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Where to stay near Marina Bay

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Marina Bay?

Singapore's Marina Bay area is a vibrant business and entertainment hotspot. You'll find a great variety of accommodations within the district's 60 hectares, from elegant 5-star hotels to budget-friendly inns and hostels. The country's year-round tropical climate means you can visit any time and generally not worry about bad weather ruining your vacation. Hotels are busiest during the peak months of November to January, and June and July, especially during holidays such as the Chinese New Year. Crowds are noticeably less dense in the low season, from August to October, when there are higher chances of scoring great Marina Bay hotel deals.

What are the Top Hotels in Marina Bay

Book one of the Pan Pacific Singapore hotel's more than 700 rooms and expect a proper 5-star experience. Impeccable service is the norm here, and there are 5 restaurants where you can choose from Singaporean and international dishes, as well as relaxation and wellness facilities that include 2 outdoor pools and a full-service spa. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, is another 5-star hotel that gets plenty of accolades. The sprawling property offers more than 600 refined guestrooms, an outdoor pool, 2 restaurants, and a free children's club. The hip and urbane Marina Mandarin hotel is another tourist favourite, having almost 600 spacious rooms, 3 restaurants, an outdoor pool, and a full-service spa.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Marina Bay?

The Civic District is home to several high-rise hotels, which offer spectacular vantage points for gazing out over Marina Bay and the city's glittering skyline at night. Areas of interest here include the massive Raffles Place shopping complex, the ever-busy Esplanade arts centre, and the stately National Museum of Singapore. Hotels in Chinatown in the Outram district are within easy reach of historic sites such as the 19th-century Thian Hock Keng Temple, as well as the overwhelming street food stalls of the Maxwell Food Centre. If you're yearning for nocturnal adventures, consider hotels in the Singapore River area, where you'll find clubs and bars galore.

What are Hotels like in Marina Bay?

Premium and budget accommodations are plentiful in Marina Bay, most of which provide free high-speed WiFi. A good number of luxury hotels occupy prime real estate near the waterfront, offering spacious suites, some with balconies overlooking the scenic bay, well-designed pools, and high-class spas. You'll also find lots of mid-range lodgings in the Civic District, featuring well-appointed rooms, an on-site restaurant or bar, and state-of-the-art business centres. There are also reasonably priced hostels in Chinatown and the Singapore River precinct, where you can expect clean and comfortable accommodations in the form of shared guestrooms, as well as a modest complimentary breakfast.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Marina Bay?

Location plays a major role in how low or how high hotel rates can go. Luxury hotels in Marina Bay, for example, are mostly located quite close to the shore, and suites here can range from S$210 to S$530. Many 3- and 4-star hotels are scattered throughout the area; those found along Anson Road and Keong Saik Road charge rates from S$98 to S$168 a night. If you aren't looking for anything fancy, just clean and comfortable lodgings that can be had for cheap, consider Chinatown and the Singapore River area, where a room at an inn or a hostel can go for as low as S$16 per night.

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