Luxury Hotels in Singapore

Shining and spotless, Singapore’s facade of glass and steel towers masks its fabulous colonial history and complex fusion of cultures from all over Asia. With four official languages – English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil – Singapore’s multicultural makeup gives this ultra-modern city a unique charm and grace. If you are looking for sumptuous self-indulgence, the 5-star hotels of Singapore know how to deliver it. From the genteel, old world elegance of places like Rafffle’s Hotel, to sophisticated apartments perched atop lofty skyscrapers, the city’s accommodation options cater for every taste.

If a luxury hotel isn’t quite what you are looking for, Singapore has a range of discreet, boutique resorts where you can have everything your heart desires: from your own butler to a private beach. You can sip a Singapore Sling while you recline in a wicker chair or relax in a spa retreat where every care and knot will be gently massaged out of your body.  And should you get tired of luxury, you can venture out and explore this captivating city where the aromas of a multitude of world cuisines mingle with the hot and sweet smells of Asia.

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The Ritz-Carlton Millenia – Singapore

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is centrally set in Marina Bay, within a short walking distance from Singapore’s popular attractions such as the Esplanade Theatres, ArtScience Museum, and Gardens by the Bay. The hotel was designed by renowned architect Kevin Roche and boasts rich décor highlighted by a 4,200-piece art collection. The nearest MRT train station is a 5-minute walk from the hotel whereas Changi Airport is a 20-minute drive away.

All rooms and suites have a spacious layout and feature an unobstructed view of either Marina Bay or the Kallang. They come equipped with a walk-in closet, wall-mounted 55-inch LED IPTV, Nespresso coffee machine, high speed WiFi, and a capacious marble bathroom, including Asprey bath amenities and a rain shower.

The hotel has three restaurants and a lounge, including a one Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion that serves Cantonese cuisine. Breakfast is served at Colony, an all-day restaurant that offers dishes from various cultures and has its bakery with an assortment of baked bread, cakes, and more. Guests can also enjoy cocktails, mocktails and delicious bites served at the Al Fresco Pool Bar.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is a luxury hotel with facilities for all interests. The 24-hour fitness centre includes a movement studio as well as rejuvenating jet pools and steam rooms. The outdoor 25-metres swimming pool features a three-tiered timber pool deck. Notably, the Ritz-Carlton Spa is the first hotel partner of La Mer spas in Asia Pacific and provides its signature treatments.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel – Singapore

The Fullerton Bay Hotel is one of the most luxurious five-star hotels in Singapore that combines contemporary design with an artistic homage to the rich history of its maritime location. Standing on the Marina Bay waterfront, the hotel overlooks nearby points of interest, such as Marina Bay Sands and the Esplanade Theatres. The Fullerton Bay Hotel is a 6-minute walk away from Raffles Place MRT and a 25-minute drive from Changi Airport.

All 100 rooms of this luxury hotel are very spacious and have floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony as well as a plethora of high-end amenities, including free WiFi, a Nespresso, BALMAIN toiletries, Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers, and satellite LCD TVs (including 19-inch LCD TVs in every bathroom). In addition, the themed suites are named after former Governors of Singapore and each boasts a unique style with Peranakan, Colonial, Malay, Oriental, or Indian décor.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel features two restaurants, a lobby lounge, and a rooftop bar. La Brasserie is an all-day French restaurant that serves local and international dishes whereas The Clifford Pier offers Southeast Asian and local cuisine. The Landing Point is a marvelous 13-metre-long bar along the indoor promenade and Lantern is one of Singapore’s finest rooftop bars with live music, signature cocktails, and breathtaking panoramic views.

The hotel has a 25-metre outdoor rooftop pool and fitness centre with the latest TechnoGym equipment. For various spa treatments, the renowned Fullerton Spa is readily available just a short stroll away at the sister site of The Fullerton Hotel. The Fullerton Bay Hotel also offers very private and intimate conference venues for up to 6 or 12 guests with personalized service and customised menus.

W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

W Singapore is located in Sentosa Cove, a luxurious island resort just off Singapore’s southern coast. The hotel is a 20-minute drive from Clarke Quay and its numerous restaurants, nightclubs and various attractions. For luxury shopping and other endeavours, Orchard Road is a 25-minute drive away. The nearest airports Changi and Seletar are a 36-minute and 39-minute drive away respectively.

Rooms are enriched by different views that feature the pool, marina, or the ocean. They have floral décor and come equipped with a 40-inch LED TV, Bose sound system, free WiFi, bathroom and a shower, spa/fitness amenities and more. Select suits come with a balcony or terrace with plunge pool in addition to other sumptuous features, such as a bathroom tub with 26-inch TV.

W Singapore is a true luxury hotel with multiple dining options. SKIRT is one of the best restaurants in Singapore, particularly renowned for various types of meat and sustainable seafood prepared on Parrilla grill. Meanwhile, The Kitchen Table offers its unique take on world cuisine. There are also WOOBAR and WET pool bar with their creative selection of cocktails and nibbles.

When it comes to spa and fitness facilities, W Singapore offers a slew of treatments at AWAY Spa, a haven of relaxation with seven treatment rooms and advanced facilities, and a 235-square-meter fitness centre fully equipped with the latest Technogym products. Moreover, you can jump into WET to cool off, one of the largest outdoor swimming pools in Singapore.

This modern metropolis is so much more than just one of the biggest economic centres in the world. Outside your luxury hotel in Singapore, you will find a vast array of world-class food, nightlife, shopping, and many other exciting things to do. Here are seven of our recommendations for how to spend your Singapore trip.

1. Explore the city by helicopter.

Singapore has an interesting contrast of architecture, consisting of old oriental temples and modern-day highrises. The best way to see this unique setting is by taking to the skies. Many premium helicopter companies in Singapore offer private tours. With this exclusive sightseeing tour, you’ll enjoy total privacy having the helicopter to yourself as you marvel at the panoramic views below you.

2. Charter a private yacht.

The second best way to see this city is by water. You can rent a private yacht to take you around the island, allowing you to see Singapore’s landmarks from a different perspective. Plus, as there are many small islands close by, you can extend your trip by visiting a few of these. Singapore is not short on luxury yachts, so you’ll have no problem finding private transportation; however, ask for recommendations at your luxury hotel reception.

3. Relax at the beach clubs in Sentosa.

Sentosa is an island resort just off Singapore’s southern coast and is a must-visit during any Singapore vacation. Along Sentosa’s golden sandy beaches are an array of exclusive beach clubs where you can relax in style with a cocktail in hand while listening to the DJ spinning tunes. Tanjong and FOC are two awesome venues, but with a different ambience. Tanjong is a super hip, high-end place to hang out, whereas FOC is a bit more down to earth.

4. Visit the innovative Gardens By The Bay.

Gardens by the Bay is an enormous green space by Singapore’s riverfront, spanning 250 acres of gardens and conservatories. The most famous attraction is undoubtedly the futuristic Supertree Grove. This garden consists of 18 supertrees ranging from 25 to 50 meters tall, with Avatar-like structures. I recommend doing the OCBC Skyway and Canopy Walk here, where you can walk across a 128-meter high canopy to see the futuristic Supertrees up close.

5. Spend an evening at Marina Bay Sands Casino.

The casino inside Marina Bay Sands boasts over 15,000 square meters of gaming space, including around 500 gaming tables and 1,600 slot machines. Therefore, the Sands Casino is naturally a favourite attraction amongst travellers in Singapore. If you’re looking to live a life of luxury, this is the place to be. Aside from being housed inside one of the city’s most iconic structures, the casino has one of the world’s largest Swarovski chandeliers as its centrepiece, too.

6. Dine at one of the many Michelin Starred restaurants.

Being such a culturally diverse destination, food in Singapore is always exciting. While you’ll find plenty of tasty street-eats here, if you want to dine in style, check out one of the many Michelin Starred restaurants, such as the 3 Michelin star Les Amis. This upscale French eatery has a relaxed atmosphere with chandeliers and fancy decor. Both the food and the service is top-notch, and there is an extensive fine-wine menu, too.

7. Cruise around Singapore’s streets in a luxury sports car.

Singapore has a super-efficient subway system. However, if you want to get around in style, why not rent a sports car during your vacation instead? There are plenty of luxury car rental companies throughout Singapore, stocking all the best exotic cars. So, whether you fancy cruising around in a Ferrari, Lamborghini or Porsche, your dream can become a reality here.