Last Updated on 08.06.2020 by Iliyan
I love staying at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. From the first time I saw a picture of the infinity pool of the hotel, I dreamed of visiting it.
The Marina Bay Sands is an ultramodern hotel, a building that looks like it comes from the future. It consists of three giant towers and a platform that houses an infinity pool, observation deck, and restaurant. The roof, which you can pay to access, has a Sky Park with an incredible view of the city. Since Marina Bay Sands opened in 2010, it has quickly grown to become the real symbol of Singapore. This architectural wonder in the heart of Singapore is a place that will definitely captivate you as you begin exploring the city.
Here’s what it’s like staying at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore!
Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay Sands complex is enormous, not to mention the hotel itself. It includes a 2,561 hotel rooms, a 1,300,000 square-metre convention center, shops, a museum, two large theaters, the world’s largest atrium casino with 500 tables and 1,600 slot machines, and a range of other exhibits. The building measures 191 meters in height and has 57 floors.
At the top of the this 5-star hotel is the world famous SkyPark, which has an infinity swimming pool. Only those staying at the hotel can gain access to the pool.
SkyPark and Infinity Pool
Located on the 57th floor, this pool offers stunningly beautiful views of Singapore in every direction. It’s world’s largest rooftop infinity pool and if you swim up to the pool’s edge, it feels like you’re about to fall off the top of the world.
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Many palm trees provide shade all along the deck, that are perfect for relaxing and cocktails.
The infinity pool is available from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. The Sands SkyPark Observation Deck is open to non-hotel guests. The deck is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., or until 11 p.m. from Friday to Sunday. The price is S$ 26 (€ 17.20) / Adult.
The hotel rooms in Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay Sands offers a variety of room options with views of the skyline, gardens or the harbor. However, some rooms at the bottom have no view at all. The rooms with a view are more expensive, but of course they’re much more beautiful.
The hotel offers regular rooms, club rooms, and suites. Regular rooms come in different types and sizes: Deluxe Rooms, Premier Rooms, and Family Rooms.
The club rooms and different luxe suites are located on the high floors of the building. Club and Suite guests receive complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening drinks & canapés at Club55. Also, the luxe suites guests receive 24-hour butler service.
My room was a spacious and very clean. The bathroom was also very large and included a huge tub.
The Marina Bay Sands in Singapore has over 80 restaurants and bars. There are a lot of celebrity chef restaurants in this hotel and rooftop dining options that provide great food and views. I didn’t get the chance to eat at Marina Bay Sands, so I couldn’t recommend any place, but there is something for everyone among the vast culinary lineup.
The Marina Bay Sands is within walking distance to many of Singapore’s famous attractions such as Gardens by the Bay, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, museums, shopping malls, restaurants, and many others. It also provides all kinds of entertainment.
One of the most popular attractions at Marina Bay Sands is the largest atrium casino. The entrance to the casino is free for tourists, but you need to bring your passport.
Don’t miss the permanent light installation Digital Light Canvas for a unique artistic experience. It’s located in the shopping mall at Marina Bay Sands and the entrance fee to the display is at S$ 5 (€ 3.30) per person.
Discover the the Spectra Light & Water Show, a free nightly outdoor extravaganza displayed over the water at the Event Plaza that plays every night! Laser lights flash from Marina Bay Sands building and search lights swirl through the sky. It lasts approximately 15 minutes in length and is very popular, so find a spot to watch near the Bay before the better viewing spots fill up.