Style: Legendary luxury Perfect for: Private events, Meetings
Area: within walking distance to Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre
Raffles Hotel in Singapore is indisputably one of the world's legendary hotels. Since opening its doors in 1887, Raffles Hotel has been home to many celebrities, from Ava Gardner and Elizabeth Taylor to the writers Joseph Conrad, W. Somerset Maugham and Rudyard Kipling. After Singapore surrendered to Japan in 1942, English colonials gathered at Raffles Hotel to dance and sing 'There Will Always Be an England'. To stay at Raffles is to experience timeless elegance, history, glamour and 'all the fables of the exotic East' so aptly described by Somerset Maugham.

After two and a half years of complete restoration, Raffles Hotel offers guests the ultimate in 21st century service and hospitality. Raffles Hotel's relentless pursuit of service excellence has earned it the coveted title of 'Best Business Hotel Worldwide' at the UK Business Traveller Awards 2009 ceremony. Other impressive recent awards include 'Best Hotel In Asia' for the third consecutive year by Ultratravel Magazine, a publication of the prestigious Daily Telegraph, also in 2009.

The 103 suites all have polished teak floors, high ceilings, antique furnishings, sitting rooms and dressing areas. 12 of the 103 suites have been named after personalities who were associated with the Hotel in its early heyday. One of the finest suites is the Sarkies Suite which is furnished with Chinese black wood cupboards and Tiffany flatware.

The hotel is one of Singapore's most famous tourist attractions, and many visitors simply cannot leave without having a taste of the legendary Singapore Sling at the Long Bar. Since its debut in 1915, the Singapore Sling, created by Raffles Hotel's talented Hainanese bartender Ngiam Tong Boon, has travelled the world and inspired writers and poets. With the opulent surroundings, and in the evening with the band playing in the background, the romance of Raffles leaves a lasting impression.

The service throughout the hotel is unequalled and it is often likened to a 'Gentle Breeze', where staff are sensitive to the residents’ needs; they are present when needed, invisible when not. It is compulsively faultless and sets the standard worldwide. Along with the service, perhaps the Raffles' brand promise 'Arrive as Residents, Leave as Friends, Return as Family' best explains why the hotel has legions of fans and returning guests.


Located on the 2nd storey of Raffles Hotel Arcade, adjacent to the world-famous Long Bar, Long Bar Steakhouse cleverly combines steakhouse dining with the nostalgia and simple, honest flavours of early plantation fare.

Inspired by the legendary exploits of Frank Cavendish, an adventurous planter who retreated to Raffles Hotel every weekend in the early 1900s as a respite from the rigours of ...
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plantation life in Malaya, the house specialities are succulent prime cuts of meat and seafood, marinated with the flavours of the Orient.


An aura of timeless elegance sets the tone for the hotel's formal dining room. Beautifully restored to its former glory, with French windows overlooking the Palm Court, Raffles Grill captures the true essence of fine dining. A blend of classical and contemporary French cuisine, the menu at Raffles Grill is light and innovative. To complement the exquisite menu is a wine ...
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list featuring an extensive selection from the hotel's celebrated wine cellar.


Singapore is built, designed and well-located to facilitate the activities of commerce, trade and finance so it is no wonder that Raffles Hotel Singapore offers a wealth of useful amenities to the business traveller. A team of 24-hour personal Raffles Butlers endeavour to assist residents in all matters of business and leisure throughout their stay. The Raffles Inc Lounge is where ...
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residents can work or relax at their wish. Designed as a study, it is fitted with personal computer workstations and printers, and stocked with a selection of international newspapers, business magazines as well as commercial and industrial trade directories.
  • Orchard Road
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens
  • Singapore Art Museum
  • Clarke Quay
  • Sentosa Island
Figures in brackets show the travel time by car from the hotel
  • Changi Airport
  • Mass Rapid Transit
  • Ah Teng's Bakery: Coffee and homemade pastries
  • Bar & Billiard Room: International buffet
  • Doc Cheng's: Modern Asian
  • Empire Cafe: Authentic local favourites
  • Gazebo Bar: Cocktails and wine
  • Long Bar Steakhouse: Grilled meat and seafood
  • Long Bar: Home of the world-famous Singapore Sling
  • Raffles Creamery: Ice cream parlour
  • Raffles Courtyard: Exceptional seafood in an alfresco setting
  • Raffles Grill: French fine dining
  • Royal China at Raffles: Cantonese
  • Seah Street Deli: New York style delicatessen
  • Tiffin Room: North Indian buffet lunch/dinner; English afternoon tea
  • Writers Bar
  • Raffles Amrita Spa
  • Gymnasium & swimming pool
  • 24-hour Executive Centre
  • Jubilee Hall Theatre Playhouse
  • Raffles Hotel Museum
  • Tropical gardens and courtyard
  • 8 indoor and outdoor function areas
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