Singapore is one of the world's most densely populated nations and this compact city-state naturally possesses a vast array of accommodation options. Read more...

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Mandarin Oriental

The Mandarin Oriental is located on Marina Bay, Singapore’s main dining and entertainment district, just 20 minutes from Changi International Airport. With such an impressive location, all 468 rooms of the hotel feature harbour, ocean or city views, while the 59 luxury suites boast panoramic views. A plethora of choice is also on offer at the hotel’s restaurants, with a total of seven dining options,such as the relaxed poolside Italian venue of Dolce Vita, and contemporary Japanese cuisine at Teppan-Ya.

Destination: Singapore

Raffles

Since opening in 1887, Raffles has endured the test of time and gained a reputation as one of the world’s most famous hotels. It has been immortalised by writers such as Ernest Hemingway, and is the famed birthplace of the Singapore Sling. Today the hotel melds its colonial history with modern luxuries, from 14-foot ceilings, elegant period furnishings and a 24-hour Raffles Butler service, to individually controlled air-conditioning andrefrigerated private bars.

Destination: Singapore

Staying in Singapore

Celebrate Singapore's colonial charm

A former British Straits Settlement, Singapore retains much of its colonial charm and the picturesque Colonial District is a mainstay of Singaporean tourism. Boasting much of the city's finest colonial architecture – including the famous Cavenagh Bridge and Singapore's oldest extant government building, the Arts House – the Colonial District is also one of the city's most popular places to stay.

Raffles is undoubtedly Singapore's most famous hotel and the celebrated home of the Singapore Sling still exudes a raffish colonial air. This sprawling luxury hotel occupies a prime position in the heart of the Colonial District, though it's far from Singapore's only old-world accommodation. The Carlton Hotel and Rendezvous Hotel are both popular options for visitors eager to experience Singapore's colonial past.

Lay back in the lap of luxury

Singapore's luxury hotels aren't limited to the 19th Century mansions dotted throughout the Colonial District. As one of the powerhouses of the Asian economy, the Lion City possesses its fair share of luxury accommodation, with many of the city's finest hotels boasting impressive water views of this island state.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel remains a popular 5 star favourite for its opulent rooms and commanding views over Marina Bay. Across the bay is the equally lavish Mandarin Oriental, renowned for the stunning panoramas it offers from its equally resplendent rooms. The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Hyatt and InterContinental are also resident in the city, meaning there's no shortage of luxury accommodation available for a comfortable stay.

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