Top Five 5 Star Hotels in Singapore – The Leading Names

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Singapore has a strong economy and is a cosmopolitan country so it’s no surprise that there are some incredible places for you to stay. For an unforgettable experience, why not book yourself into one of the many luxurious and opulent hotels available.

Below are the top five 5 Star Hotels for you to choose from:

The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia

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Set in seven acres of garden oasis and with stunning views of the Singapore skyline and Marina Bay, this hotel has superb facilities and is an amazing place to stay. The hotel has been designed by prize winning architect Kevin Roche and consists of 32 floors. It is a short distance from the Esplanade Arts centre and has a 4,200 piece art collection, including work by Andy Warhol.

The swimming pool is surrounded by waterfalls and tropical plants. The fitness centre benefits from having a Jacuzzi and steam room, exercise equipment, hot and cold plunge pools and a spa. Other amenities of the hotel include meeting and conference facilities, restaurants and a lounge bar. It is suitable for culture, recreation and business.

Places and attractions to visit near the Ritz Carlton Millennia Hotel include Chinatown, Esplanade, Clarke Quay, Singapore Flyer, Little India, Boat Quay, Arab Street and Marina Square. The hotel is approximately 20 minutes from Changi International Airport.

Number of Rooms: There are 608 rooms available.

Lowest Fair: As low as 245 USD per night.

Highest Fair: As high as 745 USD per night.

Address: 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799, Singapore

Notable Awards: The hotel has won many awards including; Travel and Leisure 500 world’s best hotels 2009, Travel Trade Gazette travel awards best city hotel 2008 and Forbes traveller 400 the world’s very best hotels and resorts 2008.

Sheraton Towers

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The location of this hotel is ideal for any executive, being situated on Scotts Road and having easy access to the business district as well as to the shops and attractions. It has excellent facilities including business centre, outdoor swimming pool, Eucalyptus spa, fitness centre, dining room, restaurant and bars.

Places and attractions to visit near Sheraton Towers include; Orchard Road, Newton Circus, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore History Museum and Clarke Quay. The hotel is suitable for business and entertainment.

Number of Rooms: It has 412 luxury rooms.

Lowest Fair: 243 USD per night

Highest Fair: 405 USD per night

Address: 39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230, Singapore

Notable Awards: The hotel has been voted by Conde Naste Traveller Gold List as one of the best places to stay in the world.

Marina Bay Sands

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If you want to adore the pleasure of being in world’s most expensive casino, then must-visit Marina Bay Sands, constructed by Las Vegas Sands. With a complete internal resort, astounding infrastructure and 120,000 m2 exhibition-convention center, this hotel has it all. after enjoying one of the 2500 slot machines or sipping vine on one of the 500 tables in its casino, you can also have fun in its ice-skating zone or 150 meter high infinity swimming pool.

This 20-hectare resort offers the world’s most competitively delicious foods. It is also stocked with events, elite parties and celebrations, in which, every guest of the hotel is warm-welcomed.

Number of Rooms: 2,561 luxurious and spectacular rooms.

Lowest Rate: 270 USD per night

Highest Rate: 330 USD per night

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, Singapore

Notable Awards: World Luxury Spa Awards, Asia’s Best MICE Hotel granted by CEI Asia in 2011 and 2012, Breakthrough Contribution to Tourism Recognition Award in 2011 and nominated for Asia’s Best Convention and Exhibition Center in 2011.

Raffles Hotel

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This historic hotel was actually declared a national monument in 1987. The hotel was refurbished in the 1990s. The hotel has a number of restaurants and bars for guests to choose from. It also has a wealth of other facilities which include; museum, spa, outdoor swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzis, sauna and steam room.

The hotel is around 20 minutes from Changi International Airport. It is within walking distance to Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre and Esplanade. It is suitable for dining, relaxing, shopping, historic learning and cultural interest.

Rooms: There are 103 suites available.

Lowest Fair: 384 USD

Highest Fair: 1084 USD

Address: 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673, Singapore

Awards: Top 100 world’s best hotels’ World’s best awards travel and leisure in 2008, 2007 and 2006, Best Hotels And Resorts Award, DestinAsian Readers Choice Awards 2008 and Best Hotel- International Awards, Singapore Tatler 2008.

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel

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The Mandarin Oriental Hotel was originally designed by American architect John Portman and underwent a complete refurbishment in 2004/2005 where it changed its name from The Oriental. On the Marina Bay and in the heart of Singapore’s business and entertainment district, the hotel’s luxurious design has visitors every need in mind.

For relaxation, guests can visit the Oriental Spa – which benefits from having private treatment rooms with their own shower attached, a couple suites enabling guests to share the experience, and outdoor yoga sessions. Business guests can take advantage of the wireless internet connections in all public areas and they can also purchase wireless internet for their private rooms if required. Other facilities of the hotel include the fitness center, tennis courts, bars, cafe and restaurants.

It is suitable for business, entertainment and relaxation.

Number of Rooms: There are 527 rooms available.

Lowest Fair: 270 USD

Highest Fair: 402 USD

Address: 5 Raffles Ave, Marina Square, Singapore 039797, Singapore

Notable Awards: It has been nominated for World Travel Awards in 2013. Other Awards include 2012’s Singapore Leading Business Hotel Award, Singapore’s Leading Lifestyle hotel Award for 2008 and 2010. It has also been nominated for Singapore’s leading Business and Lifestyle Award consecutively from 2007 to 2013.