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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: RE: Re: Applying for PR next week.

ecureilx:

If not applicable, put a N/A or you'll be doing that in front of the collecting officer.

Re: RE: Re: S-pass application: no record found

ecureilx:
Awesome! Thanks ecureilx for the quick reply! Appreciate it.

No need details lol. But if you do know how ICA WORKS...we (specially I) would like to know hehe. ;)
How ICA works ? Nobody outside ICA knows I guess .. I and a few contributors provide updates based on experience and sharing info.

If you meant how ICA can flag you, so some search here about posts from those who were denied entry to Singapore.

Re: Applying for PR next week.

stend15:
Thanks...there are some sections /pages which are not applicable to me...do i keep them blank or enter not applicable or /NA

Re: S-pass application: no record found

samgeh123:
Awesome! Thanks ecureilx for the quick reply! Appreciate it.

No need details lol. But if you do know how ICA WORKS...we (specially I) would like to know hehe. ;)

Re: RE: Re: S-pass application: no record found

ecureilx:
Thanks guys. Good discussion. One quick question. Again hehe. :)

If a pass is pending; will that person have trouble coming to Singapore (immigration) given normally that nationality is getting one month on-arrival visa? The pending application at MOM will result no entry granted or any other problem will occur at air port immigration?

Thanks guys!

We aim to please ;)

No, unless the candidate is being watched by ICA, for possible suspicious travel pattern, 100% fret not!

Does the above help, or would you like a detailed reply including how ICA works ? ;)

Re: PR chances for Japanese

Mad Scientist:
JunJun

I am retired now but I used to work for the Ministries and one of them is the former ICA called SIR, The selection of Prship is based solely on what you submitted in PR application form. Then they will do their due diligence
Main criteria is race, religion , kinship , tax (you have to pay tax), education but not in this order .
These are the main criteria. They will tinker with it based on social and political landscape at that given time.
Quotas are set by the gahmen . Not what is in demand by any sector of any industries or lack of it
BBCW throws a big smoke screen in front of you.
Prepare all your docs and submit it to your best knowledge. The only thing I can think of is to increase your shareholder stake and prepare a a flow chart or future business plans in your submission on your intention to expand your Singapore business and hiring locals in your company as a cover note or part of your resume. These has been done before and it helps to increase your chances if the main criteria meets the requirement.
PR to Japanese applicants have been approved before mainly for big MNC directors such as Matsushita Electric Industries, Nippon Paint etc but the numbers are very small.

@Mods : i have nothing against BBCW but if he/she keeps on giving twisted and blurry replies to questions posted by posters , these arguments will not stop.
Getting infos from Mr Google only covers 30 to 40% of the answers, The rest will comes from real life experiences. The forum has enough experienced people that has been there and done that to know if someone is BSh*tting or not
I said it before and I said it again if you Mods do not keep a check on what BBCW posted, this forum will land in hot water.

Re: S-pass application: no record found

samgeh123:
Thanks guys. Good discussion. One quick question. Again hehe. :)

If a pass is pending; will that person have trouble coming to Singapore (immigration) given normally that nationality is getting one month on-arrival visa? The pending application at MOM will result no entry granted or any other problem will occur at air port immigration?

Thanks guys!

Re: RE: Re: Long term visit pass application requirements

ecureilx:

I never knew that ...

Question, does that sponsoring of sponsored application help overcome the salary requirement?

Re: Long term visit pass application requirements

sundaymorningstaple:
True but they usually want a sponsor if you don't have local relatives who can do it so companies often have to sign as sponsors (if they are willing to, that is).

Re: SC application approved

sundaymorningstaple:
No, obviously common sense cannot be cut and pasted.....

Re: RE: Re: 23F Japanese looking for friends

ecureilx:


Unless you desperately want the desperate, curious and perverts and sundry to stalk you, posting your phone number is not a good idea ...
Edit it, if you are bit smart.

Re: RE: Re: 25F from London looking to meet new friends

ecureilx:


Unless you desperately want the desperate, curious and perverts and sundry to stalk you, posting your phone number is not a good idea ...
Edit it, if you are bit smart.

Re: RE: Re: Applying for PR next week.

ecureilx:
What does "sub cons" mean?

Meanwhile, when I asked whether our salary is a negative point I actually wanted to ask about our whole profile. I mean I know there are many Indians who apply but I assume a majority of them belong to IT or banking. Is me being in shipping positive/negative/doesnt matter?

Those from mother land are fondly called as Sub cons :)

As of now it's known that the Indian ratio is being "adjusted".

So IT or NON IT, your race plays a big part first..

Maybe somebody else may reply in detail ...