The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore |The Perfect Blend Of History And Modernity


Built in 1928, The Fullerton Hotel was once Singapore’s most prominent landmark as it played an essential role in Singapore’s founding days architecturally.


Formally known as The Fullerton Building and was once the nation’s General Post Office, The Exchange, Chamber of Commerce and The Singapore Club, experience the grandeur of The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore as you journey through this sunny island.

The Fullerton Hotel’s Infinity Pool | Photography courtesy of The Fullerton Hotel

The Fullerton Hotel’s Legacy

Balcony of the Presidential Suite of The Fullerton Hotel | Photography courtesy of The Fullerton Hotel

Bringing you the perfect blend of history, modernity and timelessness, The Fullerton Hotel was recently gazetted as Singapore’s 71st National Monument as it bore witness to many of Singapore’s milestones even before her independence in 1965. From its pivotal role as the General Post Office where mails from all corners of Singapore were sorted and then sent to the respective recipients to offices where some of Singapore’s most notable political leaders such as former president S R Nathan and former prime minister Goh Chok Tong first started their careers, soak in the rich history when you make The Fullerton Hotel Singapore your home.

Situated at the mouth of the Singapore River and the heart of the Central Business District, The Fullerton Hotel plays a quintessential part of the Singapore skyline, presenting to you the best the city has to offer. The Fullerton Hotel is in close proximity to many of the city’s sights and sounds, ensuring your time in Singapore to be an unforgettable one.  The Victoria’s Theatre and Concert Hall, Esplanade and the Asian Civilization Museum are just a stone’s throw away from The Fullerton Hotel. If it is your first time to Singapore, fret not as The Fullerton Hotel also organizes a culturally heritage tour every week for guests to indulge in the Singapore Story.

Your Luxurious Abode at The Fullerton Hotel

Living Room in the Presidential Suite of The Fullerton Hotel | Photography courtesy of The Fullerton Hotel

Rest easy as you are waited on at The Fullerton Hotel as luxury resides in every corner. Each of the 12 suites (400 rooms) are furnished with soft vanilla colored walls to exude style and a sense of warmth and comfort for every traveler that steps into The Fullerton Hotel.

Guests are always welcomed with sincerity through personal touches such as the discreet way of how polished shoes are dispatched, through a specially designed niche in the wardrobe closet of each room, and a pillow menu for guests to indulge in a good night’s sleep. Amenities at The Fullerton Hotel are specially sourced from Bottega Veneta and Bvlgari for your maximum luxuriousness.

To go that extra mile, guests residing in any of the hotel’s 28 suites enjoy access to The Straits Club, which includes privileges such as in-room room registration, complimentary daily Champagne breakfast, daily refreshments, evening canapés and cocktails in the dedicated lounge with a soaring ceiling and vintage Peranakan decor featuring Straits Chinese artifacts. During their stay, guests on business may also avail of a meeting room for up to eight persons for two hours – truly the ultimate service experience with the highest level of quality.

Indulge at the Fullerton Spa

Couple’s Treatment Room at The Fullerton Spa | Photography courtesy of The Fullerton Hotel

For discerning travelers who are looking to relax and keep jet lag at bay, indulge at award-winning The Fullerton Spa at The Fullerton Hotel. The Fullerton Spa is an enclave for guests to rejuvenate and refresh themselves under the expert touch of spa therapists. Bringing you only the best of the best, The Fullerton Spa utilizes essential oils from Aromatherapy Associates, a UK-based company that is not unfamiliar to many. Made with natural ingredients, the purest extracts and essential oils, treatments at The Fullerton Spa are suitable for even the most delicate and ensures that guests are well taken care of.

Choose from thirteen signature oils and then relax as spa therapists carefully apply pressures to stimulate the nervous system, neuromuscular tension, and lymphatic drainage to encourage healthy circulation. This intense massage ritual draws from a fusion of Eastern and Western techniques, enabling the therapist to work on your body, mind and spirit with the Ultimate Aromatherapy Experience at The Fullerton Hotel.

A truly Singaporean spa experience at The Fullerton Hotel is not complete without giving the Asian Heritage Signature massage a try. The 90 minute massage is a popular choice at The Fullerton Hotel. The use of oriental massage techniques to detoxify and energize the body is perfect for travelers. The Asian Heritage Signature massage pampers you from head to toe with a mesmerizing scalp massage and ends with a deep tissue massage using an invigorating blend of warmed rosemary, ginger, lavender and black pepper oils that rejuvenates the skin.

Ease your muscle knots and let go of the stress and worries as guests relax at The Fullerton Spa.

A Luxurious Feast at The Fullerton Hotel 

The Lighthouse Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel | Photography courtesy of The Fullerton Hotel

Dine at The Fullerton Hotel’s five dining establishments that will keep you satisfied from dusk to dawn. The Hedonist’s top picks include Jade Restaurant, which features an exquisite Cantonese cuisine that is fit for royalty. The new Gourmet Dim Sum Treasures allude to the native birds pictured on Jade’s garden-inspired wallpaper and the menu brings dim sum dining to another level. Choose from three set menus, aptly named Purple Finch, Paradise Flycatcher and Royal Peacock, a special treat for your taste buds. Master Chef Leong Chee Yeng and his award-winning team use only the best top quality ingredients that bring out the natural flavors of dishes such as the Simmered Egg Noodles with Boston Lobster and X.O. Chilli Sauce, Steamed Abalone Siew Mai and Double Boiled Fish Maw.

With The Fullerton Hotel’s historical significance, The Lighthouse Restaurant & Rooftop Bar is worth checking out as well. Perched atop the Fullerton Building sits the Lighthouse, this was used to guide ships approaching the harbor. Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine at this original landmark of Singapore with the most breathtaking ambience.

There is no other place that offers guests the classic and modernity of Singapore. The Fullerton Hotel’s unfaltering dedication to provide the most luxurious hospitality experience for guests makes it a definite place to be on the sunny island.


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