3 Most Expensive Hotels in Singapore

August 29, 2018

 Singapore is an equal-opportunity travel destination, allowing tourists of every budget a chance to enjoy a city tour or food tour Singapore. We understand that not all tourists can afford staying at the posh hotels in Singapore. However, here we have explored the top luxury and expensive hotels in Singapore for those rich tourists who want make use of their disposable incomes at the fullest during their city tour Singapore.

 

1. The Fullerton Bay Hotel

Designed in both contemporary and global styles, the Fullerton Bay Hotel’s all hundred rooms have an overall fashionable look with gorgeous interior designs and breathtaking architecture. From almost all the rooms, the 360 degree spectacular views of Marina Bay, Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Skyline are clearly visible. This is considered as one of the most expensive hotels in Singapore. One of the reasons is, as you can see, it is almost clad in glass and steel. It is rated as Five Stars by Forbes Travel Guide Awards 2018. You can also visit some important locations nearby this hotel such as National Museum of Singapore, Chinatown Heritage Center, Peranakan Museum, Thian Hock Keng Temple etc.

 

2. Swissôtel The Stamford

Swissôtel The Stamford is considered one of the tallest hotels in Southeast Asia and from here the beautiful panoramic view of Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia is possible. This is a beautiful destination with 1259 guestrooms, 15 restaurants and bar and Willow Stream Spa (one of the largest spas in Asia), where you can experience the finest in Swiss hospitality. Apart from all these, your level of comfort will surely continue escalating due to other reasons for here to stay like multiple tennis courts, outdoor swimming pools, fitness clubs etc. The hotel is located around 17 km from Changi International Airport and can be reached within 20-22 minutes based on the traffic.

 

3. Shangri-La Hotel

Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore is renowned for plenty of things it offers in the name of hospitality. This beautiful five-star hotel has systematically created 747 guestrooms and suites spread over the three wings – Valley Wing, Tower Wing, and Garden Wing. Apart from these, the hotel has 55 condominium units and 127 serviced apartments. On the other hand, one of the major attractions here is the lush 15 acres tropical garden that is a home to more than 110 varieties of flowers, plants (including tropical plants) and trees. If you budget permits, you can go at least for a food tour at Shangri-La Hotel to feel a paradise-like experience.

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