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Likes : a family hotel with a great pool, great service & nice ambience. Dislikes : - no minibar so fridge not working. Price of hotel was jacked up high during peak season. Slow checkin, only 2 staff was there. Gradually 2 more came on duty after 20 mins of waiting. Although RWS is surrounded by ...
Very nice place to stay! Kids friendly! Staff was excellent and helpful. Diners a la carte and buffet were outstanding. Only bad thing was the breakfast organisation... we had to queue every morning to access the breakfast area: not enough tables for all the guests.
Service staff were excellent. We stayed on the 8th floor and the supervisor in charge of housekeeping on that floor made us feel very comfortable. He always had a smile and made sure we had everything we needed. We were traveling with young toddlers and he brought grapes instead the next day with ...
Awesome staff. Amazing rooftop pool. Large spacious rooms.
Fantastic property, great service, great staff, quick checkin, and checkout. Housekeeping was prompt and courteous. Lots of restaurants and great conference center and shopping all near by.
The rooms were very spacious and had a bath and shower, close to many things in sentosa and has a good beach and large swimming pool, breakfast was good but we only had dinner once at the hotel and it was a buffet, you need to eat more as it cost $50 ++ Otherwise very nice resort
Near to beach station and Merlion. Easy to access to Palawan Beach.
The hotel is jn good location, is very convenient!
Our stay as several times before is excellent our room did ha$ a very nice view on the harbour
Casino hotels in Singapore may have only existed since 2010, but gambling has already become one of Singapore's most rapidly growing tourist attractions. Most casino hotels in Singapore are situated in either the popular Sentosa Island retreat or the prosperous central business district.
The first two hotels with casinos in Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands, are both considered integrated resorts because they combine gambling and guestrooms with many more fun activities.
The three Marina Bay Sands towers are designed in the form of a deck of cards, overlook Marina Bay, and feature a 24-hour casino. Even though Marina Bay Sands has no poker tables, this casino does contain over 500 other card tables, 1,600 slot machines, and countless other ways for visitors to try their luck.
Singapore's other original casino and integrated resort, Resorts World Sentosa, includes no fewer than 1,200 guestrooms and suites within its six different hotels. One of these casino hotels in Singapore, the Hard Rock Hotel, also features a kids' club where children three years or older can enjoy fun supervised activities while adults head to the casino's more than 1,300 electronic game machines and 530 gaming tables.
Both of these integrated casino resorts have strict guest codes which prohibit gamblers from wearing sleeveless t-shirts, casual shorts, flip flops and beachwear inside their casinos. Both casino resorts also charge fees for Singaporeans, while foreign visitors with passports can enter at no cost.
However, these two sprawling resorts are no longer the only casino hotels in Singapore. Guests can gamble during their stay at 10 more high-end properties in Singapore's central business district and Sentosa Island.
The Sentosa Island properties with casinos are relaxing beachfront retreats such as Singapore Resort and Spa Sentosa, situated next to a couple of golf courses, and Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa. Both of these beach resorts also come with gigantic swimming pools, sumptuous spas, and some of Singapore's most relaxing scenery.
Singapore hotels with casinos in the central business district, on the other hand, are accompanied by more urban surroundings. Marble bathrooms come with every luxury guestroom at both the Marina Mandarin and Conrad Centennial Singapore, two of Singapore's most luxurious five-star properties.