The sister property of Fullerton Bay Hotel, this elegant heritage hotel dates from the 1920s. Set beside the Singapore River, the building, which used to house the general post office, features dozens of neoclassic columns, a skylit lobby, stonewalls, and a curved marble staircase. There are also four grand dining venues (two of which are open-air restaurants), a bar, and an art gallery with a stamp, map, and photograph exhibit.Just as impressive is the Fullerton Hotel's 400 understated rooms, spa, and well-equipped fitness center. Don't miss out on its exquisite infinity pool, which provides sweeping views of the city skyline and Marina Bay.All its 608 rooms are spacious and feature high ceilings. You'll also be treated to feather pillows and beds, 46-inch flat-screen televisions, iPod docks, and a large marbled bathroom with separate soaking tubs and showers. Amenities include a spa, pool, fitness center, 24-hour business center, and three restaurants.Another thing you might notice is the tight security in the public areas of the hotel. This is essential because the Ritz-Carlton also houses an extensive collection of modern and contemporary art. About 4,200 pieces are on display, including works by Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Rainer Gross, Henry Moore, and Robert Zakanitch. The best part? They can all be viewed free on an iPod-guided tour!