Raffles Hotel Singapore to undergo restoration from January 2017

By Tan Chee Yuen
/ Raffles Hotel Singapore |
October 12, 2016 10:02 AM SGT
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Raffles Hotel Singapore has announced that it will undergo a three-phase restoration programme. Raffles Hotel Arcade will undergo restoration works in the first phase of the programme in January 2017. The Raffles Hotel Arcade is an integral part of this landmark building. It houses 40 regional and specialty shops, indoor and outdoor function areas including The Ballroom and The Lawn and the Long Bar.
Phase two will begin in mid-2017 and the restoration works will be conducted on the main hotel building and lobby as well as a portion of the hotel suites.
Raffles Hotel Singapore will be closed for the final phase near the end of 2017 before a grand reopening in 2Q2018.
Aedas Singapore will lead the restoration project. It is a leading global architecture and design firm who was involved in restoration projects of the London Coliseum and the revitalised Mallory Street/Burrows Street in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The interiors of the project will be handled by award-winning designer Alexandra Champalimaud.
Raffles Hotel Singapore was declared a National Monument by the Singapore Government in 1987. The last restoration was conducted from 1989 to 1991. The luxury hotel has 103 individually designed suites – 84 Courtyard and Palm Court Suites, 12 Personality Suites, 5 Grand Hotel Suites and 2 Presidential Suites.

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