Bay Hotel Singapore
Bay Hotel Singapore is one of the very rare hotels in Singapore to be blessed with good “Feng Shui”. It is protected by lush terrains of the Mount Faber hill from rear while the front faces the bay where calm sea brings auspicious energy.
Bay Hotel Singapore is located just at the entrance of Sentosa Island where Resorts World Sentosa, an integrated resort with casino and Universal Studios theme park are found. Just the right hotel to stay in if you want to be lucky when you are going to have a few rounds at the blackjack table.
The HarbourFront MRT Station (NE1/CC29) and VivoCity are less than 5-minute away by foot. Accessibility by train from Changi Airport to Bay Hotel is easy and takes less an hour of train ride including transfers.
Price: US$130 – US$190 per room night.
Also a favorite with business travelers, the Bay Hotel is just outside the Central Business District while Alexandra Business Park (aka Mapletree Business City) is just two train stops away.
Mount Faber – Singapore’s Famous Hill
Mount Faber is a charming hilltop park that can be easily reached by foot from Bay Hotel Singapore. From the top, you can enjoy a sweeping view of Singapore’s CBD and the scenic southern waterfront.
Guests of Bay Hotel can take any of the nearby nature foot paths and hike to the top of Mount Faber. Although not very high, views from the hilltop are simply amazing. You can take in sights of large ships chugging along the Singapore Straits, the magnificent Sentosa Island and a bird’s eye view of Singapore’s city skyline.
Unknown to many, Mount Faber offers a unique dining experience that can rival any 5-star restaurant. How would you like to surprise your wife or girlfriend with a candle-lit dinner suspended in a transparent capsule over the waterfront?
The Jewel Box at the hilltop offers a unique Sky Dining package that is a romantic 3-course dinner inside a moving cable car. The cable car will traverse between Mount Faber and Sentosa giving the diners a 360 degree view of the mesmerizing city skyline.
Sentosa Island Attractions
Sentosa is the most famous island getaway of Singapore that is popular with locals and tourists alike. Getting to Sentosa is easy as there are many modes of transport to choose from. Take the cable car from the top of Mount Faber, or via the monorail at VivoCity or just by foot across the link bridge.
Universal Studios of Singapore is a must-visit destination on this island. Spanning 7 themed zones with 20 exciting rides and death defying roller-coasters, kids and adults will definitely have a blast here. Popular rides are the Battlestar Gallactica and Transformers as can be seen from their long queues.
Imbiah Lookout is one area in Sentosa where you can find most attractions, with as many as 11 of them. At 131m tall, the Tiger Sky Tower is where you can have panoramic views of Sentosa and the Southern Islands. Other main attractions are the Butterfly Park and extreme zip lining MegaZip Adventure Park.
Of course, visiting Sentosa without dropping by their famous pristine white beaches will not make your trip complete. The 3.2km long beach is segmented into sections of Palawan, Siloso and Tanjong beaches that are family friendly. Just the right place for sun tanning, a game of beach volleyball or simply people watching.
VivoCity – Singapore’s Largest Shopping Mall
VivoCity is Singapore’s largest and favorite mall. Shoppers will definitely have an exciting time in VivoCity as there are more than 300 stores carrying brands like Camper, Desigual, Gap, Zara, Pull&Bear, adidas, Uniqlo and Crocs.
The National Geographic flagship store on Level 1 is an attraction that you should not miss. Fans of this best selling magazine can now explore the adventures in real life instead of flipping through the 2D pages. Some of the good to pick-up stuff here include the beautifully printed coffee table books and trinkets from around the world.
Families with kids can also adjourn to the Sky Park on VivoCity’s rooftop for some kids bonding time. The Sky Park is a sprawling open-air playground with a huge wading pool that all kids will love. If you are lucky, you may even be able to catch a free show or concert at the co-located amphitheater.
VivoCity is also a culinary haven where visitors can get all kinds of food here. If you are looking for Singaporean local delights, just head for Food Republic food court on Level 3. Restaurants serving cuisine like Japanese, Thai, Indian, Spanish, German and even a Brazilian churrascaria can all be found under VivoCity’s roof.
Charming Hotel in Southern Singapore
The 333-room Bay Hotel Singapore is definitely a charming hotel to stay in with its excellent Feng Shui location and lush nature. Guests can also enjoy the use of outdoor pool and gym whenever they want a healthy workout.
Conveniently located within the hotel is also an open-rooftop tapas bar, The Propeller which makes a good chill out place with views of the waterfront.
Bay Hotel Singapore offers guests a comfortable retreat with its cozy rooms set in lush surroundings. The rooms are designed to inspire a homey feeling and are equipped with first-class hotel facilities.
Wi-Fi Internet access (complimentary) is available in all the rooms
- LCD TV with Cable TV Channels
- Coffee / Tea Making Facilities
- Complimentary Beverages
- Safe Deposit Box
- Laundry Service / Dry Cleaning
- Outdoor Pool
- Business Center
- Baby-sitting Services
Address: 50 Telok Blangah Road Singapore 098828
Contact Number: +65 6818 6666
Hotel Website: www.bayhotelsingapore.com
Nearest MRT Station: HarbourFront MRT Interchange Station (NE1/CC29)