Marina Bay Sands is Asia's most spectacular business and leisure destination with over 2,500 rooms & suites and state-of-the-art convention and exhibition facilities. Located along the Marina Bay waterfront, Marina Bay Sands features three cascading hotel towers topped by an extraordinary sky park, ‘floating’ crystal pavilions, a museum, retail stores featuring international luxury brands, celebrity chef restaurants, endless entertainment at the theaters, the hottest night clubs and a Las Vegas-style casino.
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Singapore is unique, an island nation, small but packing a rich history amidst a dynamic cultural collage of Chinese, Malay, Western and Indian influences.
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Retreat with a Deluxe Room, located in Tower 3. Take comfort in this bright, 39-square meter space, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, calming contemporary décor, executive work desk and a 42” interactive flat-screen television. Relax with a King, two Queen or two double beds and rejuvenate in a spacious bathroom.
Savor the art of cuisine at Marina Bay Sands – home to more than 20 restaurants, with menus to suit any taste - from fine dining to casual. A total of 7 'celebrity chef' restaurants provide you with a wonderfully trendy gastronomical experience. Marina Bay Sands brings the world to your table.
Entertainment runs very deep at Marina Bay Sands. The "Wonder Full" waterfront show in the evenings is Southeast Asia's largest light and water spectacular. The rooftop swimming pool at Sands SkyPark towers over the city below. You will also find a skating rink, theatres, shopping centre, the ArtScience Museum, and a Las Vegas-style casino and shows. Marina Bay Sands hotel will keep you entertained for your full stay in Singapore.