W Sentosa Cove Gives Singapore a Waterfront WOW

Just as the island nation of Singapore punctuates the Malay Peninsula like an exclamation point, Singapore’s Sentosa Cove development occupies a superlative island location where the Singapore Strait links the South China Sea and the Bay of Bengal.

This massive development zone will eventually be home to over 2500 residential units, in addition to a marina club, golf club, apartment buildings and waterfront house lots with names such as Paradise Island and Treasure Island. But we at HotelHomes.com are most excited about the development’s hotel-branded residences, the Residences at the W Sentosa Cove, Singapore.

The 228 residential units range from two- to four-bedrooms in 1227 to 6297 square feet (114 to 585 square meters) and are arranged in a curved structure adjacent to the new W Hotel. There is plenty of W’s “WOW” factor here.

Nearly every residence has water views, arranged along a waterfront park and promenade that includes an infinity swimming pool, children’s play pool, lily pond, and spa beds. The outdoor park also has a children’s playground, cabanas, fire barbecue pit and 37 marina berths for boat owners.  Residents also have access to a private clubhouse with lounge, function room concierge and fitness center with steam rooms.

The Residences at W Sentosa Cove are desirable both as primary and second homes, with nearby access to Singapore’s metro network and prestigious schools. The residences have dramatic layouts that incorporate generous outdoor balconies and planters with oversized living rooms, multiple bedrooms and luxurious bathrooms. Many homes are accessed through private elevator landings and separate service areas.

The hotel’s spa, restaurants and nightlife options are just steps away, and owner discounts are up to 25% at these on-property amenities. W’s signature Whatever/Whenever concierge services are also available to handle life’s little details.

Construction is now completed, and the residences are available for immediate move-in. Pricing starts at approximately S$3.4 million, or US$2.75 million.