The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Singapore’s landmark heritage hotel, is the most elegant address for elite travellers to the city. But now, it is finding a place in people’s hearts for a different reason. You can now stay at The Fullerton for a complete immersion into wellness, especially this festive season. By Shikha Pushpan
One of the cleanest cities in the world, Singapore is emerging as a top wellness destination for travellers seeking refuge in a green yet plush city with a plethora of offerings in hospitality and natural retreats.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore—at the mouth of the Singapore River—is the 71st national monument of the country and offers one of the best settings for a therapeutic wellness journey. Located at the Marina Bay, the hotel opens out into fresh breeze from the river and lends a serene outdoor setting for yoga sessions. It also falls on the running track along the bay—a popular site among city joggers. The terrain is smooth and flat for fartlek or a long run with stunning views of the Singapore River and city skyline.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has come up with a Wellness Lifestyle Package under which it offers special vegetarian menus in all its restaurants Town Restaurant, Jade, The Lifetime Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, Post Bar, The Courtyard, and The Fullerton Cake Boutique. It also has a gluten-free menu for high tea.
After a tired day of city outing, rejuvenate your senses with a luxurious spa treatment at the award-winning The Fullerton Spa. Go for a head-to-toe massage which induces a calm state of relaxation and helps relieve your brain and muscles of stress using ancient Swedish techniques or take the Skin Polish treatment for fresh and radiant skin.
The outdoor infinity pool at the hotel serves as pristine spot for an evening of relaxation. Spend time in the pool or hear your favourite music while watching the glittering buildings afar—the experience is therapeutic to the mind and senses. Other attractions near the hotel are the Cavenagh Bridge, People of the Bridge statue, Merlion Park, and the Empress Place Building.