Nominated as one of the 500 top hotels in the world by Travel + Leisure and present in the Condé Nast Traveler Hotel Gold List for no less than seven years, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a source of inspiration for all those who adore travelling.
Since it was built in 1928, the building has been the hub of Singapore’s commercial, social and official activity, as the chamber of commerce and main post office are located there. However, in 2001, an impressive restoration project costing 400 million dollars transformed it into what it is today: a hotel offering the perfect mix of old and modern, which envelopes its guests in an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity.
Indeed, the interior designers created a contemporary, elegant style of décor inside a building with its external façades clearly modelled on Palladian style of architecture.
Here, luxury oozes from every single detail, even in the devices for managing electricity. In the 400 rooms and suites - both those that overlook the courtyard of the atrium bathed in sunlight, and those with balconies that open up to afford breathtaking panoramas of the city skyline – the Eikon Evo series, chosen in the titanium colour finish, is indeed a true object of design.
The attractive, stylish and exclusive lines of Eikon Evo flaunt their charm, framing switches, sockets and interfaces which, in order to ensure a perfect colour match, have been chosen in the Next grey colour version. Seen in profile, Eikon Evo offers a subtly fascinating presence, in tune with current interior design trends. An immaculate, light, slimline silhouette that stands just a few millimetres proud of the wall. Framed by these cover plates, which make them authentic furnishing complements, Vimar devices ensure perfect lighting control. Data, TV and shaver sockets also offer immediate and safe power access.
When it comes to exceeding the expectations of its guests, The Fullerton Hotel definitely knows its stuff. And it succeeds in doing so beautifully, also thanks to Vimar technology.