SENTOSA STAYLIST: ‘STAYCAY’ IN STYLE AT THE SOFITEL SENTOSA RESORT & SPA
Serene, splendid and safe
You can rest assured that when it comes to a safe staycation, these guys have got your covered. Sofitel Sentosa Resort & Spa has been certified SG Clean, and are undertaking a variety of measures to ensure they can welcome guests safely. These include extra-stringent cleaning, rooms that are kept vacant for up to 24 hours between guests, proper operational and distancing measures and contactless, enhanced in-room dining.
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Idyllic, luxurious, relaxing and beautiful — just a few words that describe the vibe and setting of this resort and spa. The perfect spot for both families, couples and even those looking for a solo retreat. Here is what to expect during your Sofitel staycation.
Do note that all guests must wear masks, check in and out via SafeEntry and have your temperature screened before entering the attractions and restaurants. There are plenty of signs and floor markers to guide you along. Find out more about our safe measurement measures here.
These rooms scream Parisian refinement, elegant and luxe upholstery, French amenities and beautiful rich colours and textures. From the 36sqm ‘luxury’ rooms with king-sized beds, floral motifs and every five-star ‘must-have’ you can think of, to those that come with an attached tranquil garden. Families can opt for the Prestige Family suite that allows for more space, a separate master bedroom, a living room, bathtub and shower, and Lanvin bath products. Sofitel also has four on-site Villa Du Jardins that are true holiday paradises with their own pool, open deck, lush green surrounds and a jacuzzi in the bedroom.
An ultra-cool pool
The 33-metre pool is all elegant with its black pearlescent tiles. Surrounded by deck chairs for easy lounging, the pool is large enough to swim laps in, laze around, splash about with the kids, or just a relaxing dip. Open from 9 am to 7 pm, the hotel safely allows 50 guests at a time, limited to a 2 hours slot per guest, each session.
The SO Spa alone is reason enough to book yourself in for a staycation. The ultimate in pampering, the spa itself is housed within the former barracks of a military complex that dates back to the 1800s. Book to experience everything from massages and facials to wellness retreats and treatments. Plus, access to a Spa Garden complete with waterfalls, volcanic mud pools, a meditative labyrinth, steam rooms and jacuzzi pools. Bookings are a must so that the spa rooms and facilities can be sanitized after each guest uses it.
Details on treatments and facilities, here.
Outdoor Kids Club, and more
Staycation with the kids? The Outdoor Kids Club, called Villa Des Enfants, has got you covered with daily activities for kids of all ages that include tent building, dancing, face painting and more. There is a fitness centre with state-of-the-art equipment.
Also, Tanjong Beach is right on your doorstep, and a walk on the beach, a quick dip in the waters and a little beach volleyball are all only a few steps away.
What to eat at Sofitel Sentosa Resort & Spa
Exquisite Italian fare (handmade pasta, wood-fired pizza) and a variety of Asian, Indian fare, along with an exhaustive desserts and kids menu. All with sweeping views of the sea and ships beyond, at The Cliff. Here is also where the daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets will be served. .The entire menu is also available to order as room service for those who want the privacy,
Come Sundays, Kwee Zeen hosts the ultimate, boozy champagne brunch with bottomless helpings of premium seafood on ice, freshly shucked oysters, Boston lobsters, cold cuts, French cheeses, rib-eye steak, rendang sliders and more, paired with bottomless bottles of Taittinger.
If that’s not enough, the entire gamut of dining options on Sentosa are available for your picking.
For full details on staycation packages and offers, take a look at https://www.sofitel-singapore-sentosa.com/offers/
By Priyanka C. Agarwal
Priyanka C. Agarwal is a writer, communicator and content creator with several years experience in print and digital media. She writes about food, travel, parenting and other adventures. Her work has appeared in the print and online pages of Silver Kris magazine, Time Out Singapore, Her World magazine, The Michelin Guide, The Peak and HungryGoWhere.com, among several others. She is a mother to two tiny gourmands and an experimental home cook who hopes one day, to author her own cookbook.