Transformed from a magnificent 1928 neo-classical landmark that was once home to the General Post Office, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore with its inspiring legacy and monumental Palladian architecture emanates a timeless grandeur while offering contemporary luxury and Asian hospitality to business and leisure travellers. Each of the 400 rooms and suites has been exquisitely designed by world-renowned architects Hirsch Bedner & Associates and furnished to provide guests the ultimate in opulence.
Exclusively built on the waters of Marina Bay, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore opened its doors in 2010. It makes a striking impression with breathtaking architecture, glamorous interiors by acclaimed Asian designers and legendary service. The Hotel presents 100 rooms and suites, replete with private balconies and double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, offering guests stunning vistas of Singapore’s cosmopolitan skyline.
Built in the 1940s with a unique Art Deco style featuring an elegant façade and curved balconies, The Fullerton Waterboat House is a historic landmark that has been reinvigorated with a deep appreciation of its classic architectural design, making it an enclave of sophistication for the discerning; a preferred destination for intimate fine dining experiences.
A graceful, modern two-storey waterfront development blessed with stunning vistas of Marina Bay developments, One Fullerton is perfectly poised to take advantage of the all-day attention of tourists, business executives and residents in the area. With its alfresco flair and unique urban promenade, the all-day waterfront dining and entertainment destination is also directly adjacent to the well-recognised historic Merlion Park which is home to the Merlion – Singapore’s icon that attracts over 1 million unique visitors every year. This is the focal point for the entire Marina Bay area with vast appeal to tourists and locals alike and a vibrant urban gathering point.
The Fullerton Pavilion is a first-of-its-kind floating glass dome structure set on Marina Bay between One Fullerton and Clifford Pier. It is a design masterpiece by renowned architectural firm DP Architects, complete with an observation deck on the roof.
A historic landmark, Clifford Pier was built in 1933 as the landing jetty for ships and marks the arrival point where our forefathers began a new chapter of their lives. Harking back to the red oil lanterns that used to hang from the piers to alert and guide vessels to shore, Clifford Pier was affectionately referred to as Ang Teng Ma Toi (“Red Lantern Pier”) by rickshaw pullers, taxi-drivers and the common heart-lander. An air of adventure and discovery surrounds the Pier which is closely representative of the Singapore story.
The historic Clifford Pier now houses the hotel’s latest destination restaurant – The Clifford Pier.
A stunning celebration of Singapore’s maritime history, the classic lines of the Customs House is carefully preserved as it is transformed into the most sophisticated F&B and nightspot zone in the city. This double storey structure with direct waterfront access features unique fine dining and entertainment concepts.