Singapore’s Raffles Hotel reopens following two-year facelift

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After 2.5 years of restoration work, the iconic Raffles Singapore hotel has reopened completely, now offering an all-suite concept.

The restoration of the property, which was designated a national monument in 1987, was led by interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud and was also supported by Aedas, a global architecture and design firm.

There are 115 keys across nine suite categories, from the lead-in State Room Suites to the Presidential Suites. Recreational facilities on-site include the Raffles Spa, 24-hour gym and a rooftop swimming pool. Hotel guests may also avail the service of Raffles Butlers.

There are 10 F&B concepts, ranging from the well-known Long Bar where its most famous cocktail, the Singapore Sling, can be enjoyed; to French restaurant La Dame de Pic by Anne-Sophie Pic of three-Michelin-star Maison Pic in Valence, France.

Event planners have seven indoor and outdoor function spaces to choose from, the largest being the Jubilee Ballroom which can hold up to 500 guests cocktail-style.

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