Raffles Hotel is a colonial-style luxury hotel in Singapore. It was established by Armenian hoteliers, the Sarkies Brothers, in 1887. The hotel was named after British statesman Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore. It is the flagship property of Raffles Hotels & Resorts, a subsidiary of Fairmont Raffles Hotels International.
Located in the Downtown Core (near Millenia Tower), Marina Centre, Singapore. The hotel has 507 guestrooms including 25 suites, and 31 floors with two basements. The hotel's carpark is shared with Millenia Walk. Conrad Centennial shares the same laundry services with sister hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore. Both hotels are owned by the same owner, Pontiac Land (owned by the Kwee brothers).
Damenlou Hotel is a small hotel located at Ann Siang Road, in Chinatown, within the Central Area of Singapore.Damenlou Hotel's origins can be traced to the creation of the dish of fishhead mifen (rice vermicelli), which was invented by Tang Kwong Swee in the 1920s. The hotel has a famous restaurant, named Swee Kee.
The hotel has 747 guestrooms and suites spread over the Tower Wing, Garden Wing and Valley Wing, 127 serviced apartments and 55 luxurious condominium units. The hotel boasts 15 acres of landscaped gardens which are visible through the glass walls enclosing the lobby and dining areas, and has been referred to as "Singapore's other botanical garden".
Designed by architect I.M. Pei, at a height of 226 meters it is one of Southeast Asia's tallest hotels. Situated at 2 Stamford Road, the hotel sits above City Hall MRT Station. The 5-star hotel has 1,261 rooms and suites, 16 restaurants and bars, Raffles City Convention Centre, and one of Asia's largest spas.