We have not been offered free stays at Marina Bay Sands for quite a few months and the staycation bug bites deep and hard, especially when ...
Food at Amara Singapore in Element Restaurant is sadly not the same as pre-pandemic.
The beautifully appointed Crest Suite and its accompanying privileges made for a surprisingly luxurious and memorable stay, and I would strongly recommend it for celebrating a special occasion.
We think it is one of the best coffee spots in Raffles City – great ambience, professional service and good coffee that is reasonably priced.
這次在新加坡是住在Swissotel The Stamford，位置好，就在捷運City Hall站上面，到站後看指標走上來，先到Raffles City，往右轉經過麥當勞往左轉就到了～而且我看上這間
Food at Grissini, Food Capital, Tempo is International cuisine, and includes American, British, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, with a range of rotisserie / grilled meats, fresh seafood, salads, main courses, stir-frys, desserts, cold cuts, and more.
With attractive early bird prices for the first 50 sign-ups, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel has a slew of packages to ensure a productive workday ahead in Food Capital and Tempo Bar.
If you prefer to have lighter bites, I'd recommend the pork satay and the deep fried wings.
the bed is among one of the most comfortable hotel beds. The bed is so big it can fit 4 Santas on it.
Parkroyal Collection Pickering may not sound familiar to some of you but the stunning structure, with greenery that seemed to take root fro...
This is probably one of the biggest hotel property in the CBD. The design of the room and club lounge impress me the most, while service is mixed on the grounds. The standards of the food is really average in general.
The staycation workshops were pretty fun, and worth getting it together with the room. Plus, you get to enjoy the end product!
Great infinity pool in the city for sure, and the spacious rooms and grand lobby make The Westin Singapore a pleasant experience for me.
The business hotel may not have the most impressive overall experience, but its uniquely tranquil qualities, impressive bay views and surprisingly satisfying club lounge experience make the property a notable option for those seeking a restorative, restful getaway.
The Seafood and Champagne Afternoon Tea is priced at $85 (for 2 pax) and is inclusive of 2 glasses of champagne. This is not inclusive of other beverages. For this price point, i may closed an eye to the quality of the food.
The bites were great and I especially enjoyed the velvety smooth foie gras terrine on crisp brioche which was complemented perfectly by a Williams pear compote, balsamic vinaigrette and pistachio.
The food at Park Palace is excellent (and I will share this soon in a separate post) and the quality of the s.p.a. is equally impressive.
Definitely a great Singapore staycation spot for locals, and a highly accessible cosy choice for business travelers.
I stayed at the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay about two years ago and the property recently launched a “Join The Club” package from S$290++ where you get to access the Club InterContinental Lounge when you book a Club Studio room.
My stay at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay was quite a pleasant experience.
Aside from being one of the most premium properties in the appealing Robertson Quay area as well as one of Singapore’s newest hotels in recent years, the property is bold in its delivery of such a unique luxury residential-style experience, especially in the context of an InterContinental hotel.
We have a great time staying at Sofitel Singapore City Centre. We find the accommodation to our liking and we also enjoy the benefits under Accor Plus member. We look forward to our future staycation here. Cheers!!
Food at Sofitel Singapore City Centre is primarily Modern European cuisine, with a highlight on French and Australian cuisines.
I had an overall pleasant stay at Sofitel Singapore City Centre. Service is generally good, room is on par with my expectations, and the shortfall is the breakfast as I expected better standards from Racines.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel is one of the best city waterfront hotel in terms of location and view.
One of my favourite dishes is the Flambeed Foie Gras with Champagne Poached William Pear, which features an extremely creamy flambéed foie gras paired with a soft and sweet William pear slice doused in Champagne.
I will certainly not forget my Premier Bay View Room with Jacuzzi experience anytime soon.
I am quite familiar with the Superior Braised Fish Maw with Crabmeat and Homemade Stuffed Crab Claw.
Chinese New Year in less than a month time and have you plan for your reunion dinner? Park Royal Clarke Quay ushers this Chinese New Year with a selection of bountiful feasts curated by the hotel’s Banquet Chef James Wong.
Park Royal Clarke Quay ushers this Chinese New Year with a selection of bountiful feasts curated by the hotel’s Banquet Chef James Wong.
Studio M Hotel will interest you if you are a fan of loft living, and it does provide a good base to explore Robertson Quay.
Service at Studio M Hotel is polite, efficient, but largely transactional. There's little engagement from the fairly young staff. They made several mistakes with my access, which was only partially corrected despite multiple attempts, so I experienced difficulty accessing some common areas of the hotel. In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, I observed Studio M Hotel staff performing more thorough and frequent cleaning of common areas.
The facilities and activities at Studio M Hotel are targetted at business travellers and couples, less so for families.
I had a good stay at The Clan and being one of the newest properties in the CBD, the contemporary yet sleek design of the room and the infinity pool appeal to me most.
A memorable staycation. Highly Recommended and will bookmark The Clan for a future staycation.
Service at The Clan Hotel is warm, attentive, and professional. Staff speak politely and accord each guest personalised attention, ensuring that you feel comfortable and have all your needs met.