Looming large over Marine Bay at the mouth of the Singapore River, the massive Doric columns and lofty portico of the Fullerton epitomize the strident self-confidence of the British Empire at its zenith in the 1920s. Fashioned from Aberdeen granite, the building originally housed the GPO and Singapore Club, and later accommodated Japan’s top military brass in World War II. Its 400 rooms and suites were lavishly refitted in 2000 and now comprise a grand 5-star in classical style, featuring a 25-metre infinity pool, award-winning spa and glamorous restaurants. Most rooms enjoy sweeping panoramic views over the city skyline and riverside promenade.
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