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JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach - Exclusive accommodation for 2-nights

A design-led landmark in the heart of Singapore's art and culture district, JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach fuses contemporary architecture with restored heritage in a brilliant show of form and function.

Occupying three heritage buildings and two new hotel blocks, the luxury hotel features 634 guest rooms including 47 suites, 17 meeting rooms/venues, a grand ballroom with Philippe Starck-design interiors, 2 sky gardens, 2 out-door pools, the signature Spa by JW and 9 unique food and beverage concepts, including a restaurant helmed by world renowned chef, Akira Back, of Iron Chef America fame.

Located in close proximity to Singapore's key tourist attractions, Shenton Way Central Business District (CBD) and the Marina Bay entertainment and business district, JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach is the perfect choice for leisure and corporate travellers seeking enriching experiences and hospitality excellence.

Some quick numbers of the hotel:

  • 634 Rooms (including 47 Suites)
  • 9 Restaurants & Bars
  • 1 Grand Ballroom
  • 17 Meeting Rooms/Venues
  • 2 Sky Gardens & Pools
  • 1 Executive Lounge
  • 1 JW Signature Spa

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore - Luxury accommodation for 2-nights

Centrally located along Singapore’s Marina Bay, this 608-room luxury hotel continues to be distinguished by unparalleled hospitality synonymous with The Ritz-Carlton brand. Exciting local attractions such as Gardens by the Bay, the Art Science Museum, the Integrated Resorts and the Singapore Flyer are only minutes away, while over 2,000 shopping and dining options are accessible via a covered sky bridge.

Renowned for iconic views from its spacious guestrooms and suites, the hotel features an exclusive Club Lounge on level 32. Unwind at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, outdoor swimming pool or 24-hour gym, while world-class dining options include Colony which showcases a true taste of Singapore, or the One Michelin Star Summer Pavilion.

Resorts World Sentosa - Forum

Developed to a tune of S$6 billion, Resorts World Sentosa , the integrated resort located on Sentosa island consists of celebrity chef restaurants, theme parks and a casino. RWS is home to Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park as well as one of the world’s largest aquariums, the SEA Aquarium. One of the highlights at the SEA Aquarium includes the world’s largest acrylic panel and aquarium equivalent to two rows of three double decker buses stacked atop one another.

Marina Bay Sands - Welcome Experience

An integrated resort developed by parent company Las Vegas Sands at a cost of USD 6 billion, the project includes dining and entertainment offerings, retail, MICE facilities and a casino. One of the highlights includes the SkyPark which features the world's largest elevated outdoor pool – the infinity pool – that overlooks Singapore's breath-taking city skyline and the sea. The SkyPark is large enough to park three Boeing A380 planes.

Gardens by the Bay - Champagne on the OCBC Skyway

Gardens by the Bay is an independent organisation responsible for developing and managing one of Asia's foremost garden destinations, the Gardens by the Bay.

The Gardens is led by a multidisciplinary team of professionals who have been involved in the greening of Singapore and had worked alongside international and local experts to develop the Gardens. It has an in-house team of skilled landscape designers, horticulturists, arborists, engineers, plant health, garden and turf management experts, as well as plant research and orchid breeding professionals, who leverage on the extensive global network of plant sources cultivated during the development days, to continuously curate and grow the Gardens.

Guided by its vision to be a world of gardens for all to own, enjoy and cherish, Gardens by the Bay has earned numerous awards and accolades including the World Building of the Year in 2012, the President's Design Award (Singapore) in 2013, the Outstanding Achievement Award by the Themed Entertainment Association in 2014, the Largest Glass Greenhouse (Flower Dome) in the Guinness World Records for 2015, and the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2016. These achievements are testament to the ongoing excellence of the Gardens and spur the team towards attaining greater success.

Dinner and discoveries at the Asia’s most iconic city resort, the Shangri-La Singapore

For more than 40 years, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has been committed to delivering international standards of quality and service with an Asian spirit. Discover and explore Asia’s iconic Luxury City Resort with its unique, surprising event venues, amidst 15 hectares of greenery. Be treated to exclusive sneak previews of Shangri-La Singapore’s very exciting $100 million rejuvenation program, slated to end in May.

The Past Meets the Present: Fullerton Bay Hotel - Lunch at The Clifford Pier

Part of The Fullerton Heritage precinct, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore opened on 8 July 2010 with 100 rooms and suites. At its prime waterfront location at Marina Bay, the luxury hotel exudes a classical and elegant atmosphere that aptly captures Singapore's modernity while upholding its heritage.

Completely built over water, the hotel is a stunning, jewel-like addition to the renowned Marina Bay waterfront, and is illuminated by the setting sun. Well-positioned in the heart of the Central Business District, the hotel is ensconced between the iconic heritage buildings, Clifford Pier and Customs House. Both buildings played important roles in Singapore's history and saw the arrival of many of Singapore's early settlers.

Nestled in the vibrant financial, arts and cultural precinct, the hotel is located with immediate proximity to the bustling dining and entertainment hubs, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, as well as cultural centres Chinatown, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, National Gallery Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, Asian Civilisations Museum and Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel is well-linked to various transportation hubs such as Singapore Changi Airport which is half hour's drive away. The hotel is also a five minute walk away from Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transit station.

DESIGN

The hotel's inspiring glass fac?ade, designed by Singapore-based DP Architects, embodies the true spirit of the Marina Bay waterfront. Guests enjoy a sense of arrival via the graceful Clifford Pier entrance and expansive 17-metre wide lobby by design wunderkind, Andre Fu who has been hailed by trendsetting Monocle Magazine as "Design Master" and by Conde Nast Traveler USA as "Asian Design Sensation".

Fu is also responsible for the Hotel restaurants – La Brasserie, Lantern, The Clifford Pier and The Landing Point. Set against the egg-white interior, a stunning cylindrical chandelier that measures five metres in diameter is suspended at a dramatic 10 metre height. At eye level, two groups of plush lounge seating are positioned in perfect symmetry to enhance the ambience of residential elegance.

Throughout the hotel, guests enjoy facets of Singapore's vibrant history with Fu's hand-picked selection of vintage nautical maps and commissioned contemporary art that reflects the celebration of heritage and modernity.

Fu comments, "To create a modern colonial hotel that pays tribute to the bygone era, I have purposely conjured up a sense of refinement throughout".

An intriguing palette of rich marble in varying tones of mineral greys is combined with bespoke furnishings in lush olive greens, burnt orange and deep aubergine shades. This combination ensures that The Fullerton Bay Hotel retains links to the heritage precinct in which it is located yet when viewed in its entirety, the hotel remains contemporary and international in style.

THE CLIFFORD PIER

Unveiled in May 2014, The Clifford Pier is The Fullerton Bay Hotel's latest destination restaurant. A historic landmark, Clifford Pier was built in 1933 as the landing jetty for ships and marks the arrival point where Singapore's forefathers began a new chapter of their lives. An air of adventure and discovery surrounds the Pier which is closely representative of the Singapore story. In the Pier's earliest days, hawkers plied its waters on sampans offering comfort food such as porridge with simple dishes to warm the stomachs of Singapore's pioneers who journeyed from afar. From the 1950s, the car park adjacent to the Pier was transformed into a hawker centre at night. Our new dining destination preserves the Pier's intrinsic hawker culture and honours its historical role as a melting pot of diverse cultures by presenting the best of Singapore's delicacies and reinterpretations of Asian specialties and Western classics.

Signatures: Heritage Bites (Mixed platter of kong bak bao, kueh pie tee & grilled satay), The Clifford Pier Laksa (Prawns, rice vermicelli, quail eggs, bean curd puff & bean sprouts in spicy coconut gravy),  Porchetta (Slow-roasted spice infused crispy suckling pig), Wagyu Beef Rendang Served with traditional achar pickles, Hainanese Chicken Rice.

Capacity: 208 persons (indoor seating), 64 persons (al fresco seating)

THE FULLERTON MONUMENT TOUR

Like all great destinations, The Fullerton Building has a great story to tell. Standing majestically at the mouth of the Singapore River, the Fullerton Building witnessed the transformation of Singapore from a colonial outpost to a first-world metropolis.

Let our resident guide take you back in time to 1928 when the story of the Fullerton Building first began. As “Mile Zero”, from which all of Singapore was measured, the historical building had famously hosted the General Post Office – known then as the “Most Important Post Office in the East.” It was also here where Singapore pioneer leaders made decisions that steered the course of the nation, propelling Singapore into first-world status.

Discover the rich history of our newly minted National Monument and gain exclusive access to preserved areas within The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.

Housing 2 iconic monuments, the former Supreme Court and City Hall, the National Gallery has one of the  world ’s largest collections of Southeast Asian and Singaporean arts. It is also a site of great historical significance where the Japanese troops surrendered at the end of  World War II and where Singapore’s first Prime Minister, Mr Lee Kuan Yew was inaugurated. Follow in the footsteps of a historian and view art pieces unique to Singapore.

National Orchid Garden, Singapore Botanic Gardens

Nestled within the 156 year old Botanic Gardens in Singapore, The National Orchid Garden is a key highlight of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which recently attained the UNESCO’s  World Heritage Site status as the first and only tropical garden on UNESCO’s  World Heritage Site list. A must-visit includes the VIP Orchid Garden – where Singapore orchids were used to promote goodwill and foster close ties between nations since 1957, by naming selected orchid hybrids after International VIPs. Examples of VIP Orchids on display include Dendrobium Elizabeth, Dendrobium Margaret Thatcher and Vanda William Catherine just to name a few. 

W Singapore - Sentosa Cove

W Singapore - Sentosa Cove features 240 sea and marina facing guestrooms, including four WOW Suites and one Extreme WOW Suite. All rooms feature custom-made furnishings and stylish accents unique to Singapore and W's signature amenities including W bed, a feather-top mattress and goose-down comforter, "Munchie Boxes", cutting-edge technology and in-room entertainment systems including mood lightings, 42" LED TV, Wi-Fi, iPod plug-and-play, handy smartphone and PressReader. Other facilities include a state-of-the art fitness centre, FIT, outdoor pool WET®, and an AWAY® Spa, with the latter comprising nine Spa Treatment Rooms and nine Spa Rooms & Suites. With a mission to fuel guests' lust for life, the hotel offers yoga and bootcamp classes igniting an obsessive desire to soak it in, live it up and hit repeat. The brand's iconic 24-hour Whatever/Whenever® service creates an experience that is often copied but never matched.