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Raffles Hotel Singapore

1 Beach Rd. (Bras Basah Rd.) Send to Phone
Singapore189673 Singapore
65-6337-1886  | RESERVE NOW!
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Colonial ambience and modern business amenities for those on the lushest expense accounts only. Raffles Hotel Singapore is one of GAYOT's 2014 Top 10 Singapore Hotels

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  • Singles & Doubles $505-$675 USD, Suites, $625-$7,000 USD

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: Do not be fooled by the triple-height lobby filled with fresh flowers, brocade chairs, ceiling fans and marble floors. This 103-room colonial grand dame dating to 1887 offers an equally impressive list of modern business facilities. Eighteen Raffles Inc. rooms in particular are built for top-level business travelers with CEO-size leather-top desks, plus dining tables that do double duty as well lit meeting spaces. In addition, guests will find high-speed broadband Internet, Lavazza espresso machines and double-pane glass windows to block out urban noise. When the workday comes to close, revel in comforts such as fourteen-foot ceilings, cloudlike beds and ample bathrooms with deep-soak bathtubs. Executives in need of more will find the 24-hour business center equipped like one’s own office; there are also two elegant twelve-seat boardrooms. Entertain your top clients at the Raffles Grill, or unwind on colonial-style teak-and-cane chairs inside the Writers Bar, a favorite of Noel Coward and Rudyard Kipling. You can also head to The Long Bar which promises “every alcoholic concoction imaginable” along with the signature Singapore Sling.

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