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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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WAGoldman:
I am in need of a Singapore attorney to act on my behalf to dismiss a commercial case that was filed in Singapore courts. Can anyone give me a recommendation for an inexpensive attorney to file the necessary papers with the court? Thanks

Re: PR Application - Chances/Odds

Strong Eagle:


Your point seems to be all about semantics. I can use the generic term "sleeping surface" to describe anywhere I might choose to sleep but that descriptions misses the more nuanced definitions of "bed", "cot", "hammock", etc that provide additional information about the sleeping surface.

And do it is with your insistence that everything the government collects must be called taxes. Yes, as with a sleeping surface, it can be said that any non-voluntary monies handed over the the government are taxes, and it misses the nuanced meanings.

In reality, "taxes" are those dollars I pay from which I derive general benefits, shared with others who also pay the taxes. Property taxes and sales taxes support the general good, like roads, courts, and schools.

"Fees" are another form of tax that provide me with a specific benefit, and the intent of the fee is to have me support the benefit I use. I pay fees to license my car, to renew my own drivers license, or file for a building permit. I pay fees to use a public park. I pay a fee for the water I use, the garbage I generate, and the sewage I produce. The intent is that I pay for what I use and not pass the costs on to the general population.

Then there are "premiums" and "contributions". These are the monies that I must pay, from which I personally benefit, now or in the future. SS, state teachers retirement, Medishare, and mandatory pension programs are just a few.

So, yes... it's a tax, and it's more.
Sure

Re: Banking jobs in Singapore

Marck123:
@M123
No I left SG mid last year, currently about half-way back home, in what might be our final foreign posting.
What you describe ^ is the kind of thing that could spur a relo. If that project of yours gets rolled out, who better to oversee it's installation and bringing into production? That's a parallel of how my expatting started.
So in your shoes if you make that trip I'd keep in mind that there's a chance a relo might result. Getting there, doing the job, 'fitting in with the team' (work and play), if possible making yourself invaluable, exceeding what's asked of you, carving out your own role*, etc... you never know.
Best of luck!

p.s. within the permitted remit perhaps say writing a set of user-procedures, or a training programme, or an interface vs risk or reg reporting, and so on. i.e. going from just doing an install, to aiming at the next role above that includes the management of it's useage. (Sorry, hard to explain, but just as an example that's how I went from say speccing/testing a front>mid/office trading system, to then morphing into the FinController of what went through that system).

So where abouts are you now? Not sure from your location on here!

As it happens and only last week, my trip to HK got partially approved (hotel and food costs). I am flying out on Thursday and will spend the following week working from the HK office, and a few additional days on holiday before going to Shanghai for a few more days travelling.

Good advice, I will definitely try and make a very good impression while I am there by doing beyond what is asked when I roll out this project I'm working on. Though, given the relocation strategy of my department, and the fact my project is probably not substantial enough to warrant a perm move, I will investigate other opportunities while I am there. Moreover, I have contacted numerous recruitment consultants in an attempt to set up meetings, only a couple have got back to me to arrange something but still worth a shot! Also Linkedin hasn't been that helpful yet.

If I keep knocking on that door, eventually something might happen...

Re: Music

JR8:
Dixie Dregs – Odyssey
The intro is very reminiscent of the tune used for the intro/recurring theme for the film Platoon.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samuel_Barber

And quite something how it picks up and barrels off so bombastically from there onwards. The band clearly enjoyed presenting complex compositions (complex propositions). Just before you expect they're going to completely lose you at 1:25, they rein it right back... it settles into a kind of stoner/King Crimson vibe. But at 3:00 it's off again, then right back. Haha... teasing aren't they? :) And on ... crikey, interesting but also challenging stuff.

Dixie Dregs - Take it off the Top.
Big fist pumping intro. Such an 80s sound in the intro. Where is Don Johnson?


Gentle Giant - On Reflection.
Wow. That is different. An iteration of Early-Music, very, taking it back to early medieval music. I.e. pre the themes you see played out in 60s prog-rock, Jethro Tull etc. I love that sound, it's so evocative, but I wonder how they got a commercially viable audience to make their explorations viable, never mind financing all those $-instruments.

Gentle Giant - Freehand
The intro reminds me of Focus. Then branching off into more kind of alt-jazz. Then back into a prog-rock vibe/structure.

I remember when Good Vibrations was in the charts (the original, jeez showing my age :)] The ToddR cover (if that is what it actually is) sounds almost note perfect to the original. Was the linked really a cover... ??

Queen - Liar
. I better hop, work to do now. Hope to remember to come back this. Interesting to hear Queen presented within a broader context...

Re: Random thoughts thread

JR8:

Ingenious IT boss banishes hapless callers to on-hold Hades with Extension 666'
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/29 ... hold_hell/

:lol: :devil:

Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: Need a volunteer in Singapore for a NYC/Singapore join.me test

scottialex:


The Merikans aren't gonna be happy about that quote of yours.

Interesting comment, we have threads on this forum to suggest things are other than that. That is, that Singapore is ramping down in some areas and the US more stable.

Having said that, it is shaping up to be a challenging 1-2-3 years globally, not unlike 2008-2009.

As one personally invested in this view, would be good to hear you elaborate more on this scottialex, in this forum, which would benefit you to read as well: viewtopic.php?t=110387


I checked that topic about "Everyone I know is leaving" but I find it to be all general talk without any specificity. Everyone's case is different.

Re: Friday night at BQ bar, Boat Q, 29 April 2016

Mahim:
No issues.. do you guys hang out often?

Sent from my SM-N900 using Tapatalk

Re: Friday night at BQ bar, Boat Q, 29 April 2016

amui:
Sorry for late reply. Thought no one would respond to this post late Friday afternoon.

Will arrange and post it earlier next time :D

Re: Friday night at BQ bar, Boat Q, 29 April 2016

amui:
Sorry for late reply. Thought no one would respond to this post late Friday afternoon.

Will arrange and post it earlier next time

Re: RE: Re: RE: Re: Colonic irrigation singapore

ecureilx:

Well for one it makes you feel refreshed and very clean. You lose 2-5kg of weight immediately.

I did it once while living in Canada and am now looking for one in Singapore to go too.

You mean your colon had 2 to 5 kilos stuck there? Uh ho

Re: PR Application - Chances/Odds

Strong Eagle:


A Singapore PR must have a legal business entity in order to work. If you work for a foreign company (including your own) and follow equivalent foreign Social Security laws in that country, you are not required to pay additional US Social Security tax. In fact, you can't.

If you were an American working for your own SP in Singapore, you would NOT file a Schedule C with your US income tax form. You would simply record income you received from your Singapore SP. Schedule C is for DOMESTIC SP's only.

I suppose you could say I was technically "self employed" as a PR in Singapore... I formed and worked for my own private limited... but the terminology "self employed" is meaningless in context of US tax laws. I filed a personal 1040. I had to file numerous form 5471's to repeort my ownership in foreign corporations I owned in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Australia.

But, be clear... these were not corporate tax returns, they are financial transparency returns. Again, if you work in Singapore, you must work for a foreign entity, even if it is your own SP, and if you work for a foriegn entity you do not pay SS. You will not file a US corporate return, a US partnership return, or a US Schedule C, and if you do not file one of those you will not pay SS.

That is why your statement, "If you're a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident living in Singapore (for example), and if you're self-employed, then you must pay the SE Tax on your earned income, under penalty of the law..." is simply false.

Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

JR8:
Agreed - never mentally bank the promise of discretionary pay/bonuses etc.

Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

Hatem:
Yes, I have been - And that's where I realized that to keep pretty much the same standard of living, my salary should have fell within that range.
I am used to pay approximately the 29/30% of my BASE salary for renting my flat and paying the utilities, but the place where I am living right now is definitely cheaper as far as rent is concern.

So I am willing to go up to 35-37% (basically staying below 3300) and it should do I suppose..

Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

Strong Eagle:
Have you been to this website?

http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/

Re: Expenses Breakdown and Salary Suggestion - Company transfer but no expat package

JR8:
For a benchmark see if you can find what the 'typical' housing expense is within your salary/overral expenses. You will find rough %s suggested. Maybe 25-30% in Europe; maybe in places like SG or NYC where rent is high but other costs can be reasonable the %proportion for rent is higher but the overall proposition still fully viable?
Also run your current budget through numbeo, your home town now, vs SG. It should give you a decent +/-% budget on all the major line items (housing, ent, holidays, groceries, utils, commuting, etc etc). That way might help you 'reverse' back into deciding on a viable housing budget. Once you have the latter then you can define whole condo, condo flatshare, and ditto for HDB, and help triangulate how near/far-away from your workplace you might wish to start hunting.

p.s. Well done so far. I don't wish to pre-empt things in any way but it sounds like you're making very good progress. Get the EP, and the rest will naturally fall into place afterwards.