The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

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Built in 1928, the original Fullerton Building resides in a historic location in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District. Named after Robert Fullerton—the  first colonial governor of Singapore—The Fullerton Hotel began life as an ornate post office.  The British government originally commissioned the building’s construction to commemorate the colony’s centennial anniversary in 1919. Following an extensive renovation, this eloquent structure reopened as The Fullerton Hotel in 2001. Retaining much of its original features, this luxurious five-star Grande Dame is quite extraordinary for the scale and quality of its restoration. As noted by a Condé Nast Traveler review, The Fullerton Hotel has captured “the personality of a heritage hotel” and “surrounds its guests with a surprisingly refreshing ambiance of peace and tranquility.”
Image of Hotel Lobby at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Singapore, Location Map

Location Map

Walk across Anderson Bridge to visit the Asian Civilisations Museum and the Victoria Concert Hall.

Image of The Courtyard Atrium Lobby at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Singapore, Discover

Discover

Discover the amazing historical character of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.

Image of Pool Terrace at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Singapore, Explore

Explore

Explore the world-famous Gardens by the Bay.

Image of The Ballroom at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Singapore, Experience

Experience

Experience a thrilling theatrical performance at the historic Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall.

Image of Dining Room at the Town Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Singapore, Taste

Taste

Taste some Chili Crab at the hotel’s very own The Clifford Pier.

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