Hotels and More in Singapore

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  • V Hotel Bencoolen

    Bugis, Singapore

    7.3 Good 3,912 reviews

    6 people are looking right now

    Description Located in the heart of the city just 500 metres away from the National Museum, V Hotel Bencoolen features an outdoor swimming pool and guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant.
  • RELC International Hotel

    Orchard, Singapore

    7.4 Good 792 reviews
    Description RELC International Hotel is centrally located, just a 15-minute walk from the famous Orchard Road. There is also a bus stop within steps of the hotel.
  • V Hotel Lavender

    Lavender, Singapore

    7.2 Good 8,284 reviews

    15 people are looking right now

    Description A 5-minute walk from Lavender MRT Station, V Hotel features modern rooms. Its facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre.
  • Hotel 81 Rochor

    Little India, Singapore

    6.9 Review score 946 reviews

    3 people are looking right now

    Description Located opposite Sim Lim Square, Hotel 81 Rochor offers accommodations in Singapore. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
  • Hotel Clover The Arts

    Singapore River, Singapore

    7.9 Good 829 reviews

    4 people are looking right now

    Description Hotel Clover The Arts is an art-themed boutique property featuring rooms with unique art work on the walls and free Wi-Fi.
  • YMCA @ One Orchard

    Downtown Singapore, Singapore

    7.9 Good 3,384 reviews

    7 people are looking right now

    Description Boasting a terrace, YMCA @ One Orchard is located in Singapore, a 2-minute walk from The Cathay. Located in the Singapore City Centre district, the property provides guests with access to a...
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Asia in a Compact Package

Clean, compact and compelling, Singapore seamlessly combines the best of Asia. Different cultures and cuisines live side by side, while maintaining their own identity.

Behind the bright lights of Chinatown is cheap and delicious dim sum, while Little India is a sensation for the senses. Wander past the pastel-painted facades of Malay-dominated Geylang Seari for a taste of days gone by, then stop off at the Colonial-style Raffles Hotel, birthplace of the Singapore Sling cocktail.

For a retreat from the hustle and bustle, take the cable car to the sandy beaches of Sentosa, an island just south of the city center. Also here is Universal Studios Singapore, a theme park brimming with the magic of the movies.

As you’d expect from the host of the world’s only Formula 1 night race, once night falls, Singapore is still very much alive. Its Night Safari is a zoo providing the rare chance to see nocturnal animals going about their business.

Although small enough to see on foot, Singapore has an efficient public transport system which extends as far as Singapore Changi Airport. With a choice of Singapore accommodations ranging from budget hostels to luxury hotels, is bound to have the right choice for your holiday.