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Sitting just south of Singapore’s Central Business District lies Sentosa Island, a resort and entertainment paradise. Here, you will find most of Singapore’s beaches, which all have an exclusive and high-end feel to them, thanks in part to Sentosa’s admission fee. The island is also home to several awesome theme parks and swanky marinas, filled with restaurants and bars. Sentosa is connected to the CBD by a bridge, so it’s a quick 15 minute taxi ride to the sights and the gay nightlife. Although not a gay bar, Tanjong Beach Club in the south of the island is popular with all sorts of beautiful young people, including a large gay clientele.
♥ Cool and contemporary design
♥ Awesome outdoor swimming pool
♥ State-of-the-art fitness center
♥ Great amenities in every room
Featuring W’s usual blend of youthful style and sophistication, this Sentosa Cove hotel is filled with unique, quirky design. All rooms are incredibly spacious, with large windows (look out for the Harbor View rooms!), colorful design, mood lighting, and Bose sound systems. The suites take things up a notch, both in terms of decor and amenities, with cool add-ons like a private plunge pool available. The hotel boasts a huge pool, complete with floats, underwater speakers, as well as a truly exceptional on-site gym, two restaurants, and a bar. W Singapore – Sentosa Cove is the most booked gay-friendly beach resort in Singapore.
♥ Jam-packed schedule of activities
♥ Beachfront location
♥ Stunning views from several rooms
♥ Balcony in every room
This resort sits on Siloso Beach, arguably the most popular and developed beach in Singapore. There’s a large natural water pool with slides, a gym, and a wide selection of daily activities ranging from kayaking to karaoke, aqua aerobics, volleyball, and live music, not to mention a luxury pampering spa. The rooms are spacious and pleasant – look out for the panoramic and terrace rooms to make the most of the location.
♥ Relaxing and peaceful
♥ Awesome luxury options for groups
♥ Four outdoor pools with distinct vibes
♥ Walking distance to a beach and theme park
Amara Sanctuary is made up of lush gardens and colonial-style buildings. The rooms are stylish, with large windows and lovely views, but it’s the villas and studios that stand out. The Family Mansion is especially luxurious, and a great option for a group of friends. There are four outdoor pools, a good gym, and a state-of-the-art spa. The resort is located a short walk from both Palawan Beach and Universal Studios Singapore, while more central areas like Chinatown are just a 10-minute drive away.
♥ Comfortable and spacious rooms
♥ Extra-luxurious villa available
♥ Direct beach access from the pool
♥ Excellent fitness facilities
This beautiful resort is decorated throughout in a French colonial style, a nod to both Singapore’s history and Sofitel’s origins. Every impeccably designed room comes with Sofitel’s trademark extra-comfy bed and Lanvin toiletries, but opt for a suite or villa for extra luxury. Head to the secluded spa to relax, or to the state-of-the-art gym to keep fit. There’s a large swimming pool for lounging and laps, and behind it a set of stairs that lead down the cliff straight to Tanjong Beach, where you’ll find the gay-popular Tanjong Beach Club.
♥ Private and luxurious villas
♥ Several sizes available
♥ Excellent facilities
♥ 24/7 butler service
For beachside luxury and privacy, you can’t do better than one of these 5-star villas. Each one is beautifully furnished, with high-quality amenities like rain showers, large freestanding tubs, and Nespresso machines, as well as a round-the-clock butler service. Several villas come with their own private plunge pool, but all have access to the large central swimming pool. They come in 1, 2, and 3-bedroom, so both couples and groups are catered for. The spa offers various treatments as well as a good gym, and there is an excellent restaurant and a bar on-site.
♥ Incredible luxury with President seal of approval
♥ Spacious and ultra-comfortable rooms
♥ Exceptional five-star Auriga spa
♥ Beautiful views and location
Celebs love the Capella Singapore from pop queens Madonna and Lady Gaga to the world of politics. President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un held an historic meeting at the Capella Singapore.This luxurious resort is immersed in the dense jungle-like greenery of Sentosa Island, with a blend of colonial and contemporary decor. Every spacious room comes with large windows and a balcony from which to admire the view, some with a private jacuzzi. There are also private villas on offer, as well as stunning contemporary 3-bedroom mansions which sleep up to six people. Auriga, the on-site spa, is among Singapore’s finest, offering a range of indulgent bespoke treatments. Both the Cantonese and Mediterranean restaurants are excellent, as is the idyllic Bob’s Bar.
♥ One of Asia’s most prestigious Marina Clubs
♥ Large rooms with excellent views
♥ Great fitness and wellness facilities
♥ Incredible luxury suites available
This Marina Club is one of Asia’s best and most luxurious, set along the Sentosa Cove harbor. The hotel is fairly exclusive, with only 26 rooms, each of which is spacious and decorated in a modern style. You can choose between a Hill View or Marina View room, or you could upgrade to the decadent Monte Carlo Suite, which comes with a Marina-facing jacuzzi. The hotel boasts a very good fitness center, a large infinity pool, tennis courts, and a spa. You can choose from six outstanding restaurants and bars, ranging from casual to upscale.