With more than 2,500 rooms and suites, Marina Bay Sands claims to be the biggest hotel in Singapore. We believe them. The rooms offer views of the South China Sea or Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline, but let’s be honest: the Moshe Safdie-designed SkyPark is the real crowd puller. Sitting prettily atop the three hotel towers 200 metres high, hotel guests and outsiders (who part with $20 for the privilege) can enjoy unfettered views from the Observation Deck. The best views are to be had from the infinity pool, the largest of its kind. Swimming is for hotel guests only but outsiders can watch smug guests swim while munching on $6 hot dogs, which is almost as fun. Sort of.
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The Phantom of the Opera
With over 70 major theatre awards, including seven Tony’s and four Olivier Awards, The Phantom of the Opera returns to Singapore for the second time. Loyal fans and those who missed it back in 2013 can catch this globally acclaimed musical masterpiece...Musicals Friday April 26 2019 - Sunday May 26 2019
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Oh, what a place!
Went to Singapore for the honeymoon and gave the hotel a chance. Absolutely fantastic place. Just as you get in there's a couple of bellboys awaiting to get your luggage before you even do the check-in, promising they will deliver your luggage to the room as soon as it's ready. This was actually pretty nice as we arrived quite early in the morning to Singapore and our check-in time was later in the day but we did the check-in procedure, left the hotel off to visit the city and when we came back in the evening everything was in our room.
But to be honest, the greatest thing in the hotel is their pool on top of the buildings. An astonishing view of Singapore that it's worth seeing both in during daylight and night. Two different views of the city from up high and a great memory to be taken with us.
I doubt I will ever go again as it's a bit expensive but if you're looking to spend a special occasion in Singapore, this is the place to go.