Review: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore flaunts ultimate luxury in the Lion City

Review: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore flaunts ultimate luxury in the Lion City
Edited by Travel Weekly

    The magnificent Fullerton Singapore cannot be missed, with grand neoclassical design and heritage architecture, this historical landmark is an icon amongst an array of luxurious hotels in Singapore.

    However, it’s the essence of class and attention to detail that gives the Fullerton Hotel Singapore the charming upper hand. It is an absolute must for the luxury travel seeker.

    Built in 1928, we know the Fullerton Hotel as the stunning heritage hotel it is today, however, this national monument was once a grand home to Singapore’s General Post Office, Chamber of Commerce and the Prestigious Singapore Club.

    Look and feel:

    The Fullerton is an architectural masterpiece worth admiring from the inside out, more so in the evening when the external lights allow you to see the intricate detail of the design that can only be called art.

    The Fullerton Singapore is all class. (Supplied)

    From the grand red carpet entry upon check-in to the seamless heart warning service upon check-out. The Fullerton Hotel leaves no stone unturned, with precise attention to detail from start to finish.


    Within a 10-minute radius, you will find some of Singapore’s most visited sites such as the National Gallery, Theatres on the Bay, Clark Quay, and a delectable array of waterfront dining options waiting to cater to you every single day of the week.

    Thanks to an unrivalled location, the hotel may just have the best views in Singapore.

    The view is not to be missed! (Supplied)

    Nestled on the river, it offers uninterrupted views of Singapore’s iconic landmarks like the Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum, Esplanade and the sky-high Singapore Flyer or for motorsport lovers the Singapore Formula 1 race track can be enjoyed from your very own Balcony.

    The rooms:

    The Fullerton boasts 400 guest rooms and suites. With every room having its own character and charm being a heritage building. But the classic and modern style sing together as a beautiful symphony.

    Premier marina bay view room. (Supplied)

    The Spa:

    The award-winning Fullerton Spa is a private oasis of serenity and luxury of its own. With its timeless, sleek and calming setting you will feel at ease as soon as you walk in.

    Spa facilities. (Supplied)

    Featuring multiple private consultation rooms with single and couple suite, the spa rightfully shows off an exceptionally high quality of treatments and products carefully co-curated by the world renowned spa brand ESPA.

    Bottom line:

    This is no ordinary hotel, the Fullerton is part of Singapore’s history. If you want to experience some of the best views in Singapore, ultra-plush rooms, unparalleled service with a touch of class, then look no further than the Fullerton Singapore. It is truly a destination of its own.

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