The Fullerton Heritage
A world-class destination offering luxury hotel accommodation, dynamic dining and lifestyle entertainment choices
Awaterfront development whose architecture combines both the historical and contemporary, The Fullerton Heritage comprises a myriad of dining, hospitality and lifestyle establishments across The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, One Fullerton, The Fullerton Pavilion, Clifford Pier and Customs House.
Together with the two hotels’ nine dining destinations, an array of 31 restaurants, bars, cafés and retail outlets in the precinct make it a vibrant focal point of lifestyle offerings for both hotel and city guests to enjoy.
The precinct is strategically positioned in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District, minutes from the city’s iconic cultural landmarks and close to the main shopping belts of Suntec City and Orchard Road. It is also well linked to various transportation hubs, with Changi International Airport less than half an hour away and Raffles Place MRT Station within a few minutes’ walk.
A graceful and modern two-storey waterfront development, One Fullerton features an exciting tenant mix with some of Singapore’s best restaurants, bars and entertainment concepts, from chic cafés to fine-dining alfresco destinations serving international cuisines. Located on a unique urban promenade, the destination is also directly adjacent to the historic Merlion Park that attracts over one million visitors every year.
For intimate fine dining, The Fullerton Waterboat House houses the restaurant 1919, while Clifford Pier – a 1933 historic landmark that was once Singapore’s first port of call for immigrants – offers The Fullerton Bay Hotel’s flagship restaurant, The Clifford Pier.
Customs House, a stunning celebration of Singapore’s past, has been transformed into a dining and entertainment complex featuring leading establishments such as Kinki, Super Loco and Sabai Fine Thai on the Bay. Perched at the apex of the 23-metre high tower of Customs House is The Lookout – a dining destination that boasts 360-degree views of the city skyline and Marina Bay.
For captivating views of the bay, The Fullerton Pavilion is where guests can indulge in Italian cuisine at Monti.
Of the historic buildings along the precinct, The Fullerton Hotel is perhaps the most iconic. Transformed from a 1928 neoclassical General Post Office, the luxury hotel was gazetted as Singapore’s 71st National Monument in 2015. Carefully designed to provide travellers with a sanctuary to retreat and rejuvenate, each of the hotel’s 400 rooms and suites overlooks the sunlit lobby atrium, scenic Singapore River or Marina Bay. With its unique blend of rich heritage and contemporary style, it is consistently recognised as one of the best hotels in the world.
Moreover, within the hallowed hallways of this iconic building is The Fullerton Spa, an urban oasis featuring signature therapies that deliver visible results. Located on the mezzanine level of The Fullerton Hotel, The Fullerton Spa creates a passage to allow you to escape, renew and relax.
Across the road, The Fullerton Bay Hotel is the latest addition to the precinct. Built on the waters of Marina Bay, the awardwinning hotel makes a striking impression with breathtaking architecture, glamorous interiors and legendary service. Presenting 100 rooms and suites replete with private balconies and double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, guests are treated to stunning vistas of Singapore’s cosmopolitan skyline.
In 2018, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Fullerton Building in which it is sited, with a repertoire of events, encapsulating the iconic building’s rich heritage and the brand’s passion for luxury hospitality and lifestyle.
A highlight of the celebrations is the debut of Fullerton Concours d’Elegance from 29 June to 1 July 2018. A line-up of over 90 vintage, classic and super cars will take centre stage, alongside gourmet food offerings, family carnival, music performances and more. Guests and the public are invited to join in the celebrations and be part of history in the making.
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