For health-conscious professionals
If all of that time spent at work is wearing you down, why not live in a place that will build you up?
The soon-to-be-opened Oasia Residence, Singapore is a wellness-centric serviced residence focused on pampering for busy professionals.
Located in the peaceful West Coast, its apartments aim to leave you with a full charge each time you step out.
Refuel and recharge
Breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day.
Before heading to work or the airport, refuel with a complimentary light Continental breakfast.
And there’s no need to pay for a separate gym membership. To recharge, visit the gymnasium 24 hours a day to pump up your heart rate on the treadmill or condition those muscles with a full set of weights.
Or, if you prefer to work out in the outdoors, the aqua gym and outdoor fitness area on Level 1 will get you sweating in no time.
If you have children, they can stay active and be entertained at the children’s playground.
Ready to refresh your mind and relax your body?
Head to the Massage Pavilion or Spa Pavilion for an indulging spa session or take a dip at the Sea Mist Spa Pool.
If a leisurely swim is what keeps you afloat, you’ll be glad to know there’s an outdoor swimming and lap pool on Level 1.
Likewise, as a resident of Oasia Residence, you’ll gain access to the serviced residence pool on Level 7, and can invite over friends for a party at the barbecue pits or function deck.
Choose between fully furnished studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments to suit you and your family’s needs.
Housekeeping services are available three days a week, so you don’t have to worry about chores during your precious downtime.
Complimentary Wi-Fi and select cable TV channels let you enjoy great movies and more.
For business travellers, Oasia Residence is minutes from the National University of Singapore, the Singapore Science Park and one-north.
Plus, its West Coast location is close to restaurants, parks and shopping, which you can explore to your heart’s content.
From The Finder, October 2016