The Fullerton Hotel

5* out of 5 stars

Stately and historic, the building that is now The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has been a fixture of Singapore's civic area since 1928. Originally a post office and now a destination for opulent stays, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore boasts a wealth of facilities and 400 spacious rooms. Each room is elegantly furnished and many offer sweeping views of the Singapore River or Marina Bay.

This five-star hotel takes guests on a gastronomic journey through the varied cuisines served across its numerous restaurants. The main restaurant offers breakfast, an international lunch buffet, and both buffet and à la carte dinners. A range of international dishes and afternoon teas are available in the atrium lobby restaurant. And there's a restaurant with à la carte and set menus dedicated to delicious Chinese cuisine.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is also home to a spa with sauna and steam room/hammam, an infinity pool and fitness centre. Several luxury boutiques selling fine jewellery, Asian art, wine, whisky, and clothing can also be found onsite. As can a financial centre with business and secretarial services, and a gallery that tells the story of the Fullerton Heritage precinct.

Things to do at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

The spa very much contributes to the indulgent atmosphere at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Guests can unwind with relaxing spa treatments such as deep muscle massage, scalp massage, and facials.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore's guests are also in a prime position for sightseeing, shopping, and enjoying a variety of entertainments. Within a 10-minute walk is the Waterfront Promenade and attractions such as Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and Esplanade Concert Hall.

Other highlights within easy walking distance include the National Gallery Singapore and the Asian Civilisations Museum. Popular Marina Bay is around a 20-minute walk from the hotel.

Travel connections are also convenient at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. It's just a five-minute walk to the nearest metro station and Singapore Changi Airport is 20 minutes away by car.



Premier Courtyard Room

The Premier Courtyard Room combines comfort and style in an elegantly appointed space. With views of the sunlit atrium lobby, the room is a welcome retreat for both business and leisure travellers.

Quay Pool View Room

With views of the infinity pool set against the backdrop of Singapore’s historic Civic District, the Quay Pool View room offers a private sanctuary for rest and relaxation.

Quay Room

The Quay Room offers charming views of the historic Singapore River and is a popular choice of accommodation with the guests.

Heritage Room

The Heritage Room is The Fullerton Hotel Singapore's unique room category that reflects the distinctive character of the Fullerton Building. Be immersed in the history of the building that was formerly a General Post Office. A heritage site, the Fullerton Building was also used to house important government departments including the Ministry of Finance, Economic Development Board and Income Tax Department.

Esplanade Room

Tastefully furnished and splendidly positioned on the highest floor of the hotel, the Esplanade Room offers panoramic views of the Singapore River or Marina Bay.

Marina Bay View Room

Elegantly appointed for a luxurious comfort, the Marina Bay View Room comes with a balcony that overlooks the panoramic Marina Bay.


  • Cooking Classes
  • Gym
  • Restaurants
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tours
  • Walking Distance to Attractions
  • Wedding Packages Available
  • Wi-Fi



Food & Drink

The Courtyard

Located in the heart of the historic Fullerton Building, The Courtyard is a timelessly elegant setting for leisure dining and the daily ritual of English afternoon tea. The newly launched Traditional Afternoon Tea experience stays true to the English ritual with a classic assortment of finely cut sandwiches and delicate pastries. On selected days, a harpist enchants the high-ceiling atrium with melodious tunes. Enjoy a round of storied teatime staples, from the simple yet elegant cucumber sandwich, favoured by aristocrats in the Victorian era, to the distinctive Battenberg Cake — a quintessentially English dessert, created in 1884 as the royal wedding cake for Princess Victoria, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, and Prince Louis of the Battenberg family.

Town Restaurant

Town Restaurant is ideal for a power breakfast or idyllic lunch and dinner buffets whilst enjoying views of the Singapore River. This vibrant restaurant will take you on a global gastronomic journey, with its focus on refined international flavours from east to west. Guests enjoy a choice of signatures or hearty selections with sumptuous charcoal-grilled meats and seafood at the al fresco on Friday and Saturday dinner. On Sundays, Town Restaurant is one of the top choices for brunch in the city and comes alive with merry making and gourmet indulgence.


Jade offers diners authentic Chinese cuisine of exceptional quality and warm hospitality, amply earning for itself the reputation of its precious gemstone namesake. With its revamp in 2017, the restaurant upped the ante by unveiling a more focused culinary direction by Executive Chinese Chef Leong Chee Yeng and new interiors, enhancing the dining experience for connoisseurs. The 120-seat establishment, featuring two private rooms and two partitioned areas, is beautifully appointed in a colour palette reflecting the lustre of jade, specially commissioned wallpaper and evocative overhead lantern lighting among other exquisite design elements. Housed within the historic and beautifully conserved The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, itself a National Monument, Jade represents a fusion of heritage, design, culture, and exquisite dining that is unique to the Singapore culinary scene.

The Fullerton Cake Boutique

The Fullerton Cake Boutique promises delicious moments for sharing or a well-deserved treat for oneself. Choose from a selection of cakes and pastries freshly crafted by our Pastry Chefs using only the finest ingredients. Enjoy the enticing creations with coffee or tea in the sunlit atrium of the North Courtyard or have them packed to go as a spontaneous and very special indulgence.