Marina Bay Sands is one of the most iconic integrated resorts in the world. Designed by Moshe Safdie, who was inspired by card decks, the structure is made up of a continuous lobby, three hotel towers, and a three-acre park across the top. The venue can be frequently spotted on travel shows and in movies.
In addition to 2,561 hotel rooms, visitors will find many forms of entertainment, from gambling and shopping to ice skating and sampan rides. Swimming in the rooftop pool is a must, as it is the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool.
There are 12 different room types to choose from at the Marina Bay Sands. All rooms come equipped with amenities such as access to the Sands SkyPark, entry to the Banyan Tree Fitness Club, a fully stocked minibar, and 24-hour room service. Measuring 6,770 square feet, the Chairman Suite is the largest available suite. It has four bedrooms, two living rooms, a baby grand piano, a private gym, and much more.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay house Singapore's largest collection of luxury jewelry and watch brands. Shoppers can receive Sands Rewards when purchasing items from brands like Burberry, Dior, and Prada. A shopping concierge is available for those who would like a professional to assist them with styling needs.
Nightlife is right outside the door when staying at Marina Bay Sands. Guests can catch Broadway shows or enjoy a concert at the Sand Theater. For dinner, big names like Gordon Ramsay, David Myers, Justin Quek, and Wolfgang Puck all have restaurants here. There are many rooftop bars where patrons can enjoy a nightcap and watch the Spectra Light & Water Show. Those who prefer to dance the night away can head over to clubs like LAVO, Marquee Singapore, and CÉ LA VI Club Lounge to enjoy music by celebrity DJs.
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Cons:The gym. For a hotel of this caliber and the size, the gym was a huge disappointment.
Cons:Price could be better. Availability of promotional specials would be mice.
Cons:Not only was the hotel and all amenities extremely overpriced, but it was way too crowded. You cannot get the experience with all the crowds. Your constantly waiting in line for everything! Including checking in, the pool, restaurants, etc. Very surprised that it did not meet my expectations.
Cons:Great service and beautiful view!
|Check in anytime after 15:00, check out anytime before 11:00|
|Cancellation/pre-payment policies vary by room type and provider.|
If you enjoy exhibits, make sure to stop by the ArtScience Museum that is located directly inside of Marina Bay Sands. In this museum, visitors will be able to learn about interesting subjects such as ecology, the future of technology, and the impressive rainforests in Southeast Asia. There is also the Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, a quiet area where you can relax and enjoy views across the entire city. It is open from approximately 9:00 am to 10:00 pm every day, and guests receive free entry, rather than having to purchase the normal 31 SGD (approximately 23 USD) ticket.
Marina Bay Sands is home to the Sands Expo and Convention Center that contains over 250 meeting rooms and 24 ballrooms that can be used by companies for workshops and team building exercises. The hotel has professional teams that are specialized in catering and technical setup, ensuring that all of the details of your event will be perfect. Additionally, there is a business center that has smaller conference rooms that can host up to 20 people and it contains copying machines, fax services, and access to high speed Wi-Fi.
If you’re planning on tying the knot at Marina Bay Sands, consider purchasing the Club 55 Wedding Package, which starts at 90 SGD (approximately 66 USD) per person and provides refreshments, a three-course meal, and table arrangements for all guests. Other potential venues in the hotel include Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant named Spago, the Garden Bay Bridge, or the Grand Ballroom.
To travel between Changi Airport Singapore and Marina Bay Sands, guests can either go by rental car, public transportation, or a taxi. When using a rental car or taxi, the trip will take between 15 to 25m depending on current traffic at the time and if you will be passing through any toll roads. If you opt to use public transportation instead, it is best to take the local bus, such as lines 36, 34, or 24, which will take you between 50m and 1h. One-way bus tickets cost 2 SGD (approximately 1.50 USD) and can be purchased directly on the vehicle.
If you would like to stay in an elegant room that provides views of the city but does not break the bank, select the Club Room, which provides guests with free access to the exclusive Club55 lounge. For those that will be staying at Marina Bay Sands with their families, select the Family Room instead, which also begins at 459 SGD per night (approximately 337 USD) and contains a furnished balcony, views of the garden, an additional toilet, room for up to four guests, and the choice between either a studio or a two bedroom. (Prices checked 30/04/19).
Marina Bay Sands is located at 10 Bayfront Avenue in Central Area, 2.8 km from the centre of Singapore. Marina Bay Sands is the closest landmark to Marina Bay Sands.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Marina Bay Sands.
Yes, Marina Bay Sands offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Marina Bay Sands does not offer free parking.
No, Marina Bay Sands does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Marina Bay Sands is 14.7 km from Singapore Seletar. Marina Bay Sands is 16.4 km from Singapore Changi.
Yes, Marina Bay Sands has a pool on-site.