Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

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Total meeting space4,181 sq. m
Guest rooms792
22 Orange Grove Road
Singapore 258350

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

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We are honoured to receive worldwide recognition for our legendary Asian hospitality. Here is a list of our recent awards: - Top Leisure Hotel Brand, Cathay Pacific Marco Polo Readers’ Choice Award 2017 (Hong Kong) - Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts and Yang Lu, Corporate Director of Wine – “Hall of Fame – Outstanding Individual Achievement, 2017 China’s Wine List of the Year, China Sommelier Association - Best Hotel Chain (Worldwide), Globe Travel Awards 2017, Travel Weekly (UK) - Best Luxury Hotel Brand in Greater China, The 10th Annual TTG China Travel Awards 2017 - Best Hotel Brand for Business and one of the Top 5 Best Hotel Brands for Leisure, DestinAsian Readers’ Choice Awards 2017 (Singapore) - The Most Successful Hospitality Brand on Social Media 2017, Sprinklr (US) - Best Upscale Hotel Brand and Best Corporate Social Responsibility Programme, Business Travel Awards 2017 (UK) - Top 5 Meeting Hotels in Asia Pacific 2018 (Cvent)


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Piano
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space4,181 sq. m
Meeting rooms24
Largest room1,357 sq. m
Second largest room942 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms792
Single (1 bed)619
Double (2 beds)131




Local Attractions

Orchard Road

2 km away
Considered as the retail hub of Singapore, Orchard road is a bustling road regularly frequented by foreigners and locals alike. Dotted with a large amount of shopping malls, café’s, hotels and night clubs Orchard road can be regarded with conviction as a shopper’s paradise. The road’s name has derived from the nutmeg orchards that used to dominate the area in the 1830’s. Living up to its name large trees can be still seen along the sides of the road providing the tourist and shoppers with much needed shade.
91 Tanglin Road
#03-01 Tanglin Place
Singapore, SG 245918

Little India

5 km away
Little India is a cacophony of car horns, bicycle bells and the vibrant chatter of its residents. This explosion of sights, smells and sounds that you’ll find in Tekka Market is only a short walk from Little India MRT Station. Tekka, as it’s popularly known, boasts a plethora of stalls selling Indian, Malay and Chinese food that regularly draws crowds from all over Singapore. There’s also a wet market stocked with the freshest vegetables, meat, fish, spices and flowers. Stock up on souvenirs such as brass oil lamps and pots, or buy a fresh garland of jasmine, whose scent is signature aroma of Little India.

Dempsey Hill

3 km away
Formerly known as the British army barracks and the old CMPB national service enlistment centre, where charming conservation buildings still stand proudly. Hot enough for you to let down your hair on a Friday night out. Cool enough to saunter in with the family for Sunday brunch. Dine and savour fine wine in a private cellar or at your favourite gourmet restaurant. Take your pick from exqusite antique furniture, fine teak works, handcrafted carpets and exotic art pieces sourced globally. Whistling trees and balmy breeze are just the perfect antidote for claustrophobic souls and little hyperactive legs.

Kampong Glam

6 km away
The name of this quaint and historical district originates from the Gelam Tree, which once grew abundantly in the area. In 1822, the land in Kampong Glam was officially allocated to the Malays and others in the Muslim community, including a small but successful community of Arab traders. In 1989, the Urban Development Authority gazetted Kampong Glam as a conservation area, and most of the original architecture has now been restored. To explore Kampong Glam, hop on the MRT and alight at the Bugis MRT Station. A stone’s throw away from Bugis MRT Station, you’ll find shopping haunts such as Bugis Junction, the bustling Bugis Street Market, and of course Kampong Glam. Rows of conserved shophouses, painted in vibrant colours, line Bussorah, Baghdad and Kandahar Streets, and many of them are occupied by trendy design and IT firms, restaurants, caterers, art galleries, and craft and curios shops.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

2 km away
Located here is the National Orchid Garden, lauded as the world’s largest orchid display featuring over 60,000 plants and orchids. Also found at the Bukit Timah core is the Jacob Ballas Children’s garden—Asia’s first children’s garden—the perfect spot for all children to play, discover and learn about the intricacies of plant life.


5 km away
Chinatown is Singapore’s largest historic district, nestled close to the bustling business hub. When Raffles announced Singapore as a trading post in 1819, many Chinese flocked to Singapore, and by the end of the 1860s, the Chinese community had grown to encompass 65% of the population in Singapore. Chinatown is now made up of exotic pre-war shop houses, home to merchants who have been hawking the same wares for years – bales of fine silk, traditional handicrafts, and gold and jade jewellery. Make a visit to the large Chinese emporium Yue Hwa, conveniently located at the junction of Eu Tong Sen Street and Upper Cross Street. It stocks a wide array of authentic Chinese products such as tea, medicinal herbs, foods, household items, antiques and traditional Chinese costumes such as the cheongsam.

Zoological Gardens & Night Safari

17 km away
Renowned around the globe as one of finest zoos and acclaimed for its open concept, the Singapore Zoological Gardens is home to over 3600 animals, reptiles and birds. The uniqueness and the appeal of the zoo is its novel concept of encircling animals with natural barriers like rock walls, vegetation and streams. Spreading over 28 hectares the zoo is a haven for the animals that call it home.
80 Mandai Lake Road
Singapore, SG 729826

Lau Pa Sat

7 km away
The itinerant hawkers plying push-carts of yesteryear were once a common sight at the Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, but they’ve long been replaced with a permanent food centre offering a choice of breezy, alfresco dining, or clean, air-conditioned space. However, the Lau Pa Sat Festival Market still retains its old world charm, with traditional satay vendors setting up stalls outside. The signature chilli crab and steamed cockles with a spicy dark sauce rarely fails to impress, while other local favourites such as fried hokkien mee and chicken rice are still highly sought-after, even after so many years.

Distance from airport

  • 22.6 km from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking
Affiliated Organizations


Located in the heart of the city, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore is just a short walk to the city's main shopping, entertainment and dining district. The hotel is well situated within Singapore's extensive network of buses and trains and it is only a 10-minute drive to the CBD and 30 minutes to the Changi International Airport. The hotel comprises 792 luxury guestrooms and suites in three distinctive wings: the luxurious Garden Wing set amongst a lush tropical foliage, the contemporary Tower Wing which houses the executive Horizon Club rooms, and the exclusive Valley Wing for the most discerning traveler.


High season
Shoulder season
Low season
Jun 3 – Jun 8
Nov 23 – Dec 30
Jun 15 – Aug 31

Facility Restrictions

For guests (with children) staying in the Horizon Club rooms, children under 12 years of age are welcome to enjoy the Horizon Club Lounge before 6.30PM. Please note that business and smart, elegant dress code must be observed when enjoying the facilities in the Horizon Club Lounge. Pool, sports and fitness attire, as well as flip-flops, plastic footwear and slippers are not permitted. For gentlemen, sleeveless shirts are not permitted. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by adults.

Additional Information

The Shangri-La Hotel Singapore also offers over 60,000 square feet of banqueting and ballroom space, including two ballrooms - the Island Ballroom and Tower Ballroom, which can accommodate 1,000 and 590 persons respectively for banquets. We welcome you to luxuriate in the fifteen acres of wonderfully landscaped gardens, relax by the poolside or pamper yourself at Singapore's first Chi, The Spa at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore. As night falls, find the evening you desire with dinner at Waterfall Cafe, The Line, NAMI or Shang Palace. Following which, relax in the The Lobby Lounge with musical entertainment or unwind in the quiet gardens. In addition, we have the newly opened Origin Grill and Bar, with a train-inspired interior located on the Lobby Level that focuses on the origin of the food ingredients.


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