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InterContinental Hotels SINGAPORE

80 Middle Road
Singapore 188966
Nightly Rates: (USD$179.43 - USD$320.78)
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InterContinental Singapore places you minutes from Marina Bay and the Central Business District, and it's a short stroll from the National Museum, the Singapore Art Museum and other cultural institutions. Direct access to Bugis train station connects you to the city's many shopping and entertainment precincts. You can dine on European cuisine in Ash & Elm restaurant or try Chinese dishes in Man Fu Yuan. Glimpse into Singapore's past with the hotel's Guided Heritage Trail walking tour.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Singapore Dollars
Number of floors:  16
Number of rooms:  403
Number of suites:  33
Time zone:  GMT

Restaurants:

Ash & Elm: Start your day in style with a lavish breakfast from the live cooking stations in the refined dining room at Ash and Elm. Lunch and dinner focus on European dishes, highlighting sharing platters, house cured meats and choice seafood, prepared using charco
Man Fu Yuan: Man Fu Yuan serves sublime traditional Chinese dishes in an elegant dining room, showcasing fresh seafood and handmade dim sum. Carefully selected premium teas complement the delightful cuisine, and the intimate private dining rooms are perfect for a busi
Chikuyotei: Chikuyotei is a fine dining Japanese restaurant that is owned and operated by the Chikuyotei Group. It serves the best variety of authentic Japanese cuisine featuring unagi, sushi, tempura, sukiyaki, shabu shabu and much more.
Garibaldi Italian Restaurant (Italian): Garibaldi is a fine example of a stylish Italian restaurant, elegant and modern with a warm ambience that is never stuffy. With consistently high food quality, an impressive wine collection and top notch service, it is no wonder that it is one of the more
Gunther's (French): Gunther's has steadily made a name for itself with its focus on using the freshest ingredients and transforming it into exquisite dishes that are simple, yet flavourful with clean and refined flavours. The intensely flavourful cold angel hair pasta with o
Maxwell Food Centre (Local): Located at the heart of Chinatown, Maxwell Hakwer Centre is the place to experience an authentic Singapore dining experience. Diners will have a choice of over 100 different stalls showcasing a variety of local cuisine. Some must try items include the chi
Makan Sutra Glutton's Bay (Local): This open air food center is a hotspot for both visitors and locals alike, offering a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline. Choose from a variety of popular local treats such as oyster omelette, Hokkien mee, carrot cake, satay, and many more. You ca
Eng Seng Restaurant (Seafood): Eng Seng Restaurant, in the heart of Joo Chiat, serves delicious local fare including the sweet and juicy black pepper crab which is a must try. Alternatively, go for the chili or butter crabs, top it off with a plate of noodles and wash it down with some
Banana Leaf Apolo Restaurant (Indian): For a different dining experience, try eating curry with rice and accompanying pulse dishes piled high on a banana leaf with your hands. The surge of savory smells form the kitchens that hit you the moment you enter Banana Lea Apolo Restaurant is enough t
Warong Nasi Pariaman (Malay): Warong Nasi Pariaman has been serving customers since 1948. It is one of the longest surviving Nasi Padang stalls in Singapore and serves a huge variety of authentic padang dishes. Don't leave without trying the beef rendang, spicy braised beef; or the ta
Pollen Singapore: Housed in the Flower Dome of Gardens by the Bay, Pollen features modern European cuisine with Mediterranean influences in a lush setting surrounded by varied vegetation in a climate controlled environment.
True Blue Cuisine (Peranakan): An ideal dining choice after a visit to the museum, the restaurant serves authentic, flavourful Peranakan dishes; infused with spices grown in the region. Be sure to try the sweet delights, local nyonya kuehs that are distinctive of the Peranakan culture.
Blue Ginger Restaurant (Peranakan): Nestled amidst a row of quaint shop houses, the Blue Ginger Restaurant features nostalgic decor reminiscent of Singapore's colonial heritage, creating an authentic dining atmosphere to indulge in the traditional flavourful Peranakan dishes. A stalwart in
Halia Restaurant (Fusion): The perfect venue for lunch or high tea, Halia serves a variety of continental cuisine with an Asian twist in the lush, green environment of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Ginger; known as halia, is featured widely, and the house specialty is the tummy wa
The Lobby Lounge: With high ceilings and stately columns, The Lobby Lounge exudes old-world charm, making it the ideal setting for luxurious afternoon tea or relaxing evening cocktails accompanied by live music. All-day dining is available with a selection of light bites,
Idlewild: Inspired by the golden age of air travel, Idlewild is an intimate yet energetic bar with a live band, mid-century modern, retro-luxe interiors and world class cocktails curated by Andy Griffiths, Head of Operations and Creative.

Recreation:

Fitness center on-site
Outdoor pool
Childrens's program

Room Info:

Cribs
Buffet breakfast, Coffee/Tea maker
Buffet breakfast, Coffee/Tea maker
deluxe room: TV
grand deluxe room: TV
club intercontinental king: TV
heritage room: TV
premier deluxe: TV
club heritage room: TV
junior suite: TV
club grand deluxe room: TV
club intercontinental two double beds nonsmoking: TV
deluxe room: TV
premier deluxe room: TV
club heritage room: TV
heritage room: TV
premier suite: TV
heritage suite: TV
executive suite: TV
royal suite: TV
ambassador suite: TV
presidential suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Grand Ballroom: The pillar-less Grand Ballroom reflects the old world charm of 1920s Singapore with its majestic paneling, magnificent crystal chandeliers, beveled mirror panels and velvet walls excuding timelessness and elegance.
Ballroom 1: Ballroom 1 reflects the old world charm of 1920s Singapore with its majestic paneling, magnificent crystal chandeliers, beveled mirror panels and velvet walls.
Ballroom 2: Ballroom 2 reflects the old world charm of 1930s Singapore with its majestic paneling, magnificent crystal chandeliers, beveled mirror panels and velvet walls.
Ballroom 3: Ballroom 3 reflects the old world charm of 1930s Singapore with its majestic paneling, magnificent crystal chandeliers, beveled mirror panels and velvet walls.
Bras Basah Meeting Rooms: The Bras Basah Meeting Rooms are the perfect venue for an event of understated elegance. Holding up to a maximum of 120 guests as a single function room, it can also be seamlessly partitioned into three rooms to accommodate smaller groups.
Bras Basah 1: Bras Basah 1 is the perfect venue for an event of understated elegance, holding up to a maximum of 40 guests as a single function room.
Bras Basah 2: Bras Basah 2 is the perfect venue for an event of understated elegance, holding up to a maximum of 40 guests as a single function room.
Bras Basah 3: Bras Basah 3 is the perfect venue for an event of understated elegance, holding up to a maximum of 30 guests as a single function room.
The Vault: Embodying privacy in understated elegance, The Vault has the perfect setting for an intimate unforgettable event. Styled like a cellar with majestic mahogany doors and mellow coloured brick walls, it can accommodate up to 120 guests.
Vault 1: Embodying privacy in understated elegance, Vault I has the perfect setting for an intimate unforgettable event. Styled like a cellar with majestic mahogany doors and mellow coloured brick walls, it can accommodate up to 24 guests.
Vault 2: Embodying privacy in understated elegance, Vault II has the perfect setting for an intimate unforgettable event. Styled like a cellar with majestic mahogany doors and mellow coloured brick walls, it can accommodate up to 30 guests.
Vault 3: Embodying privacy in understated elegance, Vault III has the perfect setting for an intimate unforgettable event. Styled like a cellar with majestic mahogany doors and mellow coloured brick walls, it can accommodate up to 48 guests.
Boardroom: Exuding warmth in stylish settings with undertones of majesty, The Boardroom is the ideal venue for small meetings of 10.
The Library: Lined with full-length windows that allow for a natural daylight, The Library seamlessly accommodates a private foyer and meeting space, perfect for a pre- or post- event reception for up to 40 guests.

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • ATM/Cash machine
  • Bathrobe
  • Casino
  • Computer
  • Desk with lamp
  • Exterior corridors
  • Hairdryer
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Limousine service
  • Minibar
  • Parking
  • Rollaway bed
  • Satellite television
  • Stereo
  • Tennis court
  • Travel agency
  • Voice mail
  • Accessible facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Concierge desk
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Free newspaper
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Interior corridors
  • Lounges/bars
  • Non-smoking
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Room service
  • Separate closet
  • Storage space
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Two-line phone
  • Weight scale
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Color television
  • Connecting rooms
  • Dry cleaning
  • Golf
  • High speed internet connection
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • On-Site parking
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Sundry/Convenience store
  • Transportation
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Airline desk
  • Car rental desk
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Currency exchange
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Late check-out available
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Outdoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Technical concierge
  • Transportation services - local area
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

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Kampong GlamTip: Haggle to your heart's content for the best deals. Full of traditional stores selling carpets, household wares and textiles, shop to your heart's content here as you experience the rich delights and charms of this cultural precinct. Fashionistas ou

Bugis StreetBugis Street is the largest permanent street bazaar in Singapore with all the comforts of a shopping mall. Find fashion items, jewellery and bric-a-brac at very competitive prices. There are many cafes and food courts that serve everything from chicken ri

ChinatownFrom delicate bales of silk and gold jewellery to Singapore T-shirts and traditional crafts, see Chinese merchants hawk their wares from the ground floor of quaint pre-war shophouses. The modern face of Chinatown shopping can be found in the area around t

Little IndiaLittle India welcomes you to an ethnically rich experience of Singapore. Here, the hearland of the Indian community is a cacophony of colours, sounds and scents. From the sprawling Mustafa Centre, opened 24 hours daily, Tekka Mall, to the small provision

Geyland SeraiTip: Get a taste of traditional Kampung life at the Malay Village visitor attraction. The cultural heart of the Malay community in Singapore, Geylang Serai is where you can find ethnic goods, arts and crafts.

ION OrchardNot only among the largest in Singapore, ION Orchard is also an extravagant shopping destination that one must experience. Be prepared to spend hours here, with over 300 food and retail outlets, with plenty of big luxury brands such as Prada, Cartier, Dol

VivoCityTip: Continue on to Sentosa Island after you finish shopping by hopping on the Sentosa Express Monorail at Level 3. One of Singapore's largest retail and lifestyle destinations, VivoCity is home to a number of fashion, books, electronics, sports and lifes

313@SomersetSituated right above Somerset MRT station, 313@Somerset is rapidly becoming one of the most popular shopping destinations in town, especially for the young and trendy. It boasts of a variety of dining choices as well as well-known fashion brands such as F

Mustafa CentreTip: If you feel like shopping at 3am, this is the place to come. A 24-hour shopping centre with merchandise ranging from clothing and jewellery to electrical items and household goods, all under one roof.

Ngee Ann CityBe prepared to spend a day here as you browse through the massive department store, Takashimaya, where you will find items like jewellery, designer clothes and cosmetics.

Holland VillageCalled the 'bohemian enclave' of Singapore, this expatriate residential area with its shophouses is the place to hunt for arts, crafts, antiques and handicrafts from the region.

Suntec City Convention Centre

Bugis MRT station

Bugis MRT Station

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Marina Bay Golf CourseMarina Bay Golf Course is Singapore's first and only 18-hole golf course which is open to the public. Located strategically in the heart of town, the course offers golfers great accessibility and a picturesque view of the city skyline, be it day or night.



Little IndiaLittle India welcomes you to an ethnically rich experience of Singapore. Here, the heartland of the Indian community is a cacophony of colours, sounds and scents. From the sprawling Mustafa Centre, opened 24 hours daily, Tekka Mall, to the small provision

MINT Museum of ToysStroll down Seah Street to visit MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys), the world's first purpose-built museum for toys. The museum showcases an extensive collection of vintage toys, including rare and unique one-of-a-kind pieces.

Kampong GlamTake a 10-minute walk to Kampong Glam and have breakfast at one of the coffee shops. Have a taste of our local fare such as roti prata or roti john (flatbreads) and visit one of Singapore's oldest monuments, the Sultan Mosque which was originally built in

Armenian ChurchStep into the Armenian Church, one of the oldest Christian churches in Singapore as you take a nostalgic walk along Victoria Street.

Bugis StreetJoin the bustling atmosphere at the Bugis Village - two storey conservation shophouses where you can try local, seasonal fruits and buy t-shirts, souvenirs and CDs. The main attraction is the night market, but it has a bustling spirit throughout the day w

Fountain of WealthThe Fountain of Wealth was recognised in 1998 by the Guinness Book Of World Records as the World's Largest Fountain. The bronze ring of the fountain is a symbolic representation of oneness in spirit and unity relating to the equality and harmony of the d

Asian Civilisation MuseumOccupying over 14,000 square metres, the Asian Civilisation Museum houses 11 galleries which showcase over 1,300 artefacts from the museum's growing collections on the civilisations of China, Southeast Asia, South Asia and West Asia/ Islamic.

Clarke QuayMore than 150 years ago, it was on this banks that the foundations for modern Singapore was first laid in its beginning as a humble fishing village. Today, it is one of the biggest entertainment zones of Singapore, with a reminder of its rich heritage wit

Mount Faber to Sentosa IslandTake a cable car from Mount Faber, one of the oldest parks in Singapore, to Sentosa and enjoy a stunning view of the horizon. Alternatively, you can also gaze through the telescopes at one of the many lookout points that are situated at various sides of t

Mustafa CentreTip: If you feel like shopping at 3am, this is the place to come. A 24-hour shopping centre with merchandise ranging from clothing and jewellery to electrical items and household goods, all under one roof.

Night SafariThe award-winning Night Safari is the world s first safari park for nocturnal animals. Visitors will get to enjoy the unique experience of seeing over 2,500 animals in their naturalistic night time habitats.

Pulau UbinTip: Catch a bumboat from Changi Ferry Terminal for a 10-minute ride. With less than a hundred villagers who live life at their own leisurely pace, Pulau Ubin might be the last real 'kampung' ('village' in Malay) in Singapore.

DUCK & HiPPO ToursTip: Ask the concierge to make your bookings. The first and only amphibious tour in Asia, offering a combined city (land) and harbour (sea) tour on a Boat-on-Wheels.

Peranakan MuseumThe Peranakan Museum is the perfect place to learn more about the culture of the Peranakan communities in the former Straits Settlements of Singapore, Malacca and Penang as well as their links with other communities in South East Asia. Housing an extens

Singapore FlyerCurrently the world's largest observation wheel (outside of the United States), the 165-metre tall Singapore Flyer affords a stunning view of our beautiful and vibrant city.

SentosaVisit our island resort getaway, Sentosa, just a short monorail ride away from VivoCity. Begin your tour of the island with a visit to the Sky Tower for panoramic views of Singapore. Thrill seekers can take a ride on the Skyline Luge Sentosa or check out

Singapore ZooSince 1973, Singapore Zoo has been known for having among the most beautiful wildlife park settings in the world, where animals roam freely in open and naturalistic habitats. Nine-time winner of the coveted Best Leisure Attraction Experience award by the

Singapore Botanic GardensThe sprawling Singapore Botanic Gardens provides great respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Gardens, inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the first and only tropical botanic garden on the UNESCO s World Heritage List.



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