Grand Park City Hall , Swissotel The Stamford
Marina Square, Suntec City
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Grand Park City Hall , Swissotel The Stamford, Fairmont Singapore, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel, lyf Funan Singapore by Ascott, Heritage @ Clarke Quay, Heritage Collection on Boat Quay (Quayside) - A Digital ApartHotel, Heritage Apartments Boat Quay
Currently, there are around 24 hotels that you can book in Singapore City Hall
It is a national monument gazetted on 14 February 1992. It can be found in front of historical Padang, and adjacent to the Supreme Court of Singapore, it was designed and built by the architects of the municipal government, A. Gordans and F. D. Meadows from 1926 to 1929. A flight of stairs takes visitors from the Corinthian colonnade to the main building. The building was constructed to replace several houses designed by architect G.D. Coleman. It was first known as Municipal Building until 1951 when King George VI granted Singapore city status.
From the city, it will take about 20 minutes to reach there by using the Central Expressway (CTE) highway.
The Singapore River lies at the heart of the Clarke Quay, providing the central artery for this area’s thriving nightlife scene. However, the river offers visitors much more than just a picturesque spot to come for food and drinks. Boat tours are available that cruise up and down the entire length of the river, taking advantage of all the interesting sights along the way, ending up in Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and eventually the Marina Bay. The river snakes under historically important bridges such as Clemenceau Bridge and Anderson Bridge, as well as passing important Singapore landmarks such as the Merlion and Esplanade on its way into the Singapore Strait.
The G-Max Reverse Bungy is a landmark in itself at Clarke Quay, especially when the giant bungy structure is illuminated at night. This is one attraction for geared towards those craving their daily dose of adrenalin. Thrill seekers roll up any time after 14:00 (expect a short queue in the evening), strap in, and then get launched 60 feet into the air at a speed of 200kmh! Sounds dangerous? It’s not: G-Max Reverse Bungy boasts a 100% safety record with over 1,000,000 riders successfully making it back down to earth in one piece. A great alternative, kid-friendly attraction – though at S$45 a pop, we’ll let you decide whether it’s particularly ‘budget friendly’.
Singapore Lockdown is a real-life escape game in which players are placed into a ‘locked’ room and have to figure a way of getting out collaboratively. Each room presents a new puzzle, some simple, some not, and if you get stuck, you can always ask the helpful staff for clues. Failing that, there’s an emergency escape door for those that become too claustrophobic or find that their time has run out – whichever comes sooner: great fun for the whole family and a good alternative way to spend a rainy day in Singapore. You can find Lockdown located in ‘The Central’ shopping centre in Clarke Quay. Games cost around S$20 per person per hour.
Step into a world of comfort and experience the finest in Swiss hospitality at Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore’s Leading Business Hotel and one of the tallest hotels in Southeast Asia. Strategically located in the heart of Singapore with the City Hall Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train station and other major transportation nodes at its doorstep, Swissotel The Stamford is an upscale hotel that boasts a prime location amidst world-class shopping, dining, entertainment and business opportunities.
Be treated to unrivalled comfort in 1,252 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites with private balconies providing breathtaking views of Singapore’s bustling cityscape and nearby islands of Malaysia and Indonesia. All rooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access in the rooms and wireless access in the other public areas of the hotel, as well as comprehensive business services at the Swiss Executive Club, travelling executives will find working away from home much more convenient. The price starts from SGD 330.00 per night.
Located in a prime spot in Singapore’s Civic District and within the Central Business District (CBD), Grand Park City Hall is a stone's throw from major shopping malls such as Raffles City and Capitol Piazza and endless dining options. Suntec City and the Marina Bay entertainment and business district are minutes away by car. We look forward to welcoming you with our warm and loving hospitality.
Room interiors take a modern local twist that showcases Peranakan-patterned floor tiles paired with colonial-inspired details infused throughout. Every room is designed to be intuitive and boasts technological conveniences that include touching sensitive lamps, charging ports for smartphone devices and energy efficient ceiling fans. Controlling lights and in-room climate cooling is made easy with a mobile app and in-room touchpad control. Offering commanding views over the Lion City’s iconic skyline, the guest rooms and suites of this luxury lifestyle hotel are a place for respite, away from the city's hustle and bustle. The price starts from SGD 231.00 per night.
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