Raffles welcomes you as we write a new chapter after an extensive restoration, breathing new life into the storied hotel. Our restoration was designed to ensure that we retain what is so special about Raffles – the ambience, the service, the charm and the heritage of the hotel. Experience our legendary service as you enjoy newly opened bars, restaurants and boutiques whilst exploring graceful courtyards and relaxing in cosy social spaces.
With enhanced comfort and splendour for the discerning traveller, immerse yourself in our striking architecture and graceful service for that unique feeling of being somewhere very special in the heart of the business and civic district.
1 Beach Road, City Hall Singapore 189673 Singapore
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I felt like royalty staying here to be honest. The greeting, the accommodations. Butler service was perfect. Room was more than a room and was huge as well as comfortable. Was here as part of a long birthday celebration and they made sure i enjoyed my stay. Beautiful grounds. Would definitely come back for another stay.
We stayed 1 night to celebrate our birthday and TEAM Raffles made our day :) Aldina checked us in upon arrival and Huiqin assisted us with check out, both super helpful and very smooth. All our inquiries were answered well and very friendly. Butler Thyra and Neesha were amazing butlers. It was the best staycation ever and they created unforgettable memories for our birthday! Thanks all, really appreciated :)
The good: Rooms and all public areas were excellently appointed - all furnishings were cared for to an impeccable standard. The pool is an oasis of calm and the team who work there were super friendly. A cocktail or coffee on the roof after breakfast is a must. The front of house service team were, on the whole, friendly and welcoming- as were the butlers, door men and check-in team. Breakfast was plentiful - there is much to choose from as the hotel caters for all tastes. The service went to pieces on one of the days - such a shame - lots of tutting and shaking of heads from patrons which we can only assume was why the manager turned up to support. The not so good: Overall Raffles lacks character and personality - it is a place we wish we’d visited perhaps 20 or 30 years ago. It feels like it leans into the corporate hotel market and somehow you come away without that feeling of ‘wow - Raffles’ … the same feeling you get when you walk away from The Ritz or the Savoy … that feeling where you’re somewhere special. The revered history of the property feels relegated to photos and the gift shop. The lobby feels opulent but overall sterile and uninviting. One day we will return and we hope that when we do the magic is back.