Marina Bay Sands
What We Love
- The vertigo-inducing infinity pool on the 57th floor rooftop Skypark
- Rooms with great views of the city and Marina Bay
- Thai massage and other Asian treatments at the Banyan Tree Spa
What To Know
- The Skypark viewing platforms and bar are open to non-hotel guests and can get crowded
- The hotel sits above a complex that includes malls, a casino, and multiple performance spaces
- Pets are not permitted
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The massive Marina Bay Sands complex encompasses 2,561 hotel rooms and suites, a shopping mall, a casino, a museum and dining options galore, including outposts from global celebrity chefs ranging from Daniel Boulud to Guy Savoy. Its crowning glory is the rooftop Skypark on level 57, with an infinity-edge pool, an observation deck, and nightclubs and restaurants. Hotel rooms are calm oases, with pale color palettes, separate sitting areas and work desks.
In the Area
The resort is so full-service and extensive that it would be easy to enjoy a Singapore vacation without ever leaving the grounds. The ArtScience Museum is devoted to art, science, media, design, architecture, and technology, and occupies a distinctive lotus-blossom-shaped structure. The downstairs mall, the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, includes an ice-skating rink and canals for sampan tours. One attraction worth leaving the resort grounds for (though you can probably see them from your room) is Singapore’s new Supertrees, vertical gardens that soar some 150 feet high.
How to Get There
This is a first class hotel in the world, with excellent hospitality and excellent hospitality and accommodation. This is a great location that allows for sightseeing in the city and a wealth of atractions around the hotel. The hotel has countless restaurants of various levels and plenty of attractions within the hotel such as shops and cafes.
The hotel has one of Bracha's wonderful attractions, which are located on the roof of the hotel, allowing for recreation and view of the city's surroundings, while providing service of food and drink while providing privacy.
Summarizing one of the hotels we aspire to return.
Stayed at this hotel in a bay view club room on the 41st floor. Our whole experience was awesome from start to finish and it was well worth the price paid. Right from our experience at check in to our departure, the hotel exceeded even our highest expectations. The room itself was terrific. We often book suites, but decided not to on this occasion. However, the club room was so big it was virtually a suite anyway. The view of the bay from our room was spectacular. I would return to this hotel in a heartbeat.
Visit Singapore's most iconic hotel for the world's largest rooftop Infinity Pool, award-winning dining, and a wide range of shopping and so on.
Dont forget to take a sea boat and enjoy the very lovely view at night!
The hotel has everything, amazing restaurants, shopping mall, casino and an amazing infinity pool looking over Singapore city. Even if not staying here visit the rooftop bars and restaurants, although pricey worthwhile for a special occasion or even just the breathtaking views. $20sgd to go to the top which can be put towards a drink. The structure itself is an engineering masterpiece.
Overall, our stay at Marina Bay Sands Singapore is ok. My only suggestion is the toilet should have a bidet for those people (like me) who wants to wash with water after # 2. :) But the staff and facilities are great.