artists with such features as full-wall mirrors, four-poster beds suspended from the ceiling, and garden terraces. — Afar Magazine

Design-forward boutique in historic Chinatown with 30 art-filled rooms and a top-notch Cantonese restaurant. — Jetsetter

If money is no object, this is the boutique hotel to make a beeline for. — Rough Guide

There’s cool and arty and then there’s this place. It’s a boutique hotel disguised as a modern art museum and, in fact, a group of Singaporean artists designed the rooms. A former row of... — Frommer's

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from $208

Mandarin Orchard Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This tour group favorite is brilliantly located in the center of Orchard Road. — Frommer's

Located in the Orchard Road shopping district, this 1,051-room hotel is popular with both business travelers and tour groups. — Travel + Leisure

This 45-year-old Meritus property has everything going for it: a prime location in the heart of Orchard Road, access to dining outlets and retail therapy on its doorstep and, best of all, affordable rates. — The Telegraph

An elegant yet informal place. — Lonely Planet

Slightly higher standards are available at the nearby Hilton, but this place has a welcome local flavor that will suit frugal travelers in search of good value. — Star Service

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from $256

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For 30 years the Shangri-La has been one of Singapore's top hotels. Presidents have stayed here, but all travelers are treated to the same excellent service. — Fodor's

Well known as Singapore's "other botanic garden"... stunning landscaping is the décor from the glassed lobby and dining areas. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Shangri-La's magnificent 750-room property, centered around 15 acres of lush tropical gardens, is the closest thing to a resort hotel in Singapore. — Concierge

Three wings consisting of unusually shaped rooms (imagine odd angles and curves) on 15 landscaped acres a few blocks from pedestrian-friendly Orchard Road. . — Travel + Leisure

This elegant and airy hotel is just far enough off the main drag of Orchard Road (a 10-minute walk) to have its own sense of remote peacefulness. Spread out and framed in lots of cooling... — Frommer's

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from $301

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Asia's top hotels... Rooms are oases of comfort, stylish and contemporary. — Frommer's

For over 80 years The Fullerton Hotel has stood where the Singapore River meets Marina Bay as a member of Singapore’s old guard. — Afar Magazine

Only some of the award-winning hotel’s 400 rooms offer unobstructed views of the city, so be sure to request for one when booking. — Time Out

Still imposing today... it's been a hotel for high-end travelers (especially business types) since 2001. — Concierge

As impressive as the Raffles, its stunning atrium propped up on massive columns like an Egyptian temple. — Rough Guide

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from $287

Capella Singapore

Other Islands 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Capella is an upscale property in historic colonial-style buildings on Sentosa Island. — Oyster

All rooms are serviced by personal assistants: ask them to arrange night safaris trips to the nearby zoological gardens. — Travel + Leisure

It offers strategic perks such as the South China Sea-facing Bob'€™s Bar, where Asia's top business types gather over the signature Kaffir Lime Mule. — Gayot

An exquisite Sentosa Island colonial/modern hybrid on 30 acres, the first Asian outpost of the nascent Capella brand is a poised yet easygoing hotel that’s refreshing for straight-laced Singapore. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel located on the Singaporean satellite island of Sentosa combines exquisite old-colonial style with contemporary luxuries in stunning fashion. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $527

W Singapore Sentosa Cove

Singapore 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Glamorously edgy rooms and abundant eating choices coupled with prompt service and attention to detail. Strong on pizzazz and wow-factor. — The Telegraph

Sentosa Cove is another quirkily designed entry in the Starwood chain’s trendy W brand. — Fodor's

A new 240-room glass-and-steel hotel on Sentosa Island, a playground of beaches, golf courses, and water slides 15 minutes by cab from downtown Singapore. — Condé Nast Traveler

The W Hotels in the likes of Hong Kong and Taipei have become genuinely hot destinations for locals, and it will be interesting to see if the Singapore version can lure people. — Time Out

At one of Singapore's hottest slumber spots, rooms are playful, whimsical and spacious, with a choice of mood lighting, botanical motifs and good-size bathrooms. — Lonely Planet

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from $296

Goodwood Park Hotel

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The distinguished Goodwood Park boasts a deeply romantic castle-style tower and a rich history. — Time Out

Set on a leafy hillock, designed by the architect responsible for the Raffles, and likewise a genuine landmark in a cityscape characterized by transience. — Rough Guide

The upscale Goodwood Park Hotel is a 233-room heritage hotel located just off Orchard Road, close to shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and public transportation. — Oyster

Service is extremely efficient down to the smallest detail, from the nightly bed turn down to the flashlight in the vanity drawer. — Fodor's

Inspired by a German castle, this century-old classic boasts a pinch of luxury along with treasured old-fashioned charisma — Star Service

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from $245

PARKROYAL on Pickering

Chinatown & the CBD 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The stunning architecture at this hotel integrates environmental principles both inside and out; its lush sky gardens can be seen from the street. — Fodor's

The three-towered, blue-and-green glass property is remarkable for its connecting, undulating tiered design inspired by terraced Balinese rice paddies, and the elevated gardens. — Afar Magazine

Rooms are light, crisp and contemporary, with natural wood and soothing green hues, high ceilings and heavenly mattresses. — Lonely Planet

Guest rooms and suites are similarly nature-inspired, with soft earth-coloured hues. Floor-­to­-ceiling windows let in the natural sunlight and there is a choice of king or twin beds. — Star Service

It's a city with ample green spaces, but even in Singapore you probably wouldn't expect a building to sprout so much greenery from its façade. — Wallpaper

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from $238

Pan Pacific Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Pan Pacific Singapore, which completed a full makeover of its rooms and public areas in 2012, is a solid contender among the business options surrounding the Suntec Convention... — Star Service

Hands down, Pan Pac has Singapore's best business center. — Frommer's

Chic Pan Pacific Singapore promises a stylish stay in one of the Lion City’s most vibrant districts. — Forbes Travel Guide

The vast 35-story atrium of this luxury hotel is filled with greenery and has an exterior elevator that offers staggering city views. — Fodor's

Taking the prize in the flash lobby stakes, the Pan Pacific soars up 35 storeys. — Lonely Planet

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from $224

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This striking 33-story, pagoda-inspired property anchors Singapore's "million-dollar corner"—the intersection of Orchard and Scotts roads. — Fodor's

Forget about the hustle and bustle of the city for a weekend and escape to a resort-like paradise – by checking yourself into one of the Pool Terrace Rooms at The Marriott. — Time Out

This operation opts for public areas with a high level of sophistication, though the high room count keeps staff on its toes—but it appears to have everything under control. — Star Service

One of the plushest hotels on Orchard Rd, occupying a pagoda-style tower rising above Tangs department store. — Rough Guide

A fabulously central location makes this a popular high-end choice. — Lonely Planet

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from $345

Fairmont Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 769-room hotel's sweet spot may be its location above the sprawling Raffles City shopping mall. — Gayot

Situated in the central business district, the Fairmont Singapore hotel is an enormous complex with 769 guest rooms and 16 restaurants and bars. — Travel + Leisure

Part of the Raffles City center in Singapore’s downtown core, Fairmont Singapore’s location is ideal for business travelers or vacationers looking to be in the middle of the action. — Forbes Travel Guide

The revamped lobby is an oasis of serenity, with soothing lighting, modern sculpture, and the sounds of trickling fountains and ambient music. — Star Service

A contemporary hotel at the crossroads of Singapore’s business and shopping districts. — Jetsetter

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from $233

Swissotel The Stamford Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The views are as splendid as you’d expect from one of the tallest hotels in the world, with over a thousand rooms. — Rough Guide

Set atop City Hall MRT interchange, only two blocks from the British-colonial enclave, Civic District, one of Singapore's most historic neighborhoods, Swissotel The Stamford is superbly situated. — Star Service

A five-star stay in the heart of fast-paced Singapore, with breakfast, dining discounts and bicyle hire. — Jetsetter

With more than a thousand rooms and 73 floors, this immense tower is the tallest hotel in Southeast Asia. — Frommer's

Remains one of the city's most desirable addresses for its panoramic views, excellent facilities and unrivalled access to Singapore’s shops and restaurants. — The Telegraph

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from $225
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