Marina Bay Sands Club Room

Marina Bay Sands Club Room

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Imagine waking up in the morning to a million dollar view like this; Well, imagine no longer, for all that you need to do is to book a room at Marina Bay Sands!

Note: This is Part 1 of my Multi-Part series on Marina Bay Sands’ Asia’s Dining Destination promotional package. Other posts to look out for include, Afternoon High Tea at The Club at MBS, db Modern Bistro, Restaurant Guy Savoy, SANTI, as well as sneaks into Waku Ghin.

Do note that my room with City views and was perched on the 46th floor, thus views may differ especially if you’re facing the other side! A brief introduction, Marina Bay Sands (MBS)’s hotel has three 55-storey towers with 2,561 rooms and suites and are capped by the Sands SkyPark (which offers a 360-degree view of Singapore’s skyline.)For the well-heeled, the 230 suites come with butler service and privileged access to VIP areas!

The Club room comes part of a promotional package by Marina Bay Sands – ” Asia’s Dining Destination Package by UOB Cards” which comes with

  • a 2-night stay in a Club Room or Orchid Suite
  • an exclusive behind-the-scenes kitchen tour through a selection of Celebrity Chef restaurants
  • a 5-star dinner at the Celebrity Chef Restaurant of your choice
  • daily breakfast
  • complimentary Afternoon Tea
  • complimentary Sunset cocktails at The Club at Marina Bay Sands and more
  • complimentary Airport Shuttle Bus on arrival

Pricing starts from S$1638++ for 3 days, 2 nights and a maximum of 2 guests. Read on for pictures and details of the Club Room!

This is what the part of the Club Room looks like.

As I walked into the room, I was surprised by how big the room was! I’ve been in a few hotel rooms so far and I’ve got to say, the Club Room at Marina Bay Sands is the second spacious that I’ve stayed in – If you like to know, the suite at Sofitel Plaza Hanoi was the most spacious!

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Club Rooms are located in Tower 2, on the 35th to 49th floors. It has a room area of 62-square meter space, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, calming contemporary decor, executive work desk, 42” interactive flat-screen television, iPod docking station, DVD player and Nespresso machine and etc.

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As you walk in from the door, the toilet is on your left. The toilet is very well appointed with his-and-hers sinks and has a standalone bath tub and a separate shower area.

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A spacious bath tub awaits after a long day of eating and shopping at MBS!

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The toiletries were supplied by the in-house brand, Paiza. a trademark of the Las Vegas Sands Group.

(Sidenote: I had to Google to find out more about this!)

Marina Bay Sands Singapore (2)As you would expect from a 5 star hotel, service is but a phone call away, including 24-hour In-Room Dining.

Electronic Curtains

For the lazy few, you’ll be happy to know that the curtains are electronically controlled! There are separate controls for both the sheer curtains and night curtains.


But technology does not stop here! To ensure that check-out is done more efficiently, the well-stocked mini-bar is similar to that of other newer hotels – Items removed for more than 30 seconds will automatically be charged to your room’s account.

I know of people who have a drink or two out of the mini-bar, only to proceed to the nearest convenience store to replace that drink – Unfortunately, this open secret would not work at Marina Bay Sands!

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Note: HungryEpicurean was invited to MBS as part of a Media Familiarization Trip organized by Marina Bay Sands.

Marina Bay Sands

10 Bayfront Avenue,

Tel: +65 6688 8868

CYGlenn Lee first published his first blog entry as HungryEpicurean in December 2009. Glenn is currently an accounting and finance undergraduate in the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia. Born and raised in the sunny island of Singapore, he is by and large, a foodie. Like his fellow Singaporeans, he loves to explore and savour the magnitude of flavours that the many different cuisines offer. He can be contacted at

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