Luxurious And Lavish Resorts World Sentosa



Global vacation destination Resorts World Sentosa, built on 121 acres of land across Keppel Harbor, Singapore, is an integrated resort offering whole bunch of recreational facilities including world class theme based hotels. International architects and designers Michael Graves & Associates has done a wonderful job carrying out such huge project comprising of architectural planning, interior design, landscape design, furniture design and product design. The project has won many awards including GoldPlus award for energy efficiency from Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority. Main attractions of Resorts World Sentosa are Marine Life Park, Maritime Xperiential Museum, Universal Studios Theme Park and Festive Walk. There is non stop entertainment available here through various show such as live concerts, fashion shows from top designers, extreme sport events and many more. You can dance out the whole night with the most vibrant music played by the DJ or live performances. Resorts World Casino is an exclusive gaming zone offering a wide array of table games, slots and electronic games. It is Asia’s best gaming casino buzzing with activities 24/7. Resorts World Sentosa offers tons of activities for kids also. Kids can participate in various activities such as arts and crafts sessions, story telling sessions, finger puppet show, and dance and music events exclusively for kids. They can learn and play with lots of other kids. The main entrance of the Resorts World Sentosa opens in to a wide piazza surrounded by restaurants and shops. Outdoors of the luxurious resort are designed like a small village. They are connected through narrow paths, galleries and arcades. Various paths covered with canopies lead to the central zone of the lavish resort. Entire space is beautifully landscaped with waterfalls, fountains and gardens. Among these breathtaking landscapes all the hotels are built with different themes. Resorts World Sentosa has six theme based hotels. They are Crockfords Tower, Hotel Michael, Hard Rock Hotel, Festive Hotel, Equarius Hotel and Spa Villas. In the backdrop there are hills covered with green tropical forests. Tall structures of all the hotels with dome shaped tops look like crowns of the hills. Hotel Crockfords Tower is home to casino. It is an invitation only hotel with suites, mansions and villa. Each suite is luxuriously designed in architect Michael Graves signature style with flamboyant colored red and gold fabrics. There are four mansions with breathtaking view on the top floor. Villas have their personal living cum dining room and a swimming pool. Hotel Michael offers the view of the harbor. It has deluxe rooms and suites. Quick check in services and a wide range of amenities are some of the advantages of staying at hotel Michael. Hotel Hard Rock offers a bit dramatic ambiance with modern furnishings and fancy lightings. It offers deluxe rooms, suites and Rock Star Suite. To live in a Rock Star Suite, you do not have to cut a record! Festive hotel is designed exclusively for families with lots of options for family comfort and family amusement activities. Equarius Hotel and Spa Villas are yet to open. Equarius hotel is a family oriented hotel based on nature theme. They would offer water rides, water pools and slides surrounded by nature. Spa villas would offer rejuvenating and relaxing spa therapies. Resorts World Sentosa is a warm and welcoming place with cultural and ethnic environment.

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