Innotel Hotel is conveniently located along the belt of famous Orchard Road and in the citycenter. It is just 3 minutes by foot to Dhoby Ghaut MRT station and 23 minutes by car from Changi International Airport.
Our location provides easy-access to the following landmarks:
- Business and Financial Centres
- Clarke Quay and Boat Quay
- Fort Canning Park
- Istana Park
- Little India
- Marina Bay Sands Resort
- Mount Elizabeth Hospital
- Natural History Museum
- Orchard Road , Bugis and Bras Basah shopping area
- Peranakan Museum
- Raffles City Shopping Centre
- Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studios
- Shenton Way
- Singapore Art Museum
- Singapore Flyer
- Singapore General Hospital
- SMU University
- Suntec Exhibition Centre
Singapore Travel Information
Singapore is made up of one large island and 63 surrounding islets, the most famous of which is Sentosa for its winning sun-sand-sea combination, and Kusu Island, St John’s Island, and Pulau Ubin for their rustic charm.
Singapore grew from a humble fishing village to what it is today. Its modern history can be dated to 9 August 1965, when it became an independent nation. Today, it is a thriving centre for commerce and industry, and home to over 7,000 multinational companies; over half of these companies operate their regional headquarters in the country. The economy is underlined by manufacturing and internationally-traded services, and fuelled by innovation and R&D.
Singapore is a leading destination for both global business and pleasure. A multi-racial country that is open to foreigners, ideas and enterprises, it provides an interesting melting pot of diverse cultures and lifestyles that enrich the local landscape.
Singapore, with a population of 5.47 million is located at one of the major crossroads of the world. Singapore’s strategic position has lead to its growth into a major centre for trade, communications, tourism, learning and research. It is linked to Malaysia by two causeway bridges and the key islands of the Riau Archipelago of Indonesia are just a quick ferry trip away. Accessibility to other nearby countries is viable via a short flight.
Singapore has a warm and humid climate throughout the year with a daily average temperature range of 24°C (75.2°F) to 31°C. Light and summer clothing made from natural fabrics like cotton is the most comfortable for daily wear. Casual dress is acceptable for most situations and occasions, though some establishments may require a more formal dress code.