Fairmont Hotel Singapore; top class rooms and facilities set in a stylish backdrop.
Located a short stroll away from the war memorial park and 10 minutes from the Esplanades theatre area, the Fairmont Hotel Singapore is conveniently located right in the heart of Singapores vibrant CBD. In fact the hotel actually sits right on top of the Raffles City Complex in the Bras Basah artist district, a central location that will put you within walking distance of the always exciting Orchard road shopping hub and many other must see tourist attractions.
The Fairmont hotel has a simple yet elegant decor with smooth marble and furnished wood fittings put together in a clean design and sprinkled with contemporary fine art to give it an original look. Guests have a choice of 769 individual rooms and 5 specific styles within these including the Fairmont double, deluxe double, signature double, executive club and the plaza view suites. Each comes with large floor to ceiling windows that lead out onto a balcony and takes up most of one wall illuminating the room with natural light. No matter which room you choose expect a range of comforts and amenities that include, a wide screen TV, full cable channels, radio and alarm clock, IDD telephone, a refreshments corner with a coffee and tea maker, an electronic safe, a hair dryer and an ironing board facility.
The Fairmont hotel is aware that many thousands of visitors stop in Singapore for business trips and have set up a fully equipped business centre to help accommodate their needs. The center is staffed by a team of experienced workers with secretarial and administration skills which they gladly offer to guests if needed. Visitors can also gain access to a range of office equipment, such as photo copiers, printers, fax machines, the internet and a speed courier service to help deliver any documents in a hurry. If needed there is also roughly 17,000 square feet of well equipped and catered for meeting space for those requiring a place to talk privately with clients.
When it comes to relaxation the Fairmont hotel Singapore is home to the Willow Stream Spa which offers a range of therapeutic and revitalizing treatments to help your body detoxify, while also soothing the soul. Alternatively visitors might prefer a quick game of tennis or an energizing gym workout followed by a long dip in the warm Jacuzzi, all available on-site and to paying guests.
The one thing that the Fairmont hotel doesnt lack in are places to eat, there are 15 restaurants and bars in total on-site offering a wide variety of unique culinary delights that will satisfy even the most hardened of palettes.
Alligator pear Situated right besides the pool this particular restaurant offers a range of natural and nutritious meals, as well as fruit juice mixes and shakes.
Caf Swiss This fabulous European restaurant offers both buffet styled and a la carte meals. They focus on fresh European styled dishes and also prepare light snacks, such as sandwiches, cakes and pastries.
City Space Located on level 70 this comfy lounge area is meant for light cocktails and good conversation, with a mix of jazz and chilled out sounds being played in the background.
Equinox Restaurant - This 165 seated fine dining restaurant sits on the top floor with stunning 360 degree panoramic views of the city that will keep you engaged while you eat, looking out at the city skyline and beyond.
Inagiku This is a well known Singaporean establishment that offers a mouth watering menu of authentic Japanese delights, as well as light sushi rolls.
INK Bar A trendy after hours bar/disco that draws in locals wanting to party it up till early in the morning, with a wide selection of drinks and light snacks.
Introbar A cozy yet stylish bar that serves a wide range of beers, cocktails and spirits from all over the globe.
JAAN A fantastic Scandinavian restaurant that is definitely worth a try for those looking for something out of the ordinary in terms of fine dining.
Kopi Tiam A must try for any first time visitor looking for the real taste of Singapore.
Lobby Court In a few words, coffee, tea, cocktails and a great relaxing atmosphere.
New Asia An ultra trendy night spot for anyone looking to have a few drinks and make friends on holiday; there are regular DJ nights to help get things going.
Out of the Pan This restaurant specializes in sweet and savory crepes, as well as simple light foods such as soups and salads.
Asian Market Caf Offering a mix of Chinese, Turkish, Malay and Indian dishes, you can choose between authentic and halal versions depending on your preferences.
Prego Experience authentic Italian home cooking, that includes stone oven cooked pizzas and various styles of herb infused pastas.
Szechuan court and Kitchen Enjoy a menu filled with some of Chinas most sought after delicacies, from fragrant tea leaf smoked duck to mixed chilly tofu soups.