- For nearly a century, this imposing neoclassical landmark has played a pivotal role in Singapore’s rich and fascinating history. Built in 1928 and formerly home to the prestigious Singapore Club, this iconic hotel with a soaring lobby ceiling and sweeping marble atrium, successfully blends its rich lineage with a contemporary style to deliver a stunning 400-room property.
- Housed within the Fullerton Building, which opened in 1928 and was once home to the Singapore General Post Office, this luxury hotel is steeped in history. You’ll see it in everything from the original postal drop boxes, to the vintage photographs and a fascinating postcard exhibition near the reception desk.
- With a gorgeous infinity pool, an award-winning spa, four gourmet restaurants, and a level of service even more polished and efficient than you can imagine, this heritage hotel is consistently voted one of the best in the world.
- The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s full-service The Spa Artisan provides for a relaxing retreat to unwind over a luxurious massage, facial or nail treatment — just the cure if you’re battling jet lag after a long flight to Singapore.
- Choose from 400 indulgently appointed guestrooms styled in classic neutral tones.
- Celebrate Singapore’s love of vibrant food and varied cuisines with choices ranging from authentic Italian to refined Cantonese.
- Languish in an infinity pool set against a backdrop of a majestic Doric colonnade and modern skyscrapers.
- Stay in a living museum and explore both the building and city on a heritage tour.
- Treat yourself to signature spa therapies, including the restorative Rose Hydrator scrub.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
The centrally-located Fullerton Hotel Singapore is close to some of the most spectacular local attractions in Singapore.
The Merlion, a mythical creature with a lion’s head and a fish’s body, is a national icon that was installed on 15 September 1972. The eight-metre tall Merlion sculpture, situated at the mouth of the Singapore River, is a favourite among photographers and visitors. Legend has it that Sang Nila Utama, the Palembang king, who discovered the island of Temasek first caught sight of a lion on the island. So amazed was he at its grace and strength that he renamed the island Singapura, or ‘Lion City’.
Beautifully set up, it is well worth a visit. Spanning over 14,000 square meters, the museum houses 10 thematic galleries filled with over 1,600 artifacts that showcase the story of Asia. Evening talks are often conducted here.
Home to the largest public collection of modern art in Southeast Asia, the landmark National Gallery Singapore is located in the former Supreme Court Building and City Hall; two of Singapore’s national monuments.
Across the bay, you’ll see the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, a world class theatre complex constantly abuzz with performances, and affectionately nicknamed ‘The Durians’ by the people of Singapore.
Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel. Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay, our island city and beyond.
Get up close to species in the Flower Dome, or explore the Cloud Forest, home to the world’s tallest indoor waterfalls at 35 metres in height. Adults and children will be engaged by the lush displays in the World of Plants, Heritage Gardens and learn more about the ecosystem vital to the Gardens’ sustainability at the Dragonfly Lake.
A walking tour is the best way to experience this vibrant and colourful ethnic area. You’ll know you’ve entered the Indian community once you’re greeted by the aroma of spices and curry powder! Watch jasmine garlands being stringed, learn about the variety of spices or have the parakeet tell your fortune along the five-foot way.
A must-visit is the Chinatown Heritage Centre that gives you a vivid look at how early Chinese settlers lived. Learn about the rich cultural history of old Chinatown and get a first-hand look at the tight living quarters of a typical Chinatown shophouse. Shop for Chinese crafts, antiques, bric-a-brac (ornaments and little stuff), and sample Chinese delicacies as you explore this ethnic quarter.
You will be spoilt for choice by the selection of international designer labels, mid-market brands and concept stores available along the main shopping strip in Singapore! Popular shopping malls include Orchard ION, Ngee Ann City, The Paragon, Centrepoint, Wheelock Place and Wisma Atria.
Acclaimed as Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Singapore Botanic Gardens is home to beautiful parklands with lakes and all manner of tropical flora and the National Orchid Garden.
The world’s first nocturnal safari park and five-time winner of the “Best Leisure Attraction Experience Award” by Singapore Tourism Board, offers eight geographical zones that can be explored either on foot via three walking trails, or by tram.
You could easily spend a day here in this world-class zoo where open enclosures and landscaped grounds recreate the natural habitats of the many animals on exhibit.
Sentosa, an island resort south of Singapore, offers a host of recreational activities for all ages. Featuring Asian cultural and heritage attractions, tranquil gardens, nature trails, theme parks, golf courses and sandy beaches, Sentosa will charm you with its diverse attractions.
The magnificent Fullerton Building is a grand neoclassical landmark built in 1928. Gazetted in December 2015 as a National Monument, it was once home to Singapore’s General Post Office, the Exchange Room and Exchange Reference Library, and the prestigious Singapore Club. For nearly a century, it has played a pivotal role in Singapore’s rich history. Today, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has been transformed into a stunning 400-room heritage hotel in Singapore. The rooms at The Fullerton are spacious with a contemporary edge, ranging from the Post Master rooms to the Governor Suite with elegant living room, dining room and kitchen and a veranda flanked by 20 foot Doric columns. With such a huge range of rooms and suites The Fullerton is sure to have a layout, view and style to suit all tastes.
The Fullerton Hotel is a masterpiece of simplicity, comfort and elegance. Transformed from the Post Office building, which was built in 1928, its rich heritage and grand, colonial architecture make it stand out from the other high-rise hotels in the city. The hotel is in Singapore’s prime location in the heart of the Civic District and beside Boat Quay, offering beautiful views of the river and the many local restaurants along the promenade. If you have seen enough of Singapore’s endless attractions, it is easy to while away a few hours at the hotel’s outdoor infinity swimming pool, luxury spa or state of the art gym.
The Fullerton has 400 Courtyard, Quayside, Heritage, Esplanade Rooms and various Suites, all overlooking either the sunlit atrium courtyard or with balconies opening out to sweeping views of the city’s skyline, river promenade or sea. Whichever room you choose, they all have stylishly chic furnishings and a fresh contemporary decor designed to reflect the historic nature of the building. All rooms have complimentary high speed internet connection.
Courtyard Rooms offer elegant accommodations with views of the sunlit atrium lobby, making them a welcome retreat for the business or leisure traveller. Please be advised that as the Hotel is a heritage building, guestrooms and suites within the same category are uniquely configured. The room image may not correspond to the actual room received.
Premier Courtyard Room
Premier Courtyard Rooms combine comfort and style in the elegant accommodation and discerning range of amenities. With views of the sunlit atrium lobby, the rooms offer a welcome retreat for the business or leisure traveller. Please be advised that as the Hotel is a heritage building, guestrooms and suites within the same category are uniquely configured. The room image may not correspond to the actual room received.
Postmaster Rooms offer views of the city. Each room is composed of warm, contemporary furnishings of a dark brown and cream coloured finish, and equipped with a large writing desk and high-speed Internet access for travellers working on-the-go. Please be advised that as the Hotel is a heritage building, guestrooms and suites within the same category are uniquely configured. The room image may not correspond to the actual room received.
Heritage Rooms are The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s unique range of rooms that reflect the distinctive character of this building. With some rooms featuring historic architectural cornices and original motifs, experience the elegant historic architectural features when you stay in these spacious rooms. Did you know? The Fullerton Hotel Singapore used to house important government departments including the Ministry of Finance, Economic Development Board and Income Tax Department. Immerse yourself in a treasure trove of Singapore’s heritage when you stay in the National Monument.
Quay Rooms are a popular accommodation choice offering charming views of the historic Singapore River. Please be advised that as the Hotel is a heritage building, guestrooms and suites within the same category are uniquely configured. The room image may not correspond to the actual room received.
Quay Pool View Room
Quay Pool View rooms offer elegant accommodations with views of the infinity pool set against the backdrop of Singapore’s historic Civic District, making them a welcome retreat for the business or leisure traveller.
Marina Bay View Room
Marina Bay View Rooms are delightfully well-appointed with an adjoining balcony in each room that overlooks the panoramic Marina Bay.
Esplanade Rooms are luxuriously spacious rooms located on the top floor of the hotel, offering panoramic views of the Singapore River or Marina Bay. Please be advised that as the Hotel is a heritage building, guestrooms and suites within the same category are uniquely configured. The room image may not correspond to the actual room received.
Straits Club Courtyard Room
Straits Club Courtyard Rooms offer elegant accommodations with exclusive Straits Club access and views of the sunlit atrium lobby, making them a welcome retreat for the business or leisure traveller.
Straits Club Postmaster Room
Postmaster Rooms offer views of the city. Each room is composed of warm, contemporary furnishings of a dark brown and cream coloured finish, and equipped with a large writing desk and high-speed Internet access for travellers working on-the-go.
Straits Club Quay Room
Straits Club Quay Rooms are a popular accommodation choice with exclusive Straits Club access.
Straits Club Marina Bay View Room
Straits Club Marina Bay View Rooms are a popular accommodation choice offering panoramic view of Marina Bay with exclusive Straits Club access.
One-bedroom suites each with an ensuite living room.
One-bedroom suites offering spectacular views of the Singapore River and Marina Bay. Palladian Suite 777 embodies special significance, as it was once part of the office of the former Minister of Finance Dr. Hon Sui Sen.
Distinctive two-storey duplex suites with splendid high ceilings. A spiral stair extends from the living room on the lower floor, where business discussions can take place, to the bedroom above. Eight Loft Suites, each featuring original double storey French doors leading out to a balcony with a view of the Marina Bay waterfront, line the building.
Our Fullerton Suites, located on the highest floor of the hotel, come with a generous living area, study and spacious outdoor terrace that offers picturesque views of the Singapore River or Marina Bay.
The hotel’s grand suite. Beautifully-designed with wall motifs that date back to the 1920s. The living room opens out to a magnificent verandah flanked by 20-feet Doric columns on each side. Stunning views of Anderson Bridge that marks the hairpin turn of the Singapore Grand Prix street circuit and The Fullerton Waterboat House, another conserved building, can be seen from here. The Governor Suite also features a luxuriously-furnished bedroom, elegant dining room and kitchen as well as a Bang and Olufsen sound system and television.
Formerly the card room of the elite Singapore Club, this suite is furnished with a baby grand piano and has a private elevator for discreet access. The living and dining rooms extend out to a spectacular glass-enclosed verandah graced by 20-feet Doric columns – a befitting space for the Presidential Suite’s guests. A private study adjoins the handsomely furnished bedroom.
Dine in a National Monument on varied cuisines, ranging from authentic Italian to refined Cantonese. Town Restaurant offers all-day dining of local fare, buffet lunches and themed buffet dinners. If you’re looking for Singapore traditional food, the al fresco terrace is where you can savour skewers of traditional satay, paired with an ice-cold craft beer, right alongside the Singapore River. Under the sunlit atrium of The Courtyard, enjoy Afternoon Tea in Singapore with unlimited replenishment of your tiered contents, and free-flowing coffee or tea. For a taste of Asian fare, discover excellent Cantonese cuisine within the charming interiors of Jade, while our chefs take you on a gastronomic journey through Italy at The Lighthouse Restaurant and Rooftop Bar. End your evening at Post Bar, where our mixologists will happily shake up a stellar Mojito and a range of craft, postal-themed cocktails for a well-deserved nightcap.
From its cool interior designed along clean lines, with seats finished in leather, Town Restaurant is perfect for a power breakfast, casual business lunch or pre-theatre dinner at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Town Restaurant offers refined international flavours in an extensive à la carte menu as well as a variety of buffets. It offers a Power Breakfast, International Buffet Lunch, Asian Buffet Lunch, Asian Buffet Dinner, Seafood Gourmet Buffet Dinner, and a lavish Sunday Champagne Brunch with a dedicated kids’ craft and activity room. Enjoy the Singapore High Tea Buffet or after-work drinks by the newly revamped al fresco waterfront terrace, which places you right next to the historic Singapore River.
Its refurbished interior, and gourmet menu revitalised by Executive Chinese Chef Leong Chee Yeng, continues this distinguished tradition. The 120-seat establishment, with its two private rooms and two partitioned areas, now bears a new colour palette reflecting the lustre of jade, specially commissioned wallpaper, and evocative overhead lantern lighting among other exciting revamps. Housed within the historic and beautifully conserved The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, itself a national treasure, Jade restaurant represents a fusion of heritage, design, culture, and exquisite dining that is unique to the Singapore culinary scene.
The Lighthouse Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
Perched on the very top of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Lighthouse Restaurant & Rooftop Bar occupies the exact location where a beacon once guided mariners into the safety of the Singapore port in the 20th-century. The Italian restaurant commands one of the most mesmerising views of Singapore’s skyline and Marina Bay waterfront. In the kitchen, Chef Carlo Marengoni prepares authentic Italian cuisine with specialties and quality produce from Campania, Sardinia and Sicily.
What was once the transaction hall of the General Post Office has been transformed into a sleek, sophisticated bar that’s one of the ideal hotel bars in Singapore for a Fullerton Merlion Cocktail, wines and Martinis. A favourite haunt of the Raffles Place business set and deal-makers, the Post Bar’s distinctive décor of underlit honey onyx bar tables and standing artichoke cardboard lamps are seamlessly offset by the room’s original classic design elements such as the wall motifs and lofty coffered ceiling. A private Music Room spins contemporary and New World tracks while an adjoining outdoor East Garden provides a lush al fresco setting at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.
There is also a gorgeous outdoor infinity swimming pool, state of the art gym and serene, luxurious spa with an array of massages and treatments.
Enjoy a languid day by the stunning 25-metre outdoor infinity pool that is set against a backdrop of majestic Doric columns and overlooks the charming Singapore River. The juxtaposition of modern skyscraper skyline and classic architecture makes our luxury Singapore hotel with infinity pool one of the most picturesque and timeless pools in the heart of the city.
Awarded Winner of Luxury Business Hotel Spa (Southeast Asia) by World Luxury Spa in 2017 and 2018, The Fullerton Spa is recognised for our dedication to exceptional treatments provided under the expert hands of our spa therapists. Only products by the award-winning UK based company, Aromatherapy Associates are used as they are made with natural ingredients, the purest extracts and essential oils, and are paraben free. Nestled in the 71st National Monument – The Fullerton Hotel Singapore – The Fullerton Spa is the ideal oasis for relaxation and renewal. Select from a range of therapies that focuses on delivering visible results and feel the uplifting difference in body and spirit through our signature 90-minute treatments. After the pampering treatment, delight your senses further with complimentary wellness amenities which include a sauna, a steam room.
Discover the fitness centre located at the Mezzanine floor of the hotel which features the latest gym equipment. Guests in need of an outdoor workout can opt for a run along the Marina Bay whilst taking in the sights.