Feb 24, 2020 - Feb 25, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Singapore
Singapore is a thriving city offering a seamless blend of old and new ranging from its colonial heritage sites, fascinating museums and monuments to vibrant bars, shopping centers and restaurants. Find the best things to do in Singapore during your stay. Travelers of all budget ranges will be able to find somewhere to stay in Singapore as the city has affordable rooms, high-end hotels and everything in between.
The Riverside district is where much of Singapore’s heritage is found whether it’s old monuments and buildings or world-class museums. Located centrally, this district is within close traveling distance to many of Singapore’s busiest nightlife spots and is also connected to the MRT transport network for easy access.
This recently renovated hotel is an affordable option in the popular Riverside district for budget travelers.
2. Pan Pacific
With spectacular skyline views and its vast atrium, the Pan Pacific is a mid-range hotel for those looking for a balance between price and quality.
The Fullerton Hotel offers supreme luxury by the river for those who want nothing but the finest Singapore has to offer.
Orchard Road Hotels
Orchard Road is Singapore’s premier shopping district home to endless stretches of boutique stores, designer shops and world-class shopping malls. The area is also bursting with restaurants and cafes, making it the perfect base for foodies.
This affordable and well-equipped hotel is ideally situated just minutes away from public transport for your convenience.
A colonial-era hotel with modern amenities, the Rendezvous Hotel has comfortable rooms and an indoor pool at affordable prices.
3. St. Regis
When it comes to luxury there is little better in Singapore than St. Regis which even boasts its own private art gallery.
Marina Bay Hotels
Marina Bay is the newest addition to Singapore home to some of the country’s most famous attractions including the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit and the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay. Marina Bay is only a short distance from the Riverside district so you aren’t far from the city center when staying here.
An affordable option just yards from the MRT network, the Keong Saik Hotel is ideal for budget travelers.
A mid-range hotel home to an indoor pool and full-service spa if you want somewhere with real quality to rest your head.
Famed for its rooftop infinity pool and offering designer shopping and a casino, Marina Bay Sands is the pinnacle of luxury in Singapore.
Check out our hotel search engine to see what else can be enjoyed in the center of this memorable city.
Small country with excellent public transportations. You won’t get lost with their great buses and MRT trains. Very safe and clean. Good food, good attractions. And they have Universal Studios. Woohoo!
a lot of public transportion access so you may have a such enjoyable trip with no worries
The people are very friendly and speak English quite well. Can roam easily because public transport, like their MRT, is so accessible. Food is great, lots of choices in hawker centers, mall food courts, etc. I love Singapore!
I can come to this country couple times a year and never get bored :). And i will come again and again