Resorts World Sentosa Introduces New Hotel Ora To Innovate And Create
Hotel Ora is the new stylish destination to connect, collaborate and create
Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) has just launched the highly anticipated Hotel Ora, a new lifestyle destination designed for anyone seeking the seamless integration of work, play and relaxation. Now available for bookings, the former Festive Hotel has been fully renovated to offer an experience that nurtures human connections and creates enriching outcomes.
Incorporating uplifting human-centric design, Hotel Ora represents RWS’ commitment to continuously provide you with a place that stimulates the senses and creativity by encouraging you to be “in the here and now,” as expressed by the hotel name “Ora,” which is the Italian word for “now.”
Seamless Integration Of Work, Rest And Play
Moreover, a sizable number of travellers are also digital nomads who grew up in an era where technology enables them to be always connected and always on-the-go. Conceptualised with these travellers in mind, Hotel Ora is decked with a variety of mobile working spaces and smart coworking amenities across two levels of communal and hybrid workspaces to work and socialise in.
Not to mention, the lounge at Level Two is ideal for intimate small-scale meetings and evening cocktails. Epicureans can also look forward to a new concept restaurant with an outdoor terrace on Level Three to be launched at a later date for even more excitement.
Sustainability For A Better Tomorrow
Climate change is undoubtedly a concern for the modern-day traveller, especially for millennials and Gen Zs who seek more sustainable travel options in their endeavours to protect the planet. At RWS, sustainability has been a priority since it was first built over 10 years ago and this commitment is well reflected at Hotel Ora as well.
On top of that, as with RWS’ other hotels, Hotel Ora also offers sustainable options for drinking water instead of bottled water. These include refillable glass carafes in each room and communal water stations for ease of hydration along with bathroom amenities in sustainable packaging.
Rooms at hotel Ora are also fitted with motion sensors and electricity-efficient fans aimed at reducing energy consumption as well as environmentally-friendly carbon neutral vinyl flooring. Guests are also served reusable pens and paper from sources certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) instead of regular pens.
More information can be found on the Official Resorts World Sentosa Website.