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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore features a unique design style that marries neo-classical architecture with stylish contemporary refurbishment. Located within the historic Fullerton Building, originally opened in 1928 and the one-time site of Singapore’s General Post Office, this luxury Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s gray-granite façade is dominated by its impressive Doric colonnades. A modern porte cochere hints at the contemporary design touches of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s sweeping lobby, which has a grand central staircase with a large water installation, an airy atrium bathed in natural sunlight and polished marble floors and pillars. We also loved how parts of the hotel’s design and décor nods at the building’s postal past, from original letter drop boxes still standing in the lobby and Post Bar to vintage photo prints hung on walls in the public spaces.