So where do you stay when you arrive in sunny Singapore? Our best recommendation would be accommodation that's right next to the SIEW venues, saving you travel time and the hassle. Here are a list of hotels to consider around the area, with the airport just a 20-minute drive away.
|Hotel||Type of hotel||Distance from Suntec City||Rates|
1. Marina Bay Sands
|5 star integrated resort||1.1km||Check special rates here. |
Official Hotel rates for Marina Bay Sands
Exhibitors and visitors to SIEW 2013 can enjoy the special room rate from S$370.00++ per night for deluxe room with inclusive of in-room internet, during the period 26 October – 2 November, 2013. Rates are subjected to 10% service charge and prevailing Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Please contact ExpoSales@marinabaysands.com with the stay period and number of rooms to check the room rate availability.
*Please note that the rate is subjected to change and based on room availability upon time of booking
The newest VIP playground in town, this casino hotel in Asia offers a SkyPark with a rooftop infinity pool sporting an amazing view, Signature chef restaurants, and a mega mall with a canal inside for sampan rides. Within walking distance are the iconic ArtScience Museum and Gardens by the Bay, which is intended to become Singapore's premier urban outdoor recreation space. As the Singapore International Energy Week's Official Hotel for 2012, Marina Bay Sands will be the hub for the Energy Week from 22-25 October.
|5 star luxury hotel||0.6km||Check rates here|
Considered by some to have the best bayside location, its bay windows look out into the Marina Promenade. Winner of several awards, including Best Hotel Experience by Singapore Experience Awards 2009, the hotel offers class and exclusivity. The highlight of the room, though, has to be its bathroom with the famous octagonal window with a panoramic view.
|5 star atrium hotel||Adjacent||Check rates here|
Considered to have one of the best business centres, this comes decked out with private offices, full secretarial services, an arsenal of office equipment, meeting rooms, and even snacks and cocktail lounges. Not surprisingly, the hotel was identified as a world- leading business hotel by World Travel Awards 2007-09. With room rates averaging S$400+ to S$600+, this hotel is right in the heart of the Suntec/Marina Square business district.
|5 star luxury hotel||Adjacent||Check rates here|
A hotel with a twist, this Singapore hotel comes with an Artist-in-Residence programme where a local artist is given hotel residency in the form of a studio on the fourth level. During his/her stay of six months, guests are allowed to drop by the studio for a chat with the artist on his/her work. After the six months, an art exhibition of the artists' work is held at the hotel. On its own, the hotel sports a 21-storey atrium that's said to be one of the largest in Southeast Asia, designed by American architect John Portman.
|5 star luxury business hotel||Adjacent||Check rates here|
Sister hotel to the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, it sits right in the Marina Bay hub and is adjacent to world-class attractions including The Singapore Flyer and colonial heritage museums.
|5 star luxury hotel||0.4km||Check rates here|
The only property of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Singapore, this hotel is one of the city's most luxurious lodgings. In fact, its 2009 F1 night race room package was a cool S$9,999 price tag for three nights' stay. Hitting the spot is the Axis Bar Lounge, which offers tapas together with breathtaking views of Singapore's Marina Bay, especially at night.
|5 star |
|0.4km||Check rates here|
Formerly Raffles The Plaza, this sister hotel to the Swissôtel The Stamford offers access to the Willow Stream Spa, one of the largest spa facilities in Asia, in which to relax, unwind and renew your energy in a tranquil setting. Industry accolades for this hotel have included Top 50 Hotels in Asia and Top 500 Hotels in the World.
|4 star hotel||0.64km||Check rates here|
This hotel was given a makeover last year by renowned hospitality interior design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates to raise the business traveller's stay experience. From new rooms with ergonomic Herman Miller chairs to a brand new gym with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight training equipment and separate male and female saunas, this offers more value for what is probably one of the most wallet-friendly hotels on the list here.
|5 star |
|0.4km||Check rates here|
Colonial luxury in the heart of town, Raffle Hotel offers a slice of history that's as old as the city. It had its roots as a riverside boarding house and later as a place to host exclusive balls for colonialists. At one time, It's well-known for inventing the Singapore Sling cocktail, and its guest list runs from a striped Bengal feline to the late Michael Jackson. At one time, it had its own slaughter house and dairy farm. Today, this world-famous hotel houses a tropical garden courtyard, museum and Victorian-style theatre. If you're arriving by taxi to the front door of the hotel, you'll be met by Singapore's most photographed Sikh doorman in his crisp, white livery.
11. Naumi Hotel41 Seah Street,
|5 star |
|0.3km||Check rates here|
Another hotel with a twist, the Naumi Hotel is the only one in town with a ladies only floor. It may not be as lavish as the other hotels on this list, but a home on the road is the hotel's mantra. Upon check-in, a concierge/butler is assigned to you. New-age decor greets you, with designer furniture, Kiehl's toiletries, walk-in rain showers, a kitchenette and a rooftop infinity pool with a view leaving you feeling refreshed after a jetlagged flight.
|4 star |
|3.5km||Check special rates here|
Prefer a city centre hotel instead? Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, formerly the Holiday Inn Park View, is located near the shopping belt of Orchard Road. It is within walking distance of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, Istana Presidential Palace, the National Museum of Singapore and Singapore Art Museum, with easy access to Clarke Quay & Boat Quay, Esplanade Theatres, Istana, Ngee Ann City, Singapore National Museum and Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho.