Where to stay in Singapore
Located on the tropical jungle island of Sentosa, Capella Singapore is made up of a complimentary fusion of restored British colonial buildings, Tanah Merah (built in the 1880s) with newly created contemporary buildings and villas. Surrounded by 30 acres of lush green lawns dotted with trees and facing the South China Sea this luxurious resort is just steps from the beach and yet just 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Singapore.
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering opened its sleek doors in 2014 and has fast become one of Singapore’s most exciting new hotels. It has an impressive urban award winning design with green leafy environs, a welcome oasis from the city. Three glass towers are fused by stepped layers of curved terraces. Hanging plants and vertical gardens present a stunning view from outside which is re-created on the inside. A 15,000 m² sky garden connects the three towers and contains a large swimming pool with spectacular views.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore
The Fullerton Bay Singapore is the newest addition to the Marina Bay waterfront and has fast become a Turquoise favourite. Offering spectacular views of the bay and the Singapore skyline and located right in the heart of the Central Business District and the Arts and Cultural precinct, and within easy reach of the main shopping malls of Orchard Road, this really is the place to stay in Singapore.
Raffles Hotel Singapore
One of Asia’s most iconic hotels, Raffles has represented a bastion of hospitality since its construction in 1887. In the true essence of multicultural Singapore, the hotel was founded by four Armenian brothers and named after Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of modern Singapore. Fully refurbished and re-opened in 2019, the building was declared a Singaporean National Monument in 1987. The hotel has been home to a host of celebrities and historical figures, as well as being the backdrop for famous events and films.
Six Senses Duxton, Singapore
Located in the colourful Chinatown district of Singapore, the Six Senses Duxton boutique hotel is set in a row of heritage tradition houses which have been lovingly resorted to retain the region’s culture. In true Six Senses style the designer, Anouska Hempel, has incorporated a real sense of place within the design, with a playful mix of Chinese, Malay and European elements. Chinese porcelain-chip friezes co-exist with Malay timber fretwork, French windows, Portuguese shutters and Corinthian pilasters –we love the unique style and authentic feel. All 49 guestrooms and suites have been stylishly designed, each with its own unique character.
The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore
Singapore’s historic Fullerton building has served many purposes since its construction in 1928, including that of Residence for the first Governor as well as General Post Office, but it has now begun a new chapter in its illustrious history with its careful restoration into a contemporary and stylish landmark hotel.
The Warehouse, Singapore
For a taste of old-world charm combined with modern style, The Warehouse is a boutique hotel, dating back to 1895 when it was originally built to accommodate the traders from the Straits of Malacca. Today, it has been meticulously restored as a modern 37-room hotel focussing on heritage and local culture. The Warehouse is located on the banks of the Singapore River in Robertson Quay, a vibrant neighbourhood about ten minutes’ walk from busier Clarke Quay and an easy river taxi to Marina Bay.
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