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Thursday, November 21, 2019

Business Traveller

The Best Hotels In Singapore For Business Travelers, 2020

Singapore is one of the most magnetic and well-known cities in the world. Known for its highly advanced economy, cosmopolitan lifestyle and impressive performance on human development index, Singapore has been designated as an Alpha+global city. Because of its stupendous performance in almost every aspect of human and city development, tourism thrives. People from all over the world visit the city and enjoy what one may say the ‘Singaporean’ lifestyle. There are many attractions to see here such as the National Gallery, the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Fort Canning Hill, and Marina Bay Sands.

The tourism industry is vital to the economy of the city, and taking advantage of this are luxury hotels which can be found here quite easily. There are a plethora of them for you to choose from. Some come with Michelin-starred restaurants; some with spectacular rooftop views; and some with plentiful recreational activities. There is a lot to choose from, and I have got you covered on this. Here I have listed down 10 luxury hotels in Singapore which will guide you in deciding what is best for you and your trip. So, let us take a look.

  1. Marina Bay Sands
    Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
    Marina Bay Sands is huge in every way possible. Its grandeur is unmatched and its customer service breaches all conventional standards. You will not only find a room to stay in this 55-storey property but also will experience the time of your life by having the chance to explore its infinity pool, Banyan Tree Spa, more than 300 retail stores, and about 80 restaurants to dine at most of which are run by award-winning chefs. Of course, these make Marina Bay Sands an extremely extravagant deal—but, hey, luxury is not easy.
  2. Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa 
    Address: Sentosa, 2 Bukit Manis Rd, Singapore 099891
    Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is a perfect option for those who wish to explore antiquities in luxury. It is located in a peaceful and naturally enticing setting on a cliff just above the Tanjong Beach. Over here, luxury resides in everything that is offered. There is a private pool, a fine bar, a French-inspired signature afternoon tea, relaxing spa, two tennis courts,  a fitness centre and excellent room service.
  3. The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
    Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
    The Fullerton Bay Hotel believes in giving a grand welcome to its guests. As you move inside, you will notice a lavish lobby, with a shimmering chandelier which is just the tip of the iceberg. Your treatment gets better and better with the kind of services offered. The rooms are fully-furnished with glassy rosewood, chrome additions and shiny leather and have floor-to-ceiling windows offering majestic views of the neighbourhood. Other services here include indoor pool, high-speed internet connectivity, fitness centre, and a high-class restaurant.
  4. Capella Singapore
    Address: 1 The Knolls, Singapore 098297
    While Capella may be an expensive decision, it will not be disappointing for sure. Capella offers countryside peace to its guests offering much-needed relief from the hubbub of city life. The hotel operates from a building which was once the mess of the British Royal Artillery and offers a colonial atmosphere to experience. The rooms feature dark wood furnishings and bath amenities of kinds which are to be only found here. Besides, there are many other features of this hotel including hammam (a steam room), swimming pool, Auriga Spa, Mediterranean food serving restaurant, a private event space, and a wonderful bar with a remarkable menu.
  5. St. Regis Singapore
    Address: 29 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247911
    The eye-catching glass façade of St. Regis Singapore is opulent enough to draw your attention. Once you make a booking inside, you enter a world of amazingness and stunning hospitability and customer satisfaction. The location is perfect and in close proximity to the social hubs of the city, butlers are at your service all the time, the rooms are spacious and feature leather-made bedheads and marble-floored bathrooms, the fitness room is fully-packed with the latest equipment, and the tennis court is a perfect place to show off some skills. Over here, life is at its best!
  6. Mandarin Oriental
    Address: 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797
    Mandarin Oriental is all you need if you are looking for a place to stay with years of experience in hospitality and excellence. Mandarin Oriental Singapore has been there for almost three decades now and has never been a letdown to anyone. The hotel features fascinating artworks, a beautiful chandelier in the lobby, rooms with perfect ocean and city views, a business centre, a fitness centre, and an ultra-relaxing spa. If you are hungry, you can head to Dolce Vita which serves delicious food and offers a great collection of Champagne.
  7. InterContinental Singapore
    Address: 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
    The very name ‘InterContinental’ reeks of superiority in hospitability and this has been acknowledged throughout the world. The staff managing the hotel is polite, professional and well-informed. There are 403 rooms and suites whose features differ depending on which one you choose, but all of them are well-serviced with basic amenities. Ash & Elm is the darling of the hotel which offers exquisite European-inspired delicacies, but there are two more restaurants which are equally good namely Man Fu Yuan and Chikuyotei. In case you crave sweet, head to Baker & Cook. Plenty of other services are available too such as laundry, fitness centre and secured parking.
  8. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
    Address: Marina Bay, 7 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039799
    The hotel has been designed by Kevin Roche, who is a Pritzker Prize winner, and has an imposing architectural brilliance which is not usually found everywhere. The rooms are spacious and allow unobstructed views of the neighbourhood. If you want the more exhilarating view of the Marina Bay, then you should definitely sign up for its Premier Suites. The hotel runs a Michelin-starred restaurant which serves Cantonese delicacies. In case you are travelling with kids, then there is a Kids’ club to keep them engaged.
  9. Shangri-La Hotel
    Address: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350
    Keeping up with the worldwide reputation of Shangri-La Group of hotels, its Singapore branch does a fabulous job at hospitality. It is one of the highest-rated hotels in the city and is particularly known for its enormous collection of 133,000 ornamental trees and herbs and its open-air greenhouse. Its rooms are spacious and comfortable, the gymnasium runs 24×7, the onsite spa offers many relaxing treatments to soothe the body, tennis courts are well-equipped with all necessary items including sports outfits, and the laundry service is fast and reliable.
  10. Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
    Address: 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865
    Known for its distinct octagonal roof, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel comes with lovely services and top-notch comfort you may not easily find everywhere. There is a Michelin-starred restaurant which serves delectable sushi along with other Japanese meals. The rooms are well-furnished and come with Thann bath amenities and as you upgrade your room, the amenities become better. Recreational facilities are also in plenty such as a spa, and a basketball court.

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Emma London
Emma London is a columnist and member of the ​CEOWORLD magazine editorial board. She's one of the magazine's founding editors and leads global newsroom coverage and management. Having lived in five different countries — the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, and the United Kingdom - Emma is obsessed with how tech empowers people from all walks of life. She is fluent in Spanish.
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