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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 →

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

Its “modern, elegant architecture” offers views of Singapore’s skyline. — Condé Nast Traveler

Inside, business travelers in expensive suits relax among an impressive collection of avant-garde American art. — Concierge

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

Arguably king of the pricey hotels in Marina Centre, with magnificent views across to the towers of the Financial District – even from the bathrooms, where butlers will fill the bath for you. — Rough Guide

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from $361

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the stunning views of the bay to the interior design, the waterfront Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is the definition of chic. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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

A modern showplace that winks at the city-state’s colonial heritage while celebrating its boomtown present — Jetsetter

A gleaming glass box floating in the Marina, the Fullerton Bay is a sleek and sophisticated choice in the heart of modern Singapore. — Afar Magazine

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from $441

The St. Regis Singapore

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

Facilities are of the high standard that you would expect, though the pool area is overlooked by nearby towers. — Frommer's

If it’s opulence you seek, look no further — The Telegraph

Unwind before bed in the deep tub at the center of the mirror- and marble-filled bathroom, generously stocked with fluffy towels from Ploh. — Concierge

24-hour butler service, a fleet of Bentleys, and one of Asia's premiere private art collections (including an original sketch by Joan Miró) await you at this splendid, downtown high-rise. — Travel + Leisure

British Colonial–style digs in the heart of Singapore's shopping district, with three restaurants and a spa. — Jetsetter

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from $289

Marina Bay Sands

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

You'll lack for nothing as your stay becomes an experience. — Condé Nast Traveler

This hotel has already become a Singaporean icon. The resort has drawn oohs and ahs for its dazzling architecture, and its stunning array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. — Fodor's

This is a good place to have a drink or enjoy dinner - the best view in Singapore. Keep exploring... — Afar Magazine

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

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

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from $315

Raffles Hotel Singapore

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

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

This legendary property, built in 1887, is probably Singapore's most famous tourist attraction. — Concierge

Though celebrating its 125th birthday in 2012, the hotel is still a magnet for A-listers (Elizabeth Taylor, Diane von Furstenberg, and Barry Diller have all stayed here). — Travel + Leisure

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

If you have the budget for just one indulgence, make it a stay at Raffles Singapore — The Telegraph

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from $593

W Singapore Sentosa Cove

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

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

Singapore’s resort island is an easy escape for those wanting to cool off by the pool, and this young-at-heart resort offers plenty of space to do it. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

The 240-room W Singapore Sentosa Cove is a trendy luxury property in Singapore's exclusive Sentosa Cove — Oyster

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

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from $296

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The sumptuous rooms here have stunning views, either over Marina Bay and the ‘durians’ of the Esplanade theatre, or the city skyline. — Lonely Planet

Overlooking Marina Bay and adjacent to the Marina Square shopping mall, this property with a fan-shaped atrium has staff who "welcome you like you are coming home with every visit". — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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

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

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from $333

Capella Singapore

Other Islands 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The best hotel on Sentosa, if not in Singapore, Capella is pure class with outrageously luxurious rooms and a magical location. — Lonely Planet

The 112-room Capella Singapore, which opened in 2009, is the preferred staycation address for the city’s deep-pocketed crowd — The Telegraph

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

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from $527

New Majestic Hotel

Chinatown & the CBD 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The result is dazzling: rooms clad in mirrors or eye-popping murals, furnished with hanging beds or glass-encased tubs. — Travel + Leisure

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

In tiny Singapore, lack of space breeds innovation. A case in point is the New Majestic, a 21-room, 9-suite hotel that also showcases local contemporary art in rapidly gentrifying Chinatown. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $208

InterContinental Singapore

Little India & Kampong Glam 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel is luxurious and has all the amenities you could want, and rates can fall by a quarter at weekends. — Rough Guide

The atmospheric Straits Chinese-inspired lobby — complete with recently revamped Shophouse rooms and suites — is a huge draw. — The Telegraph

InterContinental Singapore is a large, centrally located luxury hotel, with 403 spacious guest rooms and suites — Oyster

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

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

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

Despite the unassuming entrance, Four Seasons Singapore takes its sumptuousness seriously. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

This 255-room five-star hotel just off Orchard Road provides a posh and reliable home away from home for business and leisure travelers alike. — Gayot

The hotel's spa features a therapist from their sister property Chiang Mai, who brings a distinctly Thai sensibility to the massage and aroma therapy regiments. — Travel + Leisure

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from $353

Mandarin Orchard Singapore

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

The rooms, decorated in soothing neutral colours, marry elegance with comfort; and there are recreational facilities galore, including tennis and squash courts. — Time Out

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

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

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from $256

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 84 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

Once home to the General Post Office, the Fullerton is one of Singapore’s grand dames. — Oyster

Stepping into The Fullerton Hotel Singapore in the heart of the city is like taking a trip through time. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

The hotel’s pièce de résistance, though, is the 25-meter outdoor pool that overlooks the Singapore River and the city's skyscrapers. — Travel + Leisure

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from $287

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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 old faithful still epitomizes elegance, with seven-hundred-plus rooms set in oodles of landscaped greenery. — Rough Guide

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

Its timeless, sophisticated vibe resonates throughout, from the grand dual lobbies to bougainvillea-filled balconies. — Forbes Travel Guide

Sprawled out across 15 acres of greenery in the heart of the city, Shangri- La opened in 1971 but remains one of the best hotels in town. — Time Out

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from $301

PARKROYAL on Pickering

Chinatown & the CBD 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

It's a beautiful resort in an urban city, offering sky gardens with picturesque views which makes for a relaxing stay. — Time Out

367 spacious, stylish rooms housed in an impressive high-rise inspired by terraced rice fields and teeming with lush sky gardens and green walls. — Oyster

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

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from $238

Swissotel The Stamford Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Everyone raves about IM Pei's iconic Swissôtel, the tallest hotel in Southeast Asia. — Lonely Planet

Formerly the world’s tallest hotel until it was supplanted in mid 1999, this hotel is practically part of the large shopping complex Raffles City. — Insight Guides

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

A popular choice with flight crews and big tour groups, it has an air of hustle and bustle. — Time Out

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from $225

Pan Pacific Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Pan Pacific Singapore is a luxury, business-oriented hotel that towers over its Marina Bay District in downtown Singapore — Oyster

778 black-and-taupe rooms and a John Portman–designed atrium, on Marina Bay Harbor. . — Travel + Leisure

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

Designed by acclaimed American architect John Portman in 1986, the Pan Pacific is a real showpiece. — Time Out

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

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from $224

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its octagonal, green-tiled pagoda roof, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel has been an architectural icon in Orchard Road since the property started life as Dynasty Hotel in 1982 — The Telegraph

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

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

This 393-room Marriott is an upscale business hotel with top-notch amenities. — Oyster

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

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from $345

Fairmont Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Want the luxury of the legendary Raffles Hotel at a slightly more reasonable price? Join the other value-conscious types across the street at the Fairmont. — Concierge

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

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

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

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

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from $233

Grand Hyatt Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Calm reigns on the guest room floors across two spacious wings: 399 rooms and suites in the Grand Wing fronting Scotts Road and 264 rooms in the Terrace Wing overlooking Hyatt'€™s tropical garden. — Gayot

Pair of high-rises with residential-style rooms that are more like mini-apartments, just off Orchard Road. — Travel + Leisure

For a truly indulgent experience, try the Grand Club rooms, which offer personalised service and use of an exclusive lounge. — Lonely Planet

That commotion outside really is all of Singapore passing in front of this venerable hotel, located smack in the center of the city. — Concierge

The Grand Club executive floor has relocated to the tranquility of the 21st floor with breathtaking skyline views. — Fodor's

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from $310
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