Located right in the heart of the city centre, on the 4th level of the Raffles City Shopping Centre, the Raffles City Convention Centre is most ideal for mid-sized meetings and large conventions.
The venue is only a 20-minute drive from Singapore Changi Airport, with City Hall MRT Station located right at the mall. Offering 70,000 square feet of space, it was the first hotel ballroom in Asia to install Smart Light Technology, a state-of-the-art lighting system that allows precision lighting and the creation of stunning effects with a multi-functional conference and meeting space.
Newly renovated, the Premier Rooms are inspired with a touch of Swiss precision and offer 40 square metres of functional living space with an unobstructed view of the city from the balcony.
55” LED TV
Dynamic Lighting System with Night Lights
Beauty Lighting for Vanity Counter
Nespresso Machine and a selection of TWG Tea
Standing Rain Shower
Indulge in luxurious spa treatments, exercise at our well-equipped fitness centre, rejuvenate your senses with two free-form pools, or treat yourself with a multitude of dining options available.See All Amenities
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