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    Finding Fullerton

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    Immerse yourself in the historical grandeur of one of the most iconic landmarks in Singapore, with its range of rooms that reflect the hotel’s distinctive character.

    by Percy Roxas & Rich Kantita.

    Presidential Suite - The Fullerton Hotel SingaporeThe white Roman building, which could be mistaken for a museum, stands short compared to the skyscrapers in Singapore. This is the Fullerton Hotel Singapore, a perfect blend of tradition and modernity; a hotel that reeks of the culture, synergy, and energy of the Lion City.

    Once home to the General Post Office (GPO), The Singapore Club, and the local Chamber of Commerce, the 400-guestroom hotel is as Singaporean as Singaporean can be.

    Built in 1928 and then renovated in 2001, it holds the essence to both the country’s rich history as well its world-renowned progressivity. Located in the heart of the financial and art districts facing Marina Bay, the luxury hotel (Tel: (65) 6533 8388; email:; offers a world-class) accommodation experience indeed.

    The Ballroom - The Fullerton Hotel SingaporeThe Doric columns at the entrance give you a powerful feeling from the moment you step in. The inside is as impressive as the outside. From the floor to the ceiling, its marbled floors and strong, tall pillars give a spacious and breathtaking feel. It is a wonderful mixture of excitement and peacefulness all at the same time. Fullerton’s vintage architecture takes you back in time, when all worries can be put aside while sipping whiskey on the rocks.

    As you reach your room – or suite – you realize how carefully designed they are to provide both business and leisure travelers with a sanctuary of serenity and comfort. You can opt to just enjoy the rooms’ conveniences to recharge and rejuvenate, or reserve it as your safe haven after exploring Singapore’s exciting urbanity.

    Singapore boasts a culinary wealth that makes it a favorite for traveling gourmets. But you need not go out to enjoy the delectable array of exotic dining selections such as satay, bak kut the, and mee goreng.

    Inside the hotel are some of the city’s best restaurants, each with an amazing atmosphere.

    Grand Stairs - The Fullerton Hotel SingaporeThere are five restaurants and a bar in the hotel: Town Restaurant, which serves local and international buffets and an a la carte menu; Jade, which features authentic Chinese cuisine; The Courtyard, which offers an Indian buffet, Japanese buffet, and afternoon tea; and The Lighthouse, a rooftop bar and restaurant that offers breathtaking views of the bay along with authentic Italian cuisine.

    There is also Post Bar, which features the original ceiling and pillars of the GPO, and is a popular choice among the trendy local elite, and you can join the crowd if you feel like it.

    By the way, thanks to the Gardens by the Bay that sits right across the bay from the hotel, you can enjoy spectacular views from your room – especially if you are staying on New Year’s Eve, as the annual Marina Bay Light Show, with its amazing fireworks display, unfolds! Imagine that!

    Presidential Suite (Bedroom) - The Fullerton Hotel SingaporeNeedless to say, Fullerton Hotel Singapore provides everything a guest might require when staying in a hotel. And the staff’s genuinely caring attitude toward each and every guest enhances the experience even further.

    Another notable thing about staying at the Fullerton Hotel Singapore is its proximity to the city’s most attractive sights, such as Merlion Park, which is just a few minutes away by foot from the hotel; the Asian Civilization Museum, the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, The Esplanade, the National Gallery of Singapore, The Clifford Pier, and more.

    It’s been said that you haven’t seen the real Singapore if you haven’t seen all of these wonderful attractions.

    In the same vein, we could say that you haven’t been to the real Singapore until you have stayed at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.