Marina Bay Sands
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Marina Bay Sands


The Marina Bay Sands combines entertainment, gambling, dining, and wellness under a single roofdeck and an award-winning building design, comprising a gleaming new landmark in the Marina Bay business district of Singapore.

Rates depend on the season – expect to pay between USD $341 to USD $531 depending on room type. Early bird specials available.


Over 50 restaurants make up the culinary spread available throughout the Marina Bay Sands, with a heavy emphasis on celebrity chefs like Mario Batali, Wolfgang Puck, Daniel Boulud, and Guy Savoy.

From Guy Savoy’s eponymous Parisian restaurant to Santi’s Catalan spread to db Bistro Moderne’s French-American cuisine, foodies can sample an exhaustive (and exhausting) range of dishes, limited only by your budget and your stomach.


Deluxe Room: Located at Tower 3, these 39 sq. m. rooms all have floor-to-ceiling windows and 42” interactive flat-screen TVs. Located on the 3rd and 19th floors.

Premier Room: These 47 sq. m. accommodations in Towers 1 and 2 offer a size upgrade from the Deluxe Room, with much the same amenities.

Grand Room: separate bedroom and sitting area (separated by swiveling flat-screen television) underscore the 79-square meter room’s size, as does the bathroom with freestanding bathtub and walk-in shower.

Club Room: these bright 62-square meter spaces provide impressive entertainment options: 42” interactive flat-screen television, an iPod docking station and a Nespresso machine.


No visit to the Marina Bay Sands is complete without an ascent to the Sands Skypark on the 57th floor – a platform that links all three towers at the top. The Skypark’s three acres of real estate holds enough room for a nightclub, a viewing deck, and an infinity-edge swimming pool.

Just below the Skypark, the 55th-floor Banyan Tree Spa offers traditional Asian therapies with a modern twist in their Spa Suites. Down at the ground level, the Shoppes at the Marina Bay Sands provides over 800,000 square feet of retail and dining space; the Casino features a selection of gaming entertainments in its 161,000-square-foot space; and two world-class theaters host Broadway musicals.


Standing on 37 acres of reclaimed land, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel caps a $5.7 billion entertainment complex that includes theaters, a casino, a sprawling shopping center, a science museum, restaurants and convention and exhibition facilities.

The Marina Bay Sands is connected to the rest of Singapore via the Bayfront MRT Station; from the airport, a complimentary bus takes you to the Sands above ground, where the award-winning architecture can make an impact. The Sands Hotel is composed of three curving 55-storey towers crowned at the top by the Sands Skypark.

The viewing deck at the Skypark reveals the choicest views of Singapore from above – at night you’ll see the twinkling lights of the Singapore skyline and nearby landmarks like the Esplanade and the Singapore Flyer. The Skypark also accommodates the hotel’s famous infinity pool overlooking Marina Bay, a nightclub and a restaurant.

The rooms are cozy and cutting-edge contemporary, with modernistic décor, as much luxury as the room space allows, and warm lighting. The sizeable flatscreen TVs and ample power and data plugs allow you to stay connected however long and whichever way you like.

The hotel lobby’s dining outlets include Fuse lobby bar; SweetSpot bakery and espresso bar; Jin Shan Chinese restaurant; and Rise, a specialist in world cuisine. All hotel guests get free access to the hotel’s Banyan Tree fitness center.

Customer Reviews

"We paid extra for the club rooms after reading so many good reviews about it and it is definitely worth it! Private check in at a lounge, evening cocktail hour, snacks all day long. The executive club lounge is on top of the hotel on the sky park.

Only club room guests can access this area, which is so helpful as the sky park gets very crowded during the weekends. The best way to stay in sands hotel is definitely the club room. You pay $200 extra per person, but believe us, it is worth it." - Robert S. U.K


“Our stay in Marina Bay Sands was worth remembering because the environment is clean, the staff are nice, and, the food are delicious. The view and the pool is very enjoyable. My kids enjoyed the Infinity Pool very much.

Our stay here was very worth it because we also got to see Singapore's attractions, like the Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge, Merlion and the Gardens by the Bay that will open in June, in an amazing view high up from the ground. After posting some pictures of my stay on MBS on my fb account... Most of my friends, liked it and admired the hotel, some are looking forward to stay on MBS when they visit singapore. ” - Anna L. Australia 


“Your guide checked into the Deluxe Room, the most basic room class in the Marina Bay Sands' catalog of 2,561 rooms and suites.

For a hotel room a mere 420 square feet in size, the Sands puts plenty of luxury in the limited space: a King-size bed with feather pillows; an executive work desk; and a 42-inch flat-screen television. Browns, creams and whites predominate, and the warm yellow light creates an overall impression of warmth that brightens up the compact space considerably.” - Maria R. U.S