Raffles Singapore Now Available for Reservations Starting August 2019

Raffles Singapore

Raffles Singapore, closed for restoration since December 2017, announced it has begun accepting reservations for stays starting August 1, 2019. Travelers can book stays in State Room Suites, Courtyard Suites, Palm Court Suites, Personality Suites and Residence Suites. All other suites are still being curated and are not yet available for reservation.

When it reopens mid-2019, the historic Raffles Singapore will unveil several changes. The property will introduce a new spa and refreshed recreational facilities. The hotel’s renovations will also bring with it the introduction of the new Victorian-inspired Jubilee Ballroom. Additionally, The Palm Ballroom will return, restored and updated.

Raffles Singapore will also be introducing several new dining options when it returns. BBR by Alain Ducasse will serve Mediterranean food in a modern-style setting. La Dame de Pic will see three Michelin star chef Anne-Sophie Pic making her Asia debut. Yi by Jeremy Leung will offer traditional Cantonese food, in addition to some variations of ancient delicacies. Butcher’s Block, a steakhouse, will serve single sourced meats with resident meat specialists on hand to guide guests. Other dining offerings, such as the Tiffin Room, Long Bar and The Lobby, will return with some changes.

Free Luxury Travel Newsletter

Like this story? Subscribe to The Dossier

Luxury Travel Advisor’s only newsletter, covering unique destinations and product news for affluent travelers. Delivered every Tuesday & Thursday.

Colonial-style luxury hotel Raffles Singapore has been undergoing improvements since it closed for restoration in December 2017. When it returns, its suites, increased from a count of 103 to 115, will feature upgraded amenities and technology.

Related Articles

Update on the Restoration of Raffles Singapore

Raffles Singapore Combines Traditional Food With Modern Twist

Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris Debuts Arctic Pop-Up Terrace

The World's Best First Class? Bedding Down in Singapore Airlines' Suites

Suggested Articles:

Virtuoso SVP, Strategy David Kolner shared insights from the network's advisors and database to see how COVID-19 is changing travel habits.

Lotte New York Palace reopens Monday with new safety protocols created in partnership with a health expert. Here's what guests can expect.

Thanks to centuries of North African and Middle Eastern influences, Sicily's cuisine is a crossroads of cultures. Learn more here.