Raffles Singapore

Raffles Hotel Singapore is the flagship property of Raffles Hotels & Resorts. Opened in 1887, it is one of the few remaining great 19th century hotels in the world. No visit to Singapore is complete without a stay at Raffles; tradition demands it.


A century after its opening, the hotel was declared a National Monument by the Singapore Government, after which it underwent a complete restoration at a cost of S$160 million. Today, its colonial architecture is beautifully preserved, allowing it to stand out from the contemporary style of its surrounding neighbours in the business and civic district.

Over the years, some of the most famous personalities have walked through the ornate wrought-iron portico. Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling and Michael Jackson are among those who have succumbed to the charms of the Raffles. Today, nothing much has changed with esteemed guests such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, George Bush, Karl Lagerfeld and Christian Louboutin still choosing to put up at the hotel.

Enter the main building of the hotel and the magnificence of the lobby, seemingly unaltered from the turn of the century, and takes the breath away. White marble colonnades, also found throughout out the hotel, encircle an atrium that soars three floors up. In the day, sunlight pours through illuminating polished teak verandas that lead to 103 suites, 14 restaurants and bars, event spaces and a shopping arcade.


  • Raffles Inc. State-room Suites
  • Courtyard Suites
  • Palm Court Suites
  • Personality Suites
  • Grand Hotel Suites
  • Presidential Suites


  • Ah Teng’s Bakery
  • Bar & Billiard Room
  • Long Bar
  • Long Bar Steakhouse
  • Raffles Courtyard
  • Raffles Grill
  • Tiffin Room
  • Writers Bar


  • Boardroom 2 & Boardroom 3
  • Casuarina Suite A + B
  • East India Rooms
  • Jubilee Lounge
  • The Ballroom
  • The Lawn


  • 40 specialty boutiques
  • Jubilee Hall