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The best luxury hotels in Singapore

Escape to Singapore with a stay at one of these luxury hotels and resorts.

Raffles Singapore

Since opening in 1887, Raffles Singapore has become a place to see and be seen, frequented by everyone from heads of state and diplomats to pop stars and royalty. Following restoration works in 2019, the hotel boasts 115 beautifully appointed suites featuring state-of-the-art technology, redesigned bathrooms and pampering amenities. You can expect new levels of comfort and inimitable service with an enhanced suite experience brought to life by the fabled Raffles Butlers while enjoying the new and reimagined spaces across the hotel.

The revitalised Raffles Singapore offers all-suite accommodations across nine distinct suite categories: State Room Suites, Courtyard Suites, Palm Court Suites, Personality Suites, Residence Suites, Promenade Suites, Grand Hotel Suites and Presidential Suites. Residence, Promenade and Studio suites are the three latest additions to the hotel’s existing line-up, which sees the total suite count increase from 103 suites to 115 suites. From the famous Long Bar to fine dining at La Dame de Pic, the hotel has eight elegant restaurants and bars.

Mondrian Singapore Duxton

Standing in the heart of Duxton Hill – one of Singapore’s most up-and-coming neighbourhoods – Mondrian Singapore Duxton offers cafes, world-class restaurants, bars, art galleries, and avant-garde boutiques within its doors. Mondrian Singapore Duxton is staffed by an all-star cast across the fields of hospitality, cuisine, design, fashion, nightlife, and art. Mondrian is a food- and fashion-forward culinary destination for locals and travellers alike. A restaurant, café, cocktail bar, and rooftop bar and restaurant combine historic architecture from Singapore’s centuries-old shophouses with contemporary influences, with interiors designed by Studio Carter.

Mondrian’s 302 rooms and suites are created by award-winning designers from Studio Carter. Inspired by Singapore’s traditional architecture, heritage arches and shutters are translated into bold contemporary interpretations. The top suite is the 128-square-metre Mondrian Shophouse Suite has high ceilings, attention-grabbing artwork and separate living, dining, bar and bedroom areas.

Pan Pacific Orchard

The Pan Pacific Orchard has won over many a discerning traveller since opening in June 2023, its green architectural design blending seamlessly with the brand’s commitment to ‘graceful luxury’. Indulge in modern Mediterranean dining at the hotel’s signature restaurant, Mosella, or take advantage of the Chairman’s Lounge, which doubles as an event space and private dining venue offering Chinese cuisine by masterchef Leung Wing Cheung. The hotel’s opulent Claymore Ballroom provides the ideal space for celebrations, while its award-winning St. Gregory spa offers the best in revitalising and rejuvenating treatments.

Relax in luxury in your room or suite, each an exercise in refined design. The 23-storey hotel showcases 347 residential-style guestrooms – many with balconies – offering a tranquil sanctuary with sweeping views across either the garden terraces or buzzing Orchard cityscape.

Pan Pacific Orchard is BCA Green Mark Platinum-certified for its sustainability features, including renewable solar panel technology and a bio-digester system that transforms food waste into cleaning water.

Located just a 30-minute drive from Changi International Airport, the hotel is centrally located steps away from Orchard Road’s world-class dining, entertainment and shopping destinations, including malls such as Palais Renaissance, Isetan Scotts and Wheelock Place – but that’s only if you can drag yourself away from the hotel. The Pan Pacific also boasts a free-form lagoon pool that connects to a 25-metre lap pool with a sunken bar.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Part of The Fullerton Heritage precinct and the only hotel with a seat on the prime quayside location of Marina Bay, The Fullerton Bay Hotel mixes Singapore’s past and present in classic, elegant style with 100 rooms and suites with dazzling views of the water and city skyscape. Each of the luxury Singapore hotel’s 100 rooms and suites has floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies, with vistas of the waterfront or skyline. Designed by Andre Fu, you’ll be taken on a journey through Singapore’s vibrant history from past to present as you stroll through the hotel, with a selection of vintage nautical maps and contemporary art that reflects the location’s heritage.

The 25-metre rooftop infinity pool is perfect for some relaxation time and a few laps, or visit The Landing Point, with a 13-metre-long bar, perfect for an indoor sundowner taking in the views or afternoon tea. La Brasserie sits at the heart of the historic Fullerton Heritage District, a chic dining space serving local and international cuisine in a sleek modern setting with panoramic waterfront views.

Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore pool at sunset
The pool at sunset © Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore room

Marina Bay Sands

Singapore’s iconic Marina Bay Sands has been synonymous with the Lion City skyline since opening in 2010. As Singapore’s largest hotel, Marina Bay Sands boasts over 2,200 rooms and suites. Tech-savvy guests will appreciate the hotel’s recent digital transformation. In-room with wireless smartphone charging pods, bedside lighting and curtain control panels, and motion-activated occupancy sensors. And a mobile-application-enabled Smart Hotel feature allows guests to skip conventional check-in and out. Users can pre-register and complete verification on their mobile phones, and activate digital keys for room and lift access on their arrival.

The Banyan Tree Spa Singapore is set within Oriental-inspired water gardens on the 55th storey of Marina Bay Sands, with a well-curated spa menu of holistic treatments, massages, calming baths, and facials. Discover Japanese fine dining at Wakuda or Koma, celebrity hot spots by Gordan Ramsay, and the Michelin-starred steakhouse CUT by Wolfgang Puck. Ce La Vi, on the rooftop, offers modern Asian cuisine against the backdrop of awe-inspiring city vistas. But it is the SkyPark, 200 meters above ground that is a must-visit and accessible only to hotel guests. Here you can dip in the iconic infinity pool, sip cocktails at the bar, or simply relish the panoramic city views.

COMO Metropolitan Singapore

COMO Metropolitan Singapore is located within COMO Orchard’s 19-floor immersive experience building on Bideford Road. Encompassing 11 floors of luxury accommodation, a rooftop pool bar, dining floors, a wellness centre and fashion retail. The 156-room hotel features architecture and interior design created by award-winning talents such as Italian architect Paola Navone of Otto Studio, Japanese interior design consultant Koichiro Ikebuchi of Atelier Ikebuchi, American-Thai interior designer Preeti Sriratana of Modellus Novus, and Norweigian digital artist Thomas Hilland.

COMO Orchard’s nine thousand-square foot wellness facility dedicated to holistic wellbeing offers luxury spa treatments and yoga, pilates, gyro, gym and functional fitness, alongside nutrition guidance for gut health and body composition diagnostics.

Oasia Resort Sentosa

Oasia Resort Sentosa is an idyllic destination with the Oasia Spa’s a lavish hub of tranquillity. Daily activities range from aqua Zumba to sunset yoga and wellness workshops to create body scrubs made from upcycled coffee grounds. The 191 rooms and suites are dressed in earthy tones. Besides the in-room wellness TV channel and fitness classes, guests staying in the Wellness Rooms (junior suite and above) will enjoy bespoke amenities during their stay. These include customised healthy snacks and access to a variety of wellness workshops led by health and wellness experts. Those preferring solo workouts or needing to stretch out before turning in can loan lululemon yoga mats along with an iPad pre-loaded with guided fitness routines.

The Outpost Hotel Sentosa

As the only adults-only hotel on Sentosa island, The Outpost Hotel Sentosa offers an exclusive lifestyle in the heart of Singapore. Rooftop 1-Altitude Coast is an all-day destination with its infinity pool and dining options adding to the spectacular views.

Singapore hotel, The Outpost Sentosa
Adults-only, The Outpost Sentosa © Far East Hospitality

Grand Hyatt Singapore

Reopening later this year after a multi-year-long renovation project, Grand Hyatt Singapore is one of the best luxury hotels in Singapore. Located on the renowned Orchard Road in Singapore’s shopping and entertainment district, Grand Hyatt Singapore will offer 699 refreshed guestrooms and suites, as well as an array of luxury facilities for guests to enjoy, such as the ‘Grand Living Room’ ‘Wellness Haven’ and outdoor area with an Olympic sized pool and hydro-massage saltwater pool. Among the nine drinking and dining concepts is Le Pristine Singapore, marking Michelin-starred Sergio Hermann’s debut in Southeast Asia with classic European cuisine. Alternatively, enjoy Italian at Pete’s Place, or savour local Singaporean dishes in a marketplace setting in Straits Kitchen.