Upon opening in the summer of 2010, the glittering Fullerton Bay Hotel became one of Singapore’s premier luxury properties. Its 100 guest rooms, five culturally themed suites and one presidential suite have floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies overlooking Marina Bay, while the hotel’s interior design by highly sought-after architect Andre Fu features antique nautical maps and newly commissioned art works. Three dining options, also designed by Fu, include the modern brasserie Clifford (named after historic Clifford Pier, where the hotel is located), with an 800-bottle fine wine list and 32-foot windows on the Bay; The Landing Point, a sophisticated lounge with elevated comfort food and creative cocktails served along its 42-foot-long bar; and Lantern, the rooftop bar with an 82-foot-long swimming pool offering skyline views. Other facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness center and meeting rooms, while high-speed Internet is available in every room and WiFi is accessible throughout the entire hotel. The Fullerton Bay is approximately a 20-minute drive from Changi International Airport (SIN).
Location: Strategically placed at the centre of Singapore's business district, the Singapore Fullerton Bay is the newest hotel along the stunning Marina Bay waterfront.
History: The Fullerton Bay is relatively new, but within its short history, it has managed to pick up the Best New Business Hotel Worldwide by Business Traveller UK magazine.
Service: Business guests can take full advantage of this hotel’s long list of business-oriented services, while those looking to explore Singapore will appreciate the complimentary shuttle service provided for guests.
There are seven different room types for guests to choose from at the Fullerton Bay, including the prestigious Presidential Suite which spans 1,636-square-feet. All rooms have an extremely elegant and modern decor and include state-of-the-art in-room facilities to give guests the ultimate in luxury hotel living.
The Bay View rooms at the Fullerton Bay provide guests with panoramic views of the Marina Bay waterfront, as well as the spectacular Singapore skyline. Luxurious touches include double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, fine Egyptian cotton linen, goose down bedding, customized Bvlgari Red Tea collection room amenities, and an exclusive balcony. Modern touches include LCD TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, wireless internet access, and more.
The Fullerton Bay’s Deluxe Rooms offer guests charming views of well-preserved heritage buildings. Luxurious touches include double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, fine Egyptian cotton linen, goose down bedding, customized Bvlgari Red Tea collection room amenities, and an exclusive balcony. Modern touches include LCD TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, wireless internet access, and more.
The hotel’s Premier Rooms provide guests with lovely views of Singapore’s dazzling skyline, as well as well-known landmarks including Clifford Pier and Merlion Park. Luxurious touches include double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows, fine Egyptian cotton linen, goose down bedding, customized Bvlgari Red Tea collection room amenities, and an exclusive balcony. Modern touches include LCD TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, wireless internet access, and more.
Guests will enjoy the Fullerton Bay’s extensive facilities, which range from a fully-equipped gym, to a rooftop pool, and some of the most innovative meeting places one can imagine.
Those who want to keep in shape while staying at the Fullerton Bay will not be disappointed by the hotel’s well-equipped fitness center, featuring TechnoGym machines integrated with TV sets. There is also an outdoor deck that works as an ideal platform for yoga and pilates exercises.
The Fullerton Bay provides guests with three meeting rooms, ideal for boardroom meetings and presentations, as well as intimate dinners. The hotel’s most exciting meeting facilities, however, were just introduced in 2012: three floating event pods built on the hotel’s harbour, reminiscent of trading boats but in a modern setting.
Guests wanting to take in some of the best views in Singapore can head up to the rooftop pool, surrounded by lush greenery, where they can enjoy stunning panoramas of the beautiful Singapore skyline. A poolside bar also serves up refreshing drinks in a chic and luxurious atmosphere.
This hotel provides its guests with some of the world’s finest cuisines and chefs to present them. With modern-yet-classy interiors and stunning views of the Singapore waterfront, the two restaurants and rooftop bar and the Fullerton Singapore will surely not disappoint.
This grand restaurant, with its high ceilings, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, vintage furnishings, and oak floors. Guests can enjoy an extensive list of wines to accompany their fine dishes bursting with robust flavors and accented by the freshest natural produce.
This rooftop bar has its very own pool, providing patrons with stunning panoramas of Marina Bay waterfront, alongside gourmet snacks, and fine refreshments. Guests will love the luxuriously chic atmosphere here, set to the sweet sounds of sensual beats.
This golden-themed restaurant is many shades of sophisticated chic, with a majestic 43-foot-long bar, serves up hearty classical dishes, from organic salads to delicious sandwiches, and Asian favorites.
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