Sentosa Hotels & Resorts
Discover a selection of the best resort accommodation in Sentosa Island, Singapore.
Hotel rates are quoted from www.expedia.com.au and hoteltravel.com where you can see these and many more resorts to suit all budgets – just perfect for a holiday, romantic getaway or beach holiday.
Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort
Location: Sentosa Island
Prices: from AUD328 per room
Description: Set on an immaculate white-sand beach fringed with coconut palms, this is Singapore's only true beachfront hotel. All guestrooms have walk-out balconies offering hillside or sea views, with sliding glass doors, air conditioning and complimentary high speed Wi-Fi Internet access. The resort is connected to Singapore's downtown by free shuttles. Facilities incl.: 3 restaurants, 2 bars, 2 outdoor lagoon-style pools, golf at nearby facilities, health club, full-service spa, concierge, room service and watersports, including windsurfing, sailing and paddle skiing.
The Sentosa Resort & Spa
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Location: Sentosa Island
Prices: from AUD255 per room
Description: Set atop a cliff in 27 acres of lush tropical woodlands and landscaped water gardens, The Sentosa is a stylish, tranquil 5-star hotel in Singapore boasting magnificent views of the South China Sea.
Guestrooms feature burl-wood doors and accents, Thai silk screens in natural browns and greens, and deep tubs and separate showers in the bathrooms. Courtyard gardens, terraces and alcoves tucked away all over the grounds invite guests to unwind in privacy – perfect for intimate candlelight dinners. Facilities incl.: 3 restaurants, bar, lounge, outdoor pool with views of the harbor, golf at nearby facilities, 2 outdoor lighted tennis courts, 2 squash courts, health club with 20m lap pool, Jacuzzi, and sauna, luxury full-service spa, concierge and 24-hour room service.
Best time to visit
Any time is good to holiday in Singapore, where the climate is typically hot and humid with an average temperature of 30°C year round. It can rain any time in Singapore – usually short torrential downpours. The heaviest rainfalls are from November to February; July is the driest month.
Note: Air-conditioning in Singapore is usually ferocious, so long sleeves are useful indoors. For more climate info: Singapore Weather Guide
Getting there – Singapore receives daily flights from all the major cities of Australia, Asia, Europe and Middle East.