Find excitement near our hotel


The Westin Singapore is located in between the city's financial district and vibrant Chinatown. Our hotel is only a two-minute walk from the Shenton Way Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, giving you easy access to all Singapore has to offer. Visit top attractions such as Marina Bay Sands resort and casino, Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore and Chinatown, all located near our hotel. Stroll through the iconic Gardens by the Bay, an urban nature park near the Marina Bay waterfront, which includes art sculptures, the Supertree Grove, Flower Dome and other family activities. This lush oasis provides visitors with a welcome change of pace amidst the bustle of Singapore. Or take in the colorful sights and culture of Chinatown, boasting a variety of local fare, boutiques and other points of interest. Discover world-class restaurants, a casino and on-site bars at Marina Bay Sands, which also hosts attractions like the ArtScience Museum and live performances at the Sands Theatre.

Outdoor Infinity Pool

Our Outdoor Infinity Pool sits on the corner of the 35th floor of the hotel — giving you views over Singapore's south coast. Enjoy an invigorating swim in aqua blue waters before you head over to the large deck and settle into an upholstered chaise lounge or one of the submerged sunbeds. Large sun umbrellas and trees provide shade while tables and chairs let you socialize comfortably with family and friends. Children under 12 years of age must be supervised by an adult at all times.

Infinity Pool

Westin Family

At Westin, we believe that all our guests should leave feeling better than when they arrived—and kids are no exception. Westin Family is designed to enrich our youngest guests’ stay and enhance their well-being through exploration and discovery. From our kids’ Travel Journal to our Local Activity Guide, every aspect of Westin Family is designed to engage, inspire, and celebrate young travelers and their families.

Level One Lobby
On-Site Outlets
Couple Room

Heavenly Spa by Westin™

Experience unrivaled relaxation in Singapore at Heavenly Spa by Westin™. Our spa hotel offers a wide range of massages, body treatments, and facials, alongside an infinity swimming pool and a fitness center.


WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio

Infinity Pool


Infinity Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-10:00 PM


Towels provided


Located in the Heavenly Spa

Towels provided at whirlpool

Spa Facilities & Services

Spa Facilities

Pamper yourself pre- or post-treatment with luxurious facilities like the Experience Shower, a whirlpool, aromatherapy steam baths and our spa's inner relaxation lounge. We have five individual treatment rooms, along with a couple's suite, perfect for relaxing in Marina Bay.

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Spa Services

Take time for yourself and let our skilled spa therapists ease away your tension, leaving you totally renewed. Signature treatments at the Heavenly Spa include the Heavenly Massage, Heavenly Gemstone Journey and The Gentlemen's Retreat.

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Local Area & Activity Highlights

Singapore offers a plethora of shopping options featuring international to home grown local brands. The hotel is just one MRT station from one of Singapore's luxury mall, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. To experience some of the most sought after shopping centers in Singapore, head down to Orchard Road where you can find world-class shopping malls and shop to your heart's delight. In addition, join in the annual Great Singapore Sale and be sure to enjoy great bargains.

Feel free to approach our Concierge for recommendations on where to shop and dine.


ION Orchard has become the "centre of gravity" in the retail scene, bringing together the world’s best loved brands for their flagship, concept and lifestyle stores within one development. This is the place to be for all avid shoppers.


TANGS, set up in 1958 by local businessman C.K. Tang, is Orchard Road’s first department store. It moved to its current building at the junction of Orchard and Scotts roads in 1982, and boasts a vast apparel, electronics and household selection.


The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, boasting over 800,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, is Singapore's first large-scale luxury shopping destination.


Paragon positions itself as a contemporary and fashion-forward mall with extensive international brands and food and beverage (F&B) choices at Basement 1.


Mandarin Gallery is a retail haven for the discerning fashionista offering an amazing spread of quintessential boutiques and international fashion brands.


Other Shopping Malls:

  • Raffles City Shopping Centre
  • Wisma Atria
  • Paragon Shopping Centre
  • Ngee Ann City
  • Bugis Junction
  • Robinsons Orchard
  • 313@Somerset
  • Orchard Central
  • Orchard Gateway

Commercial building and distance from hotel:


Asia Square Tower 1 & 2, 0.1 km/0.1 miles

Marina Bay Financial Centre, 0.4 km/0.3 miles

One Raffles Quay, 0.3 km/0.2 miles

DBS Tower, 0.5 km/0.3 miles

Hong Leong Building, 0.5 km/0.3 miles

International Plaza, 0.8 km/0.5 miles

Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, 2 & 3, 0.4 km/0.3 miles

Ocean Financial Centre, 1.0 km/0.6 miles

OUE Bayfront, 0.5 km/0.3 miles

SGX Centre, 0.1 km/0.1 miles

Springleaf Tower, 0.8 km/0.5 miles

Discover Singapore's rich cultural heritage!



One of the most popular cultural attractions in Singapore, Chinatown is the most vibrant and exciting site on this island in which you can experience a distinctive identity conserved over these years.



Singapore's oldest museum established in 1887 when Singapore was part of the Straits Settlements. Reopened in December 2006 after three years of extensive restoration, the museum – a National Monument – now presents permanent exhibitions on Singapore history and popular culture, alongside changing exhibitions on world history and popular culture.



It is located at the historic Empress Place Building, was opened on 1 March 2003. The museum presents the history and culture of Singapore’s ancestral cultures, with artefacts that span the entire Asian continent and over five thousand years of recorded history.



Opened in January 1996, the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) aims to preserve and present the contemporary art and art histories of Singapore and Southeast Asia. Housed in the former Saint Joseph’s Institution, SAM is home to the world’s largest public collection of modern and contemporary Southeast Asian artworks, with a growing collection of international contemporary art.



The Peranakan Museum houses the world's finest and most comprehensive collection of Peranakan artefacts, representing a unique cultural tradition – fusing ethnic Chinese, Malay and Indian elements – indigenous to Singapore and Southeast Asia. Its rich material legacy and heritage are enhanced by state-of-the-art display technology, and interactive educational exhibits for children.



Sun Yat Sun Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH), a heritage institution under the National Heritage Board, traces Dr. Sun's revolutionary activities in the Southeast Asian region and highlights the impact of the 1911 Chinese Revolution on Singapore as well as Singapore's contributions to the Revolution.



Singapore Philatelic Museum, housed in a 19th century building that was formerly part of the Anglo-Chinese School, is the custodian and curator of Singapore and world treasures of philatelic history. The museum’s collections range from stamps and archival philatelic material of Singapore from the 1830s to present day, and stamps from member countries of the Universal Postal Union.



Reflections at Bukit Chandu is a World War II interpretative centre housed in a restored black and white colonial bungalow close to the former battle site – the Battle of Pasir Panjang, where 1,400 brave soldiers from the Malay Regiment heroically defended the last stand against a 13,000-strong Japanese army.



Built 160 years ago by Sultan Ali, the son of Sultan Hussein Shah, the sprawling grounds of the Istana Kampong Glam is home to the Malay Heritage Centre (MHC). Featuring artefacts, murals and multimedia displays across nine galleries, the museum traces the history and material culture of the Singapore Malays, as well as their contributions towards nation-building. MHC is a community heritage institution managed by NHB.

Explore Singapore!

Conveniently situated within accessible perimeters of the most entertaining spots, the things to do in Singapore are endless as well as being exciting.



At a height of 165m, Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel and also one of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions. It promises more than just a view, but a panorama that captures Marina Bay’s skyline with a glimpse of neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia.



Go beyond the screen and Ride The Movies™ at Universal Studios Singapore. Only here can you experience cutting-edge rides, shows, and attractions based on your favourite blockbuster films and television series, including TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle, Shrek 4-D Adventure, Madagascar: A Crate Adventure, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure and more!



Gardens by the Bay is a park spanning 101 hectares (250 acres) of reclaimed land in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.



Opened in 1973, the Singapore Zoo is home to about 315 species of animals. Trek along foot tracks or hop on to a guided tram to see natural wonders like the endangered white tiger and the world’s largest collection of proboscis monkeys as well as orangutans.



Discover the awe-inspiring world of life in the ocean at the world’s largest aquarium accredited by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS. Step into S.E.A. Aquarium and immerse yourself in a magical marine world seen through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. With more than 800 species of marine animals, the aquarium is home to majestic manta rays, enormous goliath grouper, napoleon wrasse, and other gentle giants of the sea.



Located 15 minutes from the city, Sentosa, Asia’s Favourite Playground, is home to an exciting array of themed attractions, award-winning spa retreats, lush rainforests, golden sandy beaches, resort accommodations, world-renowned golf courses, a deep-water yachting marina and luxurious residences. Spread over 500 hectares, the vibrant island resort is ideal for both business and leisure.



The first of its kind in Asia that combines river boat rides and freshwater attractions. The River Safari also features the Giant Panda Forest, housing two pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia that are on a ten year loan to Singapore from China.

Being a multi-racial country, it is no surprise that you can find many different cuisines for you to enjoy. Savor Chinese, Malay, Indian, Peranakan, Japanese, and Korean food, and be spoilt for choice! Taste some of the signature dishes in Singapore such as Hainanese Chicken Rice, Fried Hokkien Mee, Nasi Lemak, and Prata with Curry at Lau Pa Sat, or at other restaurants and food centres.

Your visit to Singapore is not complete until you have tried all these. Feel free to approach our Concierge for recommendations on where to shop and dine.



Address: 18 Raffles Quay

Nearest MRT Station: Downtown MRT Station or Raffles Place MRT Station

Lau Pa Sat, or "Old Market" in the Hokkien dialect, used to be a wet market over 150 years ago during the times of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore. It has now been converted into a permanent food center; a famous gourmet paradise offering a large selection of local delicacies while retaining its classic charm.

Make a beeline for some of Singapore's popular dishes such as chilli and black pepper crabs, fried carrot cake, fried kway teow, and rojak — a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish. Watch as the street transforms as night falls — lined with rows of satay stalls, serving up succulent and juicy Satay (skewered grilled meat).



Address: 7 Maxwell Road

Nearest MRT Station: Telok Ayer MRT Station or Tanjong Pagar MRT Station

Amoy Street Food Centre is home to both traditional hawkers and modern fusion fare at affordable prices. You'll find a trove of traditional hawker stalls selling classics like fish porridge and lor mee (yellow noodles in a thick, savory gravy), and modern dishes like Singapore-style ramen at A Noodle Story — a Michelin Bib Gourmand-awarded noodle dish that fuses Japanese ramen with prawns, roast meat and dumplings.



Address: 1 Kadayanallur Street

Nearest MRT Station: Tanjong Pagar MRT Station

Experience authentic local dining at this hawker centre – a highly popular spot among both locals and tourists. Located in Chinatown, this food center has over 100 stalls offering a vast spread of different mouth-watering dishes. Some must-try dishes include the popular Tian Tian chicken rice and congee from Zhen Zhen Porridge stall.



Address: 335 Smith Street

Nearest MRT Station: Chinatown MRT Station

The famous Chinatown Food Street is a local food destination located in the bustling cultural enclave of Chinatown. Taste Singapore's local fares while admiring the colorful heritage shophouses at its background, and indulge in scrumptious local cuisines such as fish ball noodles, char kway teow, BBQ chicken wings, and fried oyster omelette.



Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive

Nearest MRT Station: Bayfront MRT Station

Nestled in the quietest corner of Gardens by the Bay, Satay by the Bay exudes the quaint charm of the good old days. Ingeniously designed to mimic a giant canopy that spreads over the venue, feel the inviting sea breeze while you enjoy your food. With wide, spacious seating and a seemingly endless selection of stalls from local to regional and international food, you’d be spoilt for choice.



Address: 8 Marina View

Nearest MRT Station: Downtown MRT Station

Located at Asia Square, Food Garden is an upscale casual dining hall that offers restaurant-quality food for an extraordinary dining experience. Indulge in a variety of cuisines from Chinese to Japanese, Korean, Mexican, and Western.