Bed down at a newly restored suite, enjoy the signature Singapore Sling cocktail, and pamper yourself at the spa.
Ahead of its reopening in the middle of next year, Raffles Hotel Singapore has begun accepting reservations for stays commencing August 1, 2019.
The iconic heritage hotel, which looks set to reopen with a fresh new look after its first restoration in almost 30 years, will retain its striking white facade and butler service, while featuring a lineup of new dining venues.
Guests can look forward to experiencing its all-suite accommodation, which will feature an expanded room count of 115 with new suite categories, amenities, and technology. Familiar room details include the original four-meter-high ceilings, lofty double-glazed windows, colonial architecture, charming verandas, and polished teakwood floors.
Now, the hotel is offering a special opening package, which includes a stay in one of the newly restored suites. Upon arrival, guests will be welcomed by the Raffles butlers and the signature Singapore Sling cocktail. Other perks include a welcome fruit platter, complimentary non-alcoholic minibar replenished daily, as well as an evening turndown service.
For a truly luxurious experience, upgrade your stay for US$87 to enjoy daily breakfast for two within the suite, on the breezy verandahs, by the poolside, or at Tiffin Room. Additional privileges include US$72 daily credit, which can be used for spa treatments or dining; a commemorative Raffles heritage souvenir, as well as late check-out until 3 p.m.
Rates for a State Room Suite start from US$630 per night for stays from August 1, 2019.
More information here.