Planning a work trip? Our pick of the best business hotels in Singapore will ensure you have a comfortable stay with top-notch amenities.
Singapore is known for being a financial hub, so there’s no surprise that there’s a wide range of business hotels to choose from.
So what makes a good business hotel? We have based our selection on the following criteria:
- Convenient location, close to Central Business District
- Modern Facilities
- Meeting spaces and/or business centre
- In-house dining options and room service
- High-speed Wi-Fi
- A comfortable room
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Before we get into detail, here are our three top picks:
#1 Top Pick
Fullerton Hotel Singapore
- Large range of rooms and suites
- Good business facilities
- Great location in the CBD
#2 Top Pick
- Spacious comfortable rooms
- Five star facilities
- Great location in the middle of the financial district
#3 Top Pick
Parkroyal on Pickering
- Modern comfortable rooms
- Boardrooms with city views
- Great location between the CBD and Chinatown
Best Singapore Hotels for Business Travellers
Here, we’ve put together a list of some of the finest hotels in Singapore for business travellers. These unique hotels range from boutique hotels to luxury options with incredible amenities.
Let’s take a closer look!
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Fullerton Hotel Singapore
A stay at the Fullerton Hotel isn’t just unique, but you’re also right in the heart of the CBD, with Raffles Place just around the corner.
Once home to Singapore’s General Post Office, The Fullerton Hotel has been transformed into an incredible 400-room heritage hotel. A huge range of rooms and suites is available to suit various needs and budgets.
For business travellers, there is a Financial Centre in the lobby, open 24 hours and providing a range of business and secretarial services. You’ll also find a Charging Station in the lobby, ideal for catching up on work or holding informal meetings.
“Exceptional quality in a perfect central location.”– John, United Kingdom. Read more reviews here.
If you need a larger, more private meeting space, The Fullerton Hotel has some great function rooms you can book.
Restaurants-wise, there’s plenty for you to choose from – Town Restaurant, The Courtyard, or the Jade restaurant. There’s also a gym and a fantastic pool with a view if you find any leisure time.
The Westin Singapore
The Westin was one of the first hotels in Singapore to be integrated into an office building.
With a great location in Asia Square in the heart of the financial district, the spacious rooms at this business hotel come with thoughtful amenities, from a plush bed to a desk area perfect for catching up on work.
For additional comfort, you can also head to the Westin Club Lounge with high-speed internet access, snacks and more.
If you need to host a meeting on your business trip, The Westin Singapore offers private event spaces that can cater for everything from meetings for ten people up to conferences of 600. The onsite Virtual Studio also allows you to live stream meetings and events using the latest technology and seamless connection.
“Exceptional views and the facilities are top notch.”– Frank, United States. Read more reviews here.
There’s a 24-hour WORKOUT Fitness Studio for leisure time, while the RunWESTIn Concierge will let you know the best running routes around the city. If you need a respite, the hotel also has an infinity pool that’s perfect for a dip.
Insider Tip: If you’re looking for drinks with a view, the Westin is a 5-minute walk from Level 33, one of the best rooftop bars in Singapore.
Parkroyal on Pickering
Parkroyal on Pickering is unique in every way, with its eco-friendly garden concept making it easy to spot from afar. In terms of location, it’s also incredibly convenient since you’ve got both Singapore’s CBD and Chinatown at your doorstep.
Room-wise, the COLLECTION Club Room is an excellent choice for business travellers, as it comes with a spacious executive desk and exclusive access to the COLLECTION Club Lounge.
Here you can enjoy a complimentary breakfast, complimentary one-hour usage of the Club Boardroom and savings on all Business Centre services.
“Great location, amazing staff, fantastic breakfast, great gym & the pool was beautiful.”– Dana, Australia. Read more reviews here.
If you’re looking to impress, the boardrooms have city views and can each accommodate up to 14 delegates around the boardroom table or 30 people theatre style. The largest conference room can cater for up to 300 people.
The hotel has in-house dining options, including Asian & international restaurant Lime. You’ll also be able to fit in a workout in the morning or a dip in the infinity pool.
The Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore
If you want luxury, convenience and comfort, The Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore will tick all the right boxes.
The Club Premier Suite is the ideal room to stay at if you’re looking for iconic views of Marina Bay and the Singapore Flyer, along with exclusive Club Lounge access. In The Club Premier Suite, you’ll also have a spacious living room and study area with an expansive work desk.
In the Club Lounge, you’ll be treated to all-day culinary and beverage presentations, and the team can assist with any bookings you might require.
This luxury hotel in Singapore also boasts 12 state-of-the-art meeting venues, catering for meetings from 10 people to 1,200.
“Amazing Breakfast, spacious room, breathtaking view over the Marina Bay”– An, Switzerland. Read more reviews here.
Dining options are also aplenty in the hotel, and there’s a spa and pool if you’d like to unwind after a long day.
Insider Tip: Want to try some of the best local street food in Singapore? Popular hawker centre Makansutra Gluttons Bay is just a short walk away close to Esplanade Theatres on the Bay.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach
If you want to be close to the Central Business District, Suntec City and/or Marina Bay, then JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach is another excellent choice.
Rooms and Suites are exceedingly comfortable, with the Deluxe and Premier rooms having everything you need, from ‘floating’ beds to designer furnishings.
There’s an onsite business centre, plus an array of meeting rooms for small gatherings of just six up to events for 420 people.
““Excellent hotel and facilities and access to executive lounge was amazing.”– Leyla, Australia. Read more reviews here.
Check into one of the Club Rooms and Suites, and you’ll also have access to the Executive Lounge, which comes with complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapés.
While plenty of restaurants are just walking distance from the hotel, you’ll also find a range of offerings within the hotel, from Japanese to Chinese and even an intimate wine bar and lounge that’s perfect for unwinding after a long day.
Insider Tip: The hotel is right across the road from the world-famous Raffles Hotel if you want to sample a Singapore Sling in the Raffles Long Bar or enjoy their famous afternoon tea in the lobby.
Fairmont Singapore is another great hotel for business travellers in a central location. The Raffles City Convention Centre has 34 meeting rooms for all sizes, and a satellite conference system is in place for global conferences.
Not only does it come with a wide array of dining options, but there are also plenty of rooms and suites for you to choose from.
There’s a range of rooms and suites to choose from, with those in the Fairmont Gold category giving you access to the Fairmont Gold Lounge for daily breakfast and evening cocktails.
“Fabulous hotel, with fantastic staff, very welcoming and helpful.”– Jason, United Kingdom. Read more reviews here.
If you want to impress, check into the Signature Suite, which has a separate lounge area perfect for business meetings and two private balconies with incredible city views.
Insider Tip: The Fairmont has direct access to Raffles City shopping mall, one of the best shopping malls in Singapore, where you will find a selection of restaurants and City hall MRT station.
Hotel Swissôtel The Stamford
When you check into one of the tallest hotels in Southeast Asia, you know you’ll enjoy great views from your hotel room at Swissotel the Stamford.
This vast hotel has over 1,200 rooms and suites, from Premier Rooms to the Swiss Signature Suite, with ergonomic and spacious desks.
Check into one of our executive rooms or unique suites, and you’ll gain access to the Executive Lounge. It is located on Level 65 and has gym equipment, complimentary breakfast and all-day snacks, and evening cocktails. It also allows complimentary boardroom use for up to 2 hours.
” Very good location, stunning views from the room”– Tamas, Hungary. Read more reviews here.
With City Hall MRT at your doorstep, you will have easy access to the rest of Singapore via public transport, or you can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Padang to the Singapore River.
Insider Tip: If you’re looking to impress a client, book into the two Michelin-starred restaurant, JAAN by Kirk Westaway or head for dinner and drinks at SKAI, both of which enjoy some of the best views in Singapore.
Set in the heart of the Bugis district, the Intercontinental Singapore is a 10-minute walk from Suntec City conference and exhibition centre and a 10-minute taxi ride to the CBD.
The hotel has won countless accolades and has plenty to offer the business traveller. All rooms are inspired by Peranakan culture, with silk wall coverings and plush bedding.
Our pick is the King Corner City View room, which is spacious and comfortable. It comes with two flat-screen televisions, a separate bath and a seating and study area.
“Location was great; staff were very helpful, friendly and professional; hotel was beautiful and service spot on.”– Sharon, Australia. Read more reviews here.
Book into a Club room to enjoy the facilities of The Club InterContinental Lounge, which has the added benefits of breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails, complimentary pressing services, and a complimentary hour usage of the meeting room.
There are also plenty of options to choose from when it comes to dining at this Singapore hotel – including a Lobby Lounge area that’s the perfect spot to wind down after the day with wines and cocktails.
Insider Tip: If you’re looking for evening dining options, Chijmes is just a short walk from the hotel and has several restaurants in a beautiful alfresco setting.
Four Seasons Singapore
Located in the Orchard area, the Four Seasons Singapore is another luxury five-star hotel with a wealth of amenities aimed at discerning business travellers.
Arriving late at night and need your suit pressed for a morning meeting? No problem! The Four Seasons offers a 24-hour pressing service. Need to arrive at your business meeting in style? Make use of the hotel Chauffeur Service.
“I liked that as soon as I checked in, they were calling me by name. That’s a nice touch.”– Aloha, Croatia. Read more reviews here.
Rooms are exceedingly comfortable, from the Premier Room to the Presidential Suite. The One-Bedroom Club Suite gets our vote with its marble bathroom and separate living room area. You’ll also have access to the Executive Club with exclusive dining, afternoon tea and sundowners.
Other amenities within the hotel include three different restaurants, including Nobu Singapore, outdoor pools, a spa, and a fully-equipped fitness centre.
Marina Bay Sands
Why not mix business with pleasure and have the opportunity to swim in the largest rooftop infinity pool in the world?
The iconic Marina Bay Sands is extremely close to the Central Business District and has many dining options and shops.
The Sands Room is one of Marina Bay Sands’ newly renovated guest rooms. Not only is it relatively large at 45 square metres, but it also comes with a choice of a Gardens by the Bay or City View and a bespoke Armoire and Cocktail Trolley.
“Everyone should spend at least one night in an upper floor room at this hotel.”– Jeffery, United States. Read more reviews here.
If you’re having a meeting, there are plenty of meeting rooms and the best-in-class facilities, from a relaxing treatment at Banyan Tree Spa to a drink at Club 55.
Naumi Hotel Singapore
If you prefer to go with a boutique hotel when travelling on business, Naumi Hotel Singapore is a great option.
Tucked in behind Raffles Singapore, it’s close to MRT stations, restaurants and shops but is also hidden amongst shophouses and offers proximity to the cultural side of Singapore.
Rooms are comfortable, and their Gabrielle and Camellia room, is a monochromatic masterpiece you’ll love. It doesn’t just come with a luxurious king-sized bed but also complimentary in-room refreshments and premium bath amenities.
“Comfortable boutique hotel with a very funky vibe. lovely friendly staff”– Michele, France. Read more reviews here.
Need to host an intimate executive meeting? No worries, Naumi Hotel Singapore has a light-filled meeting room with city views that can fit up to six guests perfectly, plus two large board rooms.
Insider Tip: Ready to wind down? Head to Cloud 9 Infinity Pool and Roof Bar, a hidden oasis in the city.
The Warehouse Hotel
Another beautiful boutique hotel suitable for business travellers, the Warehouse, is located on the river in Robertson Quay.
Meticulously restored from an 1895 trade warehouse building, the hotel has been redesigned for modern luxury and offers 37 rooms.
Rooms are comfortable and spacious, with the Warehouse Loft being perfect for business travellers with its double-high ceilings, glass block windows, and desk area.
“Love the ambience of the hotel, awesome professional staff who made you feel super welcome.”– Tan. Read more reviews here.
Food-wise, there’s the hotel’s restaurant, Po, and the Lobby Bar for some after-work drinks. Being located in Robertson Quay, you also have plenty of restaurants on your doorstep.
Rooms at the Andaz Singapore come with floor-to-ceiling windows and a choice of Heritage, City or Sea views.
Dining options wise, there are numerous restaurants to choose from. Enjoy alfresco drinking and dining Mr Stork on Level 39, one of our favourite rooftop bars in Singapore. Alternatively, head to a choice of restaurants on level 25 or the steak restaurant on level 38.
“The location is very central, the furnishings modern and at the same time homely”– Inga, Germany. Read more reviews here.
Recreational facilities include a pool and a 24-hour fitness centre equipped with the latest exercise equipment. If you’re planning to use public transport during your stay, you’ll love that there is a direct link to the MRT in the basement of the hotel.
Insider Tip: The hotel is ideally located close to Kampong Glam, where you will find loads of great affordable restaurants. Click here to learn more about Kampong Glam.
Voco Orchard Singapore
Voco is located in the heart of Orchard Road, so it’s convenient if you’re heading to work in the city centre.
The Deluxe Club rooms come with everything you need, from a work area to a bathtub in a marble bathroom, along with incredible city views and Club Lounge access, where you can enjoy refreshments from 1-9 pm daily.
“The room was very nice and large and had ample space for everything with adequate number of power/charging points.”– Pat, United Kingdom. Read more reviews here.
In addition, this mid-range hotel also has amenities such as 17 meeting rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, a 24-hour Fitness Centre, and an award-winning spa if you’re looking to unwind and relax with a massage and facial.
When it comes to dining, the hotel also houses one of the most celebrated restaurants in Singapore, Iggy’s, along with a steakhouse, Italian restaurant and bakery.
Insider Tip: Need to clear your head after a hard day at work? The Singapore Botanic Gardens are just a 10-minute walk away.
Doing business on a budget? For the no-frills business traveller, take a look at Yotel Singapore.
It’s situated in the convenient heart of Orchard Road and has everything you need for a great stay. The Premium Queen comes with quick Wi-Fi, and you’ll also have a laptop-size safe and a SmartTV.
If you’re short on time, you’ll also be happy to know that the hotel comes with self-service check-in kiosks, so you won’t have to worry about wasting your time in a queue.
In terms of business services, the hotel also has a Komyuniti Studio that can be used for informal meetings and working lunches for up to 30 people.
After a long day, you can dip in the hotel’s outdoor pool or head to the 24/7 gym for a workout.