Capella Singapore Opening March 30


The Capella Singapore will open March 30 and will be the Asian flagship for Capella Hotels and Resorts. Residing on 30 acres of lush rainforest on Sentosa Island, the hotel has been built around two colonial structures dating back to 1880. The property is being described as having the largest rooms in Singapore.

The 111 guestrooms include 61 deluxe guest rooms, 11 suites, and 38 garden villas, as well as private outdoor showers, bathtubs and a presidential manor. In addition, Capella Singapore will offer the opportunity to live in the hotel for extended stays with full access to the hotel’s facilities. These extended stay offerings will include 72 sea-facing suites and duplexes, nine manors with private pools and one colonial manor.

The hotel will have a sculpture garden, a variety of restaurants, and an Auriga Spa and Wellness Center. Private chauffeur service is available via the hotel’s pair of Rolls-Royce Phantoms.

The hotel is offering an introductory rate of SGD$550 ($355) per night for two nights, with the third night free, valid through May 31. 


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