Hard Rock Hotel Singapore Resorts World Sentosa Review
Do you know there are six uniquely-themed hotels in Resorts World Sentosa? They are Crockfords Tower, Hotel Michael, Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Equarius Hotel and Beach Villas. Adding to the repertoire of six on-site accommodation options, Resorts World Sentosa has also opened Genting Hotel Jurong in April 2015. On our recent trip to Singapore, we stayed at the Hard Rock Hotel Singapore in Resort World Sentosa.
This is our 2nd Hard Rock Hotel experience, we stayed in Hard Rock Hotel Penang a couple of years ago. The Hard Rock Hotel branding is always hip and trendy with an attitude, where energy and glamour meet cutting edge contemporary design, guests at the newly refurbished Hard Rock Hotel Singapore are welcomed like rock royalty.
The Hard Rock Hotel Singapore in Resorts World Sentosa offers 364 rooms, including Deluxe Rooms, Deluxe Suites and the Rock Star Suite.
We stayed in the Deluxe Room and you can watch the video below as we did a walkthrough in the room so you can understand and see more what’s in the room.
All rooms feature amenities such as Internet connectivity, LCD TVs, mini bar, in-room entertainment and luxurious bedding as it is shown in our video. The deluxe room we stayed offers the view of Harbour Front and Vivo City.
The key highlight of Hard Rock Singapore is their swimming pool. With its tropical landscaping and man-made sandy beach, stunning free-form swimming pool lends itself to a dream setting for an entire day of relaxation. The man-made sandy beach with sand that is specially brought in from Australia.
There is also a beach volleyball court, stunning poolside cabanas and this is the best place to hang out with your family and loved ones.
Another important note of staying in Hard Rock Hotel Singapore is their breakfast at Sweet Sessions restaurant.
The restaurant offers a good range of local, Asian and Western breakfast spread. We must admit one of the best food for breakfast is their bakuteh noodle. This took us by surprise as they serve bakuteh noodle for breakfast. We are not a huge fan of Singaporean version of bakuteh but this is good. We had this for every morning and we still loved it.
The Asian section is good especially their version of nasi lemak. Not forgetting those freshly baked pastries and those yummy fruits. You won’t be disappointed with the breakfast in Sweet Sessions in Hard Rock Singapore.
Hard Rock Hotel is offers an ideal retreat for trendy jet setters and also families. The swimming pool facilities is ideal for kids and they can spend the whole day there. Not forgetting there also play rooms for kids.
With its ideal location, it takes less than 15 mins of walking to Universal Studios Singapore and other attractions in Resorts World Sentosa. You can walk back to the hotel and rest after a long day in Resorts World Sentosa.