A stay at the hotel is the highlight of a visit to Singapore. An extensive array of facilities include a restaurant, boutiques, health club, parking, florist, beauty salon, tour desk, car rental, drug store, safe, airline desk, concierge, secretarial service, security, doctor on call, barber, gym, facilities for physically handicapped persons and sauna. sg
Built in 1928, the historic neo-classical fullerton Building was transformed into a 400-room luxury hotel in 2001. It is dynamically located in the heart of the Financial and arts districts, along the scenic Singapore River. The hotel successfully blends rich heritage with Contemporary style to offer an unsurpassed world-class Accommodation experience for business and leisure Travellers.
The Fullerton Singapore is a masterpiece of understated comfort and elegance. Transformed from the Fullerton building which was built in 1928, its rich heritage, neo-classical architecture and strategic location make it an inspiration to all.
The Fullerton Singapore’s prime location in the heart of the Civic District is in tandem with its rich history. Lying at the forefront of Raffles Place, Singapore’s financial and business district, it is minutes from the main shopping district and also enjoys close proximity to Boat Quay, Singapore’s bustling riverside entertainment belt and the cultural venues of Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, The Esplanade – Theatres On The Bay and the Asian Civilisations Museum.
Location description it is a 25-minute drive from singapore changi airport and a short walk to the raffles place mass rapid transit station. In the immediate vicinity are boat quay, the asian civilizations museum, victoria theatre and concert hall, the fullerton waterboat house, one fullerton, merlion park, and esplanade - theatres on the bay.
Occupying the original colonial General Post Office, the hotel has been built in and restored into one of Singapore's landmark hotels. With its distinguished Doric columns and statuesque architecture, the hotel represents the height of Palladian architecture.