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Raffles Singapore

Cityhall, Singapore

at Raffles Singapore

Checkout price: $1,177.32 USD

at Raffles Singapore

Checkout price: $1,177.32 USD

Room Start Rate

1,360 SGD

CERTIFICATE ISSUED IN

SGD

CERTIFICATE VALIDITY

3 Years

Status

Open

THE NOBLE STANDARD

  • NO LIMITATIONS -Redeem on both room, spa, FB, and other incidental charges.

  • NO CATCH - Redeem on all rates offers available directly from Hotel

  • NO DELAY- book immediately after purchase.

  • NO STRESS- minimum of 3 years validity

One of the most iconic hotels in the world.

Raffles welcomes you as it writes a new chapter after an extensive restoration, breathing new life into the storied hotel. The restoration was designed to ensure that the property retains what is so special about Raffles – the ambiance, the service, the charm, and the heritage of the hotel. Experience the legendary service as you enjoy newly opened bars, restaurants, and boutiques whilst exploring graceful courtyards and relaxing in cozy social spaces.

THE NOBLE STANDARD

  • NO LIMITATIONS -Redeem on both room, spa, FB, and other incidental charges.

  • NO CATCH - Redeem on all rates offers available directly from Hotel

  • NO DELAY- book immediately after purchase.

  • NO STRESS- minimum of 3 years validity

GALLERY

HOTEL HIGHLIGHTS

  • A Singapore Icon - Opened in 1887, Raffles Singapore is one of the few remaining great 19th century hotels in the world. No visit to Singapore is complete without a stay at Raffles; tradition demands it.

  • The Singapore Sling, widely regarded as the national drink of the country, was first created in 1915 at Raffles Singapore by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon.

  • The all-suite hotel provides a selection of 115 spacious suites with modern comforts and amenities while retaining the signature colonial architecture and views of the verdant gardens.

AWARDS & ACCOLADES

T+L The World's Best Awards 2020 - Singapore's #1 City Hotel

Harper's Bazaar Spa Awards 2020

What the press is saying

  • The Telegraph

    The Singapore’s grand dame recently emerged from a two-year facelift. She's looking sharper and spiffier than before, while still retaining the colonial-era splendor that she's known for.

  • Vogue

    When it opened in 1887, Raffles was a 10-room bungalow hotel on the Singapore waterfront. One hundred and thirty-two years later, that modest bungalow is inarguably the most famous hotel in Asia,

  • Condé Nast Traveller

    It may well be that no hotel is more closely associated with its city – or has been for longer – than Raffles Singapore.