Oasia Hotel Novena – Book the “O’ What a Weekend!” Staycation Package and Unwind at this Fabulous Hotel

Oasia Hotel Novena – Book the “O’ What a Weekend!” Staycation Package and Unwind at this Fabulous Hotel

March 28, 2020

Wood, granite and other natural elements make up the calming landscape in the charming enclave of Novena, located near the bustling Orchard Road and business district. While soothing tones fill Oasia Hotel Novena, the epitome of comfort and style is best enjoyed via the Club experience designed by the acclaimed Takashi Sugimoto of interior design firm, Super Potato. Inspired by the natural environments of Asia, and the hospitality of our cultures, thoughtful touches can be seen all over the hotel – from relaxing oak and teak tones harmonised by natural light in the rooms to Oasia’s signature scent in various spaces to refresh your senses. With Oasia’s highly-lauded award-winning Club Lounge and private pool, peace and quiet comes with absolute exclusivity.

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The usual “O’ What a Weekend!” staycation package includes a one-night stay in the Superior Room, breakfast for 2 at The Marmalade Pantry, high-tea set for 2 at The Marmalade Pantry between 3pm and 6pm, 1-for-1 main course, 1 hour of fitness activity and of course, free and unlimited WiFi usage. Jayden and I were upgraded to the Club Room, and we had access to The Living Room on Level 22 (Club Lounge). Being a Club guest, we were entitled to the following perks during our stay:
– Complimentary breakfast at The Living Room
– Complimentary evening cocktail at The Living Room
– Complimentary in-room wellness beverage
– Exclusive use of the private swimming pool and Jacuzzi on Level 22
– Complimentary 2 pieces of laundry per room per night (non-accumulative)

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For non-club guests, you can still enjoy the 20-metre lap pool and heated Jacuzzi on Level 8. The pool and Jacuzzi are beautifully set in the hotel’s garden, and the sunrise view from this pool is unforgettable. You can also use the 24-hour gym, treat your body to therapeutic high heat to detox or simply step inside the steam and sauna rooms to soothe your nerves and relax your muscles.

As for the fitness activity that I’ve mentioned above, there are weekly pilates, zumba and yoga classes. Please check with the friendly front office staff for more information. Do note that in view of the current Covid-19 situation, the hotel has suspended all fitness activities until further notice.

If you’re thinking of staying in a hotel that’s near Orchard Road and Singapore’s iconic attractions yet not smacked right in the heart of the city, you can consider Oasia Hotel Novena.

Oasia Hotel Novena
Address: 8 Sinaran Drive, Singapore 307470
Website: Click here.

Note that this is an invited stay, but the opinions are the writer’s own.

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