Why We Love This Hotel
- Award-winning 4-star hotel with a stunning lobby chandelier & unique all-glass bathrooms
- Central location near transport, the Raffles City complex, the Esplanade, Bugis Street markets & cricket fields
- All rooms have luxury amenities & balconies, some with sea or marina views
- Has a spa, indoor & outdoor pools, tennis courts & 15 dining options
Winner of numerous industry accolades and consistently voted one of Singapore's top business and luxury hotels by Forbes and Condé Nast, the Fairmont Singapore is a beautifully designed 4-star hotel in the downtown business centre. You'll be near excellent transport links and proximity to some of the main tourist attractions.
The Fairmont's twin semicircular towers are connected to the convention centre, shopping, restaurants and bars in the Raffles City complex, which links to the Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) subway system. The hotel is also within easy walking distance of nightlife, the Bugis Street markets, the lively Esplanade arts complex and the cricket fields, and is only 14 minutes by car to the airport.
Beginning with the jaw-dropping chandelier, made from 800 hand-blown Bohemian crystals, and the artworks lining the lobby, the Fairmont feels more like an art gallery than a hotel. The art theme continues into the fan-shaped guestrooms with their unique all-glass bathrooms. All rooms and suites feature spa baths with bathrobes, a mini bar, movies on demand, free Wi-Fi and balconies with views of the city, the South China Sea or the marina -- ask for a downtown-facing room near the top floor for the best views. Executive rooms offer complimentary breakfast, evening cocktails and canapés, and boardroom use.
The hotel's amenities include a tropical outdoor pool, an indoor pool, six tennis courts and the revitalising Willow Stream Spa, with relaxation lounges, Jacuzzis, cold plunge, steam and sauna rooms. The 15 dining options include healthy poolside meals from Alligator Pear, Italian from Prego, Chinese at the Szechuan Court and Kitchen, Japanese sashimi and sake at Mikuni, and pan-Asian fare from the Asian Market Café buffet. The hotel's Ink Bar has a trendy, club-like ambience, creative cocktails and live music.