WHO VISITED: Nicole Reber from Travel Specialists Mosman.

WHEN: August 2015

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a truly iconic hotel in one of the world’s great cities. Housed in building that once housed the city’s General Post Office, The Exchange and the prestigious Singapore Club, this Virtuoso property is hard to fault.

The Fullerton is home to 400 rooms in the elegant architecture of a neoclassical landmark building constructed in 1928 in the heart of the financial and arts districts along the Singapore River and Marina Bay.


From the Fullerton Hotel you can walk underground the Fullerton bay Hotel, takes around 10 minutes.

Rooms are luxuriously appointed, are a generous size and some interconnect.


The Fullerton boasts five categories of Room, and six types of Suites with wonderful names like Collyer, Palladian, Loft, Fullerton, Governor and Presidential.




Premier rooms have balconies with a view of either the River or The Bay. Loft Suite with the bedroom upstairs and will interconnect to the premier rooms.


The Fullerton’s graceful 25-metre outdoor infinity pool is iconic and overlooks the Singapore River.


The Fullerton Spa, offers a wide selection of therapies in five Single Suites and two Couple Suites, all with en suite showers. Other wellness facilities include a sauna the hotel’s signature 25-metre outdoor infinity pool.


The Fullerton is home to 4 renowned restaurants, a very chic bar and a cake boutique.


Town Restaurant serves international buffet and a la carte dishes.
does modern Chinese.
The Courtyard
offers Indian and Japanese buffet, as well as Afternoon Tea.
The Lighthouse
restaurant enjoys views over the bay and serves modern Italian cuisine.
Post Bar
is super trendy and frequented by the local-movers and shakers. Guests can enjoy a quick business lunch, the signature Fullerton Sling and more.
The Fullerton Cake Boutique
. Yum.

Recommended Experiences
Discover more about The Fullerton by going on the complimentary Fullerton Heritage Guided Tour.

Final Word          
Well-located in Singapore’s Central Business District, The Fullerton Hotel is within walking distance of the Marina Bay, Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, the Asian Civilisations Museum and Boat Quay, one of Singapore’s most popular dining and entertainment zones.






WHO VISITED: Nicole Reber from Travel Specialists Mosman.

WHEN: August 2015

The Fullerton Bay Hotel is another wonderful Virtuoso property. Built from scratch on stilts over the Singapore River, it has 98 rooms and is simply gorgeous. The hotel’s public areas are just stunning with glamorous and exquisite interior design.

Located in the heart of Singapore’s prestigious Central Business District and Arts and Cultural precinct, the Fullerton Bay Hotel is minutes from the Singapore’s iconic cultural landmarks and close to the main shopping precincts of Suntec City and Orchard Road.


The hotel’s rooms enjoy a classical look combined with the latest in-room technology. Deluxe rooms face inwards, so I would only recommend booking the premier rooms and up. The Premier rooms overlook the river. The most popular rooms are the Bay Rooms which enjoy views of Marina Bays Sands.

It has an amazing roof top pool and bar area. This is open to the public. I would highly recommend pre-booking a table if drinks and canapés and its extremely busy. The food and drinks were sensational. The Mojitos are a must.

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Marina Bay Sands put on a Light Show at 8.00pm and 9.30pm. The view from the Fullerton Bay Hotel rooftop is amazing.

Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transit (subway) station is a few minutes’ walk away, a bus stop is just at our doorstep and the Singapore Changi International Airport is less than half hour’s drive away.

There are five different room categories from Deluxe through to Permier Bay View with Jacuzzi. In addition, there are five Theme Suites named after governors of Singapore and decorated with individual motifs and designs: Robinson, Shenton, Clifford, Anderson and Cavenagh, as well as the Presidential Suite.




The hotel’s stunning rooftop pool is surrounded by a beautifully manicured and lush tropical landscape.

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The Fullerton Bay Hotel doesn’t have its own spa facility, but guests can use those at its iconic sister property – The Fullerton Hotel.

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The Fullerton Bay does have a well-equipped gym, and also features an outdoor deck where you can stretch, perform yoga or pilates and enjoy the views of the city skyline. The gym is open 24 hours

La Brasserie is waterfront dining at its finest overlooking the sparkling waters of the bay through 10-metre high floor-to-ceiling windows


Lantern: A rooftop bar and pool with views of the Marina Bay waterfront and Singapore skyline serving gourmet snacks, champagnes, signature cocktails, wines and beverages.

The Clifford Pier: The best of Singapore’s delicacies and reinterpretations of Asian specialties and Western classics.

The Clifford Pier

The Landing Point: Located alongside a grand indoor promenade, The Landing Point’s 13-metre long bar is the place to see and be seen, serving chic comfort food and classic dishes. Enjoy organic salads, sandwiches and local Asian favourites, or take the renowned daily Afternoon Tea.

The Lookout at Customs House: Located in a 23-metre high Lookout tower at Customs House, The Lookout at Customs House is a tiny but unique dining space with a maximum capacity of 4 people seated or 6 standing.

Recommended Experiences
The hotel offers some interesting local touring options including the Fullerton Monument Tour, and a maritime Journey Tour. Or simply grab a copy of the Fullerton Heritage Trail map and explore the rich history and landmarks in and around the hotel precinct and neighbouring civic district. Some of the local historical gems include the Foundation Stone, the Cavenagh Bridge, and Old Supreme Court and City Hall.

Final Word
Located on the Marina Bay waterfront, the Hotel provides legendary service, contemporary luxury and refined elegance, alongside spectacular views of the bay and Singapore skyline.

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The hotel has been named one of the 100 World’s Best Hotels by Travel + Leisure USA, and the Best New Business Hotel in Asia-Pacific by Business Traveller Asia-Pacific magazine.



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