Sentosa’s New High-Altitude Accommodations

Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore has unveiled two one-bedroom suites that were designed to blend in with their natural surroundings—trees. Appropriately named the Tree Top Lofts, thetwointimate properties, which opened in July, stand 23 and 40 feet above ground, overlooking Mount Faber to the north and the forests of Sentosa to the south. Each loft features natural timber wood throughout, and has a large living room and bedroom with sliding glass doors that open to wraparound terraces. Guests who stay at the Tree Top Lofts receive butler service along with access to the entire Resorts World Sentosa complex, which includes more than 60 restaurants, cafes, and bars, a Universal Studios theme park, an ESPA spa, and more. Rates start from approximately $2,500 per night for the new suites. (+65.6577.8888, www.rwsentosa.com)

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