Dining highlights include:
Guy Savoy - Created by pioneering French chef Guy Savoy. Modernist dining room, champagne bar. Located in casino. Afternoon tea and dinner.
Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine - Specializing in Cantonese cuisine. Lunch and dinner. Located at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
Santi - Catalan cuisine with Asian influences. Created by Chef Santi Santamaria. Dinner, late-night dining. Formal dress code.
Pizzeria Mozza and Osterio Mozza - Adjoining restaurants created by Chef Mario Batali and modeled after the original Los Angeles restaurants. Pizza, salumi, pasta, seafood. Freestanding mozzarella bar. Opening soon.
DB Bistro Moderne - Modern, seasonally inspired French-American cuisine. Created by Chef Daniel Boulud. Opening soon.
Cut - Contemporary steakhouse created by Chef Wolfgang Puck. Menu highlights: Kobe Beef Short Ribs with Indian Spices, Prime Illinois Corn-Fed 21-Day Aged Bone-in Rib Eye Steak. Opening soon.
Waku Ghin - Created by Chef Tetsuya Wakuda. French/Asian cuisine. Sake bar, caviar lounge, 3,000-bottle wine collection. Dinner nightly except Sunday. Opening soon.
Located on the hotel’s 55th floor, the Banyan Tree Spa and adjoining health club are slated to open mid-2010. The spa includes 15 treatment rooms with nature-inspired themes. The health club offers Pilates and yoga, a gym and cardio corner, and a juice bar.
3 outdoor swimming pools are on site along with a health club.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
The preferred airport for Marina Bay Sands is Singapore (SIN-Changi) - 16.7 km / 10.4 mi.
Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.