Why we like it
- Lovingly restored colonial-era property
- Sample the iconic Singapore Sling in the Long Bar
- New dining experiences from two Michelin-starred chefs
- Oasis of calm surrounded by gardens
- Browse the exclusive boutiques in Raffles Arcade
About Raffles Hotel
A Singapore Sling served on the gleaming new counter of the Long Bar means it can only be Raffles Hotel. Be one of the first to stay in this iconic building after its major restoration.
This classic, colonial-era property may have been given a lick of white paint along with new restaurant experiences, a ballroom and a spa, but it hasn’t lost its signature touches. You can still brush peanut shells off the bar counter, join friends for a box of Indian delicacies in the Tiffin Room and take tea under the cool hues of the Victorian pillars in The Lobby.
The arrival of two Michelin-starred chefs Alain Ducasse and Anne-Sophie Pic provides exciting new dining options alongside the old favourites such as The Butcher’s Block. Discover a fresh twist in the Bar & Billiard Room with Alain’s first Mediterranean sharing and grill concept. A high-energy open kitchen will be the centrepiece of this 122-year-old restaurant renowned for its Sunday brunch. Kick back and sample the aromatic flavours within the exquisite La Dame de Pic.
Choose from 115 elegant suites, all served by Raffles’ legendary butlers. Signature teakwood floors and crisp white linen provide a welcome sanctuary at the end of each day. Enjoy views of the tropical gardens from your balcony before relaxing with a treatment in the spa.
Step back in time with the resident historian and learn about the hotel’s heritage and illustrious authors from Rudyard Kipling to Noel Coward who enjoyed a drink in the Writers Bar. Before you leave, pick up a souvenir of this bygone era from the exclusive boutiques in the light, airy Raffles Arcade.