Full-service spa uses chemical-free Sodashi treatment line
Four tennis courts and two swimming pools
What To Know
WiFi costs extra
Pets are permitted; limitations and fees may apply
Free self-parking is available
Parking on site
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British colonial-era gem in the financial district with tennis courts, a spa and top-notch Cantonese cuisine
East meets west on Orchard Street, where the modern Four Seasons Hotel Singapore has 255 rooms and suites blending British colonial decor with Asian influences. Inside, there are two restaurants, including the signature Jiang-Nan Chun, which serves authentic Cantonese fare like wok fried king prawns with szechwan chili sauce; 24-hour room service is also available. Accommodations have sweeping city views, as well as a rich color palette of burnt orange, auburn, ivory and mocha that complement the 1,500 original works of art throughout. The award-winning spa offers respite with a range of East Asian and Balinese rituals, while the hotel’s two swimming pools and four tennis courts provide plenty of daytime action. An adults-only floor, complete with daily chocolate service and mood lighting, gives couples privacy in an otherwise family-friendly hotel.
In the Area
Singapore draws its rich cultural heritage from a melting pot of ethnicities, including Chinese, Indian and Malay, while British colonial influences are apparent in everything from the architecture to attractions. The bars and shops that crowd Chinatown are a vibrant example of this, and are worth a full- or half-day excursion. Beyond the financial district where top-notch shopping and dining abound, the area offers tons of family-friendly diversions. The Singapore Zoo is home to over 1,600 animals that roam freely around various landscaped enclosures. Nearby Night Safari gives kids a rare glimpse of the animal kingdom after dark from aboard a guided tram, while River Safari explores local marine life from a guided riverboat. Your concierge can arrange a Park Hopper pass so you can easily enjoy all three, or for couples, a catered picnic lunch à deux at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.