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As one of Asia's most contemporary cities, Singapore has a wealth of fantastic hotels. Whether you're looking for classic décor or the latest-and-greatest technological amenities, you'll find a room that fits the bill. Check in to Capella Singapore on Sentosa Island for a tranquil and unique retreat. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life, but it's a quick walk to the beach and a short trip to the business, dining, cultural and shopping districts.
Head to Marina Bay for the city-state's other Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotels. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore serves up jaw-dropping views from its sleek guest rooms. A session by the outdoor fifth-floor pool is a must — after you visit the Five-Star spa, of course. Nearby, you'll find The Fullerton Bay Hotel and its swanky rooftop pool.
In the central business district, you'll find The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel offers great views of the Singapore River and four fantastic restaurants. Another hotel that's wonderful for business travelers is Fairmont Singapore, which sits in the Raffles City complex in the business district. The Four-Star hotel's two semicircular towers connect to the convention center.
Orchard Road, Singapore's answer to New York's Fifth Avenue, is home to a couple of great hotels as well. Book a room at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore for a peaceful oasis with easy access to top-notch shopping. The first of the Shangri-La brand hotels, this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel offers 750 guest rooms, a relaxing spa and several restaurants. Also nearby this shopping mecca, you'll find Four Seasons Hotel Singapore with its museum-worthy art collection and luxurious guest rooms. The Four-Star hotel also boasts a spa.