Rooms that blend colonial heritage with contemporary creature comforts
The extensive (six-page) cocktail menu at the Post Bar
Free shuttles to the city’s business and shopping centers
What To Know
The hotel is popular for meetings and corporate travel
The gym has modern Technogym equipment but no views
The outdoor infinity pool overlooks the Singapore River
Parking on site
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Grand Grecian-style property with colonial-meets-contemporary decor and an infinity pool with skyline views
Built in 1928, the Fullerton Building was once Singapore’s General Post Office and the center of its commercial and social life. The grand Palladian-style property is still a hub for business and leisure travelers, with a storied past plus modern technology and amenities. The varied dining options include Jade, an upscale Chinese restaurant, and Town, which covers cuisine from the rest of the world and serves an elaborate Sunday brunch. The bars are stylish, and the Spa Artisan delivers traditional Asian therapies with a modern touch, in a garden setting that references the rich history of Singapore and the hotel itself.
In the Area
To explore Singapore’s off duty side, head to Sentosa Island, known for its golf courses, beach clubs, and family-centered activities, or take in the island nation's colonial history in the posh area around offbeat shopping district Dempsey Hill, known for its traditional black and white mansions. The nearby Singapore Botanic Gardens are filled to the brim with orchids, tropical plants, and locals taking a breather in the shade. Get your bearings with a cruise aboard a bumboat, the sturdy, low-slung vessel that once transported freight. An hour-long tour winds along the Singapore River past skyscrapers, colonial landmarks, and shophouses.