Far East Hospitality has announced the launch of Oasia Resort Sentosa in the second quarter of 2021. Formerly the Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa up until 31 October 2020 and before that the Movenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa, the resort will be the fourth property on Sentosa island managed by Far East Hospitality, and marks Far East Hospitality’s first foray into the resort and spa category.

“The progression into the resort and spa field is both a natural and calculated move,” said Arthur Kiong, Chief Executive of Far East Hospitality. “Each of our properties on Sentosa cater to different demographics. Village Hotel Sentosa for urban explorers and families. The Outpost Hotel for young couples who prefer exclusivity, and The Barracks Hotel for those who enjoy old world charm of the building’s architecture and service offerings. With Oasia Resort Sentosa, which targets the wellness conscious, it completes our suite of offerings on the island.”

The 191-key property consists of Suites, Wellness Premier Rooms, and Deluxe Rooms. Guests will have the opportunity to experience a wellness lifestyle encompassing not just a spa treatment, but healthy eating, fitness routines, mind-body practices, as well as connecting with nature. Wellness journals, self-care checklists, and access to a collection of guided meditation audio are amongst the many items that are made available for guests during their stay.

I definitely have my eye set on this new Singapore property, considering I never did have the opportunity to check out Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa’s Onsen Suites.

Oasia Resort Sentosa
Oasia Resort Sentosa. Photo Credit: Far East Hospitality

Shawn is a full-time lawyer based in Singapore. Neither a professional critic, blogger nor photographer, Shawn is simply somebody who loves food and luxury hotels very much and (likes to think that he has) a quirky sense of humor. When Shawn is not premature ageing and turning his hair further grey due to stress and vicious deadlines, he is somewhere spending an exorbitant amount of money trying out new dining places and hotels.

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