Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore

Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore

A few impressions of the hotel before starting Marina Bay Sands is one of the world’s most famous and iconic hotels Marina Bay Sands enjoys an excellent bayfront location. From Singapore’s Changi Airport, it’s a 20-minute taxi drive to the hotel. The hotel is part of a mammoth resort complex. This includes a convention center, shopping mall, museum, two theatres, and a casino. The hotel features an iconic exterior. Its silhouette of three 55-storey towers is instantly recognized all over the world.

The complex was designed by Moshe Safdie architects. It opened in February 2011, one year later than planned due to escalating costs s. The jaw-dropping architecture is unique in the world. Apparently, the design created a significant technical challenge in its construction. Marina Bay Sands is the most. It was built at a construction cost of $5.50 billion USD ever built to tower three. The 3 hotel towers share one lobby at their The lobby extends all the way from tower one to tower three. Check-in counters are located in tower one and three. Due to the enormous scale of the hotel (2561 rooms), there’s often a line for check-in.

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The lobby features soaring ceilings. This highlights the exceptional architecture and the unusual curves_pf the Building.. The atrium in tower one is 23 storeys high. It overlooks the check-in area and the concierge desk. Don’t expect a tranquil ambience in the lobby :-). Throngs of hotel guests and tourists pass through the space, especially on weekend;. Natural light floods in through these windows, creating an airy feel. Several other works of art are on display in the ho The art creates an inspiring and breathtaking path through the complex. This is ‘Rising Forest1 by artist Chongbin Zheng. The ceramic sculpture is composed of massive, glazed, stoneware ceramic. Each vessel weighs 1,200 kg (2645 lb). Every vessel holds a tree, creating a “canopy” of trees across the interior.

The ceramic pieces were made in Yixing, China. The restaurant ‘Adrift1 is located halfway in the lobby. This dining venue is led by celebrity chef David Myers (from California). Have you ever been to Marina Bay Sands?. If yes, what was your experience? Leave a comment…. The atrium of tower 2 is lower than the one in tower 1. The size of the atrium narrows from tower 1 towards tower 3. The lobby is lined by several boutiques and stores. This is the hotel’s gift shop, where you can buy exclusive Marina Bay Sands souvenirs. Some construction was going on during my visit. Part of the lobby between tower 2 and 3 was sealed off to the public.

Some construction was going on during. Part of the lobby between tower 2 and 3 was sealed off to the public. A Chinese fine dining venue was being built here. The restaurant will be called ‘Blossom’. A Chinese fine dining venue was being. Blossom will open in autumn. The venue will be one of 9 restaurants in the hotel serving Chinese cuisine. This is the check-in area at tower 3. The check-in counter closes during the night (check-in at tower 1 remains open 24/7). Tower 3 is also the access point to the obervatiorheck. The observation deck on the rooftop is open to non-guests. I stayed in a room in tower 3 during my visit. I’ll show the room later in this post.

I stayed in a room in tower 3 during my visit. I’ll show the room later in this post. The lobby is about 250 m (800 ft) long. Some more impressions of the lobby The lobby is about. Several restaurants are located inside the lobby. This is an aerial view of Rise restaurant. Rise offers a lavish buffet spread. With 7 themed nights a week, every night is a sumptuous surprise here. The Renku bar is located besides Rise restaurant. This lounge tempts guests with cocktails, craft beers and a high tea experience in the evening). Adrift is another dining venue located inside the lobby. This was posted mid-afternoon (the hotel’s restaurants are packed in the evening).

Let’s explore the hotel’s accommodations. I stayed in a ‘club room’ on the 44th floor of tower 3. Let’s explore the hotel’s accommodations. The room is very spacious and feels luxuriou. It features a bedroom, sitting area and bathroom. The bathroom comes with a shower, sink and toilet. Complimentary toiletries are provided. This room doesn’t have a bathtub. Make sure to book the right room type if you want a bathtub. Guests staying in a club room have access to Club55. Club55 is a luxurious lounge located on the 55th floor offering all day drinks & snacks. Meet my new black suitcase. My red suitcase did not survive its last journey onboard a Ryanair flight:-(.

The room decor is classic, elegant and timeless It features thick carpets, textured wallpaper, and wood furniture. The bed area gives way to a sitting corner. There’s also a desk in case you need to work. The bed area gives way to a sitting(corne There’s also a desk in case you need to work. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer a spectacula. The room looks out over Marina Bay. Some more impressions of the room. The 2561 rooms come in 12 different categories. Welcome gift Chocolates. Called the Sands SkyPark, the rooftop features many o. Let’s explore the hotel’s iconic 57th rooftop. Called the Sands SkyPark, the rooftop features many of the hotel’s facilities.

The pool area is open from 6 am to 11 pm It is only accessible to hotel guests via their room key card. The rooftop pool is 151 m (495 ft) long It is divided into 3 sections, one of them reserved to adults only. The pool offers sublime views of the Singapore skyline It’s a very popular spot to take an Instagram selfie. The large number of guests is an issue at the. You often have to wait in line at check-in, for the elevators, or to be seated at breakfast. The large number of guests is an issue at the hotel. The experience at the pool depends on your expecta-If you like solitude, silence and serenity, you will be very disappointed :-). The pool staff does a great job though.

Despite the gargantuan scale of the resort, service is excellent and. Did you ever take a dip in the Marina Bay Sands pool. If yes, what was your experience? Would you recommend the hotel? Leave a comment. The rooftop is an architectural marvel. The shaped structure is constructed of spanning steel bridges hovering over the 3 towers. A walkway runs parallel to the pool. Here, you find two restaurants as well as two bars (open to guests and non-guests). It’s located next to the fine dining venue that shares the same name. The rooftop features another lively bar, called CE LA VI Talented bartenders shake, stir and serve up classic and signature CE LA VI cocktails. Hundreds of ships pass here daily. The Jacuzzis offer a great view of the Singapore Strait Hundreds of ships pass here daily.

Whether you like the pool or not, there’s no denying that the views are spectacular. Some more impressions of the pool area. Whether you like the pool or not, there’s no denying that the views are spectacular. The shopping mall opens up to Marina Bay The bay is lined by impressive skyscrapers. A walking path runs around the bay. From here, you have a great view of the hotel’s iconic architecture. The Merlion is the official mascot of Singapore. The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish. Gardens by the Bay is located on the hotel’s other side It features 3 famous attractions: Supertree Grove, Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

This is footage of inside the Flower Dome. Spectacular and innovative, it is the largest glass greenhouse in the world. The trees are 30 to 55 m (100 to 180 ft) high. The trees function as vertical gardens that collect rainwater & solar. Bridges dubbed “skywalks” connect several supertrees. Each supertree features tropical flowers and ferns climbing across its steel framework. Let’s return to the hotel. Located on the 55th level, the hotel features a high-end spa, managed by Banyan Tree. The 55th floor is also home to a gym. Here, you can take your workout to the next level with a personal training session. The pool is oriented towards the west. It offers nice views of the sunset.

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