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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Once home to the General Post Office, the Fullerton is one of Singapore’s grand dames. It has the extensive amenities you'd expect at a 5-pearl hotel, including four stately dining venues, a bar, a well-equipped fitness center (though machines lack individual TVs), a spa, and a pretty infinity pool with views of the Marina Bay and the skyline. There's even an art gallery and a room with a permanent exhibit of stamps, maps and old photographs. But it’s starting to show its age, and rooms, though luxurious, lack wow factor; they have neutral color palettes and hard mattresses. Its fairly central location and understated elegance make it a fine luxury pick, but it’s worth checking prices at its more impressive sister property, the Fullerton Bay Hotel.
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Shangri-La Hotel Singapore Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 747-room Shangri-La Hotel Singapore is a luxury chain hotel with spacious rooms spread across three separate wings. A variety of restaurants and bars, including a well-reviewed buffet and lounge with impressive city views, makes this hotel a favorite in Singapore. The five-pearl property has beautiful landscaping in its lush interior garden and outdoors with a pool surrounded by palm trees. There are a spa, fitness center, and four tennis courts on-site. Rooms are spacious and elegant with big windows and impressive marble bathrooms. On 15 acres of property, the hotel is a bit far from the nearest subway, but offers an exclusive location near the upscale Orchard Road. Wi-Fi and parking are both free. Those who would prefer a luxury hotel with free parking in the Marina Bay area may want to consider Conrad Centennial Singapore.
The St. Regis Singapore

The St. Regis Singapore Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 299-room St. Regis Singapore is one of the most luxurious hotels in the city. From the extensive private art collection to the beautiful rooms, this hotel has incredible attention to detail. Rooms are comfortable and elegant -- even the standard executive deluxe rooms are spacious -- and feature floor-to-ceiling windows with great city views. High-tech amenities include bedside controls for drapes and lights along with big flat-screen TVs. Huge marble bathrooms have standalone soaking tubs and rainfall showerheads. Additional hotel highlights include a sleek outdoor pool, an indoor tennis court, a luxurious spa, a "Bentley Fleet" for car service around town, and butler service. There are also numerous on-site restaurants. However, there's a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 608-room Ritz-Carlton Millenia is one of the premier luxury options in Singapore. Notable highlights include the grand lobby with glass roof, huge rooms with incredible views of the water, and an extensive art collection with works by Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly. Upscale rooms are decorated in neutral colors and feature flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. Minibars are well-stocked and bathrooms have separate soaking tubs and showers. The hotel is packed with amenities, including a 24-hour business center, pool, fitness center, and spa. There are three restaurants on-site and the location is in the Marina Bay area, within walking distance to the heart of downtown.
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.
Raffles Hotel Singapore

Raffles Hotel Singapore Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Raffles in Singapore is a sight many visit even if they are not staying at the hotel; the colonial-style building opened in 1887, and after extensive renovations, reopened in 1991. It has hosted everyone from Glenn Close to the Queen of England and it has a hall of fame to prove it. Numerous amenities contribute to its iconic feel, including a museum, a shopping arcade with high-end shops such as Louis Vuitton, antique-filled common areas, and beautiful gardens. The hotel also features fifteen restaurants and bars, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a luxurious spa. All rooms are spacious suites with classic decor, including oriental rugs and mahogany furniture -- but the old tube TVs could use an upgrade. This hotel is a solid luxury choice for business and leisure travelers, and anyone who appreciates history and old-fashioned charm.
Fairmont Singapore

Fairmont Singapore Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 769-room Fairmont Singapore is a luxury chain hotel with a convenient location on top of Raffles City Mall in the bustling Riverside neighborhood. Business travelers will find the hotel especially convenient as it’s only one stop away from the Financial District and offers Executive Club Rooms that include access to free breakfast and afternoon cocktails in an exclusive lounge. The hotel has several spots for guests to dine and drink, a large fitness center, and six tennis courts. The pool and spa are shared with its slightly less expensive sister hotel, Swissotel, and are in need of an update. Some of the hotel’s rooms have been renovated more recently than others, and stylish Premier Rooms come with Nespresso coffee machines and private balconies. Guests may want to compare rates with Pan Pacific Singapore in Marina Bay, which offers free Wi-Fi.
Conrad Centennial Singapore

Conrad Centennial Singapore Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Conrad Centennial Singapore is part of the Millenia Singapore shopping and business development in Marina Bay, and is surrounded by a massive shopping complex. Owned by Hilton, this business hotel differentiates itself from competitors with a 24-hour international buffet restaurant that's become a local institution. Rooms are large and have big marble bathrooms and views of the skyline. Despite the need for some renovations and updates in rooms, not to mention added fees for Wi-Fi, this hotel is among the city's more popular luxury choices. The newer Sofitel So, also located downtown, is more stylish, but has spottier service and lacks the Conrad's free on-site car park. The Shangri-La is a comparable option with free parking, but with a less convenient location.
Grand Hyatt Singapore

Grand Hyatt Singapore Rating: 4.5 Pearls

While most of the hotels in the popular Orchard shopping area are upscale, the Grand Hyatt Singapore stands out with its excellent restaurants with open show kitchens. Rooms are large and contemporary, and even the Standard Rooms have convenient separate work areas. Amenities include an outdoor pool, a spa, and a great fitness center. Getting to tourist attractions is easy as there are several public transportation options nearby, but travelers who aren't on a shopping trip or attending a meeting here, might consider a different part of the city altogether, depending on their interests. Those who do want to be in the Orchard Road area, however, might want to compare rates with the Singapore Marriott Hotel or Four Seasons nearby.
Singapore Marriott Hotel

Singapore Marriott Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 393-room Marriott is an upscale business hotel with top-notch amenities: A fitness center, a spa, five dining options, and a gorgeous pool. The location on Orchard Road, an iconic street lined by shops, is another upside. Rooms are modern and high-design: Dark wood accents and shades of blue, grey, and gold in the carpeting and furniture give them a sophisticated look. Tech features include flat-screen TVs inset in the walls, as well as iPod docks, but there's a fee for Wi-Fi. This hotel is a solid, luxurious option for travelers of all types -- families, couples, business travelers -- but the inland location means there are no water views.

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