The most dramatic of the luxury hotels in Marina Bay has 32 floors of unobstructed harbor and city views, as well as sculptures by Frank Stella and prints by David Hockney and Henry Moore. All rooms are unusually large, with sofas, bathrooms whose tubs have pillows, and have large octagonal windows. The Ritz-Carlton Club, on the 32nd floor, comes with personalized concierge service. The three restaurants are Shiraishi for Japanese, the Summer Pavilion for Cantonese, and
the Asian- and European-influenced Greenhouse. There's live jazz in the lobby lounge every evening.