This casino-resort extravaganza wows travelers with its spectacular architecture and endless array of offerings.
When the words "lavish" and "decadent" are understatements, you know a place is extraordinary. It's hard to know where to begin at the Marina Bay Sands, designed by Moshe Safdie, one of the world's most acclaimed architects. For starters, a spectacular infinity pool soars 57 stories above the city in a SkyPark that also features an observation deck, lounges and restaurants, including Wolfgang Puck's Spago. Two floors down, the Banyan Tree Spa is a destination unto itself, while on the ground, the 50,000-square-foot ArtScience Museum houses 21 gallery spaces in a building shaped like a lotus. High-end theater and musical productions range from "Annie" to "Wicked," and a collection of large-scale installations makes this sprawling property feel like a living art gallery.
The 2,561 guest rooms include 180 suites and 242 Club Rooms, the latter with access to Club55, the hotel equivalent of an exclusive, first-class airline lounge. Even the most basic accommodations feature 42-inch interactive flat-screen TVs, executive work desks and complimentary entry to the SkyPark pool. In the realm of fine dining, there are numerous restaurants from the world's most respected celebrity chefs, including outposts of Wolfgang Puck's CUT, Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen, Mario Batali's Osteria Mozza and Daniel Boulud's db Bistro & Oyster Bar. As for the house casino, it holds its own in this extravagant setting with an intoxicating gold-hued design and more than 2,300 slots and 350 gaming tables.
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