About Fairmont Singapore
The five-star Fairmont Singapore is a contemporary landmark atop the City Hall MRT station, located within the Raffles city complex amidst Singapore’s business, cultural, shopping and entertainment districts. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei, the hotel impresses with modern elegance through marble columns, sunken fountains and striking artwork and antiques. In the 769-room Fairmont Singapore, guests will find Willow Stream Spa, one of southeast Asia’s largest spas; here, a spa menu of bespoke Willow Stream treatments and rituals based on local Singapore traditions are accompanied by facilities like VIP couple’s suites, meditation alcoves, a hydrotherapy room and steam therapy capsule. The hotel highlights a range of cuisines, from Japanese to Italian to Szechuan, in its collection of dining venues, and more than 70,000 square feet of meeting space is offered.
Offering beautiful style in the heart of Singapore’s lively business district, Willow Stream Spa at the Fairmont is one of the largest spas in southeast Asia. The 50,000-square-foot spa sanctuary has 35 treatment rooms, complemented by an array of wellness facilities such as relaxation lounges, pools and whirlpools, a cold plunge, steam and sauna areas and three couple’s suites with private Jacuzzis and aromatherapy steam rooms.
Diverse spa and leisure treatments inspired by East and West accentuate the Willow Stream Spa brand’s passion and philosophy of helping guests depart the spa energized and renewed. Services like the signature Pure ENER.G use the exclusive Kerstin Florian skincare line; the spa is one of the few retailers in Singapore to offer the products for purchase as well.
Spa-goers must be at least 18 years old.
Other Body Wraps
Facilities & Amenities
Cold Plunge Pool
Fitness & Activities
Pilates with Mat
Location & Hours
Fairmont Singapore80 Bras Basah Road
Phone: +65 6339 7777 or toll free: 1 888 340 5959
- Singapore Changi Airport is located 20 minutes from Fairmont Singapore.
- Guests can arrange or reserve airport transfers via the hotel concierge.
- Pets are not permitted at the hotel.
- Fairmont Singapore boasts an impressive 70,000 square feet of meeting space, with the largest being the Fairmont Ballroom (24,294 square feet), accommodating up to 3,000.
- Singapore’s tropical rainforest climate has distinct seasons, high humidity and heavy rainfall. Temperatures range from 73° F to 90° F.
Facilities & Amenities
Fairmont Singapore guests will appreciate the hotel’s many amenities, including two free-form pools open year-round. Exercise fans can get energized on six outdoor tennis courts and in the 352-square-meter fitness center, which comes stocked with cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, and multi-purpose cable machines; guests can also revitalize with Pilates and kickboxing classes. A designated yoga studio hosts five classes weekly, ranging from Virab to Yin to basic.
Ideally located at the intersection of Singapore’s business, cultural, entertainment and shopping districts, Fairmont Singapore is steps from prime shopping, museums and theater. Those in search of the perfect souvenir should schedule visits to Orchard Road, the world-famous stretch of department and designer stores, and Little India, with its old-fashioned shops filled with spices, trinkets and jewelry. Cultural buffs will want to visit sites including the Asian Civilizations Museum and Esplanade – Theaters on the Bay, both within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel concierge can arrange farther jaunts to Chijmes, Clarke Quay and Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Cold Plunge Pool
Rooms & Dining
Designed in classic fashion, incorporating local culture, tradition and heritage details, the hotel’s 769 guest rooms and suites evoke a private sanctuary in cosmopolitan Singapore. Beds are bedecked in goose-down pillows and quilts, and bathrooms are stocked with designer fixtures, marble-lined bathtubs and aromatherapy products. Private balconies provide far-reaching city views. Guests will also find comfort with contemporary fittings like high-speed Internet access, touch-button IDD phones, satellite TVs and Bose Wave sound systems.
Epicureans will enjoy Mikuni’s modern twist on traditional Japanese fare, prepared at the restaurant’s robatayaki counter, highlighting Japanese-style grilling, sushi, sashimi and teppanyaki stations and a sake bar. The incomparable Szechuan Court, a gracious vision with its 200-year-old elm doors and lovely courtyard, offers authentic fine Szechuan and Cantonese dishes, while the Italian trattoria-type Prego serves family-style classics from the restaurant’s pizzeria, wine bar, rotisserie and deli. Quick bites can be enjoyed at Asian Market Café and the poolside Alligator Pear.