Urban explorers find Singapore a paradise. The skyline around the Marina Bay heart of the city keeps rising and renewing its ability to astound. Perched on the shore is The Fullerton Bay Hotel. The building is an architectural jewel. The glass facades let the hotel glitter in the sunlight and, after dark, allow it to light up the night. The hotel belongs to the same stable as The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, which is in the building that once housed the city’s General Post Office. The Fullerton Bay Hotel’s premises may lack the history of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s, but they make up for it with other enchantments.
You enter The Fullerton Bay Hotel through the renovated Clifford Pier building, where in bygone years many first set foot on Singapore soil. On entering you are greeted by the sight of a stunning chandelier suspended from the soaring arches. The expansive lobby was designed by the acclaimed André Fu and furnished in a way that does justice to the grandeur of the building. The rooms are in the modern wing. Take our advice: ignore the rooftop infinity pool and opt for a soak in the private Jacuzzi on the balcony of Room 109. The balcony looks over Marina Bay and the tub offers what may be the ultimate way to enjoy the view of Singapore’s ever-evolving skyline.