Resorts World at Sentosa (RWS), one of two integrated resorts to open in Singapore, has unveiled the look of its hotel rooms.
Patrick Burke, the principal-in-charge of the project, Michael Graves & Associates, said: “We believe in ‘design for all’ and have become well known for designs that are familiar yet also original, fun and lively.
“We wanted to create a resort that is accessible at all scales – from the planning of the site to the tiniest details of the guestrooms – and thus appeals to people of all ages who will come here to pursue a tremendous variety of leisure activities.”
The family-oriented Festival Hotel will offer separate chambers with large ceiling windows and loft beds for children, while Maxims Tower will feature suites in stately dark wood, luxurious fabrics and hues of red and gold.
Hotel Michael, named after American designer Michael Graves, will carry his signature in everything from honey-coloured maple walls and “archaic landscape” murals in the rooms to circular blue mosaic showers.
These three hotels, along with three others (Hard Rock Hotel, Equarius Hotel and Spa Villas), will offer an additional 1,800 rooms on Sentosa, which already boasts seven properties.
The first guests are expected to check in early next year when the S$6.59 billion (US$4.37 billion) casino development soft opens.
For more information, visit www.rwsentosa.com