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During all my recent stays in the Lion City I have been spoiled by the best luxury hotels in Singapore. From the best suite in W Sentosa cove, a Marina view clubroom in Marina Bay Sands and the presidential Suite in the Intercontinental to the most historical room in the first luxury hotel in Singapore The Raffels. I have never been disappointed in Singapore but all hotels have a different style. Let me tell you my experiences and find you the best hotel pools in Singapore.
It was a kind of a last minute plan to add Hotel Jen Tanglin to my Hotel Tour in Singapore. My flights were flexible and I had two more nights available and so did I end up in the little brother of the Shangri-La Singapore where I stayed as well.
My hotel tour in Singapore was not yet complete and I stayed in so many amazing places in this city that I couldn’t believe I was adding another chapter to this great trip. I had never stayed at an Intercontinental Hotel before and I was happy to finally spend some nights in the flagship brand of the IHG Hotels in Singapore. See here more ideas where to stay in Singapore!
Almost 130 years ago the Raffles Hotel Singapore opened its doors to the public as a 10-room hotel and ever since it is renown as a landmark in Singapore. It was in 1899 when it became the first luxury hotel with electric lights and fans and became a magnet for many international guests. From the beginning of these glorious days in the past until now the hotel is considered as one of the most luxurious places to stay in Singapore.
I was a little bit late but my friendly driver was waiting for me and greeted me by opening the door of a Bentley: ‘welcome to Singapore’! Yeah that definitely started off well being escorted to the St. Regis Singapore in this car, I was already impressed before I even arrived!
With Singapore being one the worlds densest countries it might seem hard to get away from the bustling city. Recently I planned a trip to this city and was looking for the best places to stay in Singapore, but a little bit away from the city. I ended up in W Sentosa Cove on Sentosa Island.
Feeling at home and getting pampered in luxury from the moment you walk in until you check out. The Ritz Carlton Singapore made my stay memorable and made sure I was having a smile on my face constantly. A luxury hotel with a personal touch and the best view of the Marina Bay Singapore. This very exclusive hotel with fantastic views over the bay blew my mind.
Best service in Singapore
The Shangri-La Hotel it is all about indulging yourself with pure luxury and excellent service. One of those 5* hotels that never disappoint and always live up to their image. So does the Shangri-La Singapore, voted many times amongst the best hotels in the world and it remains the destination of choice for presidents and diplomats.
Travelling to Singapore has never been a favourite, although I am pretty intrigued by big cities. My first visit to the country was in 2009 and after that I had never been back. The reason? It is simply too expensive! I am not rich by any means and I think it is not worth spending so much money if for the same money I am spending here in 1 day, I can live a week in the neighbouring countries.