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You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • Marina Bay Sands

      Spectacular pool
      Ingenious design by Israeli architect Mosche Safdie. Anchored atop the three towers of the hotel, at 200 metres altitude, rests the most famous «ship» in the world. The upper deck of the spectacular SkyPark includes a 146-metre outdoor pool (only for hotel guests). The observation deck is open to the public with a breathtaking 360° view and there's always some fun going on in the water. The mood at sunset, when the city turns into an enormous sea of lights, is wonderful.
      10 Bayfront Avenue
      Singapore 018956
      +65 6688 8868
    • Wangz Hotel

      Hip and stylish
      The building looks like a giant silver egg. It's colourful and stylish, from the lobby to the 41 spacious guest rooms. In short, the Wangz is youthful, fresh, capricious and offers everything you could expect from a 5-star hotel. It borders on the hip Tiong Bahru district, surrounded by rows of old homes, some art deco, pretty shops and nice restaurants.
      231 Outram Road
      Singapore 169040
      +65 6595 1388
      Wangz Hotel
    • Swissôtel The Stamford

      Luxury tower
      With 71 floors raging 226 metres into the air, this city centre luxury tower is number one in Southeast Asia. Dining is an embarrassment of riches with 16 different cuisines on offer. At the restaurant Jaan, however, it's best to leave the choice up to top chef Julien Royer. Pure enjoyment! The same can be said of the fantastic spa oasis. Feel like shopping? The Raffles City Mall is only an escalator away, as is the underground station in the first sub-level.
      2 Stamford Road
      Singapore 178882
      +65 6338 8585
      Swissôtel The Stamford
    • Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa

      On the beach
      From this colonial era building in the heart of Sentosa, guests can walk to the Tanjong, Palawan and Siloso beaches in a few minutes. This little isle is a recreational destination for many city dwellers and offers a variety of attractions. Those who prefer a more intimate holiday relax at the hotel pool, shed a few calories at the fitness centre or enjoy a refreshing drink under the eyes of the giant Merlion, the national personification of Singapore. The rooms offer premium comfort, including a coffee machine and daily morning newspaper.
      23 Beach View, Sentosa
      Singapore 098679
      +65 6818 3388
      Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa
    • Goodwood Park Hotel

      Grand hotel
      This 5-star accommodation rests majestically atop a hill like a crown and is one of the grand hotels of Asia. The palatial facade does not deceive. Behind the historical walls you'll find the opulence of the colonial era. The most expensive suite, the Rose Marie, exudes the luxury of an aristocratic villa. Nestled in the romantic Rochester Park is the top Chinese restaurant, Min Jiang at One-North.
      22 Scott Road
      Singapore 228221
      +65 6737 7411
      Goodwood Park Hotel
    • New Majestic Hotel

      A hotspot in Chinatown. Guests rub their eyes in wonder as they arrive. Is this a bookstore? Is it a gallery of contemporary art? The foyer, with its sleek, industrial look, is a little of both. At the restaurant Sin, award-winning chef and owner of the hotel Yong Bing Ngen serves up Chinese nouvelle cuisine.
      31–37 Bukit Pasoh Road
      Singapore 089851
      +65 6511 4700
      New Majestic Hotel
    • Scarlet Hotel

      Art deco
      Hot tip in Chinatown. From the foyer to the roof, guests find an eccentric, sensuous, vivacious backdrop worthy of Hollywood, a stylish artistic synthesis of interior design, textiles, colours, and the play of light and shadow. The art deco building, lovingly and painstakingly restored in 2004, is part of a complex of 14 typical 19th century townhouses. Unfortunately, it has no pool, but to make up for that there is the nocturnal Club Street (also worth a visit during the day).
      33 Erskine Road
      Singapore 069333
      +65 6511 3333
      Scarlet Hotel
    • Raffles Hotel

      This is the place for guests to stay in one of the most legendary and elegant lodgings in the world. The gleaming white complex in colonial style is especially famous for two things: The last wild tiger was slain under the billiard table in 1902, and the barkeep here, Ngiam Tong Boon, invented the legendary cocktail called the Singapore Sling. There is an endless parade of royalty, stars and celebrities here.
      1 Beach Road
      Singapore 189673
      +65 6337 1886
      Raffles Hotel