Preserved history of Singapore City: long-standing and historical hotels

When The Night Comes Raffles Hotel Singapore The legendary Raffles Hotel Singapore has already become an outstanding historical symbol of Singapore. The historic hotel greeted its first guests in 1887. Raffles Hotel Singapore is named after Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of the city-state. The hotel welcomed many famous guests, including Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling, Charley Chaplin and outstanding Russian artist Alexander Vertinsky. For more than a hundred years, the historic hotel manages to maintain its original luxury. Travelers will be able to walk in the old tropical garden and visit the famous theatre made in Victorian style. By the way, not only guests have an opportunity to see the gorgeous hotel. Raffles Hotel Singapore organizes interesting free excursions for visitors.
Sofitel So Singapore The atmosphere of historic luxury is a calling card of another fabulous hotel, Sofitel So Singapore . It is open in the center of the business district where the hotel occupies a gorgeous historic building. The design of guest rooms is made in the French style and never ceases to amaze travelers with the abundance of genuine antiquities. In Sofitel So Singapore, you will be able to see a magnificent collection of thoroughly restored historic furniture and paintings, and many old portraits of outstanding historic personalities. In some guest rooms there are gorgeous canopy beds in the colonial style, and in some rooms, there are wonderful photographs with illumination attached to the ceiling. Copyright
The Sultan Photo of The Sultan, Singapore The Sultan is a large hotel complex that is open in ten old buildings. The design of the fabulous hotel is a tribute to the most beautiful Middle Eastern traditions of the past. All the houses still feature old windows with wooden frames and shutters. Guest rooms on the top floors have the original mansard type windows. Genuine antique furniture made of dark wood and handmade carpets, as well as sumptuous wall panels in the Arabian style, are worthy additions to the magnificent design. The hotel’s amenities include the famous Sultan Jazz Bar with live music every evening. Many come to the bar to enjoy performances of internationally famous musicians that often take place there.
The Duxton Photo of The Duxton, Singapore The Duxton hotel is an incredibly interesting place from a historical point of view. This hotel is open in a magnificent building that dates back to the colonial period. The design of the hotel is in line with the long gone epoch. During a thorough restoration, The Duxton kept its signature style elements such as marble floor, high columns, and precious wooden elements. The hotel exhibits a unique collection of old Chinese furniture and artworks. When you enter The Duxton, pay attention to ancient Chinese carpets exhibited in the hall. The iconic hotel is the location of one of the best Italian cuisine restaurants in Singapore - L'opera Italian.
Hotel Clover 769 North Bridge Road Photo of Hotel Clover 769 North Bridge Road, Singapore One more amazing hotel, Hotel Clover 769 North Bridge Road is open in a restored building of the colonial period. This hotel is located in the picturesque neighborhood of Kampong Glam. The design of guest rooms is a paragon of contemporary style, while public areas are reminiscent of a history museum. Exhibits of the “museum” are quite original and diversified. Among elements of design, one can notice old suitcases and photo cameras, retro typing machines and phones, and even a large wooden cart. Both the hall and restaurant of the hotel feature beautiful handmade wooden furniture.
Naumi Liora Hotel Photo of Naumi Liora Hotel, Singapore One of the most authentic and original historic hotels in Singapore, Naumi Liora Hotel , is open in Chinatown. It occupies a posh townhouse that was built in the 20s of the previous century. It’s impossible not to notice the façade of the building with tiny windows and skillfully carved shutters. Guest rooms look incredibly harmonious with wonderful contemporary furniture and classy accessories in the national style, such as wooden folding panels, elegant Chinese lanterns, and big paintings with floral motifs. Some guest rooms offer a fantastic view of the inner yard with a garden.
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Ancient hotels in the neighbouring cities of Singapore City

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