Although strategically located in amongst the hustle and bustle of Singapore, our Hotel in Orchard Road maintains an air of privacy and exclusivity.

Travel Info
A dynamic city rich in contrast and colour, in Singapore you’ll find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture. Staying at Concorde Hotel Singapore throws you into the midst of modern beauty. Leaving our convenient Hotel in Orchard Road will offer a journey into the best of Southeast Asia, with the chance to discover serene gardens, sleek skyscrapers, and more.

Getting Here
As the centre of Singapore, our hotel in Orchard Road is easy to get to. With around four million passengers per year arriving through Changi International Airport, there are multiple ways to get here from the airport.
Visas are not required to enter Singapore for citizens of the USA, EU and Commonwealth countries.

If you are arriving by car, drive along Orchard Road and use the left lane to turn left onto Buyong Road (the traffic junction next to Concorde Hotel Singapore). Then in 80 metres, turn left onto Kramat Lane. Our hotel lobby and carpark are accessible via Kramat Lane.


Amidst narrow streets dotted with restaurants and picturesque shophouses; temple idol carvers, herbalists, calligraphers, traders and trishaw drivers pursue a way of life that has changed little through the generations. Chinatown is indeed a kaleidoscope of sights and sounds, where the fragrance of incense from an ancient temple might greet you and where your feet may inevitably be escorted through paths where people still sell their wares on the pavement and ‘sea cucumbers’ (a local delicacy) are still sun dried. Chinatown is your quick rendezvous with nostalgia in this dynamic modern city by the name of Singapore!

Although much of Chinatown has recently been renovated, the old traditions endure. A walk around the streets of Tanjong Pagar reveals local craftsmen at work making kites, clogs, and traditional seals for stamping documents. Especially during Chinese New Year, the whole of Chinatown is lit up and buzzes with activity as stalls sell a variety of festive goods.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens is the place to visit if you are looking for a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located just outside Orchard Road, you can find the National Orchid Garden – the world’s largest orchid display featuring over 60,000 plants and orchids, the Ginger Garden, and many other floral attractions in these gardens.
Enjoy a scenic walk or choose to wine and dine at the award-winning restaurant, Au Jardin by the Les Amis Group.

Admission: Free

Opening Hours: 5:00am – 12:00am daily

Location: 1 Cluny Road, Singapore 259569

Getting There: by Mass Rapid Transit (MRT, Circle Line): Alight at Eco Garden (North end of the Gardens) via the Botanic Gardens Station (CC19).

Gardens by the Bay

Whether it’s the stunning floral displays in the Flower Dome, the exotic plants on the 35-m tall mountain in the Cloud Forest, or the awe-inspiring Supertrees, Gardens by the Bay has something that will appeal to everyone. Explore the outdoor gardens and the surrounding lakes, and take a walk across the OCBC Skyway. Don’t miss the nightly Garden Rhapsody, a magical light and music show at the Supertree Grove.

Admission: Free. Charges apply to the Conservatories and OCBC Skyway.

*Charges apply for various attractions located within the premises

Opening Hours: Outdoor gardens 5:00am – 2:00am; Conservatories and OCBC Skyway 9.00am – 9.00pm

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953

Getting There: by Mass Rapid Transit (MRT, Circle Line): Alight at Bayfront MRT Station (CE1), take exit B and follow underground linkway, exit and cross the Dragonfly Bridge into Gardens by the Bay.

Other Attractions

Singapore Flyer
Located in Marina Bay, this grand 170 metre observation wheel is the world’s largest. The Singapore Flyer boasts incredible views of the Singapore Skyline and beyond, with a 45 kilometre view on clear days to Malaysia and Indonesia. The ride is about 30 minutes in duration.

Opening Hours: Opens daily from 8.30am to 10.30pm
Location: 30 Raffles Avenue
Getting there: Take the MRT to City Hall (EW13) or Promenade MRT (to be ready in the year 2010). For more information on how to get there, please click here.
Official Websitehttp://www.singaporeflyer.com.sg


Where To Shop

Should you require retail therapy during your stay in Singapore, you have come to the right city. Singapore shopping offers everything from dollar trinkets to five thousand dollar clutch purses. Given the location of
Concorde Hotel Singapore, you are in the prime area for cheap low end bargains as well as wallet breaking high end brands.

Our list includes a select few of the many shopping areas and malls in Singapore. For further information please visit our concierge.

Plaza Singapura – 68 Orchard Road – Turn left out of Concorde Hotel Singapore, staying on the same side as the hotel, cross Buyong Road, pass Istana, the President’s Palace and you can’t miss it!

Orchard Central – 181 Orchard Road – This newly opened mall features a good mix of both upmarket labels as well as streetwear brands familiar to all. Just turn right upon exit of the hotel on Orchard Road until the first Junction. You should see it diagonally across the road, just beside the old Singapore Post Office.

313@Somerset – 313 Orchard Road – Located right next to Orchard Central and 5 minutes away from the hotel, this new shopping mall is home to popular brands such as Zara, Forever 21, Aldo, Spanish label Mango, Uniqlo and many more. Dining outlets include Marche, Din Tai Fung and many more.

Takashimaya / Ngee Ann City – 391 Orchard Road – Located on the other side of Orchard Road. Take a right out of Concorde Hotel Singapore and cross the road within the next three pedestrian crossings. The mall is about half a kilometre up Orchard Road.

Orchard Ion – 2 Orchard Turn – This fabulous new mall is your shopaholic’s fantasy come true in a single building. Featuring mostly high-end labels such as Dior, Burberry, Christian Audigier, Harry Winston, Marc Jacobs, the mall also caters to the younger crowd with labels like Fox and G2000. Singapore’s largest Sephora makeup store is also a resident here.

Forum the Shopping Mall – 583 Orchard Road – Past Ngee Ann City and on the same side of the road, Forum is situated on the corner of Orchard and Cuscaden Road.

Where To Eat

Welcome to Singapore, where the phrase ‘spoilt for choice’ takes on an entirely new meaning. Thanks to H Paper, you can stay in the loop regarding Singapore’s wide selection of dining options.

Each of our rooms comes with a copy of H Paper, a complimentary newspaper that provides you with rare finds and travel-related insights.

Link to: http://h-paper.hplhotels.com/highlights/singapore-restaurants/1