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Singapore Expats comprehensive list of hotels in Singapore. Providing your business needs or leisure in Singapore.

Many hotels offer an array of dining experiences and also facilities like concierge service, gymnasium, swimming pool, car park, security or even tennis courts. Please contact us to add to this list or have a more detailed listing for your hotel.


Listings of hotels in Singapore.
Hotels - Address and Telephone


Albert Court Hotel
180 Albert Street
Tel : 6339 3939
Allson Hotel Singapore
101 Victoria St #02-00
Tel : 6336 0811
Amara Singapore
165 Tg Pagar Road
Tel : 6879 2555
Carlton Hotel (S) Pte Ltd
76 Bras Basah Road #01-00
Tel : 6338 8333
Conrad Centennial Singapore
2 Temasek Boulevard
Tel : 6334 8888
Concorde Hotel
100 Orchard Road
Tel: 6733 8855 
Copthorne King's Hotel
403 Havelock Rd
Tel : 6733 0012
Copthorne Orchid Hotel Singapore Pte Ltd
214 Dunearn Road
Tel : 6250 5122
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
190 Orchard Boulevard
Tel : 6734 1110
Fort Canning Lodge
6 Fort Canning Road
Tel : 6338 4222
Fullerton Hotel The
1 Fullerton Square
Tel : 6733 8388
Furama Hotel Singapore Pte Ltd
60 Eu Tong Sen Street #03-00
Tel : 6533 3888
Garden Hotel
14 Balmoral Road
Tel : 6235 3344
Goodwood Park Hotel Ltd
22 Scotts Road
Tel : 6737 7411
Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Road
Tel : 6738 1234
Grand Park Orchard
270 Orchard Road
Tel : 6603 8888
Hilton Singapore
581 Orchard Road
Tel : 6737 2233
Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore
317 Outram Road
Tel : 6733 0188
Holiday Inn Park View Singapore
11 Cavenagh Road
Tel : 6733 8333
Hotel Asia Pte Ltd
37 Scotts Road
Tel : 6737 8388
Hotel Jen
1A Cuscaden Road
Tel : 6738 2222
Hotel Meridien Changi-Singapore
1 Netheravon Road
Tel : 6548 8000
Hotel Miramar (S) Ltd
401 Havelock Road
Tel : 6733 0222
Hotel Negara Ltd
10 Claymore Rd
Tel : 6737 0811
Hotel Phoenix Singapore (Pte) Ltd
277 Orchard Road #01-00
Tel : 6737 8666
Hotel Rendezvous Pte Ltd
9 Bras Basah Road
Tel : 6335 1880
Hotel Royal Ltd
36 Newton Road
Tel : 6253 4411
Hotel Supreme Singapore
15 Kramat Road
Tel : 6737 8333
Hua Shui Hotel
5 Lor 27 Geylang
Tel : 6745 3650
INNOTEL Hotel
11 Penang Lane
Tel : 6327 2727
Intercontinental Singapore
80 Middle Road
Tel : 6338 7600
Le Meridien Hotel Singapore
100 Orchard Road
Tel : 6733 8855
M Hotel Singapore
81 Anson Road
Tel : 6224 1133
Marina Mandarin
6 Raffles Boulevard
Tel : 6338 3388
Marriott Singapore
320 Orchard Road
Tel : 6735 5800
Meritus Mandarin Singapore
333 Orchard Road
Tel : 6235 8588
Meritus Negara Singapore
10 Claymore Road
Tel : 6736 0248
Metropole Hotel Pte Ltd
41 Seah Street
Tel : 6336 3611
Mount Emily Hotel
10A Up Wilkie Road
Tel : 6338 9151
Novotel Apollo Singapore
405 Havelock Road
Tel : 6733 2081
Novotel Clarke Quay Singapore
177A River Valley Road
Tel : 6338 3333
Orchard Grand Court
131 Killiney Road
Tel : 6733 1133
Orchard Hotel
442 Orchard Road
Tel : 6734 7766
Orchard Parade Hotel
1 Tanglin Road
Tel : 6737 1133
The Oriental Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue #01-00 Marina Square
Tel : 6338 0066
Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore The
7 Raffles Boulevard
Tel : 6336 8111
Pan Pacific Orchard Hotel
10 Claymore Road
Tel : 6737 0811
Paramount Hotel
25 Marine Parade Road
Tel : 6447 2654
Park View Hotel Pte Ltd
81 Beach Road
Tel : 6338 8558
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel
5 Coleman Street
Tel : 6337 2200
Quincy Hotel
22 Mount Elizabeth
Tel : 6738 5888
Raffles Hotel (1886) Ltd
1 Beach Road
Tel : 6337 1886
Raffles The Plaza, Singapore
2 Stamford Road
Tel : 6339 7777
Regent Singapore The
1 Cuscaden Road
Tel : 6733 8888
River View Hotel
382 Havelock Road
Tel : 6732 9922
Robertson Quay Hotel
15 Merbau Road Tel : 6735 3333
Royal Plaza
25 Scotts Road Scottswalk
Tel : 6737 7966
Shangri-La Hotel Ltd
22 Orange Grove Road #02-00
Tel : 6737 3644
Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel
39 Scotts Road
Tel : 6737 6888
Singapore Marriott Hotel
320 Orchard Road
Tel : 6735 8967
Swissotel Merchant Court Singapore
20 Merchant Road
Tel : 6337 2288
Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore
2 Stamford Road
Tel : 6338 8585
The Elizabeth Hotel
24 Mount Elizabeth
Tel : 6738 1188
The Gallery Hotel Pte Ltd
76 Robertson Quay #03-00
Tel : 6849 8686
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Ave
Tel : 6337 8888
York Hotel
21 Mount Elizabeth
Tel : 6737 0511

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Re: 8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

PNGMK:
I'm not bashing the OP at all but this is a very valid reason why others should think very hard about buying large breed puppies. There are very limited options if they need to give the dog up in Singapore. There just aren't enough people in landed properties who will adopt these beautiful dogs. Stick to your small breeds.

Another factor I have discovered is that some (well most) locals here are anal about paperwork. I ended up with a beautiful $400 dwarf blue rabbit for free as it's expat owner didn't have the paperwork for some reason and Singaporean's wouldn't take it off him. Without the paperwork exporting the rabbit when he left was a no-go as well.

Re: Hong Kong

earthfriendly:
For some Singaporeans, the fear and stigma of being "poor" is so deeply ingrained. They will avoid it at all cost. It is a no brainer to give up a little bit of your own freedom and sanctity of life just to gain a little bit of economic advantage. A common sentiment with many of the older Hong Kongers who do not understand why the young would participate in the protests and risk their own economic well being and safety.

America was built with ideals like this.

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." ~ Benjamin Franklin

Re: Visitor Visa Request Rejected - Appeal Stauts and Next Steps - Suggestions

sundaymorningstaple:
Yep, sounds like one of the "professional students" that they cracked down on.

Re: Visitor Visa Request Rejected - Appeal Stauts and Next Steps - Suggestions

sree7:
Short answer: probably not.

Did MoM provide any explanation for their rejection of your Employment Pass? If so, what was their explanation?

If you failed to disclose the past entry problem if/when asked then that's ordinarily fatal, and for years probably. Immigration authorities around the world really don't like false statements or material omissions of fact. I hope you didn't do that.

Yes they gave explanation that this candidate have adverse record with mom.So look for another candidate. That is it..and No false statements at all.I studied for 2 years and worked for 1 year everything is fine.

Re: 8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

sundaymorningstaple:
Worse still, I have a park in front of my flat, but I live in an HDB and I'm sure a Husky is not an approved breed.

Re: Hong Kong

calugaruvaxile:


If he's British do you think he might have inherited some pride in what his ancestors helped create in the first place, that wouldn't exist as is without them? And perhaps saddened to see how post-independence they have had some of the values that were a successful foundation stone removed?

There was another poster earlier pondering how SG can successfully compete in the 21st century. Maybe restoring the foundation stones of freedom of speech and freedom of expression? I'm not sure if the leap from a manufacturing based economy to a knowledge based economy can occur without them. But how to tolerate...

easily!!! the sg gov't will declare it as it's objective for the next 5 years. a roadmap will be designed. every 3 months a govt official (specifically hired for this job) will check the milestones. after 5 years, the objective will be 110% reached (as it will be mentioned by the pmlee during the ndp speech) and the previously-mentioned govt official will be promoted.

i'm amazed you thought sg can't handle these ... mmm ... puny things

Re: House Prices could drop by a Quarter?

BBCWatcher:
Interestingly the Foreign Housing Exclusion, a provision in the U.S. tax code, only applies to rental housing. On occasion tax provisions can favor renting, and that's one such example. There's also the fact that rental rates and purchase prices can become detached -- as in central London right now -- so the smart move financially is to rent when that happens.

There are many very savvy and very wealthy corporations that rent office space and never buy it. Likewise, there really shouldn't be any bias one way or the other for individuals and families.

I would also point out that it's extremely easy to invest in real estate without buying a whole property. The financial markets offer REITs and even REIT index funds. You can buy $100, $1000, or $5000 of real estate that way.

Re: 1gb fibre required

PNGMK:
Agree with MyRepublic. Plus they have some offshore DNS addresses and you can buy a static IP if needed.

Re: 8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

PNGMK:
Ah that's so sad. I've adopted a rabbit and cat but I can't fit a dog in as well.

Couple F/29 M/30 looking for new friends

Tessa&Ben:
Hi there,

We moved a year ago from the Netherlands to Singapore. We really like it here but missing some good friends to hang out with or go for a diner.
I work as an Vet and Ben works as a offshore engineer, in his leave he works as an snowboard instructor in Singapore.
Just let us know if you would like to go for a drink, we would like to meet you

Dutch couple ( 30 and 29 ) looking for new friends

Tessa&Ben:
Hi,

We're looking for new friends in Singapore. We moved to Singapore about a year ago because of our jobs, she is a vet and I'm an offshore engineer. After a hectic year we really would like to make some good friends to hang out with and explore Singapore.

8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

roymp625:
hi everyone, i have to give up my siberian husky because i recently moved into a smaller apartment with tenants there sadly isn't enough space for my dear dog to run around. I hope someone that is willing to take her on will give her the life she truly deserves.

name: Kayla, Spayed. (8 years old) please email me at roymp625@hotmail.com only interested parties. Owners with lawns and non-first time dog owners preferred.

Re: 1gb fibre required

zzm9980:


It's easy, I do it all the time. The catch is just not in a single connection, but multiple. This is where BitTorrent really shines. :) Even besides then, many large sites have a CDN presence inside or outside of Singapore matters less and less.

OP, I use MyRepublic and have had no issues with them at all. Whoever you pick, don't pick one of the big 3 Telcos for your home ISP. They throttle during peak hours and transparently proxy all outbound HTTP/HTTPS requests so all of their customers come from a small subnet of IPs.

Re: Need advice and suggestions - regarding OandG jobs for a foreigner

PNGMK:
I tend to agree. You're not in a robust part of the business either.

Re: PR for Kids is still pending

PNGMK:
I suspect you'll get them in.