‘Flagship Hotel, World Renowned’
Raffles Singapore first opened its doors to the world in 1887, welcoming travellers to the Far East for over 130 years. The hotel operates a 24-hour butler service, complementing the levels of luxury you'll find in your elegantly appointed room. The hotel features a steakhouse, bakery and a number of bars, one of which has a traditional billiards room. You'll also find a full-service spa, a theatre and an outdoor swimming pool.
In Our Opinion
'Colonial, regal and refined, we absolutely love the timeless elegance of this hotel's design, inside and out.'
The Presidential Suites are the grandest suites at the hotel. Each is decorated with antiques and artworks throughout its parlour, dining room and two bedrooms.
Situated in the historic Bras Basah Wing, built in 1904, these luxurious suites include a bedroom, dressing area and spacious living and study area.
Located amidst the lush flora of the hotel and enjoying an ambience of tranquillity; they feature original 14ft ceilings and a common veranda plus elegant period furnishings, oriental carpets and teak flooring.
Still with original high ceilings and common verandah these serene, simple suites are situated in the Palm Court where ample walkways of crushed pebbles and rows of tall palm trees distinguish the area.
There are twelve suites named after personalities who were associated with the hotel in its early heyday; they are distinguished by appropriate memorabilia making these suites not only attractive and luxurious but interesting and characterful too.
The Grand Hotel Suites are situated in the main building of the hotel and take inspiration from the romance of travel in a bygone era. Each one offers its own personality.
Stay a minimum of 3 nights and receive
• A bottle of Champagne.
• Flowers & Chocolates.
• Complimentary daily breakfast
• Afternoon tea in the Library Lounge.
Raffles Hotel is located in the heart of Singapore’s business & civic district
• Changi Airport 20 minutes drive
• Orchard Road Shopping 2 minutes on the Mass Rapid Transit