HotelsNature and well-being take a front row seat at Oasia Resort Sentosa, Far East Hospitality's first resort and spa destination.

A new Oasia of wellness comes to Sentosa

Formerly Le Méridien Sentosa, the 191-key Oasia Resort Sentosa is Far East Hospitality's fourth property on the island.
Formerly Le Méridien Sentosa, the 191-key Oasia Resort Sentosa is Far East Hospitality's fourth property on the island. Photo Credit: Far East Hospitality

The 191-key Oasia Resort Sentosa has officially opened its doors on 1 September, marking homegrown Far East Hospitality's (FEH) first foray into the resort and spa category.

The new wellness-oriented resort — formerly Le Méridien Sentosa — is also FEH's fourth property in Sentosa, following Village Hotel Sentosa for families, The Outpost Hotel for couples, and The Barracks Hotel for heritage fans.

Wellness is naturally a central feature in the guestrooms — which span five categories of premier rooms, junior suites, suite room, spa suites, and the duplex suite — with in-room amenities such as Oasia's Signature Tea, Asmara wellness drinks in the minibar, and Oasis Balm for turndown service. In the rooms, single-use plastic bottles are replaced with Nordaq's eco-friendly refillable water filtration system.

Guests can also keep fit in room via an on-demand Wellness Channel, which offers a quarterly refreshed series of guided workouts, meditation and music therapy videos.

Oasia Resort Sentosa also houses Bedrock Origin, sister restaurant to Bedrock Bar & Grill on the mainland, serving signature steaks and seafood, plus healthy breakfast options including superfoods, low GI whole grain oats and sustainably locally-farmed Kühlbarra barramundi.

The Oasia Spa, the integral feature of Oasia Resort Sentosa and FEH's first-ever spa destination, offers full-body massages combining Thai, Japanese and Indian techniques, as well as first of its kind treatments in the region — think cryotherapy facial or PhytonAir therapies to replicate the benefits of 'forest bathing'.

As well, there are plenty of wellness-oriented activities to guarantee a healthy stay for guests. Guests can also pick from complimentary in-resort programmes, from HIIT and core classes to yoga and sunrise qi gong sessions.

Complimentary educational workshops such as managing food waste, farm-to-table concept, or learning about nutrition and food myths are available as well.

Oasia of wellness comes to Sentosa

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