Why it’s worth traveling for?
Iconic history and heritage meets modern glamour.
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– Christian Westbeld, General Manager
Opened in 1887, Raffles Singapore is one of the few remaining great 19th century hotels in the world. This National Monument has recently re-emerged from a meticulous, multi-phase restoration, ushering in a grand new era for the hotel. Spearheaded by renowned interior design firm, Champalimaud, the restored Raffles Singapore presents a refreshed social haven and central gathering point for travelers and locals alike. We adore the gorgeous suites and the abundant new and refreshed dining concepts. Start with a delectable cocktail at the literary-inspired Writers Bar or an iconic Singapore Sling, invented at the hotel’s Long Bar in 1915, before sauntering over to new restaurants from renowned celebrity Chefs Anne Sophie-Pic, Alain Ducasse and Jereme Leung, who present La Dame de Pic, BBR by Alain Ducasse and 兿yi, respectively. We also highly recommend experiencing Afternoon Tea in the breathtaking lobby, shopping at the revitalized Raffles Arcade, and a treatment at the new Raffles Spa. @raffleshotelsingapore