Contrasting with a thriving modern metropolis, the Raffles Hotel is a Singapore icon, and one well worth your visit.
1. A Singapore Sling in the Long Bar. One of the only places in Singapore that encourages littering, in this case your discarded peanut shells. A drink designed for ladies at a time when taking alcohol was fronded upon, the iconic gin based cocktail can be enjoyed with the charm of the oscillating cane fans overhead.
2. Just 103 suites. You’re guaranteed a memorable stay with a history hotel dating back to 1887. You will join famous personalities, literary luminaries and nobility who have also been guests-in-house. With towering 14 foot ceilings, hugely proportioned bathrooms and a charm that new hotels have failed to reproduce. As a bonus you get to cross into the “Guests Only” zone at the lobby entrance.
3. The Tiffin Room. Used both for the legendary North Indian Curry buffets and afternoon high tea it is your chance to sample the grandeur of both the food and the hotel in an historic setting.