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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
If you're looking for pure luxury, this is the place to be! I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and i cant wait to come back again. Looking forward to heading back to Singapore, and will definitely stay here again!
We had a great stay at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. It was the jumping off point to a bigger trip to Thailand, and it was perfect for what we were looking for, i.e. a couple days to get used to the time difference in a relaxing atmosphere. The hotel is a city unto itself. The pool at the top is awesome with great views. Odd they clean it everyday at 3:30 which is when it seemed to be the busiest. The selfie taking in the pool was interesting to say the least.
We chose this hotel as we were only spending a night coming back from Thailand and all in all are happy we did it, the location is great and the views you get form the rooms and of course both the pool desk and the observatory (which you have free access to being a guest) are worth the stay and the cost of the room, Also they very kindly still grant you access to the fitness centre once you check out so you can use the facilities and have a shower before flying home (generally night flights back to Europe) , the staff is impeccable and always very attentive and polite. It is of course the hotel it is so nothing much to fault, other than for this standard of hotel i found it a bit disappointing that little extra touches in the room were missing, for example an umbrella for tropical rains which are common in Singapore. Other than that the room was good in a traditional (not very modern edgy way) way and we had a great 18th floor view of the city. The one thing to point out, depending on what are your plans/expectations, is this hotel is an attraction in itself hence very busy, if not crowded and loud, not relax in the common areas, no real seating area in the lobby and the pool is a battlefield to get lounges (despite the help if the pool attendants) and find space to swim, also plenty of kids ( I do not have anything against children) in what was clearly signposted as Adults only area...so if you are stopping over just briefly go for it as you will get the Singapore experience, and get great views in a great location....