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Raffles’ history in Singapore dates back to 1887 – and it was in this very hotel in 1915 that the famous Singapore Sling was invented. With ambience, charm and heritage, Raffles Singapore has all the hallmarks of luxury hotel accommodation. From the white-suited Raffles doormen to signature beverages and a long history with the literary world, staying at Raffles Singapore is a one-of-a-kind experience. And the hotel is just a 15-minute drive from Singapore Changi Airport.
The white walls and elegant curves of Raffles Spa make it a calming haven of rest and rejuvenation. Body therapies inspired by holistic healing are available for solo treatments, and there are also facilities that allow for group treatments as part of a special occasion. Once you’re feeling suitably revived, why not take a tour of the property with the hotel’s Resident Historians? They’ll guide you through the building’s colonial splendour and uncover stories and legends from its history.
Raffles Singapore is shrouded in fascinating tales from its diverse past. While you’re here, you must visit the Long Bar to sip Singapore Slings and learn about their invention there by bartender Ngiam Tong, who was surreptitiously trying to invent a cocktail that looked like innocent fruit juice. The hotel’s history with wordsmiths can’t be overlooked, either – indeed, some of the suites are named after renowned writers who visited in the past. Head to the Writers Bar to be inspired by Noel Coward, Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling.
Chef Alain Ducasse’s first Mediterranean sharing and grill restaurant in Southeast Asia serves up flavours of France, Spain, Italy and Portugal.
This steakhouse features an open kitchen where you can watch chefs preparing your meal. There’s also an exposed wine cellar with more than 200 different labels.
Pastel shades and natural materials house La Dame de Pic, where chef Anne-Sophie dishes up innovative flavour combinations designed to evoke emotion
This elegant setting with Victorian pillars and dark-wood furniture is the perfect place for afternoon tea, including homemade scones and cakes paired with Champagne.
You’ll spot original features from the early 1900s in the Tiffin Room, where you can enjoy delicious cuisine from northern India, presented in tiffin boxes.
Celebrity MasterChef Jereme Leung offers up Chinese classic meals and adaptations of the country’s ancient delicacies, served with a modern twist.
Visit the birthplace of the Singapore Sling to indulge in the renowned cocktail and learn more about the bar’s wide-ranging history.
This iconic courtyard has a casual atmosphere – perfect for enjoying a drink among the surrounding fresh greenery.
This literature-inspired bar specialises in craft cocktails, Champagne and a range of fine wines to be enjoyed among the spirits of wordsmiths past.
Raffles Singapore’s pristine suites are designed to the highest standards, with four-poster beds, marble colonnades and teak verandas. They are all serviced by the distinguished Raffles butlers, who are available to attend to all your needs.
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