There is so much to do and see in Singapore and, with the opening of Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, couples now have yet another reason to visit this exciting city-state. Situated on Singapore’s favourite island, yet within easy reach of all that Singapore offers, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is nestled amongst 27 cliff-top acres of tropical greenery, just above Tanjong Beach.
Sofitel have spent months upgrading what was previously known as one of Singapore’s leading resorts – so you can imagine just how impressive the property is now! The French luxury brand has stamped their indelible touch across the entire space. Each of the 215 luxurious rooms, suites and villas have been completely renovated with the results nothing short of stunning – think designer bathrooms and soft-furnishings, plasma TVs, and complimentary high-speed WiFi throughout.
Sofitel is known throughout the industry for offering world-class dining options, regardless of which country you choose, and Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is no exception. Guests can enjoy an array of delectable cuisines from around the world at its various food and beverage establishments.
Outside, the grounds are a haven of tranquility – you even encounter peacocks enjoying the tropical ambience. The spacious pool area was yet another beneficiary of a massive investment, and today guests have the perfect outdoor location to relax around after a busy day exploring Sentosa Island or the city itself.
The pièce de résistance is the incredible award-winning So Spa. Set in its own exclusive enclave, this is the world’s largest So Spa and, as such offers an extensive menu of services. There is the Mud Pool, which is packed with high-mineral volcanic mud; the Float Pool, where your body is gently massaged by varying water pressure; and a large swimming pool (no kids allowed) where you can enjoy the tranquility of this exclusive space before or after a massage.
Sentosa Island is a fantastic destination in its own right and is home to one of Asia’s best theme parks, Universal Studios Singapore. If theme parks are not your thing, don’t worry because even big kids will find plenty to keep them busy with the islands' beaches, beach clubs, nature walks, casinos, myriad restaurants and golf courses. Sentosa Island is easily accessible by car or public transport or, for a memorable way, by cable car.