Singapore tops the list for Top 50 Meeting Hotels in Asia Pacific

Event management company revealed the Top 50 Meeting Hotels in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, according to its study. 

Singapore hotel brands occupied 7 of the top 10 with Grand Hyatt Singapore, Hilton Singapore, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Fairmont Singapore, Pan Pacific Singapore and Intercontinental Singapore also on the list.

The study evaluated hotel properties that received business through its platform from January 2017 to December 2016. It then ranked the properties based on various criteria such as major metropolitan area market share, conversion rate, and the hotel’s profile visits on the platform, to make a list of the most popular meeting hotels in the region. 

Here are the top five hotels: 

1. Marina Bay Sands

Photo courtesy: jakartapost
Photo courtesy: jakartapost

This is the most recognisable icon of Singapore's skyline - a trio of hotel towers with 2,561 luxury rooms and suites. Situated on the 57th floor is the world’s highest infinity pool, which gives you a splendid view of this beautiful city-state. 

2. Grand Hyatt Singapore

Photo courtesy: tripadvisor
Photo courtesy: tripadvisor

Grand Hyatt is ocated in Orchard Road precinct, which is Singapore’s prime business, shopping and entertainment hub. The hotel boasts over 5,183 square meters (55,788 square feet) of flexible event venues across three levels.

3. Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

Photo courtesy: shangri-la.com
Photo courtesy: shangri-la.com

Shangri-La Sydney is the city's leading five-star deluxe hotel, located in the historic Rocks district between the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

4. Hilton Singapore

Photo courtesy: agoda
Photo courtesy: agoda

Hilton Singapore is a business hotel situated in Orchard Road, Singapore's premier shopping & entertainment district. The 421 guestrooms and meeting facilities feature contemporary design and amenities tailored for the business traveler.

5. Conrad Centennial Singapore 

Photo courtesy: cntraveler
Photo courtesy: cntraveler

Strategically located within vibrant Marina Bay, Conrad Centennial Singapore is a luxury hotel with 507 guestrooms and suites. It offers 22 versatile function rooms and private salons, including a Ballroom that can host up to 550 guests theater-style.

This is the full list:

1. Marina Bay Sands Singapore
2. Grand Hyatt Singapore
3. Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
4. Hilton Singapore
5. Conrad Centennial Singapore
6. Fairmont Singapore
7. Hilton Sydney
8. Intercontinental Sydney
9. Pan Pacific Singapore
10. Intercontinental Singapore
11. The Westin Sydney
12. Swissotel The Stamford Singapore
13. Sheraton on the Park, Sydney
14. Crown Melbourne
15. Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
16. Conrad Bangkok
17. Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
18. Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
19. Intercontinental Bangkok
20. Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, Kowloon
21. Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur
22. Grand Corthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore
23. Hilton Tokyo
24. Grand Hyatt Melbourne
25. Grand Hyatt Seoul
26. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
27. Pudong Shangri-La Hotel Shanghai
28. Hilton Kuala Lumpur
29. Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok
30. Marina Mandarin Singapore
31. The Westin Tokyo
32. Shangri-la Hotel, Bangkok
33. Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
34. ParkRoyal on Beach Road, Singapore
35. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
36. JW Marriott Hotel Seoul
37. Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel
38. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
39. Hilton Melbourne South Wharf
40. ParkRoyal Darling Harbour, Sydney
41. The Westin Grande Sukhamvit, Bangkok
42. Millennium Seoul Hilton
43. Grand Hyatt Taipei
44. Ana Intercontinental Tokyo
45. Crown Perth
46. Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
47. Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee Beach- Sydney
48. Shangri-la’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore
49. JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
50. Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

Author
Kareyst Lin
Kareyst Lin – Senior Writer

Kareyst has experience in writing about B2B technology for Computerworld Singapore, MIS Asia and CIO Asia; and on government technology for GCIO Asia. Her pet areas are artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and smart cities - these are fueled by her obsession with sci-fi movies and philosophy of mind. 

Sometimes she writes with light. 

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