Listed in SINGAPORE
- 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
- 65 6733 8388
Offering luxurious accommodation in the heart of Singapore’s financial and arts districts, within minutes from Orchard Road – the city’s main shopping area, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a masterpiece of understated comfort and elegance. Its neo-classical architecture and strategic location make it an inspiration to business and leisure travelers.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore features modern facilities for the fitness conscious. This includes a 25-metre outdoor infinity pool overlooking the scenic Singapore River, making it the perfect place for a relaxing swim. The pool is open daily from 6am to 11pm. A state-of-the-art Fitness Centre ensures guests will keep fit with the latest equipment. The Fitness Centre is open 24 hours daily.
For those who prefer a place to relax and unwind after a hard day’s work, head on down to The Spa Artisan for a session of pampering which will leave you rejuvenated and ready to take on the world.
The Spa Artisan believes in the artistry and healing experience of the human touch. An atelier built on the artisanal qualities of heritage, knowledge, craft and skill, it is a new spa destination that combines the oasis of a garden spa with the rich history of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.
Coupled with natural and hand-made ingredients, The Spa Artisan celebrates the tradition of Asian spa treatments while delivering them with a contemporary touch. Imagine being transported to the lush greenery and serenity of a meadow, pampered by the skilled hand-work of a true artisan. All these right in the heart of the city.
Since opening in 2001, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, a member of the Singapore Hotel Association, has won a number of noteworthy awards. Voted the Best Hotel in Asia in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, this 400-room award-winning luxury hotel successfully blends the old and new to present an unsurpassed five-star accommodation experience for business and leisure travelers.
On 7 December 2015, the National Heritage Board (NHB) gazetted the former Fullerton Building (today known as The Fullerton Hotel) as Singapore’s 71st National Monument, concluding a series of gazettes in celebration of Singapore’s Golden Jubilee. This grand Neoclassical building situated at the mouth of the Singapore River was once Singapore’s General Post Office, and housed several government departments, where some of Singapore’s pioneer leaders began their careers. It has also been witness to several historic events during the Japanese Occupation and the post-war period.
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