As well as being a quality hotel with fantastic service, the history of the Fullerton makes it a much more interesting place to stay than some of the standard high rise city hotels in Singapore.
If you’ve ever watched the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix on TV, then the chances are you’ll have seen cars flying past The Fullerton during the race. The grand white building is a majestic colonial gem used initially many years ago as both a post office and a lighthouse. Despite its historical past and period façade, the interiors are contemporary and plush with all mod cons. The hotel is located in the heart of Singapore in the marina area, which has a range of waterfront restaurants, many shops, and a fascinatingmuseumofAsianculture.
The outdoor infinity pool and many of the rooms have views out across the harbour and the river giving you an excellent viewpoint of Singapore skyline. The prime place to take in these views is at The Lighthouse Italian restaurant, situated on the top floor of the hotel where the lighthouse keepers used to guide ships into the harbour. There are other nods to theFullerton’s past throughout the building, including a traditional British red post box in the lobby!
In essence, this is a fantastic quality hotel, and the prices are fairly reasonable given the high standard of facilities, style, and service.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
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