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The mind blowing Capella Singapore Hotel

By Adrian Prisca


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Easy to reach and impressively gorgeous, Capella Singapore can be found 25 minutes away from Changi International Airport, on the superb Sentosa Island in Singapore.

The hotel boasts with a plethora of things to do or locations to visit, like tennis and golf courts, a sculpture garden, a multitude of paths for jogging and cycling, cruising along the shoreline or the Sentosa Express monorail which leads you to VivoCity, the largest shopping mail in Singapore.

Combining modern lifestyle with traditional cultures, Capella Singapore is a good place to enjoy privacy, surrounded by superb, lush vegetation. The reception building itself is quite an architectural monument, resembling colonial styles of the 18th century.

Every room comes garnished with superb decorations, exquisite materials, like white marble in the bathrooms or natural wood cabinets, ambient lighting and plush carpeting. There is virtually no point to not overlook the harbor. To be considered, the hotel also features an array of outdoor pools.

If you prefer either signature cocktails at Bob’s Bar, late dining at Cassia or an Afternoon Tea at The Knolls, your visit here would truly be a new, interesting experience to your taste buds. And if you think of the Auriga Spa, which is poised to engulf you in rejuvenating treatments and all sorts of comfortable facilities, Capella Singapore will definitely turn truly unforgettable.

With 112 rooms to spare, nightly rates start at SGD 539, the equivalent of €339.


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Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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