Sofitel Sentosa Singapore has recently completed an extensive one-year renovation. At the top of a cliff above Tanjong Beach, the hotel’s design reflects a bold and elegant style that cleverly integrates the surrounding nature overlooking the South China Sea. With 211 rooms and suites, plus four villas, the hotel also features the world’s largest So SPA, four F&B options, over 1,300 sqm of meeting and event facilities, a 33-metre swimming pool and 27 acres of tropical woodlands.
Sofitel Sentosa hosts the world’s largest So SPA. With 20 treatment rooms and a Jacuzzi section, the star attraction is no doubt the Mud Pool, where guests can purify and renew their skin with New Zealand volcanic mud. A unique pampering feature only at Sofitel Sentosa.
The hotel’s fine dining options make the most of Sentosa’s ocean setting. Kwee Zeen’s open kitchen counters create an unforgettable experience with spectacular views of the sparkling sea and landscaped gardens. Gastronomy is at the heart of the Sentosa experience, with for example lobsters flown-in from Boston, Alaskan king crabs, sea urchin, caviar and fresh oysters.
“We are delighted to open a new luxury resort hotel in Singapore and look forward to bringing Sofitel’s renowned levels of culinary delights and hospitality to our guests,” says Vincent Lelay, the hotel’s GM. “The Sofitel Singapore Sentosa represents a significant step for Sofitel in further increasing its presence in Southeast Asia, and bringing French elegance and sophistication to the increasingly discerning travelers in this region.”
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