• The Grande Dame of luxury hotels in Singapore. The 792-room Shangri-La is buried within a leafy, tropical paradise that spans 15 acres of beautifully manicured gardens smack bang in a high-class residential estate that fringes Orchard Road, a short drive from Singapore Botanic Gardens, Marina Bay Sands Singapore, and Singapore Flyer.
  • The property offers a unique experience of quality hotel accommodation with its three different wings with distinct atmosphere.
  • Spa, fitness center, swimming pool, tennis court, gardens, hair/beauty salon, florist, gift shop are only some of the facilities available at the property for your convenience and entertainment.
  • A wide range of international cuisine is offered for you to pick, from traditional Japanese to authentic Italian. Besides the food, you can enjoy drinks and delectable artisanal pastries all in one place at Shangri-la Singapore.


We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.

Events in Singapore

Singapore is known as one of the cleanest and safest cities in the world and one of the best places to do business. But did you know that Singapore is also a fun place to be, with many festivals and events throughout the year?

Discover Singapore

Although Singapore is one of the most densely populated regions in the world, it is also one of the cleanest and greenest cities. It offers its visitors and residents four nature reserves and more than 300 parks and gardens, which cover nearly 10% of the city. One of the oldest parks is the Singapore Botanic Garden, which opened in 1859. It is home today to over 10,000 species of plants .

Buds by Shangri-La

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, is the first hotel on Orchard Road to design and build an interactive play space for children, catering to both hotel guests and non-hotel guests. Spanning over 1,872 square metres in total – 572 square metres indoors and another 1,300 square metres outside – the immersive and curated play space allows children to learn through play in a creative, self-directed and experiential environment, all while bonding with their parents.

Streets of Singapore

Get a glimpse of Singapore’s rich local ethnicity – from Indian peacock dancers in dazzling colours, to dramatic Chinese opera performers and Indian garland makers. Food stalls serving local delights add to the excitement in an event that conjures rich images of a past era.

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Shangri La Hotel Singapore

Upon arriving at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, you will leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind you. Set amidst 15 acres of lush greenery, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, is a place like no other. Consistently voted as one of the best hotels in the world, this is where the legendary Asian hospitality of Shangri-La began. The story continues with you. With luxurious guestrooms and suites in three distinctive wings, and serviced apartments and residences in four-storey villas, this place is where you will find your own Shangri-La.

When you have taken in the myriad of shopping choices in Singapore, from the enchanting roadside antique shops and the quaint little noodle stalls to the glitzy new designer shopping malls along Orchard Road, the luxurious sanctuary of Shangri-La will embrace you as you step onto its grounds. We welcome you to luxuriate in the acres of wonderfully landscaped gardens, relax poolside or pamper yourself at Singapore’s first Chi, The Spa. As night falls, create the evening you desire with dinner at The Waterfall, The Line, or Shang Palace.

Rooms are available are across the three wings. Leisure travellers tend to go for the rattan and wood-decked Garden Wing rooms with private balconies overlooking either the swimming pool or the city; heads of states – and those with deep pockets – are ushered to the ultra-exclusive Valley Wing, which comes with elegant rooms, its own driveway, complimentary breakfast as well as unlimited champagne, wine and canapés in its lounge. Otherwise, head for the Tower Wing, which recently emerged with 503 revamped rooms. All rooms come with a Nespresso coffee machine and marble bathrooms, but only specific room categories (the Grand Premier room, the one-bedroom Suite and Grand Suite) offer a kitchenette with an induction stove. Guests who book the Horizon Club rooms on levels 20 to 23 or suites (in the Tower Wing) all have access to the airy Horizon Club Lounge on the 24th storey of the property. Apart from panoramic city views, there is a choice of hot and cold beverages (including soya milk, almond milk and rice milk) all day, plus complimentary meals including a generous breakfast spread, afternoon tea (think scones and foie gras sliders) as well as DIY cocktails and canapés in the evenings.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore About the Tower Wing

About the Tower Wing

Part of the first Shangri-La Hotel in the world, the iconic Tower Wing first opened in 1971 and established the standard for the unparalleled signature Shangri-La experience. Inspired by the famed utopia in author James Hilton’s Lost Horizon, the name Shangri-La has become synonymous with paradise. Enhanced with state of the art amenities, a completely redesigned lobby and Lobby Lounge, refreshed guestrooms and suites, a new Horizon Lounge and vibrant dining options, the Tower Wing has become the stunning new centrepiece of Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore. Housed in the Tower Wing are the executive Horizon Club rooms and family-friendly facilities, including 5 themed family suites and a dedicated family floor with central pantry.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Tower Wing Deluxe Room

Tower Wing Deluxe Room

Located within the newly renovated Tower Wing, these crisp, contemporary guest rooms provide a luxurious urban stay. Contemporary guestrooms with inviting interiors. 38 sqm, 409 sqf | City or pool view. Marble-clad bathrooms with bathtub and separate glass-enclosed shower. Maximum occupancy at 2 adults.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Deluxe Family Room

Deluxe Family Room

The newly renovated Deluxe Family Rooms are ideal for guests travelling with young children. They are situated on the family floor of the newly renovated Tower Wing, which features a family concierge and a dedicated pantry equipped with everything parents might need for a pleasant stay. Children can enjoy 3 hours of playtime at Buds by Shangri-La, an immersive interactive indoor and outdoor space.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Horizon Club Deluxe

Horizon Club Deluxe Room

Located within the newly renovated Tower Wing, these elegant guest rooms provide a luxurious stay for both business and leisure travellers. Guests can unwind in the exclusive Horizon Club Lounge, on the 24th floor, and enjoy a breakfast buffet, evening cocktails, and priority check-in and check-out.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Horizon Club Junior Suite

Horizon Club Junior Suite

The elegant Junior Suites provide a luxury space in rich, contrasting tones and vibrant artwork. Featuring a sophisticated design and flexible layout, the Junior Suite can also be transformed into a private meeting space with a board-room setting for up to 12 guests. Suite guests may unwind in the private Horizon Club Lounge, on the 24th floor, and make use of personalized privileges including a breakfast buffet, evening cocktails, and priority check-in and check-out.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Themed Family Suite

Themed Family Suite

Custom-designed to ignite the imagination of young explorers, the five themed suites invite little ones on an adventure in a safari, a castle, outer space, underwater, or amid the treetops. Each themed suite can be connected to a Deluxe Family Room to accommodate a multi-generational family. Guests have access to a family concierge and a pantry equipped with everything they require for a family stay, including dedicated children’s amenities by Stokke. Children enjoy unlimited access to Buds by Shangri-La, an interactive indoor and outdoor play space that is the first of its kind in a hotel in the Orchard Road area.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Grand Suite

Grand Suite

An exquisite private residence filled with natural light, the new Grand Suite is suitable for a romantic urban getaway with abundant space to lounge and entertain. Sweeping panoramas are enjoyed from every vantage point. Guests may enjoy al fresco dining or yoga on the spacious balcony, unwind in the bathtub with a floor-to-ceiling view, or recharge in the private gym and spa room. The Grand Suite can be extended with a connecting Junior Suite to accommodate families. Larger groups may book the second Junior Suite on the same level, transforming level 23 into a private floor.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Tower Wing One Bedroom Suite

Tower Wing One Bedroom Suite

The newly renovated One-Bedroom Suites feature expansive living and dining areas and a separate bedroom with soothing warm interiors.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore About the Garden Wing

About the Garden Wing

Discover a tropical sanctuary and a world of pure contentment in the Garden Wing. Surrender to serenity and delight in elegant surroundings that exemplify the tranquil ambience of our 15 acres of lush landscaped gardens. The ultimate urban resort in Singapore, the Garden Wing underwent an extensive SGD 68-million renovation to create 158 spacious guestrooms and suites that feature warm and welcoming interiors inspired by nature. Soothing sounds from the cascading waterfall, graceful koi swimming in the ponds and verdant surroundings with child-friendly amenities comprise the setting for creating memories that will last a lifetime. Three Premier Balcony Suites are also available for the ultimate weekend getaway in Singapore, each featuring an outdoor Jacuzzi, private barbecue grill and sun loungers on a large balcony. These suites are the ideal location for a private party with family and friends. Personalised housekeeping and round-the-clock butler services are also available for suite guests.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Garden Wing Deluxe City View Room

Garden Wing Deluxe City View Room

Ideal for a relaxing retreat, the room features warm interiors and a balcony to soak up the view and enjoy the tropical breeze.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Garden Wing Deluxe Pool View Room

Garden Wing Deluxe Pool View Room

A cosy sanctuary with rich nature-inspired interiors and inviting views overlooking the pool. Nature-inspired interiors with a private balcony for a relaxing retreat. 50 sqm, 538 sqf | Pool view. Marble-clad bathroom with double sinks, bathtub and glass-enclosed shower. Maximum Occupancy – 3 adults and 1 child.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Garden Wing One Bedroom Suite

Garden Wing One Bedroom Suite

1-Bedroom Suites offer a relaxing urban resort ambience with a bright and airy living room and spacious bedroom; the ideal haven for a carefree getaway for couples and families.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Garden Wing Premier Balcony Suite

Garden Wing Premier Balcony Suite

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore presents three Garden Wing Premier Balcony Suites, which have separate living rooms, spacious bedrooms and extensive wraparound balconies overlooking the swimming pool. Each balcony has an outdoor Jacuzzi, barbecue grill and sun-loungers, ideal for entertaining family and friends.

The Line remains popular for its breakfast buffet, and Shang Palace for its Cantonese fare, but don’t miss the hotel’s newer dining concepts. The towering Lobby Lounge serves a Peranakan-inspired buffet to go with hawker fare prepared with recipes and sauces purchased from local markets (try the laksa by Katong Laksa, “bak chor mee” from Seng Kee, prawn noodle soup by Beach Road Prawn Mee and chilli crabs in deep-fried buns by Dragon Phoenix). Nami, on the 24th storey of the Tower Wing, serves sushi, sashimi and omakase by former Nadaman Tokyo veteran, chef Shigeo Akiba, who prides himself on dashi-based dishes like hamo (pike conger eel) stuffed with uni with Japanese pickling melon and junsai (watershield). The Waterfall serves an extensive range of reasonably prices pastas and pizzas. Instead of jostling with the public at The Line for breakfast, we recommend guests pay for the entry-level Horizon Club rooms for access to the excellent breakfast at the Horizon Club Lounge – think fresh fruits, pastries, Beurre D’Isigny butter as well as a decent hot food buffet including eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, nasi lemak and plain porridge.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Origin Grill

Origin Grill

Origin Grill is inspired by the origin of flavours, travel adventures and Singapore’s illustrious history of bountiful trade, colonial charm and tropical splendour. The restaurant showcases fresh, authentic flavours from curated, unique and quality-driven ingredients. Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Chef de Cuisine, Heidi Flanagan, crafts courses from land and sea. Take your taste buds on an exquisite adventure. Menu selections include line-caught sustainable seafood from marine-certified coasts in Indonesia, the Philippines and New Zealand, and a bespoke beef selection featuring grass- and grain-fed, pure-, cross- and full-blooded Angus and wagyu beef from Australia and Ireland, and snow-aged wagyu beef from Niigata, Japan.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Shang Palace

Shang Palace

A signature dining destination at Shangri-La hotels, Shang Palace is the ultimate establishment for Cantonese fine dining. Helming the kitchen is Executive Chef, Mok Kit Keung, who previously helmed the 2-Michelin-starred Shang Palace in Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong. Chef Mok uses traditional techniques with a contemporary twist. His signatures include sautéed boneless chicken wings skewered with abalone and mushroom, steamed lobster and bird’s nest with crab coral sauce, and oven-baked cod fillet with egg white and dried scallops. The theme for its interior design is dining in a Chinese garden. Exquisite floral motifs take centre stage on the red glass ceiling and are also hand-painted on the walls.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore The Line

The Line

Featuring 16 live kitchens, The Line offers a sumptuous international buffet that is feted as one of the best in Singapore. Dishes are freshly prepared a la minute, enabling diners to watch the chefs in action. Highlights include the Crustacean Bar, with its appetizing display of fresh seafood such as oysters, prawns and crabs that changes based on what is available. There are also the Tandoori Ovens, from which spiced meats and breads unique to the North and South Indian cuisines are prepared. Not to be missed is the Dim Sum Kitchen, where steaming baskets of freshly made Dim Sum await guests who enjoy this traditional Cantonese food. Round off the meal by stopping at the Dessert Counter with its delectable spread of cakes, crepes and other sweet treats. Designed by internationally acclaimed interior designer, Adam D Tihany, and spanning 1,350 square metres, The Line features indoor and al fresco dining options. The latter offers views of the hotel’s lush gardens and free-form swimming pool. True to the restaurant’s name, its concept symbolizes the thread of continuity in nature, family, culture and life. A bright orange light box traversing the ceiling and floor anchors the interiors, accented with Schonwald chinaware designed by Tihany himself.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore The Waterfall

Waterfall Ristorante Italiano

The freshest seafood, hand-me-down recipes and homemade pastas are what to expect at Waterfall Ristorante Italiano. Here, Southern Italian classics are served up with seasonal produce and sprinkles of la dolce vita. These are best paired with a bottle from the extensive wine collection that takes diners on a journey across Italy. Savour the house wine, Nero d’Avola, the most important red wine grape in Sicily, in the unique Boccalino. For coffee lovers, baristas are trained to brew the perfect Illy cuppa throughout the day. Situated in the Garden Wing, the restaurant reflects its ambience with greenery and fresh flowers. The colonial-era style interiors are designed like a home. The living room is at the front, with more intimate seating arrangements in the middle. In the rear are the communal tables. The gardens and free-form swimming pool of the hotel are visible from the inside, thanks to views that open out on 3 sides of the restaurant. For intimate dining, our Private Dining Room is available up to 12 persons.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Nami Interior


Embark on a gastronomical odyssey of NAMI Restaurant & Bar and enjoy a panoramic city views from level 24 of the Tower Wing. From the kitchen comes authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine, created with refinement and precision, reminiscent of a royal feast. The menu is a celebrations of the country’s four seasons, promising the best seasonal ingredients from Japan in elegant and refined dishes. Savour a culinary showcase of Japanese artisanship delivered with Omotenashi.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore The Rose Veranda

The Rose Veranda

Serving high tea since 1991, The Rose Veranda is a Singaporean stalwart in this English tradition for close to 30 years. It is located on the mezzanine floor above the lobby and has a menu with more than 30 varieties of premium tea. This is paired with a buffet selection of classic European favourites, such as roast beef and warm scones, Asian delights including sushi, sashimi and laksa, as well as handcrafted pastries and dessert.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Origin Bar

Origin Bar

Complementing its interior design that celebrates train travel, the concept at Origin Bar centres around a journey of discovery of the 5 key districts of Singapore, the hotel’s hometown: Orchard Road, Chinatown, Little India, Boat Quay and Marina Bay. Inspired cocktails are hand-crafted by a team of young mixologists with a fierce passion for what they do. For instance, the cocktail inspired by Orchard Road traces its history as a plantation and, more importantly, references the original home of the Shangri-La brand. Expect a medley of fruits, flowers and spices in the bouquet of your glass. The streets of Chinatown have motivated the team to create a beverage using traditional Chinese medicine ingredients and balancing Yin with Yang, all in a nod to the influence of Chinese culture on the country.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Lobby Lounge

The Lobby Lounge

An enticing array of local heritage hawker dishes, available at breakfast, lunch and dinner and made with fine quality ingredients, is what to expect at The Lobby Lounge. These include Beef Rendang, Prawn Noodle Soup, Bak Chor Mee, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Katong Laksa, and Chilli Crab with Mantou. Come by for breakfast, too, where local favourites such Soft Boiled Egg with Kaya Toast, Roti Prata and Carrot Cake are on the menu. Each dish has been carefully selected with the help of popular local food writer, Dr. Leslie Tay, who helms the blog, and also the help of Shangri-La’s culinary team, in collaboration with the experienced hawkers of each dish. Afternoon tea features local savoury pastries and sweet deserts on a 3-tier set, served on pretty Peranakan crockery.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Shophouse by Shangri La

Shophouse By Shangri La

Located in the lobby, ShopHouse by Shangri-La is a grab-and-go retail concept offering a variety of pastry and breads; grab-and-go items such as homemade sandwiches, salads and snacks and retail items such as gourmet sauces and baked goods. A highlight is the artisanal 3D cakes created by the skilled pastry team. From cartoon characters to branded handbags, and everything in between, the chefs can craft any desired design after a personal consultation with the guest. Chef Herve Potus is the master behind the lovely pastry, cakes and breads in our hotel. In his 33 years of pastry creation, Chef Herve places emphasis on the taste and utilization of quality products, and he loves experimenting with complex and flavourful combinations. His absolute favourite pastry? A thick slice of French apple tart!

Apart from a 24-hour gym, four floodlit tennis courts (that come complete with racquets, balls and apparel to loan) and a free-form swimming pool, the hotel also offers a wood-decked, seven-treatment-room CHI Spa with results-oriented Biologique Recherche facials and an array of soothing body massage treatments.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Pool


Shangri La Hotel Singapore Chi The Spa


Luxurious yet down to earth, Chi, The Spa provides you with a place for personal peace and well-being. Intuitive, skilled therapists employ a caring touch to rejuvenate the body and soothe the senses with treatments that reflect a true sense of Singapore.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Yoga


Engage in Kundalini Yoga to build physical vitality and elevate your awareness. Classes are conducted twice a week at the Banyan Deck.

Shangri La Hotel Singapore Gym


The Health Club at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, offers a wide range of fully-equipped fitness facilities and a state-of-the-art gymnasium. The male and female changing rooms each offer a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and relaxation areas for all guests and members.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Singapore, Singapore
Nearest Airport
Changi Airport Singapore, Singapore
Local Currency
Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Time Change
GMT +8:00
Best time to go
December through June

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