Having recently undergone an extensive renovation, the Raffles Singapore has been restored to its colonial glory. Originally built in 1887, the restoration and renovation has seen the façade reignited as a place of elegance and grandeur. Having hosted some of the world’s most famous personalities for many years, from Elizabeth Taylor to Rudyard Kipling to Ava Gardener, the Old world glamour is intoxicating for those visiting Singapore. The hotel only has suites that have been designed to reflect the contemporary style of the modern Singapore. With views over the courtyard, palm court or designed to reflect the personalities of former renowned guests. Comfortably modern to be the home away from home that you need to nurse the jet-lag. The dining at Raffles Singapore is a decadent indulgence to satisfy the senses. The BBR by Alain Ducasse is a revival of the much-loved Bar & Billiard Room, delivering the first Mediterranean sharing and grill restaurant and bar in South East Asia, and the Butcher’s Block focuses on the finest cuts of meat in the colonial setting of the restaurant that has been restored to its former glory. One of the best in the city, the afternoon tea served in The Grand Lobby is a timeless British tradition that has become a staple way to while away the afternoon to escape the Singaporean heat.
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Complimentary Semi-buffet Breakfast in Tiffin Room for two guests per bedroom
- USD 100 hotel credit, to be utilised during stay
- Early check-in and late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Complimentary Singapore Sling on arrival