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Friday, May 14, 2010

Capella Singapore on Conde Nast Traveler 'Hot List' for 2010


The 14th Annual list includes the 134 top new hotels around the world

SINGAPORE (May 14, 2010) – Capella Singapore, the ultra-luxury resort on Sentosa Island, has been listed on the prestigious annual 'Hot List' from Conde Nast Traveler that lists the top 134 new hotels around the world.

Surrounded by 30 acres of lush rainforest, Capella Singapore opened in March 2009 on Sentosa Island as Singapore's premier resort destination. "An exquisite Sentosa Island colonial / modern hybrid, the first Asian outpost of the nascent Capella brand is a poised yet easy going hotel that's refreshing for straight-laced Singapore," said Conde Nast Traveler

Restoration of the property was overseen by award-winning architect Lord Norman Foster and decor styled by leading international interior designers Jaya Ibrahim, Andre Fu and Yasuhiro Koichi.

As described by Conde Nast Traveler "with their generous dimensions and seaside views, even standard rooms feel like an upgrade compared to other Singapore properties," the hotel offers 112 guestrooms including two Colonial Manors, 38 villas and 4 Constellation rooms with private rooftop Jacuzzis

Dining options include Chinese fine dining at Cassia, all day dining of international and Asian cuisine at The Knolls and revitalising drinks and tapas at Bob's Bar. Capella Singapore also features the Auriga spa, a fitness centre, meeting rooms and a business centre with two boardrooms, a Library and three cascading outdoor pools.

For room reservations please contact Capella Singapore on +65 6591 5000 or reservations.singapore@capellahotels.com

About Capella Singapore:

Located on Singapore's premier resort destination, Sentosa Island, Capella Singapore offers an inspiring natural setting while providing easy access to Singapore's financial and shopping districts.  The flagship property for Capella Hotels and Resorts in Asia promises the ultimate in personalised service and represents a new standard of luxury in Asia, combining the best of old and new Singapore. Capella Singapore offers the most spacious accommodations in Singapore. The 112 guestrooms include two Colonial Manors, villas that feature private plunge pools and outdoor bathtubs, suites and premier rooms.  In addition, Capella Singapore offers the opportunity for extended stays with full access to the hotel's facilities via The Club at Capella Singapore.  These long stay offerings will include 72 sea-facing suites and duplexes and 9 manors with private pools.  For more information or to plan an event at Capella Singapore, please visit www.capellasingapore.com

About Capella Hotels and Resorts:

Capella Hotels and Resorts serves today's top-tier travelers and residential property owners and is setting a new standard in the hospitality industry.  Capella promises the unique benefits of the finest boutique hotels, including superb architecture and interior design, privacy, individualized service and attention to detail – combined with the amenities and activities of the world's great luxury hotels and resorts.  Capella, led by founder Horst Schulze, is a brand focused on customer choice, and offers choices that no other hotel company in the world can match.  Capella has opened world-class properties in gateway cities and high-profile resort destinations around the world, including: Breidenbacher Hof, a Capella Hotel (Düsseldorf, Germany); Capella Ixtapa (Ixtapa, Mexico); Capella Pedregal (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico); Capella Singapore (Sentosa Island, Singapore); Capella Telluride (Telluride, Colorado); and Schloss Velden, a Capella Hotel (Velden, Austria).  Capella has also announced plans for: Capella Bahia Maroma (Riviera Maya, Mexico); Capella Bangkok (Bangkok, Thailand); Capella Georgetown (Washington, D.C.); Capella Nahui (Riviera Nayarit, Mexico); Capella Niseko (Niseko, Japan) and The Setai Fifth Avenue, A Capella Managed Hotel (New York City).  Learn more at www.capellahotels.com


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