Transformed from The Fullerton Building – a magnificent neoclassical landmark built in 1928, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is an iconic 400-room heritage hotel. It was once home to the nation’s General Post Office, The Exchange and the prestigious Singapore Club – all of which played a pivotal role in the history of Singapore. The historic significance and monumental architecture makes the building eminently suited for a grand hotel.
Strategically located in the heart of the financial and arts districts along the charming Singapore River and Marina Bay, the hotel successfully blends its illustrious heritage with contemporary style, personalized service, and excellent dining to offer a true destination experience. It enjoys close proximity to the finest arts and entertainment belts in the city, the Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transit (subway) station is a few minutes’ walk away, a bus stop is just at our doorstep and the Singapore Changi International Airport is less than a 30 minutes’ drive away. Rooms and suites either overlook the sunlit atrium courtyard, or have balconies that open out to sweeping panoramas of the city skyline, Singapore River promenade or Marina Bay.
Epicureans can indulge in a delectable array of dining selections at the Hotel’s 5 restaurants and bar. Guests seeking rejuvenation can pamper themselves with the indulgent treatments at The Spa Artisan or discover more about the storied hotel by going on the complimentary Fullerton Heritage Guided Tour. For more information on the history of our hotel, please click here.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is committed to providing a smoke-free environment in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees. Smoking is not permitted in our guest rooms, suites or public spaces. For guests who wish to smoke, we simply ask that you proceed to our designated smoking areas.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a member of Historic Hotels Worldwide.