W Singapore-Sentosa Cove

Wet Bar

 

 

Singapore, already a thriving luxury hub, has just upped the ante with the opening of the first W Hotel in Singapore.

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The W Singapore-Sentosa Cove and The Residences at W Singapore-Sentosa Cove sit on the city’s most sought-after island, just minutes away from downtown.

We hear the hotel has 240 guest rooms and suites, two restaurants, a destination bar, the W Lounge experience, WET pool deck and bar, Away Spa and more. The residences have 228 W-branded homes.

When in Town

On Sentosa Island, jet-setters will find rain forests, beaches, spas and a deep-water yachting marina. The hotel itself is adjacent to Quayside Isle, which is home to a retail complex with restaurants and shops.

W Singapore
W Singapore sits in some of Singapore’s most sought-after real estate.

We love the look of the hotel, which includes a welcome waterfall, outdoor terrace, rock-shaped daybeds and a DJ console in the W Lounge carved out of natural stones.

When it’s time to dine, be sure to visit SKIRT, the W’s first contemporary grill restaurant. Guests can cozy up to the slick bar to sample the long list of creative cocktails. The Kitchen Table features all-day dining with various live food stations, while WOOBAR, the destination nightclub serves up a tasty menu of elixirs created by the W mixologist. Guests can also unwind at WET Bar.

The hotel is home to an Away Spa, the W’s signature spa concept. Cool Touch: W Singapore has nine Away guest rooms and suites, situated on the spa level of the hotel and each featuring a private plunge pool.

For questions reach out to Director of Sales Rosmalia Hardman (65 6808 7288). 

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