The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
Address80 Collyer Quay SingaporeSee nearby area
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Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore offers luxurious accommodation a 10-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT Station. Offering free Wi-Fi and free parking, it boasts a rooftop landscaped pool and rooftop bar.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is a 25-minute drive from Changi International Airport and an 8-minute drive from Clarke Quay.
The spacious rooms at Hotel Fullerton Bay feature classy rosewood and chrome textures and floor-to-ceiling windows. Each room is fitted with an iPod dock and Nespresso coffee machine. En-suite bathrooms offer a bathtub and feature Molton Brown toiletries.
Guests can laze in the hotel's hot tub or work out at the fitness centre while enjoying views of Singapore’s skyscape. The hotel offers free daytime shuttle services to Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre, Centrepoint Shopping Centre and Orchard Paragon during weekends and public holidays.
Clifford features indoor and outdoor waterfront dining, with a wide selection of wine and French cuisine. The Landing Point offers Asian comforts, while Lantern serves gourmet snacks and drinks served to live entertainment.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is committed to providing a smoke-free environment in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees. Smoking is not permitted in our guest rooms, suites or public spaces. A cleaning fee will be charged to any guest who violates the smoking policy. For guests who wish to smoke, we simply ask that you proceed to the designated smoking areas at the alfresco terraces of Clifford or The Landing Point.
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