Marina Bay Sands
When Sheldeon Adelson, CEO of Las Vegas Sands, set out to build the Marina Bay Sands hotel (MBS), his goal was to change the face of Singapore. He achieved his goal and then some, with the three towers of MBS becoming the icon for Singapore. Furthermore, the Skypark on top of MBS put Singapore on the map as the place to go to experience the world’s largest infinity pool with sweeping views of the bay and Central Business District from the 57th floor that are breathtaking, if not for the faint-hearted.
10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, +65 6688 8888
The Westin Singapore is a great option for business travellers with its prime location just steps outside of Singapore’s financial district. After a busy day at the office, wind down with a cocktail in hand in the lounge and then visit the hotel’s infinity pool on the 35th floor will provide relaxation and stunning views of Singapore’s Southern coast.
Asia Square Tower 2, 12 Marina View, Singapore 018961, +65 6922 6888
PARKROYAL on Pickering, a PARKROYAL Collection hotel
The PARKROYAL on Pickering, a PARKROYAL Collection hotel is best known for its dedication to environmentalism. This hotel is the go-to for guests looking for an eco-friendly hotel choice. The Parkroyal Pickering is a hotel boasting 15,000 square meters of sky garden that grow over several floors on the outside of the building. The infinity pool here is lower but massive, stretching the length of the fifth floor and offering beautiful views across the shophouses of Chinatown.
One of Singapore’s best-kept secrets, Naumi Hotel located in the Central Business District, is still relatively unknown. At Naumi Hotel, you will find the infinity pool right next to a beautifully decorated rooftop bar that serves up bespoke cocktails. Choose a cocktail and enjoy Singapore’s stunning skyline as you lounge by the pool or go for a relaxing swim to wash away the heat of the day. With its prime location, Naumi Hotel has been advertising itself as an adults-only staycation destination for couples who want to avoid family-friendly Sentosa, meaning that this infinity pool will soon be much more popular and crowded.
41 Seah St, Singapore 188396, +65 6403 6003,
If you’re looking for a family retreat as opposed to travelling for business, you may decide to head out to Sentosa island, one of Singapore’s two integrated resorts. On Sentosa, you will find one of Singapore’s most beautiful hotels, the Capella Singapore. Boasting a two-tier infinity pool surrounded by lush tropical forest and shaded by stunning colonial-style architecture from the 1880s, guests at the Capella Singapore will feel like they’ve stepped into a glamorous and sophisticated past.
Amara Sanctuary Resort
Another hotel located on Sentosa Island, Amara Sanctuary is fairly large with nearly 150 rooms, however, its hilltop intimate setting makes the hotel feel much smaller. The hotel has four pools including the Skypool, a rooftop infinity pool that has spectacular views of the ocean and the island below. Don’t worry about the hilltop location because the hotel has its own shuttle that will take visitors to Sentosa attractions, such as Universal Studios and Siloso Beach, and it also brings visitors to the Harbourfront MRT station on the main island for easy access to nightlife in Clarke Quay and shopping in Orchard.