Raffles Hotel Singapore

Singapore Hotel
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Raffles Hotels
Total meeting space1,858 sq. m
Guest rooms103
1 Beach Road
Singapore 189673

Raffles Hotel Singapore

Singapore Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Urban)


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Outside caterers allowed

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessible by

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

Photo gallery


Meeting space

Total meeting space1,858 sq. m
Meeting rooms8
Largest room334 sq. m
Second largest room222 sq. m
Exhibit space1,858 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms103
Double (Two beds)41


Local Attractions

National Gallery Singapore

2 km away
Borne from the union of City Hall and the former Supreme Court, the National Gallery is a 64,000sqm visual arts institution that opened in November 2015 after a major renovation of the two heritage buildings. In addition to hosting international art exhibitions, it will also display, promote, research and study Singapore and Southeast Asian art, in the hope of propelling Singapore to become a global city for the arts. Among the highlights include artworks that will showcase how Singapore and the cultures of its neighbours developed, as well as tell their social, economic and political histories. All this is displayed in a pair of buildings rich in history and significance. Their design has been tastefully done to incorporate contemporary elements into the architecture, while still being respectful of tradition.
1 St Andrew's Rd
Singapore, SG 178957

Singapore Zoo/Night Safari/River Safari

25 km away
Acclaimed by zoologists and tourists as one of the best zoos in the world, Singapore Zoo is set in 170 acres of parkland next to a lake. There are more than 1,600 animals in residence and 170 different species, 50 per cent of which are endangered species from Southeast Asia. The Night Safari, opened in 1994, is the world's first and only night zoo, which provides a rare opportunity to see nocturnal animals in their active state. Completing the trio in this corner of Singapore is the River Safari. In addition to accommodating a pair of giant pandas, the river-themed wildlife park replicates the conditions of the Mississippi, Yangtze and Amazon, among others, allowing visitors a look into these lesser known habitats.
80 Mandai Lake Rd
Singapore, SG 729826

Singapore River

4 km away
Hop aboard a bumboat and take a cruise along the Singapore River, along which the country first made its fortune on trade. Today, the waterway is clean and well-maintained, with hip restaurants and bars lining it across four different neighbourhoods – Collyer, Boat, Clarke and Robertson Quays. While Boat and Clarke Quay tends to rank high on mass appeal, Collyer Quay is the most sedate of the quartet. Offering amazing views of the Marina Bay area, its collection of fine dining restaurants and bars tend to attract the more corporate crowd. Over at Robertson Quay, located in a residential area, the vibe is more laid back and relaxed. Japanese restaurants are found alongside sports bars and eateries offering different types of European cuisine.

Singapore Botanic Garden

7 km away
Situated near Orchard Road, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 52-hectare Singapore Botanic Garden is a favourite among the local and expatriate community. Primary jungle and manicured gardens hold thousands of flora species, including many rare specimens. In their midst, charming sculptures and little gazebos dot the green lung that is often visited by joggers, families, tourists and starry-eyed lovers. The Singapore Botanic Garden also houses the 7.4 acre National Orchid Garden, featuring more than 60,000 orchids and plants. Just for kids is the Jacob Ballas Children’s garden where plant edutainment is on offer. A host of restaurants and event spaces can be found throughout the grounds so that when the hunger pangs strike, sustenance is never far away, but always surrounded by the lushness of nature.
1 Cluny Rd
Singapore, SG 259569

Integrated Resorts

6 km away
Casinos aside, the Integrated Resorts of Marina Bay Sands (MBS) and Resort World Sentosa (RWS) are one-stop playgrounds. World renowned celebrity chefs have opened restaurants there, serving to up the ante in the local food and beverage scene. Alongside them are a mind-boggling range of retail options spanning luxury designer brands to daily essentials. Over at RWS, do not miss out on Universal Studios Singapore, with its thrilling rides and shows based on the biggest movie blockbusters. At the S.E.A. Aquarium, more than 100,000 marine animals spanning 800 species swim serenely behind their glass enclosure. Equally enjoyable is the Adventure Cove Waterpark, with its waterslides and a wave pool, that will delight visitors of any age.
10 Bayfront Ave
Singapore, SG 018956

Singapore Art Museum

1 km away
The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is a contemporary art museum which focuses on art-making and art thinking in Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia, encompassing a worldwide perspective on contemporary art practice. It seeks to seed and nourish a stimulating and creative space in Singapore through exhibitions and public programmes, and to deepen every visitor’s experience. These include outreach and education, research and publications, as well as cross-disciplinary residencies and exchanges. SAM occupies two buildings: the old St Joseph’s Institution on Bras Basah Road, built in 1855 and now a National Monument; and SAM at 8Q, a conservation building across the road on Queen Street that was the old Catholic High.
71 Bras Basah Road
Singapore, SG 189555

Gardens by the Bay

5 km away
Singapore’s version of New York’s Central Park, Gardens by the Bay is a 101 hectare green lung planted upon entirely reclaimed land. It is made up of Bay South and Bay East Gardens, and promises to be a dream come true for horticulturalists. Most striking are the 12 Supertrees, vertical gardens that stretch up to 16 storeys up. Also distinctive are the pair of domes along the waterfront that house flora and fauna from different climes. Do not miss out on the Cloud Forest, which houses a 35m tall structure hugged by lush vegetation, the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, and a mysterious cloak of mist. The intention is to recreate the climate of the tropical highlands of up to 2,000m above sea level.
18 Marina Gardens Dr
Singapore, SG 018953

Sentosa Island

9 km away
Sentosa is the leisure and recreation destination in Singapore. An island south of the Singapore mainland, it was formerly used by the military and transformed in 1972 to become the attraction it is today. Sandy beaches – some 3.2km in total – jostle for attention alongside a marina, golf course and luxury residences. In addition, visitors will also enjoy Universal Studios, Madame Tussauds and one of the world’s largest indoor skydiving wind tunnel. Dotted throughout are bars, cafes and restaurants at which to relax and chill out at, providing respite after all the adrenaline rush.
Singapore, SG

Distance from airport

  • 18.9 km from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking


From 2017, Raffles Hotel Singapore will embark on a careful and sensitive restoration programme which will be carried out in three phases. Phase One will begin in middle of February 2017. For more information, please visit www.raffles.com/singapore/about-hotel Raffles Hotel is located in the heart of Singapore's business and civic district, just 20 minutes from Changi Airport and a two-minute ride on the Mass Rapid Transit (train) from the bustling Orchard Road shopping strip. Raffles Hotel is within walking distance to Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre and Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay.

Additional information

The year was 1887 when the doors to the Raffles Hotel Singapore first opened. Since then, this luxury five star hotel in Singapore has become an icon that epitomises the romance of the Far East – an intoxicating blend of luxury, history and colonial design. Situated in the heart of the business and civic district, Raffles Singapore is a veritable oasis in the city. Its classic colonial architecture has been perfectly preserved and provides a stark but lively contrast against its modern-skyscraper neighbours. Through the decades, liveried Sikh doormen have welcomed some of the most famous personalities, from writers to celebrities, politicians and members of royalty, such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. No visit to Singapore is complete without a stay at this iconic all-suite luxury Singapore hotel. Choose to check in to one of the six categories of suites available. Although situated in different parts of the hotel, the view will always be of lush tropical gardens best enjoyed in the comfort of the veranda. Each suite features period furnishings, lofty 14-foot ceilings and modern conveniences expected of a 21st-century hotel. Raffles butlers, legendary for their charming and graceful service are available to fulfil requests both ordinary and extraordinary. From local favourites to English classics and even a North Indian curry buffet, the culinary spread at Raffles Singapore is extensive and enticing. Make a reservation at the 14 restaurants and bars at our hotel, where each offers a unique menu prepared using only the freshest of ingredients. Among the most well-loved include the fine dining establishment Raffles Grill; Long Bar, where the famous Singapore Sling was created; and Writers Bar, a tribute to the novelists and travel writers, who have become part of the hotel’s legend.


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