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Hipmunk City Love: Best Business Hotels in Singapore

Singapore has become a major business destination over the past decade, probably as a result of the country's huge growth, incentives for entrepreneurship, and reputation as the best place in the world for business.

So, if you are one of the many people flying into Singapore for business meetings and conferences, which Singapore hotels should you check out?

Below is a list of the best business hotels in Singapore, based on their accommodations for business travelers and their locations close to business, shopping, and entertainment.

Pan Pacific Orchard Hotel

This hotel list would not be complete without the Pan Pacific Orchard Hotel, often voted as the World's Leading Business Hotel by the World Travel Awards. The Pan Pacific has a top-of-the-line business center and is right in the middle of two transit stations, giving travelers easy access to the rest of the city, as well as dining and entertainment right by the hotel on the Singapore River.

Oasia Hotel Singapore

If you want a place to relax and break away from the busy streets of Singapore after a long day of work, book your stay at the Oasia Hotel Singapore. The rooftop terrace, spa, and pool will help you unwind, while the rooms boast fast Internet to help you stay connected. Most importantly, the Central Business District is less than ten minutes away.

InterContinental Singapore Hotel

The InterContinental Singapore Hotel caters especially to business travelers with its free in-room Wi-Fi and business center. If you want a centrally located hotel with access to a range of shopping and dining, the InterContinental is perfect. It's close to the Esplanade performing arts venue and the Millenia Walk shopping center, as well as the Bugis Train Station and Shopping Mall.

Swissotel the Stamford

Book Swissotel the Stamford if you want to have plenty of entertainment options without leaving your Singapore hotel. In addition to its business center, the hotel has tennis courts, a spa, and fifteen restaurants with cuisines from all over the world. Relax at one of the cocktail bars or the popular night club, New Asia. The best part is that the Swissotel provides all these services for a great value, as it's one of the most reasonably-priced hotels in the expensive city of Singapore.

Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel

Guests at the Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel always rave about the hotel's top-notch service and amazing location. From the Conrad you can walk to over 1,000 shops, 300 restaurants, and a ton of shopping malls. The rooms are large and luxurious with stunning views of the city skyline, and the hotel's business center is perfect for travelers who need to work.

Marina Mandarin Hotel

The Marina Mandarin Hotel has some of the largest, most spacious rooms in the city, with outdoor balconies looking out onto the city. Enjoy the Marina Mandarin's full-service spa and sauna, as well as its three gourmet restaurants, or take a five-minute walk to the Marine Square Shopping Mall or the Esplanade-Theatres on the Bay to enjoy a night out on the town.

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