Following an extensive eight-month renovation, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore reveals its iconic Tower Wing. Its redesign was spearheaded by Mr Ryoichi Niwata from Japan-based Bond Design Studio, with the aim of introducing elements of nature indoors. The hotel now sports a refreshed lobby, brand new rooms and suites, three restaurant concepts, and a revitalised club lounge.
Designed by architects Foster + Partners, Capella Singapore blends the old with the new with restored colonial buildings within the natural rainforest of Sentosa Island. Be sure to make good use of your Personal Assistant (every Capella Hotels guest gets one), whose sole responsibility is making sure everything about your vacation is just how you like it.
Location: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
Phone: +65 6377 8888
Occupying a beautifully restored warehouse building built in 1895, the 37-room hotel is located along the historically rich Singapore River. The Warehouse Hotel was designed by homegrown agency Asylum, marrying a bygone era with contemporary elements of modern-day Singapore.
It’s difficult to go wrong with a luxury brand like the Four Seasons. Situated in the heart of Orchard Road, there’s great shopping merely a stone’s throw from the lobby, on the Club 21 stretch that links Four Seasons and Hilton hotel. Otherwise, guests can enjoy refined Chinese cuisine at the newly refurbished Jiang-Nan Chun.
This beautiful heritage hotel sits on the Singapore river looking out to Marina Bay Sands with a modern-colonial design. Check out Clifford Pier, which offers local hawker staples, or the scenic Lantern rooftop bar, perfect for a nightcap.
One of two hotels designed by Phillippe Starck, the 293-key M Social is filled with quirky elements reminiscent of the designer. Located along the picturesque Singapore River, the property is also conveniently close to numerous F&B options.
Retreat to an oasis of tranquility for business and leisure travellers, and enjoy the comforts of a real home at Grand Hyatt Singapore. This five-star hotel in Singapore is strategically located at the start of Orchard Road in Singapore, at the centre of the city’s commercial and entertainment district, just a 30-minute drive from Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Named after Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, Raffles Hotel Singapore is housed inside a beautifully restored colonial building. It is also the home to 15 renowned restaurants and bars, including Long Bar, where Singapore’s signature Singapore Sling was created.