The Fullerton Hotel Singapore: an award-winning Colonial Grand Dame, a National Monument, and a Classically Elegant Five-Star Hotel in the heart of the city, with majestic views overlooking the Singapore River

A national monument and a five-star luxury hotel, the magnificent Fullerton Building is a grand neoclassical landmark built in 1928. Gazetted in December 2015 as a National Monument, it was once home to Singapore’s prestigious Singapore Club. For nearly a century, it played a pivotal role in Singapore’s rich history. Today, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has been transformed into a stunning 400-room heritage hotel, which we recommend to Members at exclusive Club rates.

This historical building oozes character and ambiance. It also has an excellent location near Cavanagh Bridge, within walking distance of major attractions including the picturesque Clarke’s Quay, Garden on the Bay, Marina Bay, Raffles Square and more. Close to a major MRT underground station, it has easy access to the wider regions of Singapore.

This imposing neoclassical landmark has played a pivotal role in Singapore’s rich and fascinating history. With a soaring foyer ceiling and sweeping marble atrium, it successfully blends its rich lineage with contemporary style. With a gorgeous infinity pool, an award-winning spa, four gourmet restaurants and an exceptional level of service, it is no surprise that this heritage hotel sitting majestically at the mouth of the Singapore River is consistently voted one of the best in the world.

All 400 guest rooms and suites are impeccably presented in warm neutrals with dark-wood Modernist furniture to create a stately yet contemporary space. Some rooms offer views of Singapore’s impressive skyline, others provide panoramic vistas of the Singapore River from balconies or terraces. Club rooms include 24/7 services, as well as a dedicated lounge serving complimentary breakfast, all-day snacks and evening cocktails.

The Fullerton suites on the highest floor come with a generous living area and spacious outdoor terrace. The recently renovated Loft Suites feature two-storey French doors leading out to a balcony with a view of the Marina Bay waterfront. The original architecture has been retained, with high ceilings and spiral staircases leading from the living room on the lower floor to the bedroom above. The double-height French doors in each living room open on to a verandah flanked by 20ft Doric columns on either side. The Governor Suite has a magnificent veranda flanked by 20ft Doric columns, a full kitchen and an elegant dining room. For the ultimate in lavish living, the Presidential Suite has a baby grand piano and a private elevator for discreet access.

The grand lobby is bustling with activity—a bar, restaurants and boutiques dedicated to fine jewellery, watches and art can be found here, plus the Fullerton cake boutique.

A sophisticated ground-level bar serves cocktails from late afternoon into the night, or you can head out to the Town Restaurant terrace overlooking the Singapore river for drinks, especially at happy hour. Town is one of three restaurants and serves delicious breakfasts and dinner menus. On Sundays, this is the city’s first choice for Champagne brunch. At Jade, Head Chef Leong Chee Yeng’s exquisite Chinese dishes are as stunning as the elegant dining room with its pastel blue and white décor, lantern lighting and specially-commissioned wallpaper with delicate bird motifs. The Weekend Yum Cha menu is a particular highlight.

The Courtyard, located in the sunlit atrium foyer, is a timelessly elegant setting for leisured dining with delicious local and international specialities and traditional three-tier English afternoon tea.

For business meetings and events, the Fullerton has three ballrooms or meeting spaces, and a fully staffed business centre open 24 hours a day. The Fullerton has all the facilities you need to unwind, too, from a stroll by the calming koi pond, a spa treatment followed by a session in the sauna or steam room, or relaxing by the outdoor infinity pool overlooking the waterfront and skyline. There is also a state-of-the-art gym for a workouts.

The Fullerton Heritage Gallery is the ideal starting point for understanding Singapore’s history before joining a complimentary tour giving exclusive access to preserved areas in the hotel. Explore further with a walking tour of nearby attractions, including the Asian Civilisation Museum, National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore, Peranakan Museum and Victoria Theatre. To explore downtown Singapore further, borrow the concierge can arrange bespoke activities, including a cooking class on creating three local dishes or artisanal desserts at the Lighthouse restaurant, a picnic at Fort Canning or Singapore Botanic Gardens with a hamper of delicacies prepared by the hotel. Wine and a chauffeured car are optional extras you may wish to add.

Built to house Singapore’s General Post Office, the Fullerton Building rapidly became an iconic landmark, witnessing Singapore’s rise from colonial outpost to global metropolis, its history intimately connected with Singapore’s. The lobby museum houses fascinating interactive exhibits and artefacts, and a complimentary heritage tour gives exclusive access to preserved areas in the hotel.

CountryClubuk Members enjoy exclusive Club rates at this historic Singapore hotel, starting at £250 per night for two sharing, including breakfast.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
1 Fullerton Square
Singapore 049178

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