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We loved the iconic Raffles Hotel, which is such an integral part of Singapore's history. The hotel is beautiful, conveniently located with a lot of exciting restaurants and bars all around it. A lot of famous celebrities have lived here, so that makes it quite...More
Should you want to experience the famous Singapore Sling at Raffles all is not lost as they have a 'pop up' in Seah Street which is effectively behind the Raffles Hotel.( It runs off Beach Road parallel to Raffles Boulevard.)
The pop up is quite...More
An iconic hotel perfectly placed in a wonderful city. Ideally located to visit all the main sites. As we were there at Christmas time the hotel was beautifully decorated. Food inside the hotel was lovely especially eating in the magical courtyard.
Singapore has changed & evolved so much over the years & I have been fortunate enough to witness it. Have stayed in different hotels & apartments over the years but raffles remain an all time favourite. The overall stay experience, food, it's an Oldie but...More
We were in Singapore for a few days on layover, on our way to Australia, and it ended up being the best part of the trip. The blend of cultures, the street food, the modern city life all combine to make Singapore a really fantastic...More
No way! We stayed there in December in the week before they completely closed for the final stage of the renovation. As the hotel was only partially open we got a discounted price and think it was around £400 a night. We... More
No way! We stayed there in December in the week before they completely closed for the final stage of the renovation. As the hotel was only partially open we got a discounted price and think it was around £400 a night. We stayed there in the previous December when it was fully open and the price was over £500 a night and that was in a standard suite at the special weekend rate. Clearly they charge in Singapore Dollars and the strength or otherwise of the £ has a huge effect on your bill. We have stayed when the rate was 3 Singapore dollars to the £ and at 1.6 to the £ - but when I first went to Singapore the rate was 8 to the £!