Singapore Bay Hotel – A New Gateway to Sentosa

A new destination hotel, the Bay Hotel, will open at the gateway to Sentosa in the third quarter of 2011. The hotel aims to cater to both business and leisure travelers, focusing on those with a taste for adventure and something unique and out of the ordinary. Occupying a prime location at the gateway of Sentosa, the hotel will straddle the sea and the jungles. It will be a great base for travelers to better explore Singapore as both a business and travel destination. The Bay Hotel occupies a total area of over 21,000 square feet, boasting 333 well-appointed rooms and suites. Each room is equipped with panoramic bay windows to offer guests a stunning view of Sentosa or the lush Mount Faber from the comfort of their own rooms.

The Bay Hotel is slated to open to travelers and locals in the third quarter of 2011. It will be Singapore’s newest hotel catering to both business travelers and discerning leisure tourists who are more adventurous and want to be different, it occupies a prime location at the gateway of Sentosa. The Bay Hotel will be a great launch pad for travelers, allowing them to better experience Singapore as both a business and travel destination.

Located within striking proximity from Sentosa and its many attractions (Resorts World casino, Universal Studios, luxury stores and urbane beach clubs the likes of Tanjong Beach Club), the hotel is located right beneath Mount Faber and next to a Malay heritage site, giving all kinds of travelers ease of access to any kind of attractions they are looking for. Further enhancing the hotel’s impeccable location is its location just minutes away from the CBD and the Alexandra business area, as well as the HarbourFront Business Centres and Vivocity right across the road.

The hotel will be occupying a total area of 21,168 square feet, boasting 11-storeys and 333 well appointed rooms: 42 standard rooms, 278 deluxe rooms, 7 executive rooms and 6 suites. Every room is equipped with panoramic bay windows to offer stunning views of Sentosa or lush views of the jungle that is Mount Faber.

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