After our sumptuous dinner at Oasia’s Function room, courtesy of Kitchen Language, we got to have a sneak peek at the various rooms in the hotel. Oasia Hotel is one of the hotels owned by Far East Hospitality, which is a subsidiary of Far East Organization.
Starting with the Club Lounge pool. No need to crowd at the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark. Oasia Hotel also boasts one of Singapore’s pools with a view. I believe this pool even won an award from Trip Advisor.
The Club Lounge itself. Of course only open to those on the Club Suite level.
This is the view of the ”normal guests” pool from the Club Lounge. Actually doesn’t look too bad right? There is another pool towards the left, but that’s the pool for the condo opposite Oasia Hotel, so don’t be mistaken.
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The Oasia Club Suite Room, features a very woody feel to it.
And of course, the Oasia Club Suite room boasts an adjoining living room. I kinda like having an adjoining room, makes it feel more like a home don’t you think?
View of the Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital from the Oasia Club Suite room. We were told that a lot of patients from overseas or families of patients choose to stay at Oasia for proximity reasons.
Oasia Club Room
Only the Oasia Club Room levels and above come with bathtubs. I know a lot of guests don’t utilise the bathtubs, but I like to have one anyway. It feels more budget hotel if there is no bathtub. And for the record, I do actually love to have a soak in the bathtub!
All the rest of the photos are of Oasia’s deluxe rooms. However, not all deluxe rooms are made the same way, even though the price is the same. This is the Oasia Deluxe CORNER room, which means that it is slightly larger than the ordinary ones. More windows and more bay areas to sit and read a book or something.
See I told you no bathtub.
The Oasia Deluxe King Bed room. I really like the wooden panelling on the wall! And the different rooms all have different type of carpeting.
The bathrooms are still very well-appointed even if there is no bath tub. For the Deluxe King room, the shower and the toilet cubicle are separated, so 2 people can do their thing at the same time.
I like detachable handheld shower heads.
And last but not least, the Oasia Twin Bed Room. It still looks good and very cosy. And I love the bay area seating, which is a feature for every room! Nice to have it in vibrant colours, plus the cute pillow.
And the room is still big enough to have a work area, with a number of fruits provided. AND a Nespresso machine. 2 complementary capsules of coffee a day.
Oasia Hotel Gym
Melvin from A Winsome Life demonstrating the clothed way of using the sauna….
Check out Oasia Hotel’s Media Launch party where we overdosed on the wonderful food available!
Oasia Hotel Singapore
8 Sinaran Drive Singapore 307470
+65 6664 0333
To book a hotel room http://www.stayfareast.com
Wow looking at the rooms feels like a staycation already!
I know! But it would be even better if one could stay there!