Fairmont Singapore

A scenic Singapore stay
Ultra cosmopolitan, highly cultured and incredibly varied, Singapore has long been regaled as one of Asia's most multi-faceted cities, and no place showcases that more than Fairmont Singapore, located in the City Hall district right above the Raffles City mall.

Sure, you'll find the standard amenities of any Fairmont at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel — like exemplary service, luxury accommodations and a vast collection of restaurants and bars — but you'll also find a Singaporean charm that makes this location unique.

The lobby features a large white bubble chandelier that encompasses nearly half of the ceiling, and the check-in desk is illuminated by a large and colorful abstract painting. There's also a peaceful bubbling waterfall and a small flower garden off the entrance for a touch of Zen.

Plus, with 15 restaurants and bars, a full-service spa and fitness center, a pool and more, there aren't many reasons to leave your sumptuous Singapore perch.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Despite almost 800 rooms and a location on top of the bustling Raffles City mall, the hotel, surprisingly, doesn't feel as crowded. With two towers, 15 restaurants and a large outdoor pool area, you can easily find quiet pockets to enjoy.
  • The hotel's main public spaces, like the check-in area and the restaurants, feature beautiful visual elements — from the lobby's large globe chandelier to Jaan's incredible floor-to-ceiling views.
  • With 23 treatment rooms (including two couples suites), a fully equipped gym, ample relaxation lounges, a cold plunge pool and steam and sauna rooms, the Willow Stream Spa offers endless places to unwind.
  • Any craving can be sated at this Singapore hotel, including fine dining at Jaan, authentic Italian at Prego and traditional Chinese cuisine at Szechuan Court. 
  • Opt for a stay in an Executive Club room. These accommodations offer you access to the exclusive Fairmont Club with complimentary snacks, unlimited drinks and VIP check-in.
Things to Know
  • If you're craving a boutique and minimalist hotel stay, this isn't your place. However, if you're happy to stay in a larger property, you really can't do much better than Fairmont Singapore in terms of both location and luxury. 
  • The pool is shared with the Swissotel, a neighboring property that holds almost 1,200 rooms, so it can fill up quickly, especially in the warmer months.
  • The gym has recently undergone a renovation and now features state-of-the-art equipment with SmartFit technology and personal training. Partake in daily fitness classes to keep you moving, like aqua aerobics in the pool, yoga, Pilates, zumba and more.
  • Although the luxury hotel is constantly renovating and updating its rooms, some are a bit more lackluster than others (typically those located in the South Wing). Ask for a room that's in the North Wing so you can enjoy more updated accommodations.
The Rooms
  • The signature rooms are by far the most impressive, thanks to the bright and bold color choices, the local artwork and the contemporary additions.
  • While every room boasts stellar views, the real highlight is the bathroom. Each comes equipped with a luxurious rain shower and floral-scented Rose 31 toiletries, crafted exclusively for the Fairmont.
  • Although basic, the starting category (the deluxe room) still features a private balcony, a fully equipped desk and a Bose entertainment system.
  • On the other side of the spectrum, the expansive 2,172-square-foot Penthouse Suite has a large balcony overlooking the Singapore skyline, a separate dining room and living room, an opulent master bedroom and a second guest room as well as a private sauna and Jacuzzi.
The Restaurants
  • You can’t visit Fairmont Singapore without dining at Jaan. It serves a fresh, innovative, European-style degustation menu that changes seasonally to provide the best ingredients.
  • For a cocktail and some light bites, head to Anti-dote, Fairmont's modern and sexy cocktail bar. Here, mixology reigns supreme with an inventive menu of classic and creative libations as well as tapas, like the quinoa salad in a jar or the beer-braised pork belly slider. 
  • With bright glass walls, modern and unique light fixtures (like patterned globe lanterns) and a ton of textural elements, the space at Café Swiss is just as beautiful as the dishes, which are heavily influenced by European tradition. 
  • Asian Market Café is convenient for those on the go, offering a sumptuous buffet spread for lunch and dinner daily, featuring a wide array of halal-certified meats in its pan-Asian cuisine.
Getting There
80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189560
SIN (16-26 min)   XSP  
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