Resorts World Sentosa Opens 2 New Hotels

Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore has boosted its accommodation offering with the opening of its 2 remaining hotels today. The 172-room Equarius Hotel and private Beach Villas join the integrated resort’s Crockfords Tower, Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore and Hotel Michael, providing 1,800 rooms in total to the local inventory.


Equarius Hotel

The Equarius Hotel stands out with its resort-style architecture and serves as a perfect getaway from the bustling city. Situated along the fringe of a tropical forest, the natural theme resonates in the hotel’s design where guests are greeted by 2 majestic Shorea trees in the arrival area, while nature hikes amidst verdant grounds and the numerous attractions on Sentosa Island are a stone’s throw away.


Oversized guestrooms and suites boast panoramas of the waterfront, Keppel Bay and Labrador Park, with each accommodation furnished with luxurious, modern amenities. Guests will enjoy King-sized or double beds with premium 400-threadcount Egyptian cotton linen, spacious bathroom with rainforest shower, high-resolution LED television with iPod docking station, high-speed internet access, workdesk with multiple IT outlets, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities. Suite guests will also enjoy the added convenience of a personal butler service, an extensive pillow menu and a selection of bath salts.


Beach Villas

Promising utmost privacy with its location at the western tip of Resorts World Sentosa, the Beach Villas is positioned as exquisite, individual tropical sanctuaries. 22 standalone 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom villas are available to guests, with each lavishly designed for the discerning traveller using bespoke furnishings.


Guests will discover living areas and bedrooms that open out to mini gardens, private timber sundecks and verandahs elegantly framing lush greenery or an expanse of sea. Modern amenities, including luxury mattresses paired with 400-threadcount Egyptian cotton linen and feather pillows, spa-inspired bathrooms with ESPA amenities, LCD televisions with cable programming and iPod docking stations, high-speed internet access, in-room safe, minibar, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine and TWG tea, feature in each of the accommodations.


Singaporean celebrity chef Sam Leong oversees the culinary direction for the signature restaurant shared by both hotels, Forest, where he is taking the bold step to break tradition and reinvent contemporary Chinese cuisine. Guests can retire to the Equarius Lounge for a relaxing digestif, or indulge in the extensive selection of cocktails, wines and spirits while taking in the calming natural hues and surroundings.


7 meeting rooms offer 1,700 square meters of flexible event space for business travellers and meeting planners, with balconies extending outside that bring the outdoors in. For receptions closer to nature, Equarius Hotel’s garden lawn can accommodate up to 400 guests comfortably, with an outdoor pavilion set up with LCD televisions and built-in speakers.


Guests of both hotels will also enjoy recreational facilities including an outdoor swimming pool and gymnasium, as well as the shopping, gaming and entertainment options at the integrated resort. Soon-to-debut is the Marine Life Park (slated to be the world’s largest oceanarium), a water theme park and a world-class luxury spa by renowned UK-based ESPA.


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