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Hotels in Singapore River

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Top 10 Hotels in Singapore River

Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay
3.5 out of 5
2 Magazine Road, Singapore
SG$142
per night
26 Apr-27 Apr
4.4/5Excellent! (1,959 reviews)

"The staff from start to finish were amazing, nothing was too much hassle. We had to cut our stay short due to COVID-19 immigration changes, but the reception staff were more than happy to allow me to use the front desk phone to call the airline. The breakfast buffet was lovely, and staff quick and ..."…"

Reviewed on 24 Mar,2020

Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay
Swissotel Merchant Court
4.5 out of 5
20 Merchant Road, Singapore
SG$220
per night
1 May-2 May
4.4/5Excellent! (3,454 reviews)

"Central location and very helpful friendly staff. Only niggle was the very limited bar meals available in the evenings but as hotel is close to hundreds of eateries this is really nit picking."…"

Reviewed on 18 Mar,2020

Swissotel Merchant Court
M Social Singapore
4 out of 5
90 Robertson Quay, Singapore
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
SG$144
per night
2 Apr-3 Apr
4.3/5Excellent! (1,174 reviews)

"Official check in time was 2pm but front desk explained that there would be a delay as they had to spend more time cleaning due to the COVID19 situation. They provided us drink vouchers at the hotel restaurant as we waited. Ended up checking in only at 3+pm. Not the most ideal situation but understandable ..."…"

Reviewed on 19 Mar,2020

M Social Singapore
Furama RiverFront
4 out of 5
405 Havelock Road, Singapore
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
SG$94
per night
3 Apr-4 Apr
3.9/5Very Good! (2,234 reviews)

"Good clean accommodation. In house drinks a bit steep. Good location for a walk along the river to shops and bars."…"

Reviewed on 29 Mar,2020

Furama RiverFront
Robertson Quay Hotel
3 out of 5
15 Merbau Road, Singapore
SG$85
per night
2 Apr-3 Apr
3.3/5 (2,041 reviews)

"Nice hotel. Assessible to anyehere. Friendly staff."…"

Reviewed on 8 Mar,2020

Robertson Quay Hotel
Studio M Hotel
4.5 out of 5
3 Nanson Road, Singapore
SG$156
per night
26 Apr-27 Apr
3.7/5Good! (2,008 reviews)

"Overall a good stay, room was beautiful and had a nice view. Gym is well equipped, and pool was large enough. While everything was pretty much good, downside was that the front desk staff was not very helpful at all. After dinner when I wanted to play darts, I found the in-house dart tips were all ..."…"

Reviewed on 7 Mar,2020

Studio M Hotel
D'Hotel Singapore
4 out of 5
231 Outram Road, Singapore
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4.6/5Wonderful! (1,062 reviews)

"The room was clean and spacious. Hotel staff were also very friendly. Had a wonderful experience here. Breakfast is simple so for those who enjoy a good range, this might not be for you."…"

Reviewed on 8 Mar,2020

D'Hotel Singapore
Copthorne Kings Singapore
4 out of 5
403 Havelock Road, Singapore
SG$136
per night
27 Apr-28 Apr
3.8/5Good! (1,290 reviews)

"Will give better rating if toilet is bigger and balcony was nice"…"

Reviewed on 20 Mar,2020

Copthorne Kings Singapore
Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview
4 out of 5
382 Havelock Road, Singapore
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
SG$128
per night
1 May-2 May
3.9/5Good! (1,291 reviews)

"All very good, clean efficient friendly. Comfortable beds"…"

Reviewed on 7 Mar,2020

Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview
Hotel Miramar Singapore
4 out of 5
401 Havelock Road, Singapore
SG$78
per night
3 Apr-4 Apr
3.8/5Good! (648 reviews)

"I enjoyed my staycation at Miramar. All the staff members I met are so friendly, polite and helpful. Thank you for your hospitality! I'll be back! 😊"…"

Reviewed on 7 Mar,2020

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About the Singapore River

The Singapore River is the island state’s chief waterway and links the Central Business District at Kim Seng Bridge to Marina Bay. Historic wharfs such as Clarke Quay have been adapted to modern usage and are now home to exciting entertainment venues and gourmet eateries. Statues such as Aw Tee Hong’s The River Merchants dot the riverside promenades and provide illuminating glimpses of Singapore’s rich history.

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Boat Quay was the busiest area of Singapore in its maritime heyday. The quay’s commercial buildings have been lovingly preserved and now contain a wide assortment of bars, eateries and shops. Clarke Quay is farther upstream and has undergone a similar transformation. Extras at Clarke include the G-MAX reverse bungee and a collection of nightclubs. Refurbished Chinese sailing junks are moored at Clarke and house floating restaurants.

A cruise along the three kilometres of the Singapore River gives passengers insights into the city’s heritage. Singapore’s iconic Merlion statue sits on a spit of land near the river mouth. Across the Fullerton Bridge, exhibits and displays in the Asian Civilisations Museum outline the ancestry of Singapore’s modern-day residents. Back on the opposite bank of the river there are temples and a mosque. The Yueh Hai Ching Temple dates from the mid-19th century and is ornately decorated.

Restaurants and Bars along the Singapore River

The Singapore River is one of the main hubs for eating and nightlife in the city. While Clarke Quay and Boat Quay tend to be livelier and have a better selection of restaurants, Robertson Quay still offers patrons the chance of sampling cuisines from around the world. Thai, Japanese, Australian and Italian are among cuisines served at the three piers. Dim sum and other Chinese specialities are on the menu at some of the establishments. The bar collection includes Irish, Australian, American and a micro-brewery.

Shopping

The banks of the Singapore River feature a great choice of shops and department stores. Although the larger stores are not as big as those on Orchard Road, they sell everything from the latest appliances to designer clothes. There are market zones where vendors sell a full range of souvenirs and ornaments that includes ethnic jewellery, wooden handicrafts and Singapore-logo T-shirts.

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