Paradox Singapore Merchant Court  

In the heart of the action

A city resort with the entertainment zones of Boat Quay and Clarke Quay on your doorstep.

You can step out on the Boat Quay waterside path directly from the Paradox Singapore Merchant Court, and cross Read Bridge to Clarke Quay in moments, making this the perfect location if you’re keen to experience what Singapore’s dining and entertainment scenes offer. Accommodation is in peach towers arranged around a freeform resort pool, and it’s easy to spend time relaxing here, enjoying a leisurely lunch overlooking the Singapore River or booking into the hotel’s spa for a pampering body scrub.

Why we love Paradox Singapore Merchant Court

  • You can’t get a better position for the atmospheric entertainment districts of Clarke Quay and Boat Quay

  • The resort is moments from the Clarke Quay MRT station and it’s simple to get around the city using the subway network

  • The chance to try authentic Peranakan classics at Ellenborough Market Café

  • Despite being in one of Singapore’s busiest areas, the rooms are quiet and restful retreats

4 stars
Feb - Aug
13 hours



  • Restaurants & bars
  • Board
  • Spas & wellness
  • Children

There’s a well-rounded selection of dining options here, and the hotel’s excellent location means Singapore’s restaurants are right on the doorstep so there’s plenty of variety.

Ellenborough Market Café
A contemporary waterfront dining space serves Peranakan classics and popular international flavours. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and an afternoon tea buffet at the weekend.

Crossroads Bar
A sophisticated bar to enjoy an aperitif and choose from a selection of light snacks.

Blue Potato
Find a seat overlooking Clarke Quay and order from a menu of western dishes from an open grill kitchen at this casual pool bar.

Pick up popcorn prawns and Korean honey-soy chicken from the food truck and take it with you on your Clarke Quay explorations.

What's included

Breakfast at Ellenborough Market Café

A swish two-storey fitness centre overlooks the Singapore River. Over in the spa, indulge in body scrubs and wraps, plus massages and facials that will leave you feeling like you’re floating on air.

The freeform resort pool features water slides that the kids will love. All rooms accommodate up to three guests, so if you’re in a family or four or more, you’ll need interconnecting rooms. A babysitting service is available on request.