While preserving the splendour of its heritage architecture, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is today an icon of hospitality.
The Fullerton Building, originally built in 1928, began a new chapter in its illustrious history with its restoration into Singapore’s landmark hotel, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore in 2001. The historic significance and monumental architecture makes the building eminently suited for a grand hotel.
The prime location of the 400-room luxury hotel in the heart of the Civic District is in tandem with its rich history. Located in the Central Business District, it enjoys close proximity to the finest arts and entertainment areas in the city.
The Fullerton boasts of one truly unique restaurant, 120 feet above street level. The building once pulled double duty as post office and lighthouse, and now the retired lighthouse offers its harbour-spanning view to dining patrons. Town, Jade, and the Courtyard offer less dramatic vistas but no less impressive cuisine, and the Post Bar, retaining some of the architecture of the original post office, is the hip hotel bar, serving crustaceans and cocktails to the Singaporean elite.
Take an invigorating swim in our 25-metre infinity pool while enjoying the tranquil waterfront breeze. Enjoy a good workout at our well-equipped gym complete with sauna and steam room facilities. Or step into The Fullerton Spa for an enticing selection of therapies designed to renew and relax your body and mind.