Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Address: 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore, 248646, Singapore | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Marina Bay Sands Casino, Lucky Plaza, Singapore City Gallery, and Emerald Hill.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Hotel Singapore

      Reviewed by bjbromberg

      Always a great choice!

      Reviewed Dec 25, 2013
      by (10 reviews) Dallas , United States Flag of United States

      The Four Seasons is always a great choice -- best for service everywhere.....and this was no exception. The rooms were beautiful, the beds very comfortable. We highly recommend!!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

      A really good Hotel, i'll return next year!

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      I recently stayed at the Four Seasons for seven nights. The Hotel is simply out of this world for service, facilities and in my opinion value for money.

      Check-in was quick and after 10 minutes of arriving at the Hotel i was in my room. Shortly after arriving in my room, someone from the Reception Desk phoned to make sure i was pleased with my room and asked if they could they could be of further help.

      I was offered a drink and i accepted a coffee. I was told that the coffee would be with me in 15 mins, exactly 15mins later my coffee was delivered.

      The facilities in the room were very good and the bathroom was sufficiently furnished with all the necessary lotions and soaps.

      I ordered room service on a number of evenings, again i was told the exact time it would arrive and they never failed to disappoint in either deliverey time, quality or size of portion.

      I found the cost of the room service to be extremely good value and as a result i made very good use of this facility.

      The staff that i met were all very helpful and a lot of them remembered my name, which was a really nice touch when you are so far from home.

      I will definetly stay at the Four Seasons Hotel on my next visit to Singapore.

      Definitely THE Hotel in Singapore

      from

      Check this hotel out if you're going to singapore. It has a (four seasons typical) excellent service. When we arrived (with a mercedes of the hotel we booked before) they already arranged everything for us. A hotel manager greeted us a t the car and took us directly to our room (be aware, as always they try to sell you an upgrade room first!). She took my credit card and passport data in the room and after two minutes we were checked in. The staff is attentive all the time (and doesn't bother you if you don't want).

      We had a nice junior suite with a great view over the city. Orchad Road is only 2-3 minutes walk away - and there's also a train station.

      The hotel itself is modern, new, renovated and quite luxurious. Be sure to check out the pool on the roof-deck of the hotel. Relax there with a drink and feel fine.

      They've got also a second pool somewhere around 5.th floor. No children under the age of 12 are allowed there, so that's quite relaxing too. They've even got a tennis court there.

      So, I'd definitly recommend the FS. It's not really cheap, but it's worth the money.

      We didn't check out the restaurant, but some locals told us, it shall be great as well.

      Can't rate this hotel highly enough

      from

      From the moment we arrived - very early - till the time we left everything was sensational. Room, food, service - excellent.

      We also stayed at Raffles which was a great experience but the service at the 4S was better and it was great value for money. This is probaly one of the best hotels I have stayed in.

      The only downfall would be the rooftop pool, but you don't go to Singapore to lie beside a pool.

      High Quality

      from

      I probably cannot afford to pay for this hotel if I was on holiday on my own.

      Very nicely designed rooms. Large spacious toilets. Clean. Nothing much to complain actually except that the buffet breakfast should have a bit more selection and they should have provided free drinking water. Very good location .

      Excellent hotel

      from

      i visited during March 2005. I liked Singapore much better than expected--the flowers and botanical garden are great. The hotel location is very good. the room was extremely nice and the Chinese restaurant was outstanding. The concierges were extremely helpful with great restaurant recommendations.

      Overall, among the top 10 hotels I have stayed at worldwide.

      Two suggestions: (1) upgrade TVs to plasma. The football games would be much better and (2) the breakfast buffet selection is not as good as many other top Asian hotels, e.g. the 4S in Shanghai or the Peninsula in Bangkok. Over an extended stay, I like more variety for breakfast.

      I will definitely be a repeat visitor!

      A great hotel!

      from

      Outstanding in every respect. I stayed here in March and again in April, first in a suite and then a deluxe room. Both rooms were immaculate with excellent details, the service is tops in every respect, and the food was quite good as well. I cannot imagine that there is a better place to stay in Singapore.

      First Class Quality

      from

      Everything about my weekend stay was first class. The service throughout my stay was outstanding, and it all came at a good value.

      I booked the Weekend Special package, which gave me a Deluxe Room (15th floor, non-smoking, kind bed, breakfast) for US$175/night. This included a free hour on the golf simulator, too.

      The room was immaculate, with a king bed, sofa, and work table. They offered high-speed internet access, but declined to tell me (until I tried to connect) that it wasn't free. This was the only disappointment of the stay.

      TV options were wide, with over 30 channels including CNN and BBC.

      The bathroom was excellent, stocked with L'Occitane products. Double sink, separate tub and shower. The shower itself was awesome; no low flow constraints here.

      I chose the Four Seasons over the Shangri-La because of it's superior location to Orchard St and the MRT. Orchard St was just down the hill and around the corner, an easy 3 minute walk. Borders Bookstore is even closer.

      I had dinner at the Chinese Jiang Nan Chun Restaurant. I had the most expensive set menu at S$88, but the quality and service were outstanding. The highlight was the shark fin, crab, and foie gras soup. One of the best soups I've ever tasted.

      Breakfast was included with my rate. The buffet was ok as luxury hotels go. Standard buffet selection of Asian and Western choices. On Day 2, I opted for a Japanese Set Breakfast, which was a better choice than the buffet.

      If I ever make it back, I wouldn't hesitate to stay at the Four Seasons, especially for the price I paid.

      Faultless

      from

      I could not find one thing wrong with this hotel. You are treated like royalty, the staff are superb. The hotel is perfectly placed for a stroll into town. The restaurant in the hotel was pretty good value and the food was delicious. We only stayed one night on our way through to NZ but it gets 10 out of 10 on every count.

      Perfect location, kid friendly

      from

      Wonderful staff (even though they forgot -- despite several e-mails -- that out four year old would be with us). Great location for shopping, food, and mass transit. Elegant and kid-friendly at the same time. A great value for the money.

      Excellent Property in Trendy Orchard Rd Area

      from

      I stayed at the Four Seasons in Singapore from the 22nd to the 24th of October and thought it was a fantastic property. I should start by saying it was my first time in Singapore and I have not stayed at any other properties there. The service was impeccable from the moment my car pulled up in front of the the hotel until the time I was put in a car back to the airport.

      Check-in was very fast and efficient and I was in a premium executive room with a king bed and nicely appointed marble bathroon with separate WC. The room was very spacious and well decorated. Bathroom was large with separate tub and glass enclosed shower area.

      Restaurant on site was very good for breakfast which was included. A nice range of food was offered from tradtional American type cuisine to Asian influenced. Both meals at the hotel were very good. Wait staff was very attentive and never missed a beat.

      Had a few cocktails at the lounge my last night there. Very attentive bar staff who will take very good care of you. A very nice relaxing area complete with three piece bank and lounge singer. I liked that fact that it wasn't too loud and you could carry on a conversation and enjoy some nice jazz.

      Saturday afternoon I used the rooftop pool which has a nice view of Orchard Road. Facilities were very nice and very quiet. I had the rooftop to myself.

      Overall, a very enjoyable stay. Even phone calls back to Canada that I charged to the room were extremely inexpensive. Hotel is also just off Orchard Road which is close to good shopping, restaurants and bars.

      I would definitely recommend to anyone.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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