Go to Singapore for the Formula 1 Grand Prix 2009: Events and Hotels

- Fiona Seres,

Hotels for the 2009 Singapore Grand PrixThe 2009 Singapore Grand Prix is the world’s only night race! Attracting thousands of spectators from around the world, you will not want to miss the exciting events taking place from September 25 through to September 27, 2009.

Event Details for the 2009 Singapore Grand Prix:

Friday, September 25, 2009:
Friday Practice 1: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Friday Practice 2: 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Saturday, September 26, 2009:
Saturday Practice: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Qualifying: 10 p.m.

Sunday, September 27, 2009:
Race: 8 p.m.

We think that one of the best hotels to stay at for the Singapore Formula 1 race this year is The Fullerton. Kiwi Insider, Fiona Seres gives us the lo-down on this gorgeous hotel in Singapore.

The Fullerton Hotel:

With commanding views over the Singapore River and harbor, the Fullerton Hotel makes you feel like you’ve landed in the right place in Singapore.

And, if you’re attending the 2009 Grand Prix in Singapore, you really will be in the right place!

The Fullerton is located at the heart of the Grand Prix action.  Many of the suites have a view of the grand prix, as the hotel is located at the electrifying hairpin Turn 13.  The best place to see it would be from the President’s suite.   At 199 square meters, this spacious suite even has a grand piano and a spectacular glass enclosed verandah graced by 20-foot Doric columns.

Otherwise guests can experience the excitement at the Post Bar at the hotel, sipping on a Fullerton Hairpin, one of the Post Bar’s signature cocktails.

The Fullerton is located right in the Central Business district and enjoys close proximity to Singapore’s cultural centre.   The Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall are nearby, as well as the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and the Boat Quay, one of Singapore’s exceptional dining and entertainment areas is along the promenade just outside the hotel.

The Fullerton Hotel in Singapore for the Grand Prix 2009The transformation from the old general post office into a five star hotel is what makes this hotel unique.  With its distinguished Doric columns and monumental porte cocheres, The Fullerton Hotel has an old world charm and graciousness, but it is grounded in modernity.

Views from the 400 rooms and suites either overlook the sunlit atrium courtyard or have balconies that open out to sweeping panoramas of the city skyline, river promenade or sea. The Asia Spa offers exceptional massages and lying around the infinity pool is a very convincing way to relax.

The hotel has many dining experiences to choose from, including fabulous dim sum at Jade, Town Restaurant – which has a great kids menu or for something more formal, The Lighthouse has breathtaking views and an exceptional Italian menu.

The Fullerton Hotel has preserved the splendor, dignity and architectural heritage of the edifice but it’s the progressive spirit of the hotel that has made it blossom into an icon of hospitality.

You can read our most recent review of the Fullerton Hotel online. In addition, The Fullerton was one of our top picks of places to stay for Singapore’s National Day.

Other Hotels in Singapore for the 2009 Grand Prix:

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore: The largest Singapore hotel in our collection, you can read our review of the Ritz-Carlton Millenia online right here on the blog. This hotel has an excellent collection of contemporary art and is quite close to the Marina Centre.

The. St. Regis Singapore: An elegant design and attentive service make the St. Regis Singapore Hotel stand out from the crowd. Investigate this hotel as an option when making your plans to visit Singapore for this year’s Formula 1 Race.

Raffles Hotel Singapore: This is a gorgeous grand hotel in Singapore. If you enjoy historical buildings and old world charm, Raffles Hotel Singapore is the place for you!

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