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Earlier this year, my wife and I took a round the world first class trip to Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai.

After stepping off of our business class flight from Hong Kong to Singapore, we made our way on the Singapore metro over into downtown Singapore.  Here’s my Conrad Singapore review.  Upon arriving to the Conrad Centennial Singapore, we were greeted as Hilton Diamonds and escorted up to the Diamond check-in desk on the 31st floor.  Although it was pretty late at night the Conrad Singapore executive lounge was still open, so we grabbed a few snacks and drinks before heading down to our room on the 28th floor

Conrad Singapore review: Room

As Hilton Diamond members, we were upgraded to an Executive King room on the 34th floor.



Here is a shot of the bathroom – it had a Jacuzzi as well as a shower.


We mostly used the Jacuzzi tub to do our laundry because that’s the kind of classy people that we are 🙂

(SEE ALSO: 4 laundry hacks when you’re doing long-term travel)

Also didn’t want to pay the Conrad Centennial Singapore $6 to wash our underwear 😀


We actually were at the Conrad Centennial Singapore on 2 separate stays (separated by a trip to cross the border from Singapore to Malaysia, back from Malaysia to Singapore and an amazing stay at the Doubletree Johor Bahru).  That meant that we got 2 separate Conrad bears from the Conrad Centennial Singapore hotel

Conrad Centennial Singapore executive lounge review

One of the perks of Diamond status (and having an Executive Room) is access to the top-floor Executive Lounge.  The main room of the Conrad Centennial Singapore executive lounge was fairly spacious.


In addition to the main lounge room, during crowded times (breakfast), there are a few smaller rooms nearby that served as overflow seating.


The Conrad Singapore executive lounge is open from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. local time.  In addition to the complimentary breakfast, there was an “afternoon tea” from about 2-5 which we did for lunch occasionally as well as an evening “happy hour” that had enough food to count as dinner (though admittedly my standards are low since I have even been known to eat McDonalds on vacation).  Here are a few pictures of the spread

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Conrad Centennial Singapore map and location

The Conrad Centennial Singapore hotel is very conveniently located in the City Hall / Marina Bay area of Singapore.  The Conrad Centennial Singapore address is 2 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038982.  Here is the Conrad Centennial Singapore map

Conrad Singapore map courtesy of

Conrad Singapore map courtesy of

We found the Conrad hotel Singapore location to be very convenient.  The Conrad Singapore location is within walking distance of both the Esplanade and Promenade subway stations.  We also walked (~15 minute) across the bridge to the Gardens by the Bay and Marina Sands hotels to the south.

We had a great time at the Conrad Centennial Singapore and would definitely stay here again if we were back in Singapore.

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