New York-based designer Alexandra Champalimaud, who has worked her magic on The Dorchester in London and Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, was given the monumental task of reimagining the interiors, a process which began in February 2017.
Whilst retaining its legendary colonial grandeur and staying faithful to its roots, Champalimaud's team have added reimagined social spaces as well as new dining concepts, new suites and lifestyle experiences.
The revitalised, 115-suite Raffles, a flagship property within Accor, offers nine different suite categories, including the new Residence, Promenade and Studio suites, and boasts inimitable service by Raffles Butlers.
The dining space is just as inspiring as the luxe interiors with chef Anne-Sophie Pic, of the three-Michelin star Maison Pic in Valence, behind the signature 46-seat restaurant La Dame de Pic.
"There are few hotels in the world whose names have become virtually synonymous with the cities in which they are located - and none more so than the Raffles Hotel in Singapore," says Raffles Singapore general manager, Christian Westbeld.
"It is our wish and desire that our guests will continue to create treasured memories at the hotel, while discovering what makes it so special - the distinctive architecture, heritage and legendary service."