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national monument, named after
Singapore’s founding father, the Raffles is as much a
point on the sightseeing trail as anything else. Still one of the most
opulent and luxurious stay in the world, it consistently ranks among
the best in its class polls Price from S$927.
Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore This huge
high-rise building has some of the best rooms on the island. Deft
touches like timber and Tibetan rooms and baths that look down on the
city has helped make it a favorite, as well as S$5 million worth of
contemporary artworks, including Sunrise, a massive glass construction
by Dale Chihuly. From S$ 571
Sentosa (formerly Sentosa Resort and Spa,
Beaufort Sentosa) Located just minutes away from the city, and situated
right in the middle of pristine nature, It offers you
the best of both worlds. Round trip transfers are provided by the it's
air-conditioned coach between the Singapore Cruise Centre and
the stay. The coach operates every 30 minutes from 0730 - 2300 hours.
Shangri-La At one of the world's finest stay,
guests can enjoy European refinement at the Valley Wing, tropical
living at the Garden Wing or the elegant splendour of the Tower
Wing.It's restaurants offer a culinary delight for any palate
featuring Japanese cuisine, Continental dishes and Cantonese
delicacies. From S$582
Located on tranquil, tree-lined Orchard Boulevard, Four Seasons
provides a welcome oasis for leisure travelers. The bustling
shopping and entertainment district of Orchard Road is just around the
corner, easily accessed via an air-conditioned skywalk, boasting a
promenade of exclusive international boutiques. Four Seasons boasts
spacious rooms, measuring 540 square-foot ceilings. From S$ 514
The new chic The Gallery, located within the city’s
business hub, has gained quite a reputation. Interactive doorway CCTV
(in deluxe rooms), free Internet access in all rooms and executive
women-only floors. Different sized rooms are available in Price: From
offers you a blend of comfort and hospitality with
genuine value for money and is a stone throw away from the Mass Rapid
Transit transport system. From S$183
Enjoy the local charm where tradition and
modern meets and at affordable prices. Great for the budget conscious.
Court This tidy boutique stay, recently expanded is
ideal for the visitor looking for reasonable value for money, in
comfortable and pleasant surroundings. Plants and marble floors adorn a
small entrance off Albert Street. Facilities are functional rather than
extravagant. Children under 12 years can stay for no extra cost. Price
starts at S$185.
Moderate prices in new rooms make this
four-star a great deal. Situated close to local amenities, the
Allson is just a short walk from central and shopping districts. Rooms
are furnished in leather and rosewood and feature individually
controlled air conditioning, free in-house movies and satellite
television. From S$250.
awarded the Best Budget Hotel, 2004 was opened on
the 13 February 2003 as a hip budget stay at Chinatown, with different
categories of tastefully designed room types to cater for her guests.
Guests will experience extraordinary accommodation at no-frill rates.
Price begin at low as S$59.
This interesting little stay is situated near
Little India and is just 15 minutes by public transport to the shopping
belt and financial district. Clean, spacious rooms with basic amenities
are leased at S$55 per night.
is a friendly and cozy place ideal for travelers
and small tourists groups and is located in the serene environment on
the fringe of Business District and City. It is a four storey
beautifully restored shop-house and with its unique character and
charm, offers travelers an ideal place to feel comfortable and cozy
away home. S$59 per day.
is the newest of all the 81's properties and
is popular with internet guests. With a spacious car park and proximity
to banks, retail/convenience shops and eateries serving economical
local delicacies, stay for S$59 per day.
Inn. Value for money, that is ASPHotel Inn for you!
This quaint 4 storey boutique stay located at the centre of Race
Course Road, opposite historical temples, Leong San See and Sri Perumal
Temple and Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple (Temple of 1000 Lights). S$
Ming Cosmoland provides clean and comfortable rooms at
cost effective cheap prices and in a friendly and family-like
where it is like your own 'home away from home'. S$60
Geylang has three branches of Hotel 81, namely, Princess,
Star and Orchid, all in the same price range. Rates begin at S$73.
of their branches are located in Geylang
– Crystal, Emerald, Pearl, Sapphire, Ruby. The rooms are
clean, aesthetically done and are ideal for budget travelers. The
starting price ranges between S$ 73-79.
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