Raffles The Plaza, Singapore
2 Stamford Road
Nightly Rates: ( 402.00 - 1,178.27 )
Raffles The Plaza, Singapore enjoys the best location in Singapore, sharing the city's finest business and recreational facilities as well as one of the largest convention centers. The City Hall Mass Rapid Transit (subway) Interchange is within the hotel complex, providing easy access to the central business district and the city's major attractions. Renovated in 2000, Raffles The Plaza now also features a chic new lobby and a host of cutting-edge facilities and services. With its central location, impeccable service and extraordinary selection of fine restaurants, Raffles The Plaza is the ideal choice for an unforgettable stay in Singapore.
Amenities· Babysitting/Child Services
· Barber/Beauty Shop
· Coffee Maker in Room
· 24 Hour Front Desk
· Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
· Free Local Telephone Calls
· Hairdryers Available
· Mini Bar
· Modem Lines in Room
· Meeting/Banquet Facilities
· Meeting/Banquet Facilities
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· Room Service
· Safe Deposit Box
· Shops/Commercial Services
· Fitness Center or Spa
· Television with Cable
· Laundry/Valet Services
· VIP Rooms/Services
Room InformationSouth Tower
At Raffles The Plaza, Singapore, we believe you room should be a private sanctuary. A quiet refuge from the many activities you'll no doubt find yourself amidst. The elegantly plush South Tower guestrooms and suites have been created for a high degree of pampering. Upon entering, you'll immediately appreciate its spaciousness.
Premier Deluxe Room
An oasis of calm, the Premier Deluxe room is designed to pamper and soothe weary nerves. From the pleasant colour scheme to the luxurious bed and Rain-drop shower - every feature is tailored to make one feel at home. Ensuring your comfort are also the goose-down pillows and quilt and parquet flooring. Each Premier Deluxe room is also equipped with high speed Broadband internet access, which provides affordable Internet access at a speed up to 300 times faster than conventional dial-up.
Premier Grand Room
Ideal for long-stay travellers, the Premier Grand rooms are tucked away in quiet and tranquil corners of the hotel. Unique features of the rooms include a spacious walk-in closet, a separate sitting area and two balconies. Luxurious features continue in the bathroom with a new ceiling showerhead that lets you unwind with a shower that is just as refreshing as a tropical rainstorm - the perfect complement to the Aveda and Amrita Spa toiletries that will leave you feeling renewed and reinvigorated.
Raffles Inc. Premier Executive Club
The Raffles Inc. Premier Executive Club rooms are equipped with all the facilities that a business traveller needs to stay ahead of the competition, with high speed Internet access available in all Raffles Inc. rooms. In addition, Raffles Inc. guests also enjoy the exclusive access and use of the private lounge where breakfast and evening cocktails are served daily. Also on hand are the expert services of the Raffles Inc. Concierge.
Plaza View Suites
The Plaza View Suites at Raffles The Plaza are luxurious and versatile. Offering all the features of the Premier Rooms such as high speed Broadband internet access, luxurious bedding, the Raindrop Shower and Hotel Mobile Extension phones, these Suites offer the additional luxury of space. Perfect for both business and family travellers, the Plaza View Suites offer guests the versatile combination of 1 or 2 bedrooms units, connected to an adjoining lounge.
Modern and contemporary, the Penthouse Suites are ideal for the traveller who expects more than the ordinary. In addition to the full features of all Premier Rooms, the Penthouse Suites offer the ultimate in luxury, with extensive space and exclusive in-room facilities such as a private sauna and jacuzzi.
In the North Tower you can choose from the following roomtypes: * Deluxe Room * Grand Room * Raffles Inc. Executive Club * Theme Suites
Luxurious and Stylish. At 38.6 sq. m.(415 sq. ft.), the Deluxe room offers the assurance of extensive space, complete comfort and the impeccable Raffles Service.
A quiet and spacious corner room, ideal for both the executive traveler as well as the leisure traveler. At almost twice the size of a Deluxe room, the Grand Room includes special features such as a separate sitting area as well as a large writing desk.
Raffles Inc. Executive Club
The Raffles Inc. Executive Club provides the perfect setting, catering to all your business needs. All Raffles Inc. rooms are equipped with 2-line phones and a data port so that you may work from the comfort of your own room. Other amenities that Raffles Inc. guests enjoy are the exclusive access and use of the private lounge, where daily breakfast and evening cocktails are served. Also on hand are the attentive services of the Raffles Inc. Concierge.
Truly the last word in gracious living. Each Theme Suite at Raffles The Plaza is decorated in its very own unique Asian style and offers up to 2 bedrooms, connected with a spacious dining and living area. Luxury facilities in these suites include their very own private sauna and jacuzzi.
Actual rates may vary depending upon availability and season.
· Singapore Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 2 PM
· Check out time is 1 PM
· Time Zone is GMT + 8 Hours
· Opened in 1986
· Renovated in 2000
· 769 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 26 floors.
Take East Coast Parkway to Rochor Road. Turn left on Beach Road. The hotel is on the junction of Beach Road and Bras Basah Road.
Nearby Airports: * Singapore Changi International Airport - 16 Miles
Singapore Changi International Airport - 16 Miles
Credit card guarantee required on all reservations.
To avoid penalty please cancel or modifications 48 hours prior to arrival.
With a wide range of lively restaurants and bars to offer, going hungry is certainly not an option here at Raffles The Plaza, Singapore. Together with sister hotel, Swissôtel The Stamford, dining at any of our restaurants guarantees to be a rewarding and satisfying experience as each outlet serves up specialty cuisines with the 5-star flair of our hotels. From funky Italian to traditional Japanese and authentic Szechuan cuisine, our award- winning chefs will literally transport you and your tastebuds all around the world, whipping up the best of what the dining scene in Singapore can offer.Kopi Tiam
Savor the full range of classic Local Favorites here at Kopi Tiam. Opening Hours are from 11.30am - 10.30pm and the restaurant is located at Level 2 of the hotel. Cuisine featured here are of Local/Singapore delights. The dress code at Kopi Tiam is Relaxed and Casual. Menu prices range between $10.00 - $20.00 per item. Signature items include Laksa. Kopi Tiam may be reached at Tel +65 431 6221.Stamford Cafe
Rest and relax in this "al fresco" all-day dining restaurant. Opening Hours : Breakfast : 7am - 10am (Mon - Fri) 7am to 10.30am (Sat, Sun & Public Holiday); All Day Dining : 12.00pm to 10.00pm (Mon - Thu) 12.00pm to 11.00pm (Fri & Sat) 12.00pm to 8pm (Sun); Location : Level 2, Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore; Cuisine : Snacks & Sandwiches ; Meal Periods Served : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner; Dress Code : Casual; Menu Price Range : $7.50 - $14.90; Signature Items : Fish & Chips; Telephone Number : +65 431 6225Aligator Pear
Sip on cool refreshing cocktails or tuck into deliciously prepared meals here at our al fresco poolside restaurant. Opening Hours : 7am - 3pm Weekdays, 7am - 6pm Weekends. Beverages available daily till 9.30pm; Location : Level 8, Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore; Cuisine : Beverages, Snacks, Healthy Meals; Meal Periods Served : Breakfast, Lunch; Dress Code : Casual; Menu Price Range : S$7.50 to $30.00; Signature Items : Salads, Grill Items, Pizza; Telephone Number : +65 431 5302Prego
Be seen at Singapore's biggest and funkiest Italian restaurant and bar. Opening Hours : 11.30am - 12.30am daily; Location : Level 1, Raffles The Plaza, Singapore; Cuisine : Italian Meal Periods Served : Lunch, Snacks, Dinner & Supper Dress Code : Smart Casual Menu Price Range : $17.50 - $22.00 Signature Items : Prego Pizza, Lasagne, Saturday Antipasto Lunch Buffet, Sunday Champagne Brunch. Telephone Number : +65 431 5156Inagiku
Offering the finest in authentic Japanese cuisine. Opening Hours : Lunch : 12pm - 2.30pm; Dinner : 6.30pm - 10.30pm; Location : Level 3, Raffles The Plaza, Singapore; Cuisine : Japanese; Meal Periods Served : Lunch, Dinner; Dress Code : Smart Casual; Menu Price Range : $35.00 - $150.00; Signature Items : Tempura, Teppanyaki; Telephone Number : +65 431 5305Szechuan Court
Authenticity is the secret. Spices, ingredients and even our Chefs are flown in direct from the Szechuan province in China. Opening Hours : Lunch : 12pm - 2.30pm; Dinner : 6.30pm - 10.30pm; All-day Dining (Szechuan Kitchen) : 10am - 9.30pm (Sat & Sun); Location : Level 3, Raffles The Plaza, Singapore; Cuisine : Szechuan; Meal Periods Served : Lunch, Dinner & Szechuan Kitchen All-day (Sat & Sun); Dress Code : Smart Casual; Menu Price Range : $10.00 - $40.00; Signature Items : Hot & Sour Soup, Smoked Duck with Tea Leaves; Telephone Number : +65 431 5323Somerset's Bar
Unwind at one of the longest bars in Singapore, renowned forits cocktails and live Jazz music. Opening Hours : 5pm - 2am daily; Happy Hours : 5pm - 8.30pm daily; Location : Level 3, Raffles The Plaza, Singapore; Cuisine : Drinks, Snacks; Dress Code : Casual; Menu Price Range : $7.00 - $19.80; Signature Items : Somerset's Sax Cocktail; Telephone Number : +65 431 5331
Space - here at the Raffles The Plaza, Singapore, we have plenty of it. With 80 000 ft. of Prime Meeting and Banquet space, 1261 Guest Rooms, State-of-the-Art Meeting rooms and the most elegantly furnished Ballrooms, arranging any function for any number of people has never been easier. At Raffles The Plaza, Singapore, we aim to please our guests in every way - simply talk to us about the nature of your event, your requirements and leave all the organizational details to us.Raffles Ballroom
The Raffles Ballroom is one of the largest column-free ballrooms in Singapore. It is a magnificent ballroom that can accommodate up to 3,200 people. It has what is believed to be the largest chandelier in the world and was the first hotel ballroom in Asia to install "smart light technology, a state of the art lighting system which allows precision lighting and the creation of stunning effects. If you desire something on a smaller scale, 28-foot high motorized walls can be deployed to divide it into 3 separate rooms: Canning, Padang and Collyer. Other facilities built into the Raffles Ballroom are the 90-speaker concert quality ceiling sound system and 5 built-in screens, all supported by the latest in audio-visual technology. Beside the Raffles Ballroom is also the VIP Lounge - a room ideal for entertaining VIP attendees to your function or alternatively, serve as additional function space for your event.Stamford Ballroom
The Stamford Ballroom is a grand column-free ballroom, which can hold up to 1,000 people. For more intimate functions, it can be divided by a partition wall into two rooms: Sophia and Olivia, each with their own private foyer, which is ideal for breakout lunches, coffee breaks and cocktails. As with the Raffles Ballroom, the Stamford Ballroom is also equipped with "smart light" technology and has 78 ceiling speakers and 3 built in screens.Atrium Ballroom
The Atrium Ballroom is an elegant ballroom, which can hold up to 450 people. Sleek and contemporary in décor, the Atrium Ballroom can be divided into 3 separate meeting rooms: Moor, Morrison and Hullet. Combining warm elegance and spacious comfort, the Atrium Ballroom is ideal for all business events.Plaza Meeting Rooms
Within this set of meeting rooms, there are four rooms, Indiana, Minto, Mercury and Enterprise, which can accommodate up to 100 people each. Versatile and functional, these rooms can be connected to form 2 larger rooms, which can each hold up to 150 people. Full-length glass sliding doors along the side of the room also allow natural light in, which can be blocked out with in-built motorized screens. Audio-visual equipment such as slide and film projectors, translation booths, computers as well as technical support are also readily available and can be provided.Stamford Meeting Rooms
Recently renovated, this suite of six rooms is perfect for all meeting and conference needs. Overlooking the Padang, each room (Clark, Ord, Blundell, Butterworth,Bonham and Fullerton) can accommodate up to 35 people. Audio-visual equipment such as slide and film projectors, computers as well as technical support are readily available and can be provided.Executive Conference Centre
State-of-the-art technology is truly at your fingertips in the Executive Conference Rooms, the ideal rooms for all high-powered meetings. These 2 rooms, Bailey and Wilberforce, boast of a flexible modular table system and ergonomic chairs that seat up to 20 people each. All features of these hi-tech rooms are controlled from an icon based touch screen, which allows you to adjust anything within the room from the comfort of your seat. These include the lighting, air-conditioning, the Viracon privacy glass, the Satellite Conference System, the Visualiser presentation system and all audio-visual equipment. You can be assured that you will be in complete control of your meeting.Bras Basah & Orchard Rooms
Alongside the Executive Conference Center, are the Bras Basah and Orchard function rooms. Bras Basah room can seat up to 160 people and can be divided into 2 smaller meeting rooms, while Orchard room can seat up to 120 people and can be partitioned into 3 smaller rooms. Their ideal sizes and versatility make these rooms popular meeting and conference venues. Audio-visual equipment such as slide and film projectors, translation booths, computers as well as technical support are readily available and can be provided.
Area AttractionsLocal Attractions
* Chijmes Hall - 1 Block * Merlion Park - 2 Kilometers * National Museum of Singapore - 3 Kilometers * Orchard Road Shopping and Entertainment District - 3 Kilometers * Boat Quay - 4 Kilometers * China Town - 5 Kilometers * Little India - 5 Kilometers * Singapore Botanical Gardens - 5 Kilometers * Shenton Way Commercial and Banking District - 6 Kilometers * Sentosa Island - 7 Kilometers * Singapore Zoological Gardens - 16 Kilometers * Jurong Bird Park - 25 KilometersThe Singapore Art Museum
Housed in the historic building that once was Saint Joseph's Institution and located 5 minutes from Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore, is the Singapore Art Museum. Devoted to the study and preservation of contemporary art in the Southeast Asian region, the Singapore Art Museum boasts of a collection of art works that enjoys historical significance and aesthetic value. To visitors and art lovers, the museum offers exhibitions, educational programmes and publications on visual arts from the region and international scenes.Boat Quay and Clark Quay
There is a the free trolley service from City Hall MRT (C2) to these areas taking approximately a 10 minute duration. More than 35 bars and restaurants have opened in Boat Quay featuring alfresco dining along the riverbank. This is a favorite spot for both locals and visitors seeking good food and a cool breeze. The waterfront shophouses are also home to blues bar, karaoke lounges and pubs. Their wooden shutters and floorboards and lazy ceiling fans provide a cosy and friendly atmosphere. Here you will find watering holes offering a wide variety of music and live entertainment from jazz to Tamil rock. Just up-river stands Clarke Quay, a paradise for shopping, dining and entertainment. These 60 godowns and shophouses have been converted into 200 shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment outlets. They are housed in five main blocks of restored godowns and shophouses - Merchants' Court, The Foundry, The Cannery, Shophouse Row and Traders' Market. This area has a festive atmosphere and street ambience that is unique - the Clarke Quay Satay Club, Hawker's Alley street dining and activities, 40 pushcarts selling knick-knacks and a Disney-style Adventure Ride. Dining alfresco is popular by the waterfront and along the streets. Lining the quayside are full service restaurants, food pavilions and pushcarts offering a wide variety of cuisine.Orchard Road
Orchard Road is Singapore's premier shopping area, a dynamic and exciting experience of sensational sights, sounds and scenes. Located a short bus ride away for Westin, it bustles with a vibrant, heady mixture of East and West; the designer labels of Paris, the exotic fare of Asia, the festivals of Singapore, the world-class entertainers and the arts and cultures from around the globe.CHIJMES
Just on the next block from Raffles The Plaza, Singapore, tourists can now savor a taste of art, culture and new-vogue shopping and dining at one convenient destination, CHIJMES - Singapore's new center of style. Formerly the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus, CHIJMES has undergone a three-year restoration program. Food and entertainment outlets occupy 70 per cent of the commercial space available on the 4-acre site in Victoria Street. A sunken forecourt has been constructed in the center of the building to house specialty food and beverage outlets, not unlike what you would expect to find in Germany or France. CHIJMES' combination of history and new style retail and dining outlets, makes the center a popular stop for all tours.Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Center (SICEC)
The Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Center (SICEC) is located a crossroad away from Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore. It is the latest hi-tech, purpose-built meeting venue. Spanning 100,000 sqm across 6 spacious levels, the Center is one of the largest in the region and is well set to facilitate Singapore's aim of becoming the regional hub for business and the arts. The S$650 million Center is an integral part of Suntec City, a mega-complex which also comprises a shopping mall, entertainment mall, 5 office towers and a large underground car park linked directly to the convention and exhibition center.The Merlion Park
The Merlion Park is home to the half-lion, half-fish sculpture, which is a national icon. Officially installed on 15 September 1972, the Merlion statue, situated at the mouth of the Singapore River is a favorite among photographers and tourists. Take a stroll from the hotel to this idyllic park where you can sit on the rustic benches and imagine what colonial Singapore was once like.War Memorial Park
This strikingly simple memorial is dedicated to the civilians who lost their lives during the Japanese occupation in the Second World War. Affectionately known as "The Chopsticks", this memorial is located opposite the entrance of Raffles The Plaza, Singapore.Raffles Hotel
In 1887, this grand Old Lady of the East is one of the world's last great 19th century hotels. A favourite retreat of writers and movie stars, the hotel is home of the Singapore Sling, a celebrated cocktail. Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad and Charlie Chaplin were among its most illustrious guests served.Victoria Concert Hall
Located next to the Sir Stamford Raffle's landing point along the Singapore River in 1819, is the Victoria Concert Hall, home of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Belonging to a set of colonial buildings where the Singapore Parliament and City Hall reside, the Victoria Concert Hall is host to numerous exciting performances.St Andrews Cathedral
Singapore's Gothic Anglican cathedral was built between 1856 - 1861 by Indian convict laborers and was part of Sir Stamford Raffle's plan to create a civic and cultural heart for Singapore. Its glossy, white interior comes from the use of Madras Chunam, a mixture of egg white, sugar, and shell lime. It is located opposite Raffles The Plaza, Singapore.The Singapore History Museum
The Singapore History Museum is conveniently located a 15 minute walk away from the hotel. It's mission is to explore and to enhance the national identity of Singapore by preserving, presenting and interpreting the nation's history and material culture in the context of its multi-cultural origins. It has launched an exciting program of exhibitions and activities tracing the history of Singapore and presenting it from a Singaporean perspective. These highlight trends and developments that have characterized and shaped life and history in Singapore, in the areas of demographics, social identities, festivals, trade and commerce, etc.