The Palace: Super suite fit for a king

The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa

You don’t need to have royal blood running through your veins to stay at The Palace – the biggest super suite at Resorts World Sentosa. But you do need to be somebody. Because unlike super suites elsewhere, The Palace isn’t available to just anyone with truckloads of greenbacks to spare. It is reserved exclusively for invited guests only. Think VVIPs, celebrities, politicians and those in the upper echelons of the high rollers club.

But today’s your lucky day because even without that elusive invitation, you’ll get to see what lies beyond the walls of this two-storey luxury bungalow.
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The Palace is a sprawling 731 square metres of lush tropical haven. Stylishly clad in soothing earth tones and bespoke furnishings, this super suite is surprisingly inviting with its understated extravagance.

Interior of The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa
Left: the expansive living and dining areas awash with natural light
Right: 8-seater dining table, all lit up in glamour

It comprises four bedrooms (each with an en-suite bathroom), a spa and massage room, an 8-seater dining room, a mini garden and a fully equipped kitchen.

Master bedroom of The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa
The incredibly spacious master bedroom is about the size of three HDB common rooms.
Master bathroom with private sauna room at The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa
The breathtaking master bathroom is also home to a private sauna room.

There’s even an entertainment room decked out with the latest karaoke equipment and a full surround-sound system.

Entertainment room of The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa

But the pièce de résistance, in my opinion, is perhaps the 15m by 4m private lap pool which extends to a barbecue and alfresco dining area. Perfect for a dip and tan, followed by some Brazilian churrasco by a private chef under the stars.

Private lap pool of The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa

As you saunter through The Palace, paintings and artistic ornaments often embellish the view along the way. Like the gorgeous chandeliers dripping with crystals, ushering you down the stairs to the tranquil ground floor where three of the bedrooms are located. Or the horse ornament that imparts regal elegance to the living room. Even the table lamp in the master bedroom was a sight to behold.

Deco in The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa
Left: the stunning chandelier
Right: nature meets contemporary artistry in a table lamp
Deco in The Palace at Resorts World Sentosa
The horse ornament adds subtle grandiose

Of course, such a palatial experience would not be complete without the finest butler service. A team of butlers are on hand to attend to the guests’ every need round the clock, from arranging a Dolphin VIP programme for 25 people, to getting their favourite chicken rice from some obscure corner of mainland Singapore. Anything they wish for, as long as it is legal, the butlers will go out of their way to make it happen.

After all, guests of The Palace deserve nothing less than the royal treatment.

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