Raffles Hotel

Row 1

1 Beach Rd.
Singapore, 189673
+65 6337 1886

Foursquare Tips

  • This gorgeous hotel is truly a legend, immortalized by the novels of Rudyard Kipling and others. Don't miss the afternoon tea and the original Singapore Sling, which was founded here at the Long Bar.
  • you may try Ascott Raffles Place Serviced Residence
  • Singapore Sling ofcourse!
  • On 3/21/12, I was here to accept the Lee Kuan World City Prize for NYC's leadership and achievement in sustainability: http://bit.ly/GEolP6
  • A hotel icon in Singapore and is famous all over the world, this luxurious accommodation will spoil you to your heart's content. Order the Singapore Sling, this is where it was born.
  • Beaucoup de grce.
  • Feeling spontaneous? Instead of just a Singapore Sling, why not spend the night at Raffles? Use code 4SQHQ for a 10% off your (already discounted!) booking through the HotelQuickly app.
  • You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining/drinking here. It has numerous excellent restaurants/bars you can choose from.
  • The 1887 Raffles has undergone several face-lifts but stays true to its colonial-style past. Sikh doormen welcome guests in the driveway and suites are done up in antiques and Oriental carpets.
  • The 120-plus-year-old Raffles Hotel is known for its expansive tropical gardens and flawless service. The storied Long Bar was the birthplace of the infamous local cocktail, the Singapore Sling.
  • Raffles lived up to all my expectations. Best Hotel in SG! Old world elegance, very traditional in every way. The service is impeccable, staffs are well trained. I'll definitely stay here again. :)
  • Do not miss the Long Bar
  • Try the degustation menu at the Raffles Grill. Superb!
  • Good place for photos taken
  • Traditional.
  • Love the long bar so much...drink singapore sling again..
  • Magical place.
  • Where else would you have your Singapore sling?
  • Awesome afternoon tea.
  • You can't go past a sling. The 1887 isn't as sweet, but neither is the "original" anymore. Maybe they've improved the recipe over the years?