While in many cities choosing the right location
of the hotel you stay at can make a lot of difference in the time
it takes for you to commute from one meeting to the next,
Singapore has got such an efficient transport system that it is
not as important a factor as elsewhere.
Plus of course, Singapore
is not that big, so getting around whether you travel by car, bus,
trishaw or MTR is inexpensive, and reliable.
Whether you prefer modern hotels like Studio M,
budget properties like V or Value, luxurious hotels such as the
Fullerton Bay or Mandarin Oriental, hotels steeped in history such
as the Raffles Hotel, or icons such as the Marina Bay Sands,
Singapore has them all and much more besides.
We are currently revamping this section of the
website - long overdue, we know - to give you an inside look at
what the hotels in Singapore are like. We will of course feature
the popular locations of Orchard Road, and the Marina Bay, but
also new and upcoming tourist areas such as Lavender, Balestier,
Novena, and elsewhere around the city.
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