Singapore Changi Airport (SIN)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Singapore City, Singapore)
Singapore is a spreading and rather densely populated metropolis and although accommodation here is relatively expensive for South-East Asia, hotel occupancy levels do usually remain very high. Modern hotels and similar lodging possibilities can be found all over Singapore, with a number of top chains also residing close to Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), the region's main international gateway.
Close to the airport, accommodation is to be found lining a number of main stretches, such as the East Coast Road, Joo Chiat Road, Marine Parade Road and also Netheravon Road. Alternatively, the Colonial District of Singapore is a good place to look for hotels, being close to convention centres, the Clarke Quay and the Boat Quay, at the very mouth of the river.
Singapore: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Onsite at Singapore Airport you will find the Ambassador Transit Hotel, which can be accessed from both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Perfect for those with layovers and looking for accommodation as close to the airport as possible, the Ambassador boasts reasonably priced, clean guest rooms, with facilities including a pool, fitness centre, restaurants and bar.
HOTELS CLOSE TO SINGAPORE AIRPORT (SIN)|
|| Km |
|Ambassador Transit Hotel||Terminal 1,|
Singapore Changi Airport, 918141,
|Summer View Hotel||173 Bencoolen Street, 189642,|
|Concorde Hotel Singapore||317 Outram Road,|
|Le Meridien Changi Village||1 Netheravon Road,|
|Shangri-La Hotel Singapore||Orange Grove Road,|
Singapore: City Hotels and Accommodation
Those looking for action should consider staying in and around Singapore city centre, which is located around 20 km / 12 miles south-west of Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). Hotels in this region often come in the form of eye-catching high-rise buildings, boasting views of the cityscape and beyond.
With space at such a premium in the city, accommodation in Singapore comes at a price, with mid-range hotels tending to be rather expensive. However, the facilities are usually excellent and the best locations are just a short walk from countless sights and restaurants, making your stay more pleasant.
Those visiting Singapore with shopping on their mind should stay in the vibrant Orchard Road neighbourhood, which is brimming with shops and malls in all shapes and sizes. Many swanky hotels are located in this part of Singapore, together with a selection of more affordable mid-range, three-star accommodation. For cheaper lodging, consider staying in the city's outskirts, with chain hotels and guest houses offering good value for money, connected by reliable public transport.