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The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

  • Written by Julie Seat

Sunsets over Singapore

Mix majestic views with a cocktail or two at The Fullerton Heritage precinct’s famous rooftop bars

Renowned for its spectacular skyline and outstanding cuisine, Singapore is also well on the way to securing a reputation for its excellent bar scene, complete with rooftop venues that offer ideal vantage points to take in the stunning city views.


Occupying a prime position to enjoy the Singapore skyline, Lantern is a stylish rooftop bar located on the sixth floor of The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore. With a nod to Singapore’s forebearers, Lantern is named after the historic Clifford Pier’s original Chinese name, Red Lantern Pier, which was once lit by red lanterns illuminating the way for seafarers to land in Singapore before the advent of air travel.


Views aside, there are several other reasons to visit Lantern. The large terrace is framed by lush green landscaping, an infinity pool and beautiful lounge furniture. Even though the setting is luxe, the ambience is relaxed. Lantern dishes up gourmet snacks and serves lunch and dinner daily, as well as a tempting list of fine champagnes and wines. Cocktails are equally fantastic, created by a team of expert mixologists using fresh seasonal ingredients and spices.


Fruity favourites include Lantern’s iconic gin slings, inspired by the Lion City’s namesake Singapore Sling. The Red Lantern sling is crafted using tequila, fresh watermelon juice, cucumber and lime; and the Merlion features a fresh mix of tequila, young ginger, lime and club soda. 


Open until 1am Sunday through Thursday and until 2am on weekends, the cocktails at Lantern flow from 5pm. Settle in early to catch a fantastic sunset and stay on to watch the light and water show over Marina Bay. When the sun goes down, the sounds turn up, with the resident DJ spinning house beats Sunday through Thursday from 8pm until midnight, and from 9pm until 1am on weekends.


A stone’s throw away at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Lighthouse Restaurant and Rooftop Bar sits atop the city’s former General Post Office, where a beacon once guided mariners into the safety of Singapore’s bustling port.


In the Lighthouse kitchen, acclaimed Chef Carlo Marengoni dishes up authentic Italian cuisine with specially selected produce from Campania, Sardinia and Sicily. Guests can choose from an extensive collection of innovative cocktails, aperitifs and spritzes whilst gazing at one of the world’s most mesmerising skylines. During daily happy hour, from 5.30pm until 7.30pm, a selection of complimentary stuzzichini, olives, bruschetta and Italian snacks whet the appetite for ultra-cool cocktails.


Whether you book your stay at the fantastic five-star The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore or choose the charming grandeur of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, both properties offer an excellent base for catching a sunset over the city.


Reservations can be made via www.fullertonhotels.com


Stay More, Save More package

Heading to Singapore soon? Plan a weekly visit for 7 days or more, and enjoy 20% off the best available rate at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore. Perks include daily buffet breakfast, unlimited WIFI, complimentary Fullerton Merlion cocktail upon arrival, and complimentary shuttle service and heritage tours and an exclusive spa offer for in-house guests only.


Advance Purchase Special package

Plan your stay early and take advantage of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s advance purchase special. Enjoy up to 20% off the best available rate when bookings are made 90 days or more in advance. Benefits include buffet breakfast for two, Internet access, Fullerton Merlion cocktail upon arrival, and complimentary shuttle service and heritage tours. Guests can also indulge in an exclusive spa offer for in-house guests only.


About The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

2018 marks the 90th anniversary of the Fullerton Building, home to The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Gazetted as Singapore’s 71st National Monument, the hotel once housed the General Post Office, The Singapore Club and the Chamber of Commerce. It is a luxury hotel with 400 rooms and suites carefully designed to provide both business and leisure travellers with a sanctuary of serenity and comfort in which to retreat and rejuvenate. Dynamically located in the heart of the financial and arts districts, the hotel successfully blends rich heritage with contemporary style and personalised service to offer guests a world-class accommodation experience. Epicureans can enjoy a delectable array of dining selections. There are a total of 5 restaurants and bar in the hotel, namely Town Restaurant which presents international buffets and an a la carte menu, Jade features Cantonese cuisine, The Courtyard offers an Indian buffet, Japanese buffet and Afternoon Tea, and The Lighthouse Restaurant & Rooftop Bar with breathtaking views of Marina Bay serves authentic Italian cuisine. Post Bar, which features the original ceiling and pillars of the General Post Office, is the popular choice amongst the trendy elite.


About The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is a stunning, jewel-like addition to the sparkling Marina Bay waterfront, with breathtaking architecture and stunning interiors that combine modernity and heritage. Seated on prime waterfront location in the Central Business District and arts and cultural precinct, the Hotel offers classic luxurious hospitality and exquisite service with rooms featuring 360-degree spectacular views of the Marina Bay and Singapore skyline. Step into a world of chic sophistication where The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore will set the tone for an indulgent lifestyle experience.

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