Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Hotel Of The Day: The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

If you want sweeping skyscraper views of Singapore, then the luxury five-star Ritz-Carlton Millenia is the spot for you. While tropical island resorts and romantic safari camps are well worth lusting over, there’s just something special about staying in a swanky hotel in a city.

Singapore is one of the coolest cities the world right now, so you’ll want to stay somewhere that matches its vibe.

Where exactly is The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia?

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia is in the popular Marina Bay area, close to all of Singapore’s top cultural and foodie attractions.

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia

What’s so special about this hotel?

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia has 32 floors, a Michelin-starred restaurant, marble bathtubs and a floodlit swimming pool.

Art lover? You’re in luck. The hotel has a 4,200-piece art collection with works from Dale Chihuly, Andy Warhol and other icons; a hotel art guide will even give you a tour of the pieces.

Floodlit Swimming Pool at Ritz-Carlton

Hexagon windows look out at the city below… Rooms come with magnificent views of Marina Bay, Singapore river or the Singapore residential skyline.

For 2019 you can also book in on a fun Games Night stay – where you can play a custom Monopoly board of Singapore’s major museums, landmark attractions, as well as the hotel’s iconic art pieces, award-winning restaurants and rooms.

Or if chilling out is more you style, soak in a Provence-lavender bath that’s been filled by the butler and just look out at those views…

Ritz-Carlton Singapore Room

Iconic octagonal window

How much does it cost to stay here?

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