Maybe one of the most famous hotels in the world, Raffles Singapore is an institution conveniently located in the heart of the city.
Boasting colonial grandeur and a guest list to rival that of the Queen of England’s garden party, choosing this hotel means you will be keeping good company. From its beginning in 1800 to today, distinguished guests such as Rudyard Kipling and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made this hotel their home in Singapore.
Offering 103 suites across six different categories, the feel is colonial and sophisticated. Each suite embodies a hardwood floor, large shuttered windows affording views out across the courtyard, gardens or city, plus a range of amenities to ensure your stay is comfortable.
Singapore has a wealth of attractions to offer, and the hotel’s convenient location allows guests to easily explore the city. When you want to stay in there is plenty of dining on offer, from a steakhouse to contemporary French dining. The Long Bar is the birthplace of the famous Singapore Sling, and no trip to Singapore is complete without trying one of these. Beside the lobby, The Writers Bar pays tribute to the literary geniuses that have walked through its doors, including Noel Coward and Rudyard Kipling.
For an über-luxurious and calming experience head to the Raffles Spa with its rejuvenating treatments and VIP room for couples.
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Exterior of Raffles, Singapore
Couple spa treatment at Raffles, Singapore
Lobby at Raffles, Singapore
Bakery at Raffles, Singapore
Exterior at Raffles, Singapore
Raffles Grill at Raffles, Singapore
Courtyard suite at Raffles, Singapore
Grand Hotel Suite at Raffles, Singapore
Presidential suite at Raffles, Singapore
Courtyard of Raffles, Singapore
Palm court in the evening at Raffles, Singapore
Museum at Raffles, Singapore