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F1 Accommodation | Singapore (Marina Bay) | TBC September 2015



The Marina Bay Street Circuit (also known as the Singapore Grand Prix Street Circuit) is a street course around around the city state’s Marina Bay and is home for the 2012 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. The track is a 5 kilometre (3.1 mile) long circuit and is similar to the Monaco and Valencia Circuits.

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Marina Bay Sands Hotel – Marina Bay – Singapore

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Hotel Name: Marina Bay Sands Hotel Singapore
City: Marina Bay
Country: Singapore
Star Rating: 5
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue
Overall Rating: 4/5
Description: Marine Bay Sands Hotels is part of the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort fronting Marina Bay. The 20 hectare resort features hotel rooms, convention-exhibition centre, The Shoppes mall, an Art & Science museum, two Sands Theatres, Six “celebrity chef” restaurants, two floating pavilions, a casino and a SkyPark. The SkyPark feature the magnificent infinity swimming pool, restaurant, lounge and an observation deck that provides unobstructed 360 degree views of the city skyline and the sea. Hotel guests have free access to the observation deck during their stay. Shoppers will be thrilled by the world’s most coveted designer labels in The Shoppes mall. Food lovers are pamper by the wide range of restaurants in the integrated resort. From the high end restaurants operated by Celebrity Chefs to fine dining, to casual dining and simple food kiosks. Guests are pamper with Catalan, French, American, European, Japanese, Chinese and many others cuisine of their choice. sg/Oct10Atrium Deluxe rooms are located close the heart of the action in tower 3 on the 2nd to 22nd floor. These rooms come with a garden or city view and have an average room size of 35 square metres. The rooms carry modern contemporary design, comes with 2 super single size bed or a king size bed. Rooms with the garden view will come with a balcony. Complimentary coffee and tea making facilities are provided in the room. Wired or wireless internet access are available at a charge. The hotel is centrally located, with easy access to the shopping area, attraction and the financial district. Raffles City Mall, Citylink Mall, Marina Square, Suntec City Mall, Suntec Convention Centre and Esplanade – Theater By the Bay are within walking distance from the hotel. Marina Bay area is particularly known for its view of the bay and affable atmosphere. Hotel operates 5 food and beverages outlets, an espresso bar to an all-day dining restaurant servicing buffet and a-la-carte menu, the lobby lounge that serves light fare, afternoon tea, wine and cocktail, the high-end Chinese restaurant and a lobby bar that offers mood and vibe music. Three 55 storey cascading hotel towers crowned by a 340m long SkyPark. The lobby are bright and spacious. All the three towers lobby are interlink, restaurants and lounge sit in between the link.
Check in from 2:00 PM, Check out prior to 11:00 AM

 

Singapore Motorsport News:

  • 'Heroic' Magnussen 'just hot and sweaty' - Kevin Magnussen says reports that he suffered burns during the Singapore GP are "a bit exaggerated"...
  • Broken wiring loom behind Rosberg DNF - Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes the team have identified the problem behind Nico Rosberg's Singapore woes...
  • Alonso pleased with step forward - Fernando Alonso insists Ferrari didn't have much choice in terms of their strategy in Singapore despite narrowly missing out on a podium finish...
  • Kobayashi: It's a shame - Kamui Kobayashi was disappointed when his Singapore GP ended before it even began as the Caterham driver lost his brakes on the formation lap...
  • Rosberg: I was fuming in the cockpit - Nico Rosberg has spoken of his agony following a disastrous Singapore GP, and also urged Mercedes to work on their reliability...
  • Bottas pays price for two-stopper - Disappointed at missing out in Singapore, Valtteri Bottas revealed his tyres just "weren't able to hold on" having switched to a two-stopper...
  • Dan: We thought we would be quicker - Daniel Ricciardo was pleased to pick up a good haul of points in Singapore, but he concedes Red Bull were hoping to be closer to Mercedes...
  • 'Plucky' Magnussen sent for treatment - Kevin Magnussen was forced to visit the medical centre following the Singapore GP after things got a bit too hot in his car...
  • Gutierrez: Almost impossible to score - Esteban Gutierrez's frustrations got the better of him in Singapore when he angrily threw his gloves after yet another retirement...
  • Vergne: This feels like a podium - Jean-Eric Vergne believes he showed his true potential with a gutsy display at the Singapore Grand Prix...
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