A stately ex­pe­ri­ence awaits at the ho­tel’s ma­jes­tic Presidential Suite

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Ooz­ing con­tem­po­rary so­phis­ti­ca­tion, The Fuller­ton Bay Ho­tel, Sin­ga­pore of­fers guests the en­vi­able com­bi­na­tion of clas­sic, time­less el­e­gance with a su­perla­tive lo­ca­tion. Backed by the ho­tel's com­mit­ment to out­stand­ing ser­vice, an ex­cel­lent as­sort­ment of din­ing venues and Lan­tern, one of the most so­phis­ti­cated roof-top bars in the city, it is a truly firstclass ho­tel suit­able for both leisure and busi­ness trav­ellers alike.

The lo­ca­tion is with­out ques­tion one of Sin­ga­pore's finest. On the edge of Ma­rina Bay and lo­cated on Col­lyer Quay it's just min­utes away from many of the city's ma­jor at­trac­tions, din­ing and shop­ping hubs as well as its fi­nan­cial cen­tre. Across the bay, see the iconic Sin­ga­pore Flyer, the amaz­ing Helix Bridge and the unique de­sign of the Artscience Mu­seum, from where it's a short walk to Ma­rina Bay shop­ping com­plex, The Shoppes and the mar­vel­lous Gar­dens by the Bay.

The An­der­son Bridge links to the amaz­ing Asian Civ­i­liza­tions Mu­seum, the Arts House and Vic­to­ria The­atre, whilst sur­round­ing the ho­tel is an in­cred­i­ble ar­ray of pub­lic art in­clud­ing The Thinker by Au­guste Rodin, one of the most poignant bronze casts of the mod­ern era. The ho­tel of­fers guests a selec­tion of limou­sine chauf­feur driven op­tions, but the city also boasts a clean and ef­fi­cient in­te­grated trans­port sys­tem which is per­fect for in­de­pen­dent trav­ellers who wish to ex­plore this won­der­ful is­land. The clos­est MRT station is Raf­fles Place In­ter­change and clos­est bus stop is al­most on the doorstep.

Strate­gi­cally po­si­tioned on the top three lev­els of the ho­tel, there are just six ex­clu­sive suites that of­fer views over the daz­zling vista of Sin­ga­pore's iconic sky­line via their floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows and bal­conies. Each suite is themed and fea­tures be­spoke art, dé­cor and

fur­nish­ings based on Chi­nese, Malay, In­dian, Per­anakan and Colo­nial in­flu­ences, a re­flec­tion of the ho­tel's ded­i­ca­tion to uphold­ing Sin­ga­pore's rich her­itage.

With cap­ti­vat­ing day and night views over Ma­rina Bay and the city, the Presidential Suite is a true ex­pres­sion of lux­ury and of­fers guests a gen­er­ous liv­ing and din­ing area, lounge, study, op­u­lent mar­ble bath­room with cus­tomised Bot­tega Veneta col­lec­tion room ameni­ties as well as a spa­cious bed­room with the finest Egyp­tian cot­ton linen.

The Presidential Suite is not only the largest suite, it's also the most lav­ish. The de­sign is an in­spir­ing com­bi­na­tion of the eth­nic cul­tures, colo­nial in­flu­ences and cos­mopoli­tan qual­i­ties present in Sin­ga­pore both now and in by­gone eras. The in­te­rior fea­tures lav­ish golden acer and rose­wood wall pan­els, ac­cented with stylish tex­tile art and arte­facts. With a range of high-tech and in­fo­tain­ment fea­tures, the Presidential Suite of­fers guests a truly stately ex­pe­ri­ence.

The Fuller­ton Bay Ho­tel, Sin­ga­pore 80 Col­lyer Quay,

Sin­ga­pore 049326

T: (+65) 63338388 E:­ton­ho­ fuller­ton­ho­

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