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  • Writer's pictureSasha Huang

The Best Luxury Hotels in Singapore


Singapore's gleaming reputation as Asia's greenest city has made it a formidable hub for all things cultural and sustainable. It's no wonder it's become a one-stop destination for some of the world's most luxurious hotels. Here are our top picks in the region:

Capella Singapore sits at the heart of Sentosa Island, offering architecture that is rich in history, with two restored 1880s Tanah Merah colonial bungalows. The 112 rooms, suites, and villas complement its natural surroundings. Designed by Jaya Ibrahim, Capella's spacious interiors create a harmonious space of contemporary, natural, and Asian traditions. Expect state-of-the-art facilities merged with five-star service in this hospitality group's gorgeous flagship.

Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297 | Website: | Phone: +65 6377 8888 | Email: | Instagram: @capellasingapore | Facebook: @capellasingapore.sentosa

Recently celebrating its 135-year anniversary, the monumental Raffles is ready for a new chapter. After a thorough restoration, the hotel invites you to return to its offerings in world-class hospitality, gourmet dining, and beautiful accommodation. This historic building was declared a national monument by the Singapore Government in 1987 and quickly became a destination for many celebrities and national figures throughout history, and well into the modern day.

Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297 | Website: | Phone: +800 1 723 3537 | Instagram: @raffleshotels | Facebook: @RafflesHotels | Youtube: @Raffles Hotels & Resorts | Twitter: @raffleshotels

W Hotel Singapore embraces the lush greenery and vibrant coast of Sentosa Island. As a five-star luxury hotel, W Hotel is the perfect hideaway location to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Here, you can find yourself fully immersed in nature and relaxation. Whether you're taking a dip in your private plunge pool with a panoramic view of the ocean or cosying up in the bedroom after making use of your personalised pillow service, the 240 guest rooms, and legendary services are ready to ensure that your mind and body hit reset. Though minutes away from attractions like Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium, the hotel is secluded in its own way and has its a spa, indoor and outdoor pool, and gym as well.

Address: 21 Ocean Way, Singapore, 098374 | Website: | Phone: +65 6808 7288 | Email: | Instagram: @wsingapore | Facebook: @wsingaporesentosacove | Twitter: @w_singapore

Nestled on the Southern edge hill of Sentosa Island, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa is an escape into the realm of nature and serenity. From the lively peacock calls to the private and tranquil greenery and ocean breeze, the hotel's friendly hospitality places the icing on the cake of your stay. Alongside the 27 acres of outdoor area, Sofitel's interior delicately crafts inspiration from Singapore's local culture with French art de vivre. The luxury hotel is an exploration of Singapore's nature, gastronomy and wellness offerings.

Address: 2 Bukit Manis Road Sentosa, Singapore, 099891 | Website: | Phone: +65 6708 8310 | Email: | Instagram: @sofitelsingaporesentosa | Facebook: @SofitelSingaporeSentosa

Photo: Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Four Seasons

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore sits near the glamourous shopping paradise Orchard Road. Guests can expect exquisite rooms and suites, as well as gourmet food like the award-winning Jiang-Nan Chun which serves gastronomic Cantonese cuisine.

Address: 190 Orchard Boulevard, 248646 Singapore | Website: | Phone: +65 6734 1110 | Instagram: @fssingapore | Facebook: @FourSeasonsHotelSingapore | Twitter: @FSSingapore | Pinterest: @fssingapore

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Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Mandarin Oriental Singapore exudes its luxurious appeal through all aspects of the hotel. Whether it is the grand view of Marina Bay; its golden central location; stylish fine-dining restaurants; lavish spa treatments, or the 527 rooms and suites designed with its signature modern oriental look, you are ensured pleasure and comfort.

Address: 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797 | Website: | Phone: +65 6338 0066 | Email: | Instagram: @mo_singapore | Facebook: @MandarinOrientalSingapore | Twitter: @MO_SINGAPORE

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Ritz-Carlton Singapore

To spend a night at Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore is to indulge your time in a journey of enrichment. Here, 4200 pieces of high art collection (featuring works from renowned artists like Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly) coincide with the luscious views and diverse culture of Singapore. You can relax in the Club Lounge, splurge in gastronomic elegance with Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Summer Pavilion, or rejuvenate at the Ritz-Carlton Spa. Along with its world-class services, your experience will be worth every penny.

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The Fullerton Hotel

As the 71st national landmark of Singapore, Fullerton Hotel is rich in history and luxury. The site itself is a neoclassical building from the 1928s and once served as Singapore's General Post Office, the Exchange, the Chamber of Commerce and the elite Singapore Club. Now, with 400 rooms and gourmet cuisines, the landmark continues its heritage by serving travellers around the world.

Address: 1 Fullerton Square, 049178 Singapore | Website: | Phone: +65 6733 8388 | Email: | Instagram: @fullertonhotelsg | Facebook: @fullertonhotelsg | Twitter: @fullerton_sg | Youtube: @TheFullertonHotel

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The Fullerton Bay Hotel

On the other end of Fullerton Road, the Fullerton Bay Hotel gleams with a modern vibrancy. Its location is conveniently located between the Marina Bay waterfront, Singapore's Central Business District and Singapore's glistening city view. Paired with the hotel's kind hospitality and luxurious rooms, you best believe it'll be a memorable stay.

Address: 80 Collyer Quay, 049326 Singapore | Website: | Phone: +65 6333 8388 | Email: | Instagram: @fullertonbayhotelsg | Facebook: @fullertonbayhotelsg | Twitter: @fullertonbaysg | Youtube: @TheFullertonHotel

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Andaz Singapore

Another exquisite creation of interior designer André Fu nestles within the 25th to 39th floor of Duo Building. Andaz Singapore Hotel is a combination of Singapore's local hospitality and contemporary features. Aside from the 342 sophisticated guestrooms, you can spend your time under the city's skyline on the hotel's rooftop infinity pool and end the night with a taste of Andaz's delicious gastronomy.

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Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands is a permanent fixture in Singapore's competitive hospitality scene. The architecture includes three 55 storey buildings and a 360 degrees observation deck that has become an icon of Singapore's city skyline. Featuring the world's largest infinity pool, award-winning chef Daniel Boulud's restaurant DB Bistro & Oyster Bar, the ArtScience Museum, a shopping centre, and over 2200 guest rooms and suites, Marina Bay Sands is one of the pioneers of Singapore's luxury hotels.

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, 018956 Singapore | Website: | Phone: +65 6688 8888 | Email: | Instagram: @marinabaysands | Facebook: @marinabaysands | Twitter: @marinabaysands

Photo: JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach

JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach

Take a few steps from the bustling Central Business District and city centre and you'll find yourself at the foot of JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach. After a long day of shopping, sightseeing or business, the hotel's harmonious historic and contemporary interior and picturesque sky garden welcome all travellers home. All 634 rooms are designed for your utmost comfort and refreshment. For dining, there is a choice of modern Japanese cuisine by Chef Akira Back, an international buffet from Beach Road Kitchen and contemporary Cantonese restaurant Madame Fan to cater to every possible occasion.

Address: 30 Beach Road, Access Via Nicoll Highway Singapore, Singapore 189763 | Website: | Phone: +65 6818 1888 | Email: | Instagram: @jwmarriottsg | Facebook: @JWMarriottSG | Twitter: @JWMarriottSG

Photo: Conrad Singapore Orchard

Conrad Singapore Orchard

In vibrant Singapore, Conrad Singapore Orchard offers a serene oasis away from it all. Its prime location, just minutes from Orchard Road, welcomes all travellers into Conrad's stellar service and luxurious comfort offerings. From the 440 rooms, 8 dining options including Michelin one-star Cantonese restaurant Summer Palace, 14 meeting venues and 20 bespoke wedding themes, everything lives up to its name.

Address: 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715 | Website: | Phone: +65 6733 8888 | Email: | Instagram: @conradsingaporeorchard | Facebook: @conradsingaporeorchard

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Capitol Kempinki Hotel

Kempinski's Singapore outpost sits quietly in the Civic & Cultural district and is directly linked to City Hall MRT station. After its intensive restoration, Capitol Kempinski Hotel proudly represents the historic neoclassic Capitol Building from 1933 and the Venetian Renaissance-style Stamford House from 1904. The hotel blends its remarkable history with modern comfort in the 155 rooms. For a journey of gastronomy, Capitol Kempinski Hotel offers modern Asian cuisine with 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung and exquisite cocktails at The Bar at 15 Stamford.

Address: 15 Stamford Road, 178906 Singapore | Website: | Phone: +65 6368 8888 | Email: | Instagram: @capitolkempinski | Facebook: @thecapitolkempinski

Photo: Lloyd's Inn Singapore

Lloyd's Inn Singapore

With just 34 chic and modern rooms, Lloyd's Inn made its mark as one of the top hotels in Singapore. This boutique hotel takes a minimalistic approach to blend itself into nature and refine city-life experiences for all travellers. White, modern and elegant, all rooms offer complimentary breakfast as vouchers for nearby cafes so that you can explore the city and be rewarded with delicious pastries and coffees.

Address: 2 Llyod Road, Singapore 239091 | Website: | Phone: +65 6737 7309 | Email: | Instagram: @lloydsinn | Facebook: @lloydsinn


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