The Fullerton Building was named after Robert Fullerton, the first Governor of the Straits Settlements (1826–1829). Commissioned in 1919 as part of the British colony's centennial celebrations, the building was designed as an office building by Major P.H. Keys of Keys & Dowdeswell, a Shanghai firm of architects, which won the project through an architectural design competition.The building had five founding tenants: the General Post Office, The Exchange, Singapore Club (now Singapore Town Club), the Marine Department, and the Import and Export Department (later the Ministry of Trade and Industry). It is Gazetted in December 2015 as a National Monument. For nearly a century, it has played a pivotal role in Singapore’s rich history. Today, it has been transformed into a stunning 400-room heritage hotel.
The room offers fantastic view of either city, river or atrium. 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.
Bed and Bath Room Facilities
-Spacious bathroom with separate bathtub and shower stall with overhead shower
-Individual temperature control
-Complimentary unlimited wired and wireless broadband Internet access
-In-room safe with power point for re-charging of devices
-LCD TV with local and international channels, pay-per-view movies, music and radio channels, DVD player
-Fully stocked Mini-bar
-Coffee and tea making facilities
-International Direct Dial telephones with data port and voicemail
-Shoe shine service
-Laundry and dry cleaning services
-Complimentary use of Handy phone with the following features:
*Internet connectivity with unlimited data anywhere in Singapore
*Complimentary local calls
*Complimentary IDD calls to 15 selected countries
*Digital city guide on Singapore
*Information on hotel facilities and dining outlets
A newly enhanced Fitness Centre located at the Mezzanine floor of the hotel which features the latest gym equipment with operating our from 6.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. Guests in need of an outdoor workout can opt for a run along the Marina Bay whilst taking in the sights. Enjoy The Fullerton Hotel gym and amenities with membership programme. Amenities include:
-The Fullerton Hotel Gym
-Shower Amenities and Towels
The Fullerton Spa is a spa destination located on the mezzanine floor of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, featuring an enticing selection of therapies focused on delivering visible results. The therapists, with an innate sense of touch, will create an experience that will enable visitor to escape, renew and relax within the neoclassical tranquility of The Fullerton Hotel.
The Spa is open daily 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
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For reservations or enquiries, please contact +65 6877 8182 / 8183 or email email@example.com
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 pool one of the most picturesque and timeless pools in the heart of the city.
For both business and leisure and visitor will enjoy convenient access to Singapore’s key business buildings and main shopping belts with the complimentary shuttle services.
The Marina Bay and Orchard Road Route: The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Suntec City, Raffles City Shopping Centre, ION Orchard, Tangs Plaza, Takashimaya at Ngee Ann City and Centrepoint
Daily, from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (hourly intervals)
Shenton Way Route: Capital Square, Hong Leong Building, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Asia Square, Temasek Tower and Capital Tower Marina Bay: Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Suntec City Towers 4 & 5, Millenia Tower, Centennial Tower and One Raffles Link
Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (30-minute intervals)
The Financial Centre, located at the lobby of the hotel, provides a full suite of business and secretarial services. Guests can send a quick email from one of the computers here or enlist the help of our team of professionals to assist with meeting details.
Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
An insight to Singapore’s rich heritage begins at The Fullerton Heritage Gallery. Discover rare postal artifacts, listen to memories of Singapore pioneers who have lived, worked and played in the historic Fullerton Heritage precinct, relive the romance of posting a letter through our colonial red postal pillar box and immerse in a full suite of interactive activities tailored for the young and old.
The gallery’s opening hours are from 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.
An all-day dining restaurant featuring panoramic views of the Singapore River, Town is perfect for a power breakfast, business lunch or idyllic buffet dinner. Enjoy a gastronomic journey around the world with à la carte signature dishes and sumptuous buffet spreads that focus on sophisticated flavours from east to west. Town’s indulgent brunch menu on Sundays is a particular favourite with local gourmets.
In ancient China, jade was regarded as the most precious of gemstones - a divine gift from the gods. Furnished in resplendent shades of silver and gold, Jade is a modern Chinese restaurant that caters refined and elegant dining experience to discerning clienteles. With two private dining rooms and two partitioned areas, the 120-seat restaurant offers Chinese fine dining sublime dim sum creations, fragrant soups, and signature favourites prepared by its team of master chefs.
Known for his culinary excellence and artistry, Chef de Cuisine Leong Chee Yeng delights diners with his repertoire of signature dishes including Golden Fried ‘Man Tou’ stuffed with Chilli Crab Meat, Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Minced Ginger and Fermented Black Bean, Simmered Egg Noodles with Boston Lobster in Spring Onion and Ginger and Shaved Coffee-Flavoured Coconut Ice with Caramel Jelly and Honey Avocado Purée.
Perched on the very top of The Fullerton Hotel, 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 restaurant commands one of the most mesmerising views of Singapore’s skyline and Marina Bay waterfront. In the kitchen, Chef Carlo Marengoni prepares authentic southern Italian cuisine with specialties and quality produce from Campania, Sardinia and Sicily. The bar offers an unforgettable panoramic sweep of Marina Bay as well as the nightly Marina Bay Light Show.
What was once the transaction hall of the General Post Office has been transformed into a sleek, sophisticated bar that’s ideal 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.
The hotel is centrally accessible by public transport.
Nearest MRT : Raffles Place EW14/NS26
Nearest Bus Stop:
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