Conrad Centennial Singapore

Business and more in Singapore
Those looking for a full-service hotel that caters to business travelers need look no further than the contemporary, 512-room Conrad Centennial Singapore. The Marina Bay location means easy access to the city’s financial district and nearby Suntec Convention and Exhibition Center.

Inside the high-rise hotel, you’ll find spacious, comfortable rooms with duvet-topped beds and marble baths. Opt for an executive room (loaded with Nespresso machines and oversized LCD TVs and entertainment systems) and you’ll have access to the executive lounge, which offers an array of snacks and drinks, plus services such as garment pressing and butler service, with your stay.

The rooftop pool pavilion at the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star hotel is a great spot to cool off during Singapore’s steamiest weather, and has stunning views of the city’s signature Ferris wheel.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • How does free-flowing bubbly, cocktails and canapés served in a private lounge located on the hotel’s 31st-floor sound? Book an executive room and the privilege is yours every night of your stay, along with buffet breakfast, afternoon tea, complimentary garment pressing, use of a meeting room and more.
  • Just 25 minutes tops from Changi International Airport by taxi, this Forbes Travel Guide Four Star hotel’s central location means you’ll be within walking distance of some of Singapore’s top attractions, including Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands hotel, Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel and the city’s famous Merlion mascot.
  • You’ll find the fitness center here to be a bright, spacious, comfortable facility outfitted with all the modern cardio and weight-training equipment you could need for a full workout.
  • Completely fashioned from marble and featuring a walk-in shower, deep-soaking tub, double sinks and luxury bath products from Aromatherapy Associates, Conrad Centennial Singapore’s stylish bathrooms are a definite highlight.
Things to Know
  • This luxury Singapore hotel is located about 25 minutes from Changi International Airport by taxi, but if you want to kick your stay off with style, the hotel can arrange a private limousine transfer.
  • It’s situated in the heart of central Singapore, a short walk from the myriad attractions of the central business district and sparkling esplanade. The Millenia Walk and Marina Square shopping malls, between them home to scores of shops and restaurants, are also within throwing distance.
  • Of the 512 guest rooms and suites at Conrad Centennial Singapore, we feel the executive rooms offer the most bang for your buck. In addition to spacious accommodations, personalized check-in and checkout, and pressing of up to five garments, you’ll also have access to the contemporary Executive Lounge on the 31st floor for a buffet breakfast, afternoon tea, and canapés, cocktails and free-flowing bubbly in the evening.
  • If you’re wide awake in the wee hours of the morning and feeling hungry, consider the hotel’s international restaurant, Oscar’s, your saving grace: It’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Of course, you can always just have your meal delivered to your room, too, due to the hotel’s 24-hour room service.
  • Feeling jet-lagged after a long, painful international flight? Book a treatment at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s Centennial Spa, which offers a full range of pampering massages and body treatments.
The Rooms
  • Expect to find artwork in your guest room from Conrad Centennial Singapore’s collection of more than 3,400 pieces that are sprinkled throughout its public areas and 512 contemporary rooms.
  • Our Forbes Travel Guide editors report that on our most recent stay at this luxury Singapore hotel our guest room had identical sculptures on either side of the room’s marble foyer, and that colorful prints matching the room’s neutral color palette of light yellows, greens and beige were hung above the bed and within the side seating area.
  • The room at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel was also outfitted with a large work desk, 46-inch flat-screen television with DVD player and Nespresso machine, while the stylish all-marble bathroom featured a walk-in shower, deep-soaking tub, his-and-her sinks and large assortment of complimentary amenities that included Aromatherapy Associates bath products.
  • Bathrooms include his-and-her sinks, personal grooming mirrors mounted on swivels, a glass-door walk-in shower and a toilet area separated by a mirrored door.
  • A body scrub pad and bath salts near the bathroom’s deep-soaking tub add a luxurious touch and all bathrooms at the hotel are supplied with a full assortment of complimentary amenities that include Aromatherapy Associates bath products, dental and shaving kits, sanitized comb, emery board and cotton buds.
The Look
  • Polished granite surfaces, ornately stenciled armoires, a splendid all-marble curved staircase and cozy lounge area, outfitted with plush couches and chairs and ringed by tall stalks of bamboo, are a few of the most prominent stylistic touches you’ll find in the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s high-ceilinged lobby.
  • Most striking, however, may be the golden, conical-shaped ceiling installation that resembles an upside-down Christmas tree and, perhaps unintentionally, points downwards at the lobby’s other impressive sculpture, a blocky piece titled Turbulence by artist Rafael Barrios. Barrios’ piece is one of the more than 3,400 among Conrad Centennial Singapore’s impressive collection.
  • While making your reservation at this hotel, it’s also a good idea to ask for a room facing Marina Bay. From these rooms and suites you’ll look out on many of central Singapore’s most iconic attractions and buildings, including the glittering skyscrapers of the central business district, Esplanade.
Getting There
2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore, 038982
SIN (14-20 min)  
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