Two restored Tanah Merah colonial bungalows from the 1880s are at the center of the Sentosa Island getaway, from which the hotel stretches into gardens and lawns framed by the sea. Taking inspiration from Tanah Merah, which is translated as “red earth” in Malay, architects Foster and Partners created this resort in Singapore to blend in with the local architecture and the scenic surroundings.
Each of the 112 rooms, suites, and villas, which are situated on 30 acres of serene and lushly landscaped grounds, was painstakingly and beautifully designed by Jaya Ibrahim to mix tailored modern comforts with natural materials and hints of Asian history.
A subtle blending of the old and the new, a beautiful union of traditional charm and contemporary elegance.
Every area of Capella Singapore has something special to offer, as can be seen during a leisurely tour through the property.