Raffles Hotel Singapore delights guests with curated, immersive experiences. Coming off a restoration in 2019, the iconic property welcomes back international guests with unique offerings.
Explore Raffles’ diverse culinary offerings during your stay. Enjoy French fine dining at La Dame de Pic. Experience flavors of the Italian Riviera at Osteria BBR. Discover authentic Chinese cuisine at 藝 yì. Tiffin Room offers guests traditional North Indian dishes. Delight in avant garde, wood-fired cuisine at Butcher’s Block. Other iconic culinary experiences include afternoon tea service and the chance to sip on a Singapore Sling at the very place where it was created.
Join a local entrepreneur on a bicycle tour of the city and learn about his experiences growing up in Singapore. The tour includes stops at important landmarks to the city’s and the hotel’s history. The tour is available to book as an add-on to your stay.
“A Life Intertwined: Reminiscences of an Accidental Raffles Historian”
“A Life Intertwined: Reminiscences of an Accidental Raffles Historian,” written by Raffles’ resident historian Leslie Danker, recounts his personal stories and recollections of 48 years with the hotel. To accompany the book’s release, guests can book an experience which includes daily breakfast for two at Tiffin Room, the Raffles Heritage Evening experience for two, a trishaw ride around the hotel detailing locations in the book and a copy of the book signed by Danker.
The Curious Case of the Missing Peranakan Treasure
Earlier this year, Raffles debuted the first-of-its-kind, virtual, interactive play, The Curious Case of the Missing Peranakan Treasure. The whodunit tale invites guests and participants around the world to investigate the mystery.
Private Museum Tour
Learn more about the local Peranakan culture through a private museum tour of The Intan, a Peranakan home museum. The award-winning museum’s owner and curator leads the tour. Learn about the history, traditions and culture of the Peranakan people. The tour includes complimentary round-trip Raffles limousine transfers, an experience of traditional Peranakan dishes and the opportunity to view the curator’s private collection.
In addition to these immersive experiences, guests have access to the Raffles arcade, Raffles spa and Raffles boutique. Guests may also book a history tour led by resident historians. Learn more about these experiences here.
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