Singapore is a great place to visit, with attractions like Universal Studios Singapore, Gardens by the Bay and the Night Safari. But don’t forget that you’ll also want to get a good night’s sleep. Here are some of the best hotels in Singapore:

1. Raffles Singapore

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Raffles Singapore is an iconic luxury hotel located along the Marina Bay waterfront. The central location puts you within easy reach of many attractions, and the hotel itself offers a wealth of amenities: a full-service spa, golf course, tennis courts and swimming pool. While these are all popular activities for guests at Raffles Singapore, many guests prefer to spend their time exploring the city by foot or by public transit.

If you’re looking for family-friendly fun in Singapore during your stay at Raffles (and beyond), there are plenty of great options throughout the city. Dino Park Adventure has been entertaining families since 1995 with its prehistoric experience—you’ll get to see real dinosaurs like Apatosaurus and T-Rex up close! Or head over to Sentosa Island where they have more than 100 rides and attractions including Universal Studios® Singapore.

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2. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

If you’ve got the money, this is the place to stay. The Four Seasons in Singapore will set you back about $1,000 per night. But that’s nothing compared to the amenities: a pool with a waterfall, an outdoor movie theater and even a private beach club on Sentosa Island that includes personal butlers for your guests (and even your dogs).

This hotel has everything—including some of the best restaurants in town—and it’s right in the middle of Marina Bay Sands’ three towers (Marina Bay Sands 1 through 3). If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our travels around Asia, it’s this: Never underestimate what people will pay for convenience. In fact, if there are two things we’ve learned from our travels around Asia…

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3. Marina Bay Sands

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If you’re looking for luxury, the Marina Bay Sands is a great option. It’s a five-star hotel with amazing views of the Singapore skyline and an impressive casino. You can also take in the cityscape from their rooftop pool or spa—or just lounge by the pool while sipping on a cocktail. The location is especially stunning since it’s right on the waterfront, so you’ll be close to other attractions like Gardens by the Bay and The Merlion Park (more on these below).

If you’re planning on visiting during peak season (Christmas through New Year’s), make sure to reserve your room as early as possible because rooms fill up quickly!

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4. Conrad Centennial Singapore

The Conrad Centennial Singapore offers you a historic luxury experience in the heart of Singapore. Conrad Centennial Singapore is located in the central business district in the city-state, making it easy for guests to enjoy all things Singapore has to offer. The hotel is within walking distance of several shopping centers and restaurants such as Takashimaya Plaza Shopping Center, 313@Somerset Mall and ION Orchard Mall. If you want to explore other parts of Asia or Australia, these locations are also close by.

Room Rates: Standard rooms start at $202 per night (USD) during low season (November through March). A Deluxe Room will cost $300 per night on average during high season (April through August). Prices fluctuate depending on occupancy rates so check with us directly if you have questions about exact pricing or availability when booking your stay at our property!

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5. W Singapore – Sentosa Cave

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The W Singapore is located on the northernmost tip of Sentosa Island, just a few minutes’ walk from Universal Studios Singapore. This resort offers excellent access to other interesting attractions such as Fort Siloso, Imbiah Lookout and Mount Faber. It’s also only a 20-minute ride away from Changi International Airport via the complimentary shuttle service provided by the hotel.

Services & Amenities: The W Singapore features an outdoor swimming pool with cabanas that overlooks Marina Bay Sands and city skyline views on one side and lush greenery on the other side; a spa offering massage therapies; fitness center equipped with cardio machines along with free weights and yoga gear; concierge services available 24 hours daily; room service available during specific hours (dinner menu served until 10pm); separate dining areas for breakfast buffet or à la carte dining options in addition to restaurants available within walking distance from the property including barbecue restaurant at Mount Faber Park overlooking Singapore City Skyline.

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6. Pan Pacific Singapore

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A Staycation at Pan Pacific Singapore

If you’re looking for a place to stay in Singapore that’s close to everything and offers luxury amenities, look no further than Pan Pacific Singapore. Located on the corner of Orchard Road and Scotts Road, this five-star hotel is one of the most popular hotels in town; so popular that it won’t be hard for guests to find plenty of things to do nearby.

The hotel has more than 900 rooms and suites spread across two towers (the other is called Avalon). The room rates start at $280 per night (USD). Rooms come with complimentary breakfast and WiFi access. Room service is also available throughout the day until 11:30 p.m., so guests can enjoy comfort food anytime they want during their stay at this five-star establishment.

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7. Naumi Hotel

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Naumi Hotel is a little pricier than other options, but you can’t beat the location. It’s located in Little India, an area known for its street markets and colorful buildings. The hotel offers free wifi and breakfast (though it’s not included in their low-season rates), as well as laundry service for a fee.

However, there are some drawbacks to staying at Naumi Hotel: The rooms are small and don’t have enough outlets or mirrors; one TripAdvisor reviewer wrote that “the room also doesn’t have proper ventilation.” On the other hand, there are plenty of good things to say about this place too—one TripAdvisor reviewer called Naumi her “favorite hotel” while another noted that they enjoyed their stay despite having to share their bathroom with the neighbouring room.

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We hope that this list of the best accommodations in Singapore will help you find a place to stay during your next trip. If you have any questions or comments, please let us know in the comments section below!

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