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The Fullerton Bay Hotel

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This upscale boutique opened in 2010 is one of the newest hotels on the Marina Bay waterfront. It's intimate by Singapore hotel standards (100 rooms), and with its top-notch service and wonderful amenities, the property feels exclusive and private. Spacious rooms have masculine decor, with dark colors and wood accents, and come equipped with high-end amenities, including Egyptian cotton linens, Molton Brown toiletries, Nespresso coffeemakers, and iPod docks. Double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning bay and skyline views. The vistas can also be enjoyed from the balconies and the deep soaking tubs (note that the glass walls between the tubs and the rooms do have privacy shades). The stylish rooftop bar, the huge pool, and the great dining options round out the experience.
Hotel Fort Canning

Hotel Fort Canning Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Hotel Fort Canning is a modern boutique in a beautifully restored historic military building. This early 20th century building has been completely renovated and includes lovely rooms with innovative layouts. Some room categories feature open bathrooms and private decks, while all have plush beds, international plug extensions, and flat-screen TVs. But some guests may feel that the glass-enclosed bathrooms lack privacy. The excellent property amenities include three pools -- one for kids -- along with an Asian bistro, a pizza bar, a cocktail lounge, and a fitness center. The hotel is in a quiet location on a hilltop surrounded by a park, but is close to most attractions and four subway lines.

Wanderlust Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Wanderlust is an upscale boutique hotel for thrill seekers and design connoisseurs with unique interiors created by four different Singapore-based architecture firms -- one for each floor of the hotel. The result is an adult playground of sorts filled with wild art and fantastical rooms brimming with both character and amenities. Rooms range from tiny and capsule-like with bathrooms that lack privacy, to large loft-style units inspired by themes such as rocket ships and tree houses. Amenities include a rainbow-tiled hot tub in a quaint lawn outside next to a sun deck and there's a casual French restaurant where an included breakfast is served. The hotel feels slightly inaccessible as it's tucked away on a side street in Little India, but more adventurous travelers will be at home the colorful neighborhood.
Nostalgia Hotel

Nostalgia Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Nostalgia Hotel is a 50-room Singapore boutique located in a historic neighborhood. Though the location isn't within walking distance of many attractions, public transportation is nearby. Rooms are tiny, but appealing despite their size: They're decorated in red and gold, and feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. Hotel highlights include a rooftop pool with space to lounge, an outdoor bistro, and a bar. This clean and stylish hotel is a good pick for people who don't mind a location outside of bustling Chinatown.
Wangz Hotel

Wangz Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

In the Tiong Bahru historical district, the upscale Wangz Hotel stands alone on its own prestigious plot between Outram and Tiong Bharu Roads, but the location comes with some traffic noise. While it's not walking distance to mainstream attractions, it is in one of the hippest neighborhoods in Singapore, packed with trendy cafes and eateries. Rooms are large and modern, with work desks and big rainfall showers. However, the rates are high -- travelers who want to stay in Tiong Bahru without paying a premium should check out the Nostalgia Hotel, a cheaper property with the added bonus of a pool, but smaller rooms.
The Scarlet Hotel

The Scarlet Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located near the lively Chinatown area, the 80-room Scarlet Hotel is an upscale property that is a good fit for couples. The interior has a swanky, romantic vibe and there are intimate places to relax while taking in the city views, including a secluded hot tub and a rooftop bar. The rooms are chic and cozy, though some are small; the suites are more spacious and stylish. The hotel offers a competitive rate given the convenient location, and guests will be hard-pressed to find a better upscale hotel for the price nearby -- though those willing to spend a bit more may also want to consider the Sofitel So. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
New Majestic Hotel

New Majestic Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The New Majestic Hotel is a small, historic boutique just outside Chinatown. This stylish hotel has 30 individually decorated rooms with great amenities including Nespresso machines, Kiehl's toiletries, Bose stereos, and plush bedding. While rooms are modern and comfortable, most are small and have glass-enclosed bathrooms that don't offer too much privacy. Hotel highlights include a nice pool, a modern Cantonese restaurant by acclaimed Chef Yong Bing Ngen, and a small fitness center. The location is also walking distance to nightlife and the night markets.
Hotel 1929

Hotel 1929 Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Hotel 1929 is a hip boutique located in a historic building just outside Chinatown. It has 32 clean and stylish rooms, and is known for its extensive designer chair collection. While rooms are on the small side (some are teeny tiny), they have flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minibars, Nespresso machines, and free Wi-Fi. Luggage storage can be a problem, but the front desk will store any suitcases too big to fit comfortably in the room. Glass-enclosed bathrooms lack privacy, but they're clean and modern. Hotel highlights include an international restaurant open for lunch and dinner. This hotel is a good pick for people that want to be close to nightlife and public transit.
The Sultan

The Sultan Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 64-room Sultan Hotel is a lovely boutique in the historic district of Kampong Glam. Though there are few hotels in the area (most tourists choose to stay in downtown or Chinatown), the location is within walking distance of numerous sights. Constructed from 10 historic shops, the hotel has attractive period details including arched doorways, wood-beamed ceilings, and latticework screens. The rooms, however, aren't quite as charming as the lobby or the on-site restaurant. Suites have some attractive features and design touches, and standard rooms are decorated in clean, contemporary decor of whites and light woods -- but they're small, and bathrooms are cramped. Amenities are modern, however, and include flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and espresso machines. Hotel highlights include the rooftop bar, and Pasha restaurant, serving Moroccan cuisine.


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