Prepare to be pampered at the Oasia Resort Sentosa. The garden-ringed retreat is the newest resort offering from Far East Hospitality.
You don’t need a reason to indulge in a little pampering. But if you’re looking for one, make it Singapore’s new Oasia Spa.
Sitting pretty amid landscaped gardens at Oasia Resort Sentosa, the wellness cocoon lowers your heart rate as soon as you step inside. Therapists greet you in hushed tones and usher you into the Tea Lounge. Blends include ‘The Refresh’, with white peony, lavender, lemon verbena, peppermint, and eucalyptus – aromatherapy massage oils feature complementing floral infusions.
You’ll find spa treatments inspired by Asian rituals with modern techniques. Take the ‘Healing Journey’, which sees your skin polished with a bamboo scrub followed by a tension-relief massage aided by the aroma of Kotoshina green tea. Or the ‘Cryo Facial’, which employs extreme cold temperatures to rejuvenate and plump skin cells.
Whichever therapy you choose, end your visit in the Meditation Lounge. The lounge is the perfect perch to engage in a little self-reflection followed by healthful snacks. In the spirit of sustainability, the spa makes its own dehydrated fruits from ‘ugly’ foods.
Oasia Spa is the first spa in Singapore to offer forest bathing therapy, inspired by the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku. The Meditation Lounge is equipped with Medklinn Cerafusion™ Technology and Phytonair Diffuser to inspire a calm mind for a complete relaxation experience.
Rooms at Oasia Resort Sentosa
Rooms at the Oasia Resort Sentosa are earthy and light-filled.
The hotel has 191 suites and rooms have all-natural amenities from Australian brand Biology.
The 40 square-metre Junior Suite has a separate living room, bedroom with a king-sized bed and a luxurious bathroom with a deep-soaking tub you won’t want to get out of.
Signature restaurant Bedrock Origin also has a focus on your wellbeing, with balanced meals tailored to all dietary requirements.
The cuisine reflects the elements of the resort’s coastal location and where land and sea come together. It uses all-natural ingredients to serve up fresh and nourishing meals.
Within walking distance of Oasia Resort Sentosa is Mess Hall. It was originally built as a military recreational club for soldiers in 1904, which is how the building got its name. Now, it is a one-stop eating district with sensational restaurant choices, all housed in a restored colonial building. Restaurants include Hide by Hide Yamamoto, Quentin’s, Royal Taj and Le Faubourg.
Recreational activities at Oasia Resort Sentosa aim to complete a well-balanced lifestyle
Yoga with Lululemon workout mats, qi gong, core and HITT classes and a 24-hour gym are among the workout offerings. If you don’t want to leave your room, Les Mills workout videos are available on-demand on a pre-loaded iPad.
The 22.5-metre pool is fringed with plants and has sun loungers to rest and relax after an intense HIIT workout.
There are also complimentary Learn Well workshops that include ‘Community Urban Farming by Grobrix’ and ‘Food Myths, Nutrition & Herbalism by Asmara’.
Green spaces are created indoors through enormous green walls.
The wellness lounge is your hub for all things wholesome. Wellness programs include tea appreciation classes and learning how to make calming balms and body scrubs.
Things to do on Sentosa Island
Explore what the island has to offer from the Imbiah Monorail Station, nature trails, Siloso Beach, shopping a VivoCity and world-class attractions.