The Raffles in Singapore is a sight many visit even if they are not staying at the hotel. Originally opened in 1887, the colonial-style building underwent extensive renovations and reopened in 1991. It has hosted everyone from Glenn Close to the Queen of England, and it keeps a hall of fame to prove it. Numerous amenities contribute to the iconic feel, including a museum, a shopping arcade with high-end stores such as Louis Vuitton, antique-filled common areas, and beautiful gardens. The hotel also features multiple restaurants and bars, an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a luxurious spa. All rooms are spacious suites with classic decor, including oriental rugs and mahogany furniture.