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Best Singapore Hotel Bars

June 10th, 2011 by

The modern city of Singapore is synonymous with soaring skyscrapers, adrenalin-pumping adventures, delectable dishes, and a fusion of colourful cultures.  Still, there is so much to see beyond the city’s meticulously clean streets.  When the sun begins to set and the lights are turned down to low, a different face of the metropolis comes to life for the public who is ever ready to party the night away.

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Here is a list of the splendid hotel bars that are perfect for night caps and endless servings of Singapore Slings.

Long Bar
1 Beach Road Raffles Hotel

There is no other best place to try the famous Singapore Sling but at its birthplace, the two-storey Long Bar of the Raffles Hotel.  Guests are treated to a chic and tasteful club atmosphere where alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks abound.  One serving is always never enough most especially when bar-goers are entertained by band performances every single evening.

Post Bar
11 Fullerton Square

The Post Bar of the iconic Fullerton Hotel has a seating capacity enough for 100 people at a time.  It is named such because the ceiling installed in the bar was originally used in the General Post Office.  But whatever is old and borrowed stop here.  The sleek interiors of the Post Bar are designed with modern décor, comfortable resting chairs and inviting couches.    This venue is fantastic for quick luncheon meetings, evening cocktails or even for a few minutes down time over a fruity chiller.  Another section, called the Music Room, is frequented by guests who prefer to relax while listening to some smooth jazz.

10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Singapore

At the basement of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, one can find Brix.  Throngs of locals head to this bar to partake of its impressive selection of alcoholic drinks while listening to live music from the regular in-house band or, at times, from international groups.  This social nook is widely known across the city because of its electrifying themed parties.  Guests can choose to hang out in any of the bar’s 3 sections – The Wine Bar, The Whisky Bar, and The Music Bar.

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The Lobby Bar and The Pool Bar
39 Scotts Road, Sheraton Hotel Towers

Sheraton Hotel’s Lobby Bar is not only famous for its wines or beers.  It is also a favourite hang-out place because of its delicious snacks that are perfect for afternoon high tea.  Treats include assorted fruit tarts, cheesecakes, and mini sandwiches prepared fresh.

The Pool Bar, on the other hand, is exclusive to hotel guests.  Pool patrons can enjoy a relaxing dip in the pool, work on a tan, and indulge in invigorating drinks at the same time.

Kaspia Bar
581 Orchard Road, Hilton

Hilton Hotel’s superb service is very much evident in its very own Kaspia Bar.  Guests are pampered with the most exquisite cocktaisl that will surely leave one craving for so much more.  Smooth jazz crooners aid in setting the perfect mood for families, groups of friends, and couples who wish to make their evening extra special by spending it at the Kaspia Bar.

5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Mandarin Oriental

Scenic views of Singapore’s awe-inspiring Marina Bay only add to the magic of Axis, Mandarin Oriental Hotel’s very own bar.  Axis has the unique combination of oomph and sophistication that turns walk-in guests to loyal patrons.  Famous drinks include premier champagnes, the Mandarin Sling, the Mandarin Mojito, and Tiramisu just to name a few.

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Ku De Ta
1 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands

Ku De Ta is a restaurant-bar that is impressively perched on the SkyPark of awesome Marina Bay Sands.  Guests can enjoy al fresco dining to start the evening and move on to the Sky Bar for lovely servings of drinks prepared by Ku De Ta’s in-house team of “mixologists.” The establishment’s Club Lounge is considered one of the in demand party venues in the city.  Visitors can unwind, relax or pump it up on the dance floor.

Bar None
320 Orchard Road, Marriott Hotel

Bar None is an extraordinary party place conveniently housed in the basement of elegant Marriott Hotel Singapore.  The crowd is mostly composed of young professionals who seek to unwind after a hard day’s work.  Since music is an integral element for the total entertainment package, huge photographs of known musicians line the walls.  Great drinks and fantastic company all in one wonderful place, what more can you ask for?

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