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Do you want to stay in Singapore for your next trip? Here are our best plans to find the top hotels at the best prices.

Discover our top 10 hotels for Singapore

1. Raffles Singapore


Regarded as one of the finest hotels in the world, the five-star Raffles Singapore offers guests an intoxicating blend of luxury, history and colonial ambience. Raffles is renowned for its fine dining and exceptional service and is located in the heart of the city, just a short distance from the famous Orchard Road shopping district.

2. Park Hotel Clarke Quay


Located in the heart of the Clarke Quay entertainment precinct, this colonial style gem is one of Singapore's best-kept secrets. The hotel offers dazzling views of the city's skyline and provides first-class facilities including luxurious suites along with a 25m outdoor pool and spa.

3. Shangri-la Singapore


Set in 15 acres of lush gardens, the luxury 5-star Shangri-La Hotel Singapore is consistently voted as one of the best hotels in the world. Guests here can take advantage of the hotel's wide range of award-winning restaurants along with state-of-the-art fitness and spa facilities, all while enjoying the hotel's legendary service.

4. Villa Samadhi Singapore


The 4-star Villa Samadhi is a luxurious colonial-style hotel hidden away in the peaceful Labrador Nature Reserve close to the city. The hotel is a tranquil paradise surrounded by towering trees and yet is just a stone's throw from popular destinations such as the VivoCity retail park and Adventure Cove Waterpark.

5. Orchard Hotel Singapore


Situated in the heart of Singapore’s shopping and entertainment district Orchard Road, the 4-star Orchard Hotel provides travellers with stylish accommodation and exceptional Cantonese cuisine.

6. Park Royal Singapore


This contemporary 4-star hotel looks out over the harbour and provides easy access via the Metro to all of the city's attractions. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel's award-winning spa and fine dining Sichuan restaurant.

7. Oasia Hotel


The 4-star Oasia Hotel is a unique tropical garden oasis situated in downtown Singapore. The lush green facade makes this stunning building stand out against its more austere glass neighbours and turns the hotel into a living, breathing sky garden. Here guests can experience beautiful flora and fauna right in the heart of the city.

8. M Hotel Singapore


This is a sleek, contemporary 5-star hotel located in Marina Bay, close to the financial district. The M Hotel Singapore is perfect for both business and leisure travellers. Its rooms are furnished in a modern style and provide exceptional views across the city.

9. Luxury Marina Mandarin


Located in the heart of Singapore's business district and offering breathtaking views across the bay, the Marina Mandarin is ideally located close to the Marina Square Shopping Mall and Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre. It's perfect for business travellers.

10. Sofitel Singapore Santosa


The 5-star Sofitel Sentosa Resort and Spa is set in beautiful tropical gardens in the heart of downtown Singapore. This tranquil oasis is the perfect place to relax after exploring this intoxicating city.

Our reviews on Singapore and its hotels: why make your booking there?

With its electrifying atmosphere, seductive cuisine and diverse culture, Singapore has something to offer everyone including families, business travellers and couples:

Thrills and non-stop action


Singapore is a thrill-seeker's paradise, and there is no shortage of things for the energetic family to do here. Those seeking adrenaline-fuelled fun should make their way to Sentosa Island which offers a dizzying array of activities including indoor skydiving, zip wires and bungee jumps.

Arts and culture


Being a cosmopolitan city, Singapore is home to numerous art galleries, theatres and museums. In fact, the city has a dedicated civic district which houses a multitude of renowned institutions including the National Museum of Singapore, The Singapore Art Museum and The National Gallery Singapore which play host to exhibitions from both international and local artists.

A foodie's paradise


Singapore is renowned for its Asian inspired cuisine. The city plays host to a number of Michelin starred restaurants which serve everything from traditional Japanese style cooking to a fusion of French and Asian cuisine. The city's Chinatown district also plays host to a range of local street sellers which serve a range of delicious dishes.

Nightlife


There are few cities in the world that rival Singapore's diverse and energetic nightlife. The city's Clarke district is home to renowned nightclubs such as Zouk as well as live music venues such as Crazy Elephant. Those looking for a more relaxing evening should check out the sophisticated bars on Cuscadan Road.

Hotels


Singapore offers hotels to suit all tastes and budgets, from small boutique hotels such as the Villa Samadhi, which provides an intimate and personalised experience to large, luxurious establishments such as the world-renowned Raffles, which offers unparalleled luxury and service for the discerning traveller.

How to make a booking in Singapore

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Singapore offers endless opportunities for art lovers, foodies, families and even daredevils. So don’t miss the opportunity to experience the delights of this exotic Asian city while saving up to 70% off the normal retail price.

The different ways to make your online hotel booking in Singapore

Once you have selected your perfect Singapore hotel we provide a range of booking options. You can book a complete package including flights and hotels or book your favourite hotel separately.

Book flight & hotel to Singapore

  • Select your desired hotel and departure date.
  • Select your desired room type and add any optional extras such as car hire, transfers or excursions.
  • Check your flight details.
  • Add passenger information and payment details.
  • Await your confirmation email.

Book only your favourite hotel in Singapore

  • Select your desired hotel and departure date.
  • Select your desired room type and add any optional extras such as car hire, transfers or excursions.
  • Add contact information and payment details.
  • Await your confirmation email.

Five must-see districts of Singapore

Central Business District


As its name suggests, the Central Business District (CBD) is the centre of all commercial activities in the region. But the area is also home to the Civic District which contains numerous art galleries, theatres and museums along with a range of upscale restaurants and shopping precincts, such as ION Orchard.

Sentosa


Sentosa is a man-made island located off the southern tip of Singapore which was developed as a place for relaxation and leisure. The island hosts a range of leisure activities including sports facilities, great shopping, an aquarium and the Universal Studios theme park. As an added bonus, the island also provides stunning panoramic views of Singapore itself.

Marina Bay


Marina Bay represents the new Singapore with impressive high rise buildings soaring above the marina below. The area is full of high-end restaurants and hotels but travellers must also experience the Gardens by the Bay which provides 101 hectares of lush tropical gardens amidst the metropolis.

Little India


Nothing represents the cultural diversity of Singapore more than Little India. The area is full of beautiful temples which celebrate the multicultural heritage of the region and represent all the major religions including Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. Little India is also renowned for its diverse range of shopping and restaurant outlets which provide excellent value compared to restaurants in the business district.

Clarke and Riverside


Clarke and Riverside is famous for its diverse range of bars, nightclubs and restaurants, but there is more to this area than that. Located by the river, this district is also home to a range of family-friendly activities such as the G-Max reverse bungee, the Asians Civilisations Museum and the picturesque Fort Cannings Park.

Presentation of Singapore

Conveniently located as a gateway to Asia, Singapore is a diverse cosmopolitan city with a rich history rooted in trade and commerce. The city sits just 85 miles north of the equator and has a tropical climate which includes high levels of humidity and consistently high temperatures all year round. The best time to visit is between February and April when temperatures are at their most pleasant.

Singapore has long been a favourite destination for the more affluent traveller and has an abundance of high-end restaurants and hotels to cater for them. But recently the city has diversified to include a range of world-class attractions which offer something for more budget conscious travellers as well. Sentosa Island just south of the city was specifically developed with fun in mind and can now be considered the playground of Singapore.

Away from the glitzy hotels and shopping precincts, Singapore also has a remarkably diverse cultural heritage. This is highlighted by areas such as historic Chinatown and Little India where Singaporeans of all religions including Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam sit side by side in spiritual harmony.

Where else in the world can you enjoy traditional Mandarin spiced lamb skewers for lunch followed by a delicious Indian curry for dinner, before ending the evening atop one of the city's finest hotels sipping cocktails as the sun sinks behind the Malay Peninsula.

The 5 best things to do in Singapore

Gardens by the Bay


Gardens by the Bay is a futuristic garden paradise located south of the city on a man-made island overlooking Marina Bay. Here visitors can walk across elevated walkways which overlook beautiful tropical gardens. The experience is great fun for all the family and you are sure to learn something along the way.

Universal Studios Singapore


A little taste of Hollywood in Asia, this one is strictly for the kids but there are enough high adrenalin rides to keep adults entertained as well. Universal Studios Singapore contains more than 20 themed rides including Transformers the Ride and Revenge of the Mummy.

Raffles Hotel


For something a little more laid back, arrange to have ‘high tea’ at the world-famous Raffles Hotel. Here you will enjoy a fine display of finger sandwiches and exquisitely decorated cakes all served in a traditional heritage setting and washed down by the finest Earl Grey.

Chinatown


A Singapore icon and great for foodies and souvenir hunters alike, Chinatown is a must-see attraction in the city. You can learn about the fascinating history of this enclave before enjoying some of the amazing authentic Chinese finger food served by traditional sellers on Pagoda Street.

Orchard Road


Shopping is a favourite pastime for many Singaporeans and there is no more famous a shopping arcade than Orchard Road. Here you will find famous department stores rubbing shoulders with independent boutiques selling everything from homewares to high fashion. There is also plenty of street entertainment to keep shoppers amused. As a result, there is more going on in Orchard Road than anywhere else in Singapore.

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