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Raffles Singapore

The Raffles Hotel in Singapore, a legendary colonial-era landmark, exudes timeless luxury and is renowned for its historic charm and impeccable service.

No stay in the Lion City would be complete without a visit to this iconic hotel. Shortly following its opening in 1887, Raffles was seen as a beacon and haven for world travellers, arriving from all shores to experience its exquisite combination of grandeur and charm. Staying here became a rite of passage among adventurers, with “See you at Raffles” their signature parting shot. The hotel has welcomed countless legendary names throughout its history. Writers, movie stars, dignitaries, journalists... They all found inspiration and conviviality here. Among the many luminaries were Rudyard Kipling, Elizabeth Taylor, Somerset Maugham, Ava Gardner and Noel Coward. At a time when global travel was a luxury available to only a select few, the stories these personalities shared – both facts and fables – contributed to Raffles’ renown. Raffles welcomes you as they write a new chapter after an extensive restoration, breathing new life into the storied hotel. Experience the legendary service as you enjoy newly opened bars, restaurants and boutiques whilst exploring graceful courtyards and relaxing in cosy social spaces. Today, the hotel continues to embody regal elegance and Old World appeal. In a city where modern buildings compete to touch the sky, this beautifully preserved colonial-style treasure – declared a National Monument in 1987– takes pride of place in the vibrant civic and business district.
Once in a lifetime
Both Changi Airport and Cruise Terminal is about 20 minutes away,
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