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A hotel whose name is instantly recognizable, the Raffles Singapore is pure colonial confection, a landmark maintained in its original style, with liveried Sikh doormen greeting guests. Full review →
Historic 1887 all-suite colonial hotel opening onto lush gardens in the heart of the business and shopping district. Full review →
This legendary property, built in 1887, is probably Singapore's most famous tourist attraction.
At this 1887 landmark named for Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles, "beautiful colonial architecture contrasts sharply with contemporary properties" around the city. Full review →
The new Raffles is a glistening showpiece, especially from the outside; inside, antique furniture blends with modern conveniences. Full review →
If price is no object, then Raffles will deliver a blend of luxury, history, and colonial ambiance no other hotel can match. Full review →
This 103-room colonial grand dame dating to 1887 offers an equally impressive list of modern business facilities. Full review →
One of the world’s most famous hotels, operating since 1887 in high colonial style. Full review →
This hotel is a solid luxury choice for business and leisure travelers, and anyone who appreciates history and old-fashioned charm. Full review →
The modern extension is a mixed bag, but the Raffles remains refreshingly low-rise and still has colonial-era charm in spades.
The spirit of this old dame manages to shine through, and she deserves all the pleasantries bestowed upon her. Full review →
If you have the budget for just one indulgence, make it a stay at Raffles Singapore. Full review →
Though celebrating its 125th birthday in 2012, the hotel is still a magnet for A-listers (Elizabeth Taylor, Diane von Furstenberg, and Barry Diller have all stayed here). Full review →
Will the help of our expert guide, you won’t need to remortgage to enjoy one of the world's most expensive cities. Read more →
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