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With its unique, iconic architecture topped with an other-worldly SkyPark, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel is a destination it its own right and an unforgettable setting for a break in Singapore. Located overlooking the bay, the hotel provides good transport links and is just a few steps from the lively Central Business District. For world-class shopping, the hotel is also connected to Singapore’s premier shopping centre.
The stunning guest rooms at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel are replete with luxurious touches and are modern in style. Discover breathtaking views of the city from the floor to ceiling windows and enjoy the comfortable furniture and bedding for a tranquil night’s sleep.
The hotel’s SkyPark is a must visit during your stay. Set on top of the hotel’s three 57-story towers, the park features beautiful landscaped gardens, an observation deck and one of the world’s greatest infinity pools. After the sublime experience of swimming in the pool, guests at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel can unwind in the luxurious Banyan Tree Spa or enjoy fine dining at one of the hotel’s 20 bars and restaurants.
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Two room family stay
Stay Date: 07/2017, Rupert1200 wrote this review.
I have been living and working in Singapore for over 30 years and our stay at MBS has been part of a very fon farewell to the island state. First impressions are that this is a slick operation and there is a sense of an immense amount of planning b… See more
I have been living and working in Singapore for over 30 years and our stay at MBS has been part of a very fon farewell to the island state. First impressions are that this is a slick operation and there is a sense of an immense amount of planning behind the scenes. My wife and youngest son have also spent a fair amount of time in F and B and the service sector and they both have a very clear sense of what works well. Plus points. MBS clearly sets out to look after its customers. Room service is excellent and each person who makes face to face contact with customers has been very well briefed. The concierge desk foes a great job and dealt with numerous queries in a prompt and sensible fashion. Really, the service ethos is to be credited. The rooms are also airy and spacious. Very well designed too. Both our rooms were city facing and I have no complaints about the views. Quite stunning. Negative points. The whole place, beyond the very obvious 'wow' factor of scale is just a bit 'over the top. It reminds me of the old saying "everything's bigger and better in Texas". This place is huge and, as a result, quite impersonal. The scale is both impressive and oppressive. Take a walk in the atrium and, not surprisingly, you meet hordes of people both day and night. Fair enough you might say but there is no respite. You would be pretty depressed if you had come here to escape the crowds. Probably the greatest niggle is cost. This place ain't cheap. Even local favourites like char away two (a fantastic, yummy hawker dish) can be around $40.00 for room service. Considering it would be $5.00 to $7.00 outside this is a huge Mark up. It's the same for all meals and services. Shoppes by the bay (the adjoining shipping mall) offer a similar mark up so if you were restricted to the immediate vicinity, you could spend a small fortune. Okay if you are a "Paisa" or high roller but not good if your budget is limited. Overall, this is a must if you can afford it but there are plenty of options that offer the same if not better experience at a lower cost so do your homework. Collapse
Modern society in a hotel
Stay Date: 07/2017, gobblercat wrote this review.
The hotel itself is fine. If one wants to be picky, then the lobby suffers from being some sort of elongated corridor linking what are three different hotel buildings (i.e. the various towers of the hotel). As a consequence, the lobby lacks warmth, a… See more
The hotel itself is fine. If one wants to be picky, then the lobby suffers from being some sort of elongated corridor linking what are three different hotel buildings (i.e. the various towers of the hotel). As a consequence, the lobby lacks warmth, and its cavernous interior only serves to act as an echo chamber for the constant passage of people and conversations. However, it is the design of the hotel and the behaviour of its guests that caught my eye. In days gone by, temples were built to act places where we could place the gods and worship them. Humans would look upwards to the temples and gods (think of the Parthenon for instance). In this hotel the columns support a pool area wherein the humans array themselves, taking copious selfies while perched on high. It is as if we had been elevated to supplant the gods. To watch the guests parading in the pool area is truly a study in narcissism. That said, there is nothing wrong with the hotel itself in terms of amenities and service. Club 55 is a temporary haven from the chaos of the pool deck, and the food is better than serviceable. The Shoppes across the road are another exercise in pretentiousness. A fake canal, a fake ice rink (surfaced in plastic tiles), and shops borrowed from various European locales (Hamleys, Prada, Zegna etc etc) which are mind bogglingly expensive do little to enhance the atmosphere. One suspects only the foolish and flippant with the funds would do any serious shopping here. Perhaps the best part of the hotel is the well equipped gym with its stunning views over Marina Bay. The hot tub in the changing room is also a welcome addition. It is an iconic hotel, and a building that deserves to be experienced, but on entering one could not help but notice a sign equating it to the "eight wonder of the world". To even make this sort of comparison or allusion sums up the narcissism of the place. It is supercilious stupid self importance, it may be a fine hotel but I now think of it as a example of some of the ills that afflict modern society. Collapse
It's all about THAT pool!
Stay Date: 06/2017, brysc01 wrote this review.
To stay in one of the world's most iconic hotels is a treat. Not only a landmark itself, its a place to really spoil yourself for a day or two. Full mark s to staff and especially Julie at check-in whom was gracious friendly and treated us to a high… See more
To stay in one of the world's most iconic hotels is a treat. Not only a landmark itself, its a place to really spoil yourself for a day or two. Full mark s to staff and especially Julie at check-in whom was gracious friendly and treated us to a high level floor, and to Reggine poolside and her mates who treated us so well while we had the hard task of sunbaking. The service from the staff, considering how big the place is, is always friendly and patient, and appreciated by us folks. Rooms enormous and views breathtaking, very spacious and the theatrics with the curtains upon entry a bit of fun. It was also very very good to have the balcony to step out onto. Poolside, without saying is where everyone tries to get to and it fills up fast in the afternoon after check-in - but we found sunrise just as spectacular. plenty has been written about this place, you just need to stay for yourself. No disappointments. Collapse
BUCKET List Hotel,Amazing stay!!
Stay Date: 04/2017, Lillys24 wrote this review.
During a 2 night stay in Singapore we stayed at the marina bay sands for 1 of those nights. Booking into the MBS for our final night in Singapore was one of the best decisions we have ever made. If you are reading this review to help you with your f… See more
During a 2 night stay in Singapore we stayed at the marina bay sands for 1 of those nights. Booking into the MBS for our final night in Singapore was one of the best decisions we have ever made. If you are reading this review to help you with your first trip to Singapore then you will be happy to know Singapore is really easy to explore,they have an MRT system that will take you to any part of the city quickly , cheaply and comfortably. Due to only visiting Singapore for 2 nights we booked our first night in the Park Regis hotel located near the Clarke Quay area. This decision was part of our plan to use the first full day and night in Singapore to explore the city and do as much sight seeing as possible. For our second day we then checked into marina bay sands , there really is no point in booking more than one night if you are going to be sight seeing as you would never be in your room or the hotel so my advice is Book the marina bay sands hotel for your last day and night in Singapore so you can relax and use the hotel facilities. CHECK IN - So as soon as you walk into the hotel expect a little queue for check in , however it moves quickly as staff approach you and take you out of the main queue to smaller hidden check in areas making the processes seamless. THE staff get your bags to your room quickly and the walk to find your room is all part of the fun as there is were you begin to realise how enormous the hotel is. We checked in to the hotel a few hours early and were lucky enough to have our room ready. (If the hotel is full and your room isn't ready the hotel will provide you with a facilities key so that you can still access the pool and other areas before check in ) Rooms - wow the rooms exceeded our expectations. We booked the cheapest room on the website and asked for a view of the Gardens by the Bay ( the infinity pool gives you the city view so with a Garden view room you get to experience both). As we booked a Deluxe room we expected a low floor and a basic room. WOW we couldn't have been more wrong. The room was huge , modern , luxurious ,clean and exceeded our expectations of a basic room. Basically as soon as you walk in your room you don't want to leave. THE balcony looking out over the Gardens by the Bay was just breath taking. LOW floor meant we were still 17 floors up giving a perfect birds eye view of the bay. In my opinion I feel the high rooms wouldn't give you a good view as everything would just look like tiny dots on the ground. INFINITY POOL - After check in and taking a million photos of our Deluxe room we changed into our swimwear and used the robes and slippers provided in our room to venture off to the infinity pool. You need individual room keys to access the infinity pool as this isn't open to non guests. For such a huge hotel there are plenty of sun loungers so you will always get a seat and as we arrived we were lucky enough for another couple to be leaving who gave us their loungers directly on the front row of the infinity pool. Once you have collected your towels from the towel hut and found a seat you literally don't have to move , as pool food and drinks service is available. The views from the infinity pool are amazing , remember to take a waterproof bag for your smartphone or camera ready to take a famous selfie in the world's most photographed selfie spot. GARDENS BY THE BAY- After a couple of hours relaxing by the pool we then ventured out for some local sight seeing with a visit to the Gardens. Tip is to visit the Gardens in the afternoon so that your visit lasts into the evening as then you get to experience the Gardens in the day and then also in the night for the light show. A visit to the Gardens is amazing and not to be missed. After our gardens trip we went back to the infinity pool for a night time swim and some pool side cocktails , the Singapore sling is amazing one of the best iv ever tasted. It was amazing to see the city views from the pool in the night time. FOOD and Drink. - This hotel has over 60 restaurants however keep in mind the majority of the the restaurants are based in the hotels shopping mall and they all close in the evening between 8pm and 10pm. We didn't leave the infinity pool until it closed at 11pm, so unfortunatly we had missed our opportunity to go to one of the restaurant's.This was the only fault we could find with the hotel - no late night restaurants or if there was it wasn't advertised very well and the staff didn't know about it. As we struggled to find a restaurant that was open we resorted to the 24 hour room service. The room service was fantastic it was basically like having your own private restaurant in your room, if you are pressed with time and don't manage to squeeze a restaurant trip in then I would highly recommend the room service,we only ordered pizza and fries but the quality was fantastic. Late night we paid a visit to the onsite night club CE LA Vi.The club was really nice to sit outside with the city views however as this is not only in Singapore but also located at the top of one of the most famous hotels in the world the drinks are expensive but they are of a high quality. Overall for 1 Night and days stay our room extras bill was £200 Not bad for poolside food , poolside cocktails and beers, room service and our bar bill from the Night club. If you are reading this review to decide if you should book a stay at the marina bay sands then the answer is yes. I'd even go as far as saying don't bother visiting Singapore if you are not going to stay here , Singapore is an amazing city is now my favourite city in the world but I can't imagine stayng in Singapore without staying at the marina bay sands. Collapse
Quality feat of engineering
Stay Date: 09/2016, whenyoucantravel wrote this review.
I visited Singapore for a week or so back end of 2016. This hotel is really amazing and can be seen from various points in the city! I enjoyed my visit here although is obviously expensive! The cleanliness of it is certainly on point
I visited Singapore for a week or so back end of 2016. This hotel is really amazing and can be seen from various points in the city! I enjoyed my visit here although is obviously expensive! The cleanliness of it is certainly on point Collapse
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