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              Hotel Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
              HRS stars

              15 Evaluations

              1.24 km to the city centreDistance to city center 10.00 km to train stationDistance to station 17.81 km to airportDistance to airport
              WI-FI WiFi in room
              Parking Parking directly by the hotel
              Great location and very polite and accommodating staff - 2019
              Hotel Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
              Hotel Mandarin Oriental Singapore
              HRS stars
              0.39 km to the city centreDistance to city center 48.28 km to airportDistance to airport
              Hotel Mandarin Oriental Singapore
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              The following hotels in Singapore offer free WLAN for HRS guests: Hotel Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore Singapore, Hotel Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay and Holiday Inn SINGAPORE ATRIUM. More hotels in Singapore with free WiFi .
              On average, a night in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Singapore costs €161.40. The prices per night start at €61.85. If you choose a luxury hotel, the average nightly price is €429.40 (prices are based on hotel prices from
              In Singapore the M Hotel Singapore City Centre, Carlton Hotel Singapore and Holiday Inn Express SINGAPORE CLARKE QUAY received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
              The hotels Hotel Singapore PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Hotel Royal Plaza on Scotts and Hotel Grand Park Orchard have received very positive reviews from travelers for their breakfast options.
              You can relax in the fitness studio after your business meeting at the following hotels in Singapore: Hotel Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore Singapore, Holiday Inn SINGAPORE ATRIUM and Carlton Hotel Singapore.
              In Singapore the following conference hotels: M Hotel Singapore City Centre, Carlton Hotel Singapore and Hotel Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore Singapore have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
              At HRS you have the option of sorting the hotels according to their distance from the center and choosing the right hotel for you. Or use the map view.
              The accommodations Hotel Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore Singapore, Park Hotel Alexandra and Carlton Hotel Singapore received particularly good reviews from business travelers. You can find more business hotels in Singapore here .
              You can relax in the wellness area after your business meeting in the following hotels in Singapore: Hotel Swissôtel Merchant Court Singapore Singapore, Hotel Mandarin Oriental Singapore and Carlton Hotel Singapore. You can find more information and offers on wellness hotels in Singapore at HRS.
              You can stay at the following hotels in Singapore for less than 80 EUR per night: Hotel Re! @ Pearl's Hill, The Fragrance Hotel - Joo Chiat and Fragrance Hotel - Crystal.
              You get a good connection to the local public transport through accommodations near the train station. The accommodations Aqueen Paya Lebar Hotel, Fragrance Hotel - Viva (SG Clean) and Hotel Punggol Ranch Resort are perfectly suited due to their proximity to the train station.
              In Singapore travelers can expect an average overnight price of €308.01. (Prices are based on the hotel prices from

              Singapore - Big Things in a Small Package

              A compact city-state between Malaysia and Indonesia, Singapore has been nicknamed “The Garden City”, and it’s not hard to see why. Though it boasts roughly 5.5 million residents and an economy rivaled by few nations in the world, the city is no dingy metropolis; rather, Singapore is filled with pristine streets and dotted with countless nature reserves, parks, and tree-lined walkways. A high per-capita income, rich ambience, and reputation for culture and business over partying set it aside from many other regional destinations. Visitors can enjoy the assortment of museums, theaters, spas, and sporting opportunities, or simply escape to the beaches on the off-lying islands for some relaxation in the sun and sands.

              Location: At the Tip of the Malay Peninsula

              Singapore sits on a series of islands just off the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, a short jump north from Indonesia. Most travelers choose to arrive via Singapore Changi Airport, which is a massive aviation hub that processes tens of millions of travelers annually. Direct connections are available to cities around the world, and many budget airlines offer cheap flights from across Southeast Asia as well. Road and rail links to Malaysia are provided via bridges, and ferries can bring travelers from Malaysia and Indonesia alike.

              Business: A World Leader in Finance and Manufacturing

              Though tiny, Singapore is one of the world’s premier centers for commerce and business capital. As the fourth-biggest financial center on Earth and the host of a port regularly ranked among the top 5 busiest (and occasionally the #1 busiest) around the globe, the World Bank has named this city-state the easiest place in the world to do business. Much of the economy depends on refining and re-exporting imported goods, and Singapore is a major manufacturer and producer of electronics, chemicals, refined petroleum, and engineering products–both mechanical and biomedical.

              Culture: A Modernized Melting Pot

              Singapore is a highly ethnically diverse country, with four official languages (English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil) and a substantial population of foreign nationals–many of whom are drawn from around the Southeast Asia region and beyond by the high quality of life and excellent business opportunities. As a result, the local cuisine, arts, media, and sports are widely varied and result in unique hybrids incomparable to anything else on earth. Do note that Singaporean society is generally rather conservative compared to that of many other nations: only in recent years has any substantial nightlife developed, and “sin taxes” on items like tobacco and alcohol are still substantial.

              Activities: Thrills In, On, and Under the Water

              An oceanfront location means no shortage of water sports in, and around, Singapore. From quiet sailing to thrill-packed water skiing and sea kayaking, there’s plenty to experience in the warm waters of the surrounding straits. Once you’ve broken from the main island, try scuba diving in the rich coral reefs off Pulau Hantu, or even venturing farther to nearby cities in Malaysia and Indonesia for a day or two.