"The Raffles, Singapore, is famous for its sheer luxury as well as its colourful past."

Not just a hotel, an icon; Raffles Singapore is an oasis of colonial style, calm and charm in the heart of modern Singapore - exclusive, historic, and one of a kind.

Raffles Singapore stands where it has always stood, at the crossroads of civilisation and culture, a colonial oasis in the heart of one of the world's most exciting cities. No trip to Singapore is complete without a stay at Raffles; tradition demands it. First opened in 1887, and since then a destination in its own right, Raffles Singapore epitomises the romance of the Far East – an intoxicating blend of luxury, history and colonial ambiance that no other hotel can match. Immortalised by writers including Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling, Ernest Hemingway and Alfred Hitchcock, Raffles is the perfect place from which to explore Singapore. Or in which to merely sit and watch the world go by. The legendary Palm Court, the white marble colonnades and the unique air of romantic grandeur transport you back to a more elegant age, while the seamless service, contemporary technology and attention to detail is completely of our time.

Accommodation

For over 125 years Raffles Singapore has been the place to stay in this thriving city. Elegant and colonial in feel, its generous proportions create a sense of calm and space. Within its stunning main building are found the presidential and grand hotel suites. Its generous courtyards house further suites, creating a peaceful haven for every guest. Legendary in every way.

 

Facilities

Luxuriate in an exclusive haven by the rooftop pool, set amidst the lush tropical surroundings. Alternatively, indulge yourself in the Raffles Hotel Shopping Arcade, which stands as an oasis of calm within the busy city and is an integral part of the world-renowned Raffles Singapore. The shopping arcade offers an extraordinary experience to discerning shoppers both locally and from around the world. It houses over 35 international and regional fashion and designer stores, as well as the popular Raffles Shop with fascinating memorabilia and collectibles available for purchase.

  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Shopping arcade
  • Theatre
  • Gardens
  • Limo service
  • Executive centre
  • Resident historian

 

Restaurants

Combining the best of the local culture and cuisine with dishes from around the world, each of the restaurants and bars at Raffles Singapore has its own unique atmosphere and setting.

 

Hotel Gallery

Weather

Singapore's climate is warm and humid all year round, and so there is no 'best' time to visit the city. Temperatures are generally always high, averaging around 24°C in the mornings and evenings and around 31°C in the daytime. The temperature dips, but only slightly, between November and January when the monsoon season arrives.

Weather information for
  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Temp 26 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 27 ℃ 26 ℃ 26 ℃
Rain 238MM 165MM 174MM 166MM 171MM 163MM 150MM 171MM 163MM 191MM 250MM 269MM
Sunshine 6HRS 8HRS 7HRS 8HRS 9HRS 8HRS 8HRS 9HRS 9HRS 8HRS 6HRS 6HRS

Location

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