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Where to Stay in Singapore: Great hotels for your Pre/Post Bawah Trip

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Singapore has certainly upped its game in recent years, so while you’ll need to spend at least one night here before your 7am pick up to Bawah, it’s worth tagging on a few extra days before or after your trip to check out all the exciting sights and sounds  of this little red dot if you can.

Whether you choose to just use Singapore as your launch pad or are spending a few days in town, here is our shortlist of the best hotels in Singapore to suit every traveller. The great news is that Bawah has organised special rates at some of these hotels so get in touch here for more information.

 

Best For: Charm and Heritage

Raffles Singapore: Legendary Landmark

 

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Raffles is finally open after an extensive restoration, breathing new life into the iconic hotel.  They have managed to retain what was so special about Raffles – the ambience, the service, the charm and the heritage of the hotel. Experience legendary service with enhanced comfort and splendour for the discerning traveller, enjoy beautiful architecture for that unique feeling of being somewhere very special in the heart of the business and civic district. And don't forget a visit to the infamous Long Bar for a Singapore Sling is essential!

Raffles Singapore
1 Beach Road
Singapore, 189673 

 

Best For: Honeymooners & Families

Capella Singapore: Luxe Island Hideaway

Capella

Capella Singapore is on Sentosa Island – a small residential island linked to Singapore by bridge. The superbly grand Capella is set back from the beach on acres of lawn carefully landscaped to give the impression of being in the jungle. Relax at the hotel’s outdoor pool where peacocks roam (there are three levels of pools - one for adults only, and the other two for children, thus making the property equally suitable for honeymooners and families alike).

Play a game of tennis, or read a magazine in the library while you savour complimentary tea and snacks, followed by a massage at the renowned Auriga spa. Service is commendable and breakfast is in a category of its own with a delicious curated spread of treats. If you are in Singapore for more than a day, Capella offers the perfect buffer between the paradise of Bawah and going “back home”. As for Sentosa, there are beaches with casual cafes and free water play parks for the kids, a golf course, S.E.A Aquarium, bungy jumping and indoor sky diving, as well as Universal Studios Singapore to keep you busy. Further afield explore the rest of Singapore which is only a twenty minute drive away.

Capella Singapore

1 The Knolls Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island
Singapore 098297
Tel: (+65) 6377 8888

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Best For: Entrepreneurs and Foodies

InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay: Contemporary Sleek

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The contemporary sleek InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is located on the river at Robertson Quay. There are multiple upmarket restaurant at this hotel from Wolfgang’s, a New York premium steak house, to minimalist Japanese ISHI, and Publico an Italian restaurant that has a fantastic buzz in the evenings. Facilities here include a fitness centre, swimming pool and a chic 24-hour Club InterContinental Lounge. Some of the rooms take in the riverfront views with floor to ceiling glass windows and sport Bose soundbars, Nespresso machines and Wi-Fi throughout. After breakfast, saunter along the riverfront towards Clarke Quay – there are cafes along the way where you can sit alfresco and have a drink. Or hop on a public river taxi (5pm - 7pm and 8am-10am weekdays only, ticketed) and take a scenic ride all the way to Marina Bay Sands. At night there are countless restaurants to choose from, from chill crab dishes at Red House Seafood to Mexican at Super Loco – all with a waterfront view and within a two minute walk of your bed.

InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay
1 Nanson Road,
Robertson Quay, 238909 Singapore

Tel: (+65) 6826 5000
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Best For: For Trendsetters and Fashionistas

The Warehouse Hotel: Smoky Sexy

 

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A relatively new comer to the Singapore hotel scene - but definitely one to check out. The Warehouse Hotel was built in 1895 along the Singapore River as part of the Straits of Malacca trade route. At that time, the area was a hotbed of secret societies, underground activity, and liquor distilleries. Today, while much of that history has disappeared, The Warehouse Hotel has been meticulously restored as a modern 37-room boutique hotel, focusing on heritage and local culture. Open as of January 2017, it delivers thoughtful hospitality with historically-detailed rooms, classic local dishes and craft cocktails in the vibrant neighbourhood of Robertson Quay.

The Warehouse Hotel: Smoky Sexy
320 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay,
Singapore, 169628
Tel: (+65) 6828 0000
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Best for: City Eco Warriors

Park Royal Collection : Eco- Hotel-in-a Garden

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Those with an interest in eco-friendly destinations can look to Park Royal Pickering for their Singapore stay. Although it is set bang in the central business district, Park Royal Pickering stands out with its green foliage cascading from every corner. Their sky-gardens are landscaped with tropical plants and frangipani while palm trees flourish at every fourth level. Eco- friendly features abound here, from solar powered systems to rain harvesting in order to save water. Being green at Park Royal Pickering doesn’t mean taking the luxe out of your stay though. There’s a state-of-the-art fitness centre, the award winning St. Gregory spa and an outdoor infinity pool complete with Instagrammable birdcage-inspired cabanas that afford spectacular views through the green foliage of Singapore’s stunning skyline.

PARKROYAL on Pickering
3 Upper Pickering Street,
Singapore 058289

Tel: (+65) 6809 8888
Toll-Free: 1800 2557 795
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Best for: History Buffs

The Fullerton Hotel: Iconic Grandeur

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Located in a grand 1928 neoclassical landmark (which once housed Singapore’s General Post Office), The Fullerton Hotel is a 400 room hotel located on the Singapore River. This central location gives you the perfect launch pad to explore central Singapore, with Raffles Place, Boat Quay, the Merlion and Marina Bay all within walking distance. Rooms are smartly decorated (ask for a room with a river view), and have spacious marble bathrooms with all the mod cons you would expect from a five star property (blue tooth speakers, flat screens, and Nespresso machines). There are three restaurants in the hotel – a good breakfast is served in Town restaurant where you can sit alfresco for lovely river views. Don’t miss a drink at sunset at the Lighthouse rooftop bar which provides great views over Marina Bay.

The Fullerton Hotel
1 Fullerton Square,

Singapore, 049178
Tel: (+65) 6733 8388
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Best For: Sophisticats

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore: Glitz and Glamour

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The Fullerton Bay Hotel is an impressive luxury hotel with excellent commanding views of the Marina Bay waterfront. It is located at Collyer Quay, a coveted spot for those looking to sightsee (with the Merlion, ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay all nearby). Service is paramount and decor is stunning throughout the 100 room hotel. Ask for a bay room for the best waterfront views and the prime position to watch the nightly light show at 8pm at Marina Bay Sands. The Fullerton Bay goes the extra mile with complimentary cultural tours, free Wi-Fi throughout, and use of a free internet enabled mobile phone during your stay. A definite must-do during your stay is drinks at the hotel’s roof top Lantern Bar. Embellished with a stunning 25 metre pool and two jacuzzis, this lower level roof top bar is the jewel in the Fullerton Bay Hotel’s crown, offering a different yet equally impressive angle to the sky-high views from other notable rooftop bars. 

 

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
80 Collyer Quay, Marina Bay,
049326 Singapore

Tel: (+65) 6333 8388,
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Best for: Couples Seeking Peace and Quiet

Villa Samadhi Singapore by Samadhi: Colonial Charm

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Set in lush greenery this 20 room boutique hotel in a converted black and white property exudes colonial charm and quiet luxury. Villa Samadhi’s location in the jungle of Labrador Park gives it a tranquil tropical feel – offering peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of central Singapore (a mere twenty minute taxi ride away). If you need a break from city life and are not looking to be in the thick of the action this is the spot for you. The extra touches (four poster beds, wooden bathtubs, and rain showers coupled with all the mod cons of flatscreens and Wi-Fi) plus the excellent service at Villa Samadhi set it apart from corporate hotels. You’ll have afternoon tea brought to your room while you read on the veranda followed by a refreshing dip in your private plunge pool. Come evening, it’s only a short walk to Tamarind Hill restaurant (one of the only restaurants nearby) where complimentary sundowner cocktails are served followed by a delicious Thai dinner.

Note: Small children cannot be accommodated at this hotel (over 13 yrs olds only).

Villa Samadhi Singapore by Samadhi
Labrador Villa Road,
Singapore 119189

+65 6274 5674
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Please do contact us on reservations@bawahreserve.com for any advice or help with regards to booking your Singapore hotel. 

 

 

 

 

 

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