W Singapore, Sentosa Cove

A fun and funky Sentosa escape
VERIFIED LUXURY
Live DJs spinning electronica each evening at the lobby bar and at occasional pool parties; pop art and bold sculptures from the likes of Andy Warhol and Wang Zi Wei scattered throughout the public areas; hyper-funky room furnishings that include neon-pink mood lighting and three-dimensional floral appliqué above the bed—there is, indeed, no mistaking the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel's hip and trendy heart.

Singapore’s resort island is an easy escape for those wanting to cool off by the pool, and this young-at-heart resort offers plenty of space to do it. Stop in at the onsite Away spa for a massage or simply to soak in the spa’s vitality pools.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
• Whether you want to wake up early to jump in this luxury Singapore hotel’s 14,400-square-foot pool, or take a dip in the middle of the night, the pool never closes, so swim at will.

• Many gourmet selections from the hotel’s excellent room service are available all night long, including a grilled panini stuffed with gruyere and marinated onions, ground angus sirloin burger, wood-fired pizzas and decadent desserts.

• Don’t miss the unique hand-crafted creations poured at W Singapore, Sentosa Cove’s lively WOOBAR, like bacon bourbon, lemongrass-ginger tequila and masala spiced whiskey.

• You’ll find paintings and sculptures from a star-studded lineup of acclaimed artists adorning the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel’s chic public areas, including works from Auguste Rodin, David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Wang Ziwei and Chen Kezhan.

• Tins of potato chips, mixed nuts and roasted almonds; small bucket of multi-colored marshmallows; chocolate bars; four bottles of wine; more than 10 premium liquors with variety of mixers — your room’s “Munchies Box” is loaded.
Things to Know
• The hotel can arrange for private transfers from Changi International Airport. Or, you can simply make the 25- to 30-minute voyage by public taxi.

• There’s a $4.40 entry fee to Sentosa by taxi, but it’s waived for hotel guests.

• If you have to cancel, be sure to do so more than 48 hours before your scheduled arrival. If you don’t, you’ll be charged at least the full room rate, plus taxes, for one night’s stay, depending on the terms and conditions of your chosen package.
The Rooms
• Contemporary in design and featuring an exuberant color palate of soft silver mixed with neon pink and purple, the luxuriously appointed guest rooms at W Singapore, Sentosa Cove are spacious, stylish and decked out with plenty of posh amenities.

• Rooms at this Sentosa hotel have high-pile carpeting, marble bathrooms, and funky furnishings and décor, like a suspended lamp with white butterfly shade, three-dimensional floral appliqué within the bed’s chic leather headboard and bold accent lighting.

• Speaking of the pillow-top bed, it’s made with custom 350-thread-count linens and a plush down comforter.

• In the bathroom you’ll find a walk-in rain shower, deep-soaking bath tub, frosted glass sliding doors and luxurious Bliss Spa bath products.
The Restaurants
• SKIRT, W Singapore - Sentosa Cove's signature restaurant, puts a trailblazing spin on the steakhouse featuring the best cuts of meats prepared on a South American-style parilla grill, complemented with fresh seafood and organic produce.

• The kitchen table serves up global flavors for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The giant overturned tables suspended from the ceiling set the scene for the whimsical dishes you’ll enjoy here.

• On the WET pool deck, mix it up with delightfully fun snacks and bites, healthy options and refreshing drinks fuel days of sunshine and lounging.

• WOOBAR is the hotel’s stylish spot for inventive drinks and bar bites. Try the overflow (a bourbon cocktail made with orange liqueur and champagne) and the luxe list (truffled thick-cut potato chips with saffron aioli) followed by a rocky road sandwich.
Getting There
21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374
TEL65-6808-7288
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
SIN (26-35 min)  
W Singapore, Sentosa Cove
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