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Singapore Accommodation

Below are a selection of hotels and resorts that we recommend in Singapore. Our dedicated team have hand picked the best hotels for your Singapore holiday, each one of them has been visited and we are available to answer any questions you may have.

  • Capella Singapore

    Surrounded my 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 on Pickering

    Parkroyal on 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.

  • The Fullerton Bay Hotel

    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.

  • Mandarin Oriental Singapore

    One of Singapore's most acclaimed hotels - The Mandarin Oriental is a firm favourite with Turquoise Holidays, we love its superb location overlooking the bustling marina and across to Marina Bay Sands and Gardens By The Bay. The hotel is connected by an indoor walkway to the massive Marina Square Mall, which houses a plethora of retail as well as food and drink options. The Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands complex are also about a 10 minute talk away. Public transportation is also a breeze — the Promenade MRT station is just a stone's throw away while the Esplanade MRT station is no more than 10 minutes away on foot.

  • Raffles 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 1991, the building was declared a Singaporean National Monument in 1987.

  • Six Senses Duxton

    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. 

  • The Fullerton Hotel

    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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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!