5 Star Hotel: Capella Singapore Sentosa Hotel

Capella Singapore
Capella Singapore - a luxury hotel aimed at travelers wanting to enjoy life at a slow pace in Singapore – is located on Sentosa, a southern island off Singapore. There are 3 cascading infinity pools available to guests at the Capella.

The Capella offers rooms and villas of varying sizes, with even the basic rooms being just as generous at 77 square meters, almost twice the size of rooms at typical hotels. There are 112 rooms available at the Capella
  • 72 premier rooms and suites
  • 38 villa with private plunge pools, outdoor showers and bathtubs
  • 2 colonial maors
The basic rooms, such as the Premier Garden and Premier Sea rooms are not only spacious but also equipped with:
  • 46-inch flat-screen televisions 
  • ipod coking station
  • DVD player
  • BOSE entertainment system
  • complimentary internet access 
  • complimentary soft drink refreshment center replenished daily
  • complimentary pressing (5 pieces per stay)
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • bedside touch panel control that controls the lighting, air conditioning and drapes
  • rainforest shower
  • expansive balconies
There are also long-stay offerings at the Club at Capella Singapore with:
  • 62 sea-facing suites (1-4 bedrooms)
  • 10 duplexes (3 bedrooms)
  • 9 contemporary manors with private swimming pools
  • Clubhouse with private swimming pool
Guests at the Capella are provided a personal assistant who will take care of your every need, with a fleet of Mercedes and Rolls Royce ready to transport guests around Singapore. The beautiful cascading pools and spa facilities only help to enrich the pampering experience. Tiered towards the finer things in life, lodging at the Capella does not come cheap as prices range from S$700++ to S$7000++. The hotel also has its own spa, Auguria Spa.

The Capella is located some distance off from the Imbiah Station (Sentosa Express) and up a small slope or hill. So if you like to walk good for you, else perhaps you might want to contact the hotel to see if any other arrangements can be made.

Capella Singapore offers culinary opportunities from casual cuisine to inspired four-course. Guests have the choice to dine at Cassia the hotel's fine-dining Chinese restaurant, or The Knolls which is a Mediterranean restaurant.

Bob's Bar
Capella Singapore Bobs BarBob's Bar offers a view of the sea and Sentosa's breathtaking sunset, while lounging on plush sofas and spacious daybeds, with casual bites and tropical drinks such as fruity drinks, homemade sodas, wines, spirits, or Champagne.

Cassia is the Capella's modern Chinese restaurant, taking inspiration from the age-old spice routes in Southern and Western China and the seas around Singapore. Tradition is respected when classics are prepared with the freshest local ingredients used to create a feast for the senses, and where recipes are a fusion of traditional and regional cooking, blended with haute Cantonese technique.

The Knoll
The Knoll is a Mediterranean restaurant showcasing authentic Mediterranean Sea specialties from the Mediterranean Sea which include a generous selection of tapas to share, carefully selected main courses and delectable homemade desserts. The Knolls overlooks one of the property's 3 infinity pools and distant sea.

The Library
The Library is a place for guests to enjoy a good book or a great conversation, with a variety of reference books on history, culture, arts and the original copy of Noel Barber's Tanah Mera, which was the inspired by the two colonial houses. In addition, there is a selection of board games, magazines, and newspapers available for guests' enjoyment. The perfect afternoon break with an array of complimentary tropical fresh fruit, soft drinks, tea and coffee.

Capella Singapore
Address: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island , Singapore 098297
Tel: +65 6377 8888
Fax: +65 6337 3455
Website: http://www.capellasingapore.com
Number of Rooms: 112

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    1. This looks like a fabulous place to stay for special celebrations, maybe a honeymoon or anniversary break. On the other hand, for a solo retreat there's everything you could need. I'd be in that library every afternoon I think.

      1. It is a nice place for special occasions or just to treat yourself with a price to match too! =)