Just ten minutes away from one of Asia's most dynamic cities lies a private world of 30 rolling acres on Sentosa Island, Singapore's premier resort location. Two historic bungalows have been merged by leading architects Foster + Partners into one of the best five star luxury hotels in the area. Seamlessly incorporating the best of the new and the old with curved modern buildings joining with the old colonial style edifices, the whole place is surrounded by greenery and the gentle sound of the waves nearby.
- Beach escape from the city
- Unique architectural mix of colonial and contemporary styles
- Lunar Cycle Spa treatments
- Nearby activities of Sentosa Island
Best time to go
Although Singapore can be visited year round, November to December is the ideal time to visit for the best weather.
This unique beachfront resort is a must for lovers of unique architecture, with its fusion style of contemporary and colonial. Suites and villas are extremely spacious, the service of a consistently high standard, and the tropical gardens are superb - all perfect if you are looking for a relaxing escape with all the amenities of Singapore on your doorstep.
- Fitness Centre
- 3 hotel pools
The Knolls - Enjoy the seafront setting at one of Singapore's finest Mediterranean restaurants. Authentic specialities on offer include a generous selection of tapas dishes, main courses and homemade desserts. Alternatively, enjoy a relaxing afternoon afternoon tea on the terrace overlooking the South China Sea and reflecting pools.
Cassia - This modern Chinese restaurant takes inspiration from the age-old spice routes in China and the seas around Singapore. Fresh local ingredients are used and the menu blends traditional and regional dishes with Cantonese specialities.
Bobs Bar- This informal bar is reminiscent of Cuban island bars of the 1950s and 1960s. Relax indoors with your choice of tipple from the extensive list of wine and spirits, or step out to the terrace for stunning sunset views.
Premier Rooms - Each of these 77 square metre rooms come with a view - choose between the South China Sea or the hotel's lush green gardens. offers either a view of the South China Sea or lush green gardens, either option offers a peaceful retreat from the bustle of the city. Facilities include a balcony and rainforest shower. Available with king size or twin beds.
Constellation Rooms - For total tranquillity, these 77 square metre rooms overlook either the leafy rainforest or the South China Sea. The expansive balcony features a Jacuzzi.
Sentosa Suites - Each of these 86 square metre suites come with a sea view, best enjoyed from the large balcony. These spacious rooms feature separate a separate bedroom and living room.
Capella Suites - These 100 square metre suites come with large balconies offering views over the South China Sea and offer separate living and sleeping areas, giving you plenty of space from which to enjoy your spectacular surroundings.
Capella Three Bedroom Suite - Perfect for groups, each room comes with en-suite bathroom. The suites occupy 222 square metres, offering ample living space, dining area and a kitchen. This is the perfect space if you are planning to entertain or socialise.
Villas - For a private escape, villas are available as one-bedroom (133 square metre) or two-bedroom (186 square metre). Special features include a large balcony, private plunge pool and outdoor rain shower.
Contemporary Manor - These luxurious three-bedroom manors offer a large outdoor living space complete with private pool - ideal for making the most of Singapore's tropical climate. The manor offers a separate kitchen and living space and comes with a personal villa host. Guests can choose dine indoors or on the terrace.
Colonial Manor - Offering three bedrooms across 436 square metres in beautifully restored buildings, these Colonial manors come equipped with a stately dining room, study, lounge, kitchen and mini-lap pool.
- Swimming pools
- Cruises and sailing
Although children are welcome, this relaxed resort is better suited to adults and older children.