I think that no major introduction is needed for Singapore’s most famous and iconic hotel. The welcome we received here was magnificent and I must admit that it was the most beautiful experience in a hotel we have ever had.
It is not only a hotel, but you can also find a huge shopping center and casino in case you feel lucky.
What made this hotel famous, in addition to its architectural appearance of three buildings that support a “ship”, is certainly the infinity pool located on the 57th floor, at the beauty of 340 meters above the ground. This makes it the highest infinity pool in the world… truly a sight to behold. I recommend you to go early in the morning because it is usually quite crowded and you may find it difficult to find free deckchairs.
Unfortunately, access to the swimming pool is only allowed for hotel guests. If you do not have a room in the hotel, you will not be able to enter, not even by paying a ticket.
You can still watch the view from that height thanks to the SkyPark, whose ticket can be purchased for everyone.
If you have saved some money during your vacation, I would recommend you to spend at least the last night at Marina Bay Sands because it is truly a unique experience! You can get up at 6am and be the first in the pool to see the sun rise over the city… a great way to end your holiday in Singapore.
I leave you the LINK of their official website for reservations, SkyPark and all the information you need about the hotel
This hotel was our choice for the first three nights. It is on the border of Chinatown, a stone’s throw from Clarke Quay.
The selling points of this hotel are definitely the location (it is close to the stops of two metro lines) and the price is lower than the city average.
The staff is very nice and helpful and in addition… it has a swimming pool on the roof !!
Here is the direct LINK of the hotel.
We also slept in this hotel: simple, not expensive, but above all it has a great location: right next to the National Museum, halfway between Orchard Road and Bugis Street and close to the Downtown Metro line.
Chosen it for its strategic position!