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Hamilton Hotel Singapore Star Rating 1        
40 Hamilton Road

Unpretentious lodging featuring pared-back rooms with flat-screen TVs, minifridges & kettles...
Hotel 81 Selegie Star Rating 2        
161 Selegie Road

Unfussy hotel offering bright rooms with flat-screen TVs & minifridges, plus tea & coffeemakers...
Arianna Hotel Singapore Star Rating 1        
83 Syed Alwi Road

Unassuming hotel offering bare-bones rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi and minifridges...
Le Peranakan Hotel Star Rating 2        
400 East Coast Road

This warm, Chinese-influenced hotel is a minute's walk from a bus stop, 9 km from the Singapore Flyer observation wheel and 10 km from the striking Marina Bay Sands complex.Cosy, vivid rooms with ornate gold details offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; some add floor-to-ceiling windows or extra beds.There's a relaxed wooden terrace with seating, and refined corridors with marble floors and chandeliers.
Capri by Fraser Changi City Star Rating 4        
3 Changi Business Park Central 1

This upscale, contemporary hotel in Changi Business Park is a 9-minute walk from the Singapore Expo and 6 km from Changi Airport.Featuring minimalist decor with colourful accents, the chic rooms have kitchenettes, sitting areas and ergonomic desks, plus free Wi-Fi, iPod docks and flat-screen TVs with DVD players. Some add Nespresso machines.
5footway Inn Project Bugis Star Rating 2        
10 Aliwal Street

This upscale, contemporary hostel in a Colonial-style building is a 6-minute walk from Nicoll Highway MRT station; it's also a 4-minute walk from the well-known Sultan Mosque and 2 km from the Singapore Flyer.The minimalist private rooms feature free Wi-Fi, lockers and en suite wet rooms.Breakfast is included.
Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore Star Rating 4        
317 Outram Road

This upscale, city-centre hotel with a 27-storey atrium is a 5-minute walk from the Singapore River, 1.6 km from the Chinatown metro station and 6 km from Universal Studios Singapore.Featuring river or city views, the sophisticated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and stereos, as well as desks, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and minibars.
Royal Plaza on Scotts Star Rating 5        
25 Scotts Road

This upscale business hotel is a 4-minute walk from Orchard MRT Station, and 6 km from the casino and shopping at Marina Bay Sands.Sleek rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi and minibars, plus flat-screen TVs, desks and Nespresso machines. Upgraded quarters have pull-out sofas, while luxurious suites add living rooms, meeting areas and/or kitchenettes.
M Hotel Singapore Star Rating 4        
81 Anson Road

This upscale business hotel is 6 km from Sentosa and a 5-minute walk from the Tanjong Pagar metro station.Understated rooms have desks, minibars and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have harbour views, and upgraded rooms offer access to a club lounge with free breakfast, snacks and evening cocktails.
Ascott Raffles Place Singapore Star Rating 5        
No. 2 Finlayson Green

This upscale art deco hotel is 1.5 km from The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands and 1.8 km from Gardens by the Bay.
 
 
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Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is an island country located between Malaysia and Indonesia. Its capital city is Singapore city. The island is connected to the Malay Peninsula, specifically the state of Johor, by two bridges. Singapore is one of Asia's busiest ports and its airport has been rated as one of the best in the world. The city is expanding on land taken from the sea, with the construction of modern urban areas. You will be amazed by its welcoming people, their good command of English, and the mix of cultures. If you love the outdoors, visit the Butterfly Park & Insect Kingdom, the Jurong Bird Park and its amazing bird species, the Zoo, the Underwater World or join the Night Safari. Singapore is the perfect place for shopping. Here you have everything from sophisticated stores to traditional street markets where you can get original crafts. And, of course, you also have Chinatown. To the north of Chinatown, on the banks of the Singapore River, is the colonial district, one of the busiest in the city, day and night. It is home to many historical monuments and museums. Further north live the Indian and Muslim communities. Singapore will delight you and you are sure to come back.