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Grand Hyatt Singapore

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

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

The Grand Hyatt Singapore stands out with its excellent restaurants with open show kitchens. Rooms are large and contemporary. — Oyster

This is an oasis just steps away from the busiest intersection in the city. — Frommer's

Grand Hyatt Singapore sits among major shopping malls and other dynamic luxury hotels — Star Service

Minimalist, almost stark décor, comfortable rooms and excellent service. — Insight Guides

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from $310

Wanderlust

Little India & Kampong Glam 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Wanderlust is an upscale boutique hotel for thrill seekers and design connoisseurs with unique interiors... an adult playground of sorts. — Oyster

As at its more established boutique sibling, Chinatown’s New Majestic, there’s a touch of modern-art wackiness at Wanderlust. — Rough Guide

I stumbled upon this gem of a hotel while staying in Singapore for business. Between the individual artist-designed guest rooms, a phenomenal rustic French-inspired restaurant, and... — Afar Magazine

In a 1920s building in Little India, the 29-room Wanderlust is a whimsical and stylish showcase of Singapore’s new generation of designers. — Condé Nast Traveler

As the name suggests, this hotel is all about whimsy and fun. — Frommer's

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Conrad Centennial Singapore

Colonial District & the Quays 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A 31-story business hotel near the Fountain of Wealth (the world’s largest fountain). . — Travel + Leisure

This Marina Bay hotel boasts tasteful urban style and a relaxing resort vibe. — Gayot

Convenience is key here—nearby are the Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Suntec City, three national museums, and the CBD. — Fodor's

The 31-storey exterior is sleek and futuristic; the striking, tree-filled lobby is centred around a curved marble staircase and a postmodern sculpture. — Time Out

This 31-story hotel focuses on the convention market, but tourists will enjoy the nearby shopping opportunities, and the historical neighborhoods of Chinatown and the colonial city center. — Star Service

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Naumi Hotel

Colonial District & the Quays 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Naumi Hotel is a super-stylish, upscale boutique hotel located in Singapore's business district, surrounded by excellent restaurants and high-end shopping. — Oyster

Balances cool looks with lots of silk and leather and fluffy pillows. The small rooftop infinity pool offers jaw-dropping views. — Lonely Planet

This beautiful boutique offering aims its sights high and generally hits its mark with a clean-lined modern look that avoids the zealous art-school antics of the Wanderlust. — Star Service

After a multi-million dollar facelift, Naumi hotel re-opened in October 2013 with an expanded room count (73 instead of 40 previously) and a vastly refreshed interior. — The Telegraph

Replete with curling vines and steel origami décor, Naumi hotel is a slick city hideaway in Singapore's restaurant-dense business district. — Mr & Mrs Smith

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Marina Mandarin Singapore

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

While not as efficient and elegant as the Ritz-Carlton next door, it is certainly on par with the towering adjacent Pan Pacific's fine facilities. — Star Service

A five-star stay with an iconic 21-story atrium, elegant rooms, city views, and easy access to the Marina Bay area's exciting shopping options, breakfast included — Jetsetter

The four-pearl Marina Mandarin Singapore is a traditional 21-story hotel on Raffles Boulevard in the Marina Bay district, close to attractions like the Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay — Oyster

The Marina Mandarin Hotel in Singapore has a marvelous atrium within its triangular walls. This shot was taken from about 15 floors up and shows the hotel lobby with its amazing design.... — Afar Magazine

Rooms at the Marina Mandarin are crisp and elegant – done up in creams, beiges and browns – and all have balconies; some suites even have views of the harbour. — Time Out

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Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Regent is tucked between Cuscaden and Tanglin roads, at the northern end of Orchard Road -- you'll have to hike about 10 minutes to get to the center of things. — Frommer's

An orchid plant, some delectable little desserts and a plush bed greeted me at The Regent. The hotel is conveniently located downtown. — Afar Magazine

Steps from Orchard Road shopping belt, Regent Singapore - A Four Seasons Hotel features award-winning dining and a gym. — Time Out

Top-flight hotel with an impressive pyramidal atrium above the lobby and beautifully styled rooms, plus a pool, gym and spa. S$420. — Rough Guide

Situated between the bucolic Botanic Gardens and Orchard Road's shopping bonanza, the Regent Singapore provides a luxurious atmosphere in a discreet location. — Oyster

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The Scarlet Singapore

Chinatown & the CBD 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Glamour drips from every chandelier onto the polished black marble floors of this groovy little boutique hotel. — Frommer's

A decadent boutique property in Singapore's atmospheric Chinatown. — Jetsetter

Dark, luscious Scarlet offers great service and svelte rooms just around the corner from drinking hot spots Ann Siang Rd and Club Street. — Lonely Planet

The Scarlet Hotel is a trendy, 80-room boutique in Chinatown, with a cool rooftop restaurant, darkly lit bistro and bar, and rooms with rich, jewel-toned decor. — Oyster

Raffles may have the history, and The Stamford the height, but The Scarlet holds its own among the city's limited number of boutique-hotels — Star Service

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Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Connected to the Tanglin Mall, this hotel has all the necessary comforts—including those for travelers with disabilities. — Fodor's

Located next to The Regent, this value-oriented offshoot from Shangri-La operates along the lines of Marriott’s Courtyard brand: friendly, efficient and well-priced — Star Service

Hipster chic underscores Jen's 565 rooms, from the sculptural furniture pieces and funky wallpaper to the mood lighting that makes the ridiculously comfortable beds appear to levitate. — Lonely Planet

An outdoor pool (which is fairly uncommon in Singapore), a spa and 24-hour gym, a Club Lounge, and a handful of dining spots. — Oyster

Called Jen Tanglin, the 565-key property’s bold, vibrant interiors are thanks to Hong Kong-based firm BTR, who graced the guest rooms with feature walls painted with local references. — Wallpaper

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Carlton Hotel Singapore

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

The upscale, 940-room Carlton Hotel Singapore is centrally located in the heart of the city and features interiors renovated in 2015. — Oyster

Across a busy street from the graceful white colonnades that flank Raffles Hotel's courtyard, the Carlton's exterior is all 20th-century business modern — Star Service

Raffles City, Chijmes, the arts and cultural district, the convention and business areas, and major public transportation are all near this understated and classy modern hotel. — Fodor's

The location, in the center of the historic district, is great. — Frommer's

This multistorey tower of a four-star hotel has elegant rooms, a pool and gym – and excellent rates for what’s on offer. — Rough Guide

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Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Eastern Singapore 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only swish option at Changi Airport is Terminal 3's Crowne Plaza Hotel. — Lonely Planet

So chic that Chanel recently used it for a photo shoot, the Crowne Plaza Changi in Singapore is no ordinary airport hotel—and no ordinary Crowne Plaza either. — Fodor's

Normally convenience over comfort and scenery lures travelers into an airport hotel, but this environmentally innovative property at Changi Airport's Terminal 3 stands apart from the pack. — Gayot

Sunrise, another busy day for all the planes in Changi Airport. — Afar Magazine

Connected to the airport (Terminal Three to be exact), this hotel is a lifesaver for travelers who do not want to wait out their layovers on a cushioned airport bench or airport sleeping room — Star Service

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Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

Singapore 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Perched on a cliff overlooking the South China Sea, the Sentosa Resort & Spa is tailor-made for honeymoons. — Time Out

A nice alternative to the newer and gimmicky hotels on Sentosa, such as the Hard Rock and the expensive Capella, Sentosa Resort and Spa is quiet, classy, and lush. — Frommer's

The remote location of this resort is ideal for business seminars and leisure visitors who wish to escape. — Fodor's

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is a massive luxury resort located on the quieter side of Sentosa Island, overlooking the South China Sea. — Oyster

This property, built in the 1930s and located in lush Sentosa, still sports its original colonial charm, but a renovation and re-branding as Sofitel Sentosa has given it an artsy, French-inspired design spin. — The Telegraph

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Swissotel Merchant Court Singapore

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

The 476-room Swissotel Merchant Court is a modern, upscale hotel that's a seven-minute walk from the bustling nightlife of Clarke Quay and the more relaxed historic setting of Boat Quay. — Oyster

Rising up like a mini-city beside the Singapore River are the expansive terraces of the Merchant Court. — Lonely Planet

One of downtown’s best located hotels, well placed for Clarke and Boat quays and with part of its Ellenborough Market Café encroaching on the riverside promenade itself. — Rough Guide

Merchant Court is beautifully located in the city center, within easy walking distance of Chinatown and the historic and financial districts. — Frommer's

The trend toward developing no-frills hotels for business travelers led the Raffles Group to open Merchant Court, in the Boat Quay district. — Fodor's

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from $192

Ibis Singapore on Bencoolen

Little India & Kampong Glam 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This new hotel is an okay value for leisure travelers. — Frommer's

The three-pearl Ibis Singapore on Bencoolen is a clean, budget-friendly choice for business and tourist travelers who want to be in a central location near a major metro stop. — Oyster

If you’ve stayed in other hotels run by this no-frills chain, you’d probably describe them as functional, modern and a little dull – a perfect match for Singapore, then. — Rough Guide

With clean rooms decked out in pine and orangey hues... the Ibis group probably hopes visitors extend their stay to match the length of the hotel's name. — Lonely Planet

The ibis hotel on Bencoolen Street is Singapore’s first internationally branded economy hotel. — Time Out

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from $134

Concorde Hotel Singapore

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

Once appropriately called the Glass Hotel, the Concorde has a glass canopy that curves down from the ninth story over the entrance, facing southeast for good fortune. — Fodor's

Rack rates here are a joke, but discounts are almost always available, providing arrivals, primarily young Asian travelers, with reasonable value. — Star Service

The atrium lobby, with its glass-panel elevators and line drawings, is beginning to look dated, but this is still a decent hotel. — Lonely Planet

The new management has refurbished all rooms to their former glory, plus much of the hotel's public spaces have been renovated, including the airy atrium lobby. — Frommer's

The 407-room Concorde Hotel Singapore is an upscale property located at the lower end of Orchard Road, close to shopping, restaurants, nightlife, and public transportation. — Oyster

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Orchard Hotel Singapore

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

Its proximity to the activity on Orchard Road, several embassies, and the Botanic Gardens has no doubt contributed to this hotel's popularity. — Fodor's

Just a little off center of Orchard Road's shopping and entertainment hubbub, within view of the three kings of Singapore—Regent, St. Regis and Four Seasons—this long-standing midrange... — Star Service

The 656-room Orchard Hotel Singapore is an upscale property next to the infamous Orchard Towers and near Orchard Road's major shopping areas. — Oyster

The Orchard has a much lower profile than its big-brand neighbours on Orchard Rd and can't claim the same levels of luxury that most of these offer. — Lonely Planet

There's a pleasant buzz about the Orchard Hotel. Perhaps it's the giant wrought-iron clock in the center of the lobby, ticking away the time in London, Tokyo, Singapore, and New York,... — Frommer's

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from $204

Hotel 1929

Chinatown & the CBD 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ultra-hip boutique hotel in the heart of Chinatown that has made headlines in numerous design magazines. — Insight Guides

Housed inside five refurbished 1929 shophouses, this retro-inspired Chinatown hotel is decorated with vintage designer furniture from hotelier Loh Lik Peng’s private collection. — Travel + Leisure

Owned by the same people behind nearby New Majestic, 1929 is also pretty slick, although not in the same class as its big brother. — Lonely Planet

This trendy, inexpensive little place is a real gem in Chinatown, operated by the same people behind the swish New Majestic. — Frommer's

In 2002, owner Peng Loh (who also owns the New Majestic) turned five colonial shophouses into this 32-room boutique property. — Time Out

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Lloyd's Inn

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

Lloyd's is a budget motel in every sense, with few facilities. — Frommer's

Housed in an old, fort-style bungalow, Lloyd’s looks characterful from the outside. — Time Out

Less than 10min walk from Orchard Rd, this motel-like building has large if rather bland and dated accommodation; rates are a steal. S$90. — Rough Guide

Rooms are clean, tidy and fairly spacious, and some have lovely views of the interior courtyard bamboo garden. — Lonely Planet

The three-and-a-half-pearl Lloyd's Inn is a trendy boutique hotel, hidden away on a quiet residential road, within walking distance of shopping on Orchard Road. — Oyster

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Sofitel So Singapore

Singapore 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hip heritage hotel in Singapore's business district with a rooftop pool and interiors designed by Karl Lagerfeld. — Jetsetter

The 134-room Sofitel So Singapore is a luxury hotel situated in Singapore's financial district, near dining and major transportation hubs. — Oyster

Just blocks away from Raffles Place and the Singapore stock exchange, Sofitel So Singapore artfully marries architectural and artistic styles in a spirited fusion that its host city is known for — Star Service

Singapore’s first Sofitel brings 19th century French flourishes with a dash of designer flamboyance to the heart of the Central Business District. — The Telegraph

The Sofitel So doesn't take itself too seriously, displaying a kind of Ian Schrager-meets-Philippe Starck postmodern whimsy and flair. — Afar Magazine

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from $297

Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

Other Islands 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only beachside property in all of Singapore... the Shangri-La Rasa on Sentosa allows guest to walk right out past the pool and onto a private beach area on the western end of Siloso Beach. — Time Out

It's a vast, arc-shape building facing the sea that's popular with both conventions and Singaporean families escaping to the beach for the weekend. — Fodor's

Singapore's only true beachfront resort is ideal for a short family break. — Lonely Planet

Set on an immaculate white-sand beach fringed with coconut palms, this is Singapore's only true beachfront hotel. — Frommer's

Shaped like an open-air theater facing the ocean, Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa is a massive family-friendly hotel with direct access to Siloso Beach. — Oyster

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M Hotel Singapore

Chinatown & the CBD 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If work brings you to the Shenton Way downtown business district, then M Hotel is your best bet. — Frommer's

The dull exterior contradicts the modern and stylish interior of this business hotel. Though it's near the business district, the M hotel is removed from all the hurly-burly. — Fodor's

Combining form and function, M Hotel is geared towards style gurus and business travellers alike. — Time Out

On the southern edge of the CBD, this is a place for Chanel-handbag and Armani-suit business types. — Lonely Planet

A contemporary upscale property offering thoughtful features that attract many business travelers, including extensive meeting facilities, a business center, and free Wi-Fi throughout. — Oyster

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from $176
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