Raffles Hotel Singapore, Singapore

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Overview


Long synonymous with the ultimate in hotel luxury, and today a Singapore national monument, Raffles Hotel is a name that conjures up instant visions of the sophistication, elegance and discretion of a property renowned and loved for its inimitable style and excellence. Lavishly refurbished in recent years to recapture the opulent splendour of its colonial heyday, this truly grand hotel epitomises the classic 19th century style, complete with overhead fans and teakwood floors, an atrium lobby with overhanging balconies and courtyards with fountains. There could be no more distinguished address in Singapore.

Please be informed that in middle of February 2017 Raffles Hotel Singapore will be commencing a careful and sensitive 16-month phased sensitive restoration programme as part of the brand’s constant evolution to remain distinctive and relevant which will be carried out in three phases.


Situated closest to the lush fauna of the Hotel, these suites hold an unmatched ambience of tranquillity. With 14-foot ceilings, elegant period furnishings including Oriental carpets on the teak, marble and tiled floors, each suite exudes warmth and character. Each of the Courtyard Suites is divided into four areas: a parlour and dining area lead into the bedroom and on to the dressing area and en-suite bathroom. Elegant period furnishings including Oriental carpets arranged on teakwood flooring. Amenities include individually controlled air-conditioning, two televisions with remote control, 25 cable channels, mini-bar/refrigerator, overhead fan, two direct dial telephone lines and additional line for computer modem or fax, broadband Internet access.
Amenities:
Dining area
Separate Living Room
Palm Court Suites are located in the older part of the hotel, with a step-out balcony facing the Palm Court. Simplicity and serenity is implicit in the Palm Court, with ample walkways of crushed pebbles and rows of tall palm trees lining the side of the garden. The Palm Court's large expanse of greenery sets the sublime mood for all of the Hotel's facilities and its use is restricted to the Hotel residents. With 14-foot ceilings, elegant period furnishings including Oriental carpets on the teak, marble and tiled floors.
Amenities:
Balcony/Terrace
Dining area
Separate Living Room
Through the decades, Raffles Singapore has welcomed its fair share of esteemed guests. Among them are 12 who were closely tied to the hotel’s storied history, including Ava Gardner, Rudyard Kipling and John Wayne. These dozen suites have been named after them, complete with special memorabilia displayed within.
Amenities:
Dining area
Separate Living Room

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Activities & Facilities


Baby Sitting
Beauty Salon
Boutique/Shop
Disabled Facilities
Gym
Hair Salon
Internet Access
Kids Club
Laundry Service
Spa

Raffles Courtyard
Built in the tropical setting of an open courtyard, Raffles Courtyard, a timeless structure with white arches flanked by tropical palms and native plants, keeps the feeling of 'Old Singapore' alive. A colonial cocktail bar, a traditional alfresco kitchen, table umbrellas and live music make the courtyard a pleasant place for patrons to watch the passing parade of visitors. Complementing the alfresco experience is the courtyard's ocean-fresh seafood prepared a la minute in any Asian style that guests request.

Long Bar
Home of the Singapore Sling, the earthy decor of this two-storey bar was inspired by Malayan plantations of the 1920s. In addition to almost every alcoholic and non-alcoholic concoction imaginable, the bar also serves traditional pub favourites that are available for both lunch and snacks. In the evening, a band performs a selection of contemporary and popular hits.

Bar & Billiard Room
Established in 1896, the Bar & Billiard Room houses two original billiard tables from the turn of the century. A Continental lunch buffet is served on weekdays while a lavish brunch is offered on Sunday. With a fine selection of martinis, single malts, cognacs, armagnacs, Champagnes, ports, sherries, chocolates, coffee and Cuban cigars, it's no wonder the Bar & Billiard Room is also known as 'the Connoisseur's Haven'. In the evening live piano music and the snazzy jazz vocals of Claressa Monteiro entertain and complete the mood for dining in sophistication and style.

Writers Bar
Located in the lobby of the hotel, this bar is a tribute to the writers who have stayed at the hotel or have written about it.
Doc Cheng's
This internationally acclaimed, award-winning themed restaurant features Western cuisine created with an Asian twist, using the region's cooking techniques, spices and ingredients.

Ah Teng's Bakery
Delicious pastries, cookies, cakes as well as steaming hot dim sum are the highlights of this cosy cafe. Perfect for an early morning 'cuppa', Ah Teng's provides a warm and inviting dining experience.

Raffles Grill
An aura of timeless elegance sets the tone for the Hotel's formal dining room. Beautifully restored to its former glory, with French windows overlooking the Palm Court, Raffles Grill captures the true essence of fine dining. The cuisine is light and innovative, characterised by a blend of classical and contemporary French cuisine. To complement the exquisite menu is a wine list featuring an extensive selection from the hotel's celebrated wine cellar.

Royal China at Raffles
A top international Chinese restaurant operator based in London, Royal China is well-known for its signature dishes such as lobster noodles, crispy duck in pancake, roast suckling pig and traditional dim sum items.

Empire Cafe
Styled like a typical 1920s Singapore coffee house, Empire Cafe serves up both international staples and local favourites.

Raffles Creamery
Ice-cream just got cooler. Raffles Hotel introduces Cold Marble Teppanyaki, a new concept of indulgence featuring a specially designed marble top for a personalised blend of ice-cream creations. Choose from over 30 flavours of high quality homemade ice cream, sherbet and a medley of mix-ins, such as fresh fruits, nuts, candy, cookies and brownies, to create a customised fusion of flavours limited only by your imagination. Every creation is a work of art. Have the ice-cream 'artist' entertain you as they whip up your chosen combinations on cold marble, teppanyaki-style. The result - smooth, creamy ice cream blended with your choice of mix-ins for your enjoyment. Fruit smoothies, milkshakes and freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices are also available on the menu.A venue for kid's parties or light-hearted gatherings, Raffles Creamery creates iced goodies to enchant children and adults alike.

Tiffin Room
The Tiffin Curry buffet, featuring traditional Indian and Asian specialities, is a hot favourite with tourists and Singapore residents alike. The Tiffin Room buffet is available for lunch and dinner. The Tiffin Room also serves international breakfast and high tea daily.

Long Bar Steakhouse
Located on the second storey of Raffles Hotel Arcade, adjacent to the world-famous Long Bar, Long Bar Steakhouse cleverly combines steakhouse dining with the nostalgia and simple, honest flavours of early plantation fare. Inspired by the legendary exploits of Frank Cavendish, an adventurous planter who retreated to Raffles Hotel every weekend in the early 1900s as a respite from the rigours of plantation life in Malaya, the house specialities are succulent prime cuts of meats and seafood, marinated with the flavours of the Orient.

Seah Street Deli
Seah Street Deli is a typical New York-style delicatessen. The unique menu features a selection of American sandwiches, entres and salads. The portions are decidedly generous and the service remarkably friendly.
Doc Cheng's
This internationally acclaimed, award-winning themed restaurant features Western cuisine created with an Asian twist, using the region's cooking techniques, spices and ingredients.

Ah Teng's Bakery
Delicious pastries, cookies, cakes as well as steaming hot dim sum are the highlights of this cosy cafe. Perfect for an early morning 'cuppa', Ah Teng's provides a warm and inviting dining experience.

Raffles Grill
An aura of timeless elegance sets the tone for the Hotel's formal dining room. Beautifully restored to its former glory, with French windows overlooking the Palm Court, Raffles Grill captures the true essence of fine dining. The cuisine is light and innovative, characterised by a blend of classical and contemporary French cuisine. To complement the exquisite menu is a wine list featuring an extensive selection from the hotel's celebrated wine cellar.

Royal China at Raffles
A top international Chinese restaurant operator based in London, Royal China is well-known for its signature dishes such as lobster noodles, crispy duck in pancake, roast suckling pig and traditional dim sum items.

Empire Cafe
Styled like a typical 1920s Singapore coffee house, Empire Cafe serves up both international staples and local favourites.

Raffles Creamery
Ice-cream just got cooler. Raffles Hotel introduces Cold Marble Teppanyaki, a new concept of indulgence featuring a specially designed marble top for a personalised blend of ice-cream creations. Choose from over 30 flavours of high quality homemade ice cream, sherbet and a medley of mix-ins, such as fresh fruits, nuts, candy, cookies and brownies, to create a customised fusion of flavours limited only by your imagination. Every creation is a work of art. Have the ice-cream 'artist' entertain you as they whip up your chosen combinations on cold marble, teppanyaki-style. The result - smooth, creamy ice cream blended with your choice of mix-ins for your enjoyment. Fruit smoothies, milkshakes and freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices are also available on the menu.A venue for kid's parties or light-hearted gatherings, Raffles Creamery creates iced goodies to enchant children and adults alike.

Tiffin Room
The Tiffin Curry buffet, featuring traditional Indian and Asian specialities, is a hot favourite with tourists and Singapore residents alike. The Tiffin Room buffet is available for lunch and dinner. The Tiffin Room also serves international breakfast and high tea daily.

Long Bar Steakhouse
Located on the second storey of Raffles Hotel Arcade, adjacent to the world-famous Long Bar, Long Bar Steakhouse cleverly combines steakhouse dining with the nostalgia and simple, honest flavours of early plantation fare. Inspired by the legendary exploits of Frank Cavendish, an adventurous planter who retreated to Raffles Hotel every weekend in the early 1900s as a respite from the rigours of plantation life in Malaya, the house specialities are succulent prime cuts of meats and seafood, marinated with the flavours of the Orient.

Seah Street Deli
Seah Street Deli is a typical New York-style delicatessen. The unique menu features a selection of American sandwiches, entres and salads. The portions are decidedly generous and the service remarkably friendly.
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