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Raffles Hotel Singapore

1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673 Singapore
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  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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Updated 08/13/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#13 of 365 hotels in Singapore
2020 Travelers' Choice Best of the Best
Experience Raffles’ charming ambience and legendary service at the newly restored hotel. Enjoy newly opened bars, restaurants, courtyards, and social areas; spaces designed to make Raffles the place to meet, spend time, shop and celebrate. Long Bar returns fully restored and continues its proud tradition as the Home of the Singapore Sling. Raffles Hotel is one of Singapore's most graceful landmarks. This luxury Singapore hotel celebrates a tradition of unwavering service excellence spanning more than 125 years. Immortalized in the novels of Somerset Maugham and Rudyard Kipling, Raffles Hotel, Singapore’s colonial-styled architecture and lush tropical gardens exude an atmosphere of timeless elegance. This luxurious Singapore hotel lies in the heart of the city, in close proximity to the banking and financial districts, Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre (SICEC), as well as leisure attractions including the casino at Marina Bay; the cultural sights of Arab Street and Chinatown and shopping at Raffles City shopping mall and Orchard Road shopping belt.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Entertainment staff
Business Center with Internet Access
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Complimentary instant cofffee
Poolside bar
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Rooftop terrace
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Butler service
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Private check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Historic Hotel
Languages Spoken
English, Chinese, Filipino, German


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MVR wrote a review Jan 19
Singapore, Singapore8 contributions28 helpful votes
We had lunch again at the Tiffin Room to celebrate our anniversary and though there's been a change in the tiffin menu compared to our previous visit and the Soft shell Crab Masala was incredibly small portioned for the price, the wonderful service rendered by Sram with warm hospitality and attentiveness definitely made it up. Afterwhich, we hung out at the Courtyard and once again good service by Shivan who was very helpful.
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Date of stay: January 2021
Christine B wrote a review Feb 2020
Normandy, France448 contributions111 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
Unlike the magnificent  Waldorf Astoria in NY, you can't just enter and have a look around.   The tall Sikh dressed doormen will prevent you from doing so.  There's a separate entrance for guests, who  use their  beautiful  leather room card to enter.  Check in is very VIPish. Taking you through the  divine hall entrance,  with peoole having high tea and a traditionally dressed harpist, you go to a private room away from the  reception area and you sit down on a very comfy armchair  to a  welcome drink and are then  taken to your room.   There were lots of "wow"s from me, since  walking into the main hall, in fact  right upto  my departure.       We were in room 247, with a balcony facing Palm Court and were lucky enough to have witnessed a wedding photo session just in front.   We were given thorough explanations as to the modernity of the beautiful, huge room and bathroom.   Using the ipod,  you can control everything that is electric.  Curtains included . The mattress was one of the most  comfortable  ones I have ever slept on.  A safe,  bathrobes,  slippers, daily beverages and fruit .... everything is present.  The furniture,  decorations and sheer beauty of the room and bathroom were a delight to the eyes.  The Japanese style toilet was most amusing.  As soon as you open the toilet door,  the lid opens and warms up.   When you're done , press on a button, choose the pressure and position, and you're washed.  Then dried. :)    Unfortunately the Tiffin room was closed, so we had dinner at the Chinese restaurant.  The food was delicious but the air conditioning was so cold (in spite of the shawl they lent me), that we ate up fast and went to the Writer's Bar.  Dylan, the friendly  barman concocted us a lovely personalised drink.  Breakfast was plenty.  You can order anything and everything,  all delicious.   The big pool is fantastic to just relax , with drinks and snacks.   The final touch of luxury was the Raffles limousine taking us to the airport. This is a hotel where one just doesn't want to leave, but work awaits at home. 
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Response from raffleshotelsg, General Manager at Raffles Hotel Singapore
Responded Mar 1, 2020
Dear Christine B, Thank you for your wonderful review of our Grande Dame. Indeed, as a vanguard of Singapore hospitality, we strive to ensure the best experience is delivered to those who stay with us, and that includes ensuring your privacy is respected. It is most delightful to hear that we met your expectations of our esteemed Raffles Singapore, as we pride ourselves on our world-class service, and it is brilliant that you experienced what makes Raffles so special. The care that we put into every detail puts us at the forefront of the hospitality scene, and creates an oasis for the well travelled. I am delighted that you enjoyed your stay at your suite, with a lovely view of the Palm Court. It is heartwarming to hear of your appreciation for your interaction with our Raffles colleagues and I am most glad that you enjoyed our facilities like the outdoor rooftop pool as well as our multitude of dining experiences, including 藝yì by Jereme Leung, the Writers Bar and breakfast at Tiffin Room. Thank you for your heartwarming compliments and valued feedback. We keenly anticipate your next visit for yet another marvelous stay with us. Yours sincerely, Christian Westbeld General Manager Raffles Singapore
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Ted wrote a review Jan 19
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Raffles doesn’t just provide a place for you to hang out with your loved ones, they seek to cradle you in their arms and sing a lullaby to hopefully put away your worries and pamper you in any manner possible. After numerous stays in respectable hotel chains, this is the first hotel that actually escorts you from the door to your room, their passion in showcasing the hotel’s features would curb your curiosity as they march you to your suite. There are picture perfect fountain, the extraordinary grand lobby, the corridor with all the iconic stars that visited raffles and there is your room, cautiously designed to carry the flavour of the heritage vibe that its crowned for. The renovation has done wonders as the room may remind ourselves dearly of the British colonial days, the comfort and technology equipped in the room would simply take your breath away. From my past experiences, hotels made aware of the birthday would provide a cake and perhaps some decors, Raffles sent 3 butlers to my room and sang the birthday song followed by briefing us on the facilities in the room, the welcome drink i am entitled to (iconic singapore sling), the turn down services etc; the turn down service was so sweet as they placed cups and water by the bedside with a short read perfect to coax one to bed in the dim lighting. I further experience the bubble bath service from my butler, the in room dining where the server parked his tray outside the suite and laid the dishes perfectly on the table, talk about excellent service. Absolutely everything were made to make me feel like i am a VIP or sort, even up to the point that i check out, i was reassured that they would provide a follow-up on tours that i missed during my stay. Nothing was missing from this stay.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Jamie Reeves wrote a review Jan 16
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Having lived in Singapore for 31 years, but never having stayed at Raffles Hotel, I booked a 2-day Staycation to celebrate my wife's 70th birthday. My wife only found out what I'd booked the night before and was very excited. From being picked up from home in the hotel's limo, to our moment of departure almost 48 hours later everything was perfect. We had the excellent High Tea, my wife had a delightful spa treatment, there was a champagne breakfast on her birthday itself, we did the interesting history tour and the service from our butler, Mavis, was first class. When our two Singaporean granddaughters, aged 4 & 6, came to visit us they declared our suite the best room they'd ever been in. I don't think I've ever seen my wife happier; all of the staff made us feel very special and the hotel certainly lived up to its reputation, with the lovely architecture, the good facilities, first-class service and the sense of history.
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Date of stay: January 2021
StanRoyce wrote a review Jan 13
Singapore, Singapore4 contributions
Amidst the slew of bad news on COVID-19... just when it seems the light at the end of the tunnel is no where near, an incidental stay at the Raffles Hotel cast a magical spell that reminded us of our glorious heritage, invigorated us and gave us a new lease of hope to stand by each other through good times and bad. A DESTINATION MEANT TO BE As the pandemic unfolds, it disrupted our business trips, work schedules and careers. Determined not to relent to the waves of pessimism, we decided to took book a staycation locally - in part to support the badly-hit hospitality industry, and also to rekindle our much-loved travel ritual that we missed. When the newly renovated Raffles Hotel announced a special staycation package, we knew there wasn’t a second option, it was meant to be ... Raffles. LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT Check-in was graciously granted early at 11 am. One knows he has arrived the moment he sets foot on Raffles Hotel. The white colonial-influenced main building, crescent-shaped gravel driveway lined with traveller’s palm and frangipanni tress, paint a charming image that is distinctively Raffles Hotel. Being seasoned travellers, we are very particular about two guest encounters that quintessentially defines a luxury hotel - one of which is a signature warm welcome. First to greet us was the Sikh doorman at the entrance. Dressed in his turban standing smart and tall in his traditional uniform - he eludes a reassuring sense of security as the gatekeeper to the property. He ushered us onto the red carpet, through the hotel’s doors. Magic happened... As we stepped into the main lobby, pompous classical music filled the air. Bustling traffic and skyscrapers faded off, giving way to a charming old world set somewhere in Singapore’s colonial past. Our eyes were greeted by a vast three-storey high lobby atrium, flanked by beautiful white pillars beautifully carved and adorned with palm leaf motifs. Natural sunlight sieved through the glass windows on the roof, illuminating the entire lobby and casting shiny reflections on the polished marble floors . At the end of the hall stood the grand staircase crafted out of dark solid wood and draped in luxurious carpets. Steps of the staircase resembled folds of an accordion that extended from the lobby to the top floor. The focal point that is hard to miss is a gorgeous crystal-studded chandelier suspended exactly 9 meters above floor from the roof. First impressions? We both agree it was love at first sight. Next, we were met by Amy, the Sales Manager, whom confirmed our upgrade to a Palm Court Suite - a privilege and gesture that we treasured. It was made even more special when we realised our suite was next to one once housed the legendary Elizabeth Taylor. WORLD OF MANY DIMENSIONS - A SURPRISE AT EVERY TURN We were swiftly ushered by the leading concierge through the lush green lawn and corridors. At our designated floor, we were greeted by our butler, Ancy. “Welcome home”, she said, as she unlocked the doors to suite 206. All decked out in tropical colonial style, the spacious and thoughtfully placement of furniture pieces, amenities made us feel most welcomed and comfortable... just like home! The suite was divided into a few spaces - the parlour, bedroom., wardrobe and bathroom. Each has individually controlled lighting, temperature and ambience. Just like a lady with different personas and temperament, staying within the suite offers an interesting experience in itself. A BREAKFAST FOR GENTLEMEN AND LADIES When one speaks of Raffles Hotel, the names “Long Bar” and the “Tiffin Room” comes to mind. During usual days, the signature bar and dinning room each draw long lines of visitors and tourists alike. Breakfast or tea at the Tiffin Room is an experience to savour. Situated at the main lobby’s left wing, The Tiffin Room has two seating areas - the main dining hall is seemingly true to the original interior style and was decorated in warm colours, rattan chairs, beautifully beveled glass and brass fixtures. Outside the main hall is an open area with a more contemporary look and feel. Each dish was generously portioned and beautifully plated. We were fortunate to have been joined by the Chief Historian - thank you for the warm hospitality and for filling us in on the hotel’s poignant history. AT EVERY NOOK AND CRANNY, A TALE TO BE DISCOVERED We rounded up our stay by taking a tour of the hotel’s main building. Armed with our mobile phones, we gave due focus and attention to it’s architecture and design. The vast atrium has so many exquisite interior design elements that offer varied perspectives depending on which floor you are and where you look. Special appreciation to Roslan - butler and epic story teller. He brought life to every significant piece of furniture and decoration. We truly enjoyed the stories, each told so vividly told that I could almost picture the scenes in my mind. I had a goosebump moment when he told the story of how the Sarkies Brothers discovered a house on Beach Road that they later redeveloped into the legendary Raffles Hotel. At one moment, the grandfather clock chimed, the song “A Fond Farewell” played on your phone and I experienced a goosebump moment. There and then, a priceless connection. Every journey and stay has to come to an end. The second guest moment that I particularly cherish is the “Fond Farewell”. As we walked the passage out of the hotel, we fondly took our final photos with the Doorman an around the courtyard. As we passed the hotel staff in the lobby, each of them said their appreciation and farewells. What originally planned as just a relaxing staycation turned out to be a epic trip down memory lane. We rekindled fond childhood memories of visits to the Raffles, and were pleasantly surprised to discover the rich beauty and kindness that Raffles had to offer. We left feeling immensely awed, proud to be Singaporean and to have experienced the Raffles hospitality. Rejuvenated, refreshed, revitalised, we are more than ready now to fight whatever adversity that comes along. As they always say about fond farewells... “Good bye for we will meet again”... sooner than you think... very very soon... this time, for us to return you a favour. Stanley
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Date of stay: April 2020
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$540 - $892 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Raffles Hotel Singapore
Which popular attractions are close to Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Nearby attractions include Pororo Park Singapore (0.3 miles), Chijmes (0.2 miles), and Loof (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Yes, paid private parking on-site and paid public parking nearby are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Conveniently located restaurants include Entre-Nous creperie, Fu Lin Men Chinese Restaurant (SRC), and Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and locker rooms available in the fitness center during their stay.
Is Raffles Hotel Singapore located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of Singapore.
Are any cleaning services offered at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Raffles Hotel Singapore offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Raffles Hotel Singapore?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Chinese, and Filipino.