Visiting the Raffles for a drink is very classic and touristy. But it is worth doing. Also very good gift shop in the House.
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Raffles is under a renovation, so when we were there in December there was only one bar open to the public. It is going to completely close down later in December and re-open in approx. 6 months. We had a Singapore Sling drink (delicious) but...More
Beautiful old building. Look and explore the grounds but don’t fall for buying the iconic Singapore Sling, $40 later and tasteless peanuts.
Worth coming to (once) but disappointing that the Sling seems to be made and bottled before. Appreciate the efficiency but at over S$30 a drink the personal touch is something to be encouraged. We did have 2 each mind. The place is under repair/renovation until...More
Recommend to visit the beautiful and fancy Raffles Hotel (still under repair) to enjoy an original Singapore Sling. You are allowed to throw the nut shells on the floor as in the old days. A Singapore Sling costs 31 dollars, which is a bit expensive,...More
The historic Raffles Hotel was under renovation during our visit & the famous Long Bar was closed however you could still soak up the atmosphere, get a famous Singapore Sling & throw peanut shells on the floor in the bar area.
While hotel is under repair works, the Raffles shop and the bar are still open. Get a Singapore sling, their favorite drink, in this historical hotel who's name come from the founder of Singapore, Sir Raflles.
The building was under repair works so we didn't really get to check it out properly. Also the shopping arcade no longer available means it's only the gift shop and bar that's remaining. We went to the gift shop which is reasonably priced and the...More
Loved it.Nice old well preserved building.Hotel is closed,will re open in August 2018.Bar is great with bags of peanuts on the table and shells are all over the floor.Singapore sling is great,$ 31 plus 17% tax. Not the cheapest drink but is it a must
A visit to Raffels is one of those things that you need to tick off your to do list - but with hind sight, we wish we hadn't bothered. Apart from most of the hotel being under renovation, the main bar is still open and...More