Resorts World Sentosa have recently unveiled two Tree Top Lofts as the latest additions to their luxurious accommodation offerings (others include Hotel Michael, Hard Rock Hotel and the recently opened Equarius Hotel and Beach Villas). The two unique and intimate suites – Angsana and Tembusu – are tucked away within the rainforest canopy, perched at a cool seven and twelve meters above ground respectively.
The Tree Top Lofts are tucked away in a private corner of tropical jungle — Photo courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa
Carefully positioned amidst the lush greenery to immerse guests in a one-of-a-kind “back to nature” experience, the lofts epitomize exclusivity and privacy, serving as the perfect secret hideaway for guests looking to escape the busy metropolis of Singapore (yet in reality the city is just a ten minute drive away).
Natural wood-panel walls give the suites a rustic, tropical resort feel, with the architecture carefully designed to optimize the natural flow of the existing trees. The use of natural materials, primarily timber, and neutral furnishings allow for the lofts to blend in with the native trees of their surroundings.
Neutral furnishings allow the Tree Top Lofts to blend in with the surrounding greenery — Photo courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa
Despite the ‘eco-tecture’ and rustic feel, the lofts do not want for bespoke five-star comforts, which include luxurious amenities and personalized butler service, and of course an elevator for access (no treehouse ladders here!)
The loft interiors command over 73 square meters of space, with each one-bedroom suite benefiting from a large living room and en suite bedroom. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open onto over 90 square meters of surrounding timber terracing, bringing guests even closer to nature.
Sliding glass doors open onto a spacious 90 meter timber terrace — Photo courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa