Oasia Hotel in Singapore Opens Executive Floor with its Own Pool

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Oasia Hotel Singapore, the newest hotel under Far East Hospitality, has opened its Executive Lounge, The Living Room, on the 22nd floor of the property.

The Lounge provides a private living room and swimming pool for exclusive use by Club Room and Club Suite guests.

Open 24 hours a day for the convenience of guests, The Living Room at Oasia Hotel offers breakfast, complimentary cocktails and canaps daily from 6pm to 8pm, as well as all-day and all-night snacks.

 Club guests can also enjoy the exclusive 20-metre lap pool and jacuzzi, or wind down by the sundeck area which is surrounded by greenery and panoramic skyline views.

Designed in a contemporary palette of neutral colours, The Living Room offers a series of formal and casual spaces for guests to have meetings, or simply relax throughout the day.

The hotel offers complimentary WIFI for its Club guests while onsite secretarial services including photocopying and faxing are also available upon request. Club guests can also enjoy the fully-equipped gymnasium, sauna and an alternative pool located on the eighth floor amidst a garden of tropical bamboo.

Opened in October 2011, Oasia Hotel Singapore has 100 Club Rooms spread over four floors. Designed by the award-winning Japanese design firm, Super Potato, the Club Rooms feature designer touches such as granite bathtubs, wooden wall features and designer lamps.

Each Club Room also boasts a 46 LED interactive television, iPod docking entertainment system, a Nespresso machine and bathroom amenities from Thann one of Thailands leading spa brands. Club guests can enjoy pre check-in services, complimentary broadband internet access and a choice of in-room scents.

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