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Old November 23rd, 2009, 08:48 AM   #81
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30 bookings for events so far at Resorts World

Interest rising as world economy recovers, boosting Mice industry

23 Nov 09


AHEAD of its soft opening early next year, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) said that it has confirmed 30 event bookings, a number of which are major international meetings that are expected to boost Singapore's standing in the Mice (meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions) industry.


The most prominent event it has attracted so far is the 11th World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (WCEC), happening on Oct 5-7, 2011. Held every two years in a different city, the WCEC is a key platform for ethnic Chinese entrepreneurs to learn from one another's experiences, discover new opportunities and expand networks. It is expected to draw 4,000 of the top business leaders from around the world.

'We are an Asian company operating in Asia,' said RWS chief executive Tan Hee Teck. 'Our roots date back to our late founder and chairman Lim Goh Tong, himself a self-made Chinese entrepreneur. It is an honour for Resorts World Sentosa to host the WCEC.'

As for major events next year, those that it has sealed include a Nu Skin Enterprises South-east Asia Convention and a Best World International anniversary awards convention, which are expected to garner 7,000 delegates and 2,000 delegates respectively.

There is also the Asia Pacific Retailers Convention 2011, which will draw some 1,500 guests.

'As the world's economy recovers, we are getting strong interest from organisers for events from 2010 to as far ahead as 2014 and that gives us great confidence in Singapore's meetings and incentive travel sector in the mid to long term', said RWS director of Mice Elena Arabadjieva.

One of the two integrated resorts that is being built in Singapore, RWS has been garnering plenty of buzz around the impending opening of its Universal Studios theme park. When opened, it will be the only one in South-east Asia. RWS also houses the world's largest Marine Life Park, six hotels, a casino and a palette of Las Vegas-styled entertainment, world-class performances, restaurants by celebrity chefs and retail shops.

RWS has the capacity to host up to 35,000 Mice guests at any one time. Other than event spaces within Universal Studios Singapore, it has 26 function rooms located within the Resorts World Convention Centre. As well, it houses one of Asia's largest column-free ballrooms that seats 7,300 people.


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First Victoria's Secret in Asia to open here

17 Dec 09

Lingerie retailer will open at Resorts World Sentosa in Q1 next year

VICTORIA'S Secret is coming to town. And hopefully, so will some of the company's models.

Ashvin Valiram, director of Malaysian-based retailer Valiram Group, says that this will be the first Victoria's Secret store in Asia and it will open at Resorts World Sentosa - with Valiram's other new-to-market brands Canali and Damiani - in the first quarter of next year.

Already, there are plans to fly in brand ambassadors such as Sharon Stone and Orlando Bloom to grace various events.

On whether the famous Victoria's Secret fashion show could be included, Mr Valiram said: 'Never say never.'

He revealed that he has had his eye on Victoria's Secret for some time. 'We have been talking to the company for the past five years.'

The clincher for the US-based lingerie and beauty products retailer was a spot at Resorts World Sentosa, which has a high international profile, according to Mr Valiram.

Valiram only secured the deal to be the sole operator of the 30,000 sq ft luxury retail segment in May. 'A herculean task,' he said.

It will spend $18 million to fit out the space that will include 24 stand-alone boutiques.

'It's a travel retail business that will focus on tourists and high rollers,' he said.

The model for the space is similar that for duty-free shopping at airports - probably because Valiram first ventured into retail with duty-free shops at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in 1997.

Today, the company also operates luxury fashion space at Changi Airport's Terminals 2 and 3.

About 80 per cent of the brands for its Resorts World at Sentosa space have been confirmed, including Bally, Bvlgari, Chanel, Coach, Jimmy Choo, Tod's, Vertu and Ralph Lauren.

But there are notable omissions, such as Louis Vuitton - a brand which has become synonymous with luxury retail.

Mr Valiram says that the company has had discussions with Louis Vuitton, which may consider an outlet at Sentosa later.

He concedes that 30,000 sq ft is not a large space, but says that he expects to 'maximise space productivity'.

Valiram will also be looking to expand its business outside Sentosa.

It recently opened a flagship Coach store at Paragon shopping centre and is always on the lookout for the 'right location'.

With retail rents likely to moderate, this should not be a problem.

Put off by the high retail rents in previous years, Valiram decided to stay out of the market.

But things are different now.

'I get more excited in a crisis because we get to do more logical deals,' Mr Valiram said.

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Yes, the hotels will have a wonderful view of the container port.
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Sentosa IR hotels to open

By Jessica Lim - StraitsTimes.com - 6 Jan 10

Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) announced on Tuesday that it will throw open its doors on Jan 20, but those who want to visit the Universal Studios Singapore Theme Park or roll the dice at its casino will have to wait a little longer.

Announcing the highly anticipated opening date yesterday, RWS said that when Jan 20 rolls around, four of its six hotels and 10 restaurants and lounges will begin operations.

The four hotels are the Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Crockfords Tower and Hotel Michael. The restaurants and lounges include modern patisserie Boulangerie on the second level of Festive Hotel and Indian restaurant Rang Mahal on the second level of the Hard Rock Hotel.

The IR's theme park, FestiveWalk - a 500-metre stretch featuring retail outlets, restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs and clubs - and theatre are slated to open within the next two months, RWS spokesman Robin Goh said on Tuesday.

He said the testing of rides has already begun, and added that the theatre is ready for use - it staged its first event, the ChildAid charity concert, late last month.

No firm date was given for when the casino will open, but it is likely to be in the first quarter of the year, according to Mr Goh, who said an application has already been made to Singapore authorities.
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Special packages for hotel rooms at Resorts World Sentosa

By Cheryl Lim, Channel NewsAsia | 06 January 2010

Tour agents in Singapore are launching special packages for hotel stays at Resorts World Sentosa, which is slated to open on January 20. Reservations for the hotel rooms at the integrated resort will open only on January 11 at 10am. However, the integrated resort said it has received hundreds of calls on its reservations hotline.

Travel agents said while they are targeting markets like the US and the UK, their main focus will be visitors from around the region - including Indonesia, Hong Kong and China. Other travel agents said they are offering hotel stays at Resorts World as part of a regional tour package to places like Malaysia, Bintan and Batam.

Alicia Seah, senior vice-president, Marketing and PR, Commonwealth Travel Service, said: "We are expecting families, leisure travellers as well as business travellers, who are holding their incentive trips here in Singapore."

Moreover, those early birds who do not mind the fact that the casino will not be ready until late January will get 30 to 40 per cent off the travel deals. Judy Lam, group vice-president, Sales & Marketing, Tour East, said: "The pre-opening packages can start from S$200 to S$300 for either a two-night package or a three nights' package. The actual opening packages would start from about S$500."

During the soft launch, room rates at Resorts World's three hotels - Hotel Michael, Festive Hotel and Hard Rock Hotel - are likely to range between S$400 per night for a regular deluxe room and S$3,000 for the presidential suite.
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Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios Singapore is a new theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It was a key component of Genting's bid for the right to build Singapore's second integrated resort. It was announced on 8 December 2006 by the Singapore government that the consortium had won the bid and construction of the theme park and the rest of the resort then started on 16 April 2007 and will be opening in early 2010. It will be the second Universal Studios to open in Asia and the first in Southeast Asia.

The official plans for the park were unveiled to the public when Universal Studios Singapore released a map of the park to the public on 20 October 2009
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Resorts World Sentosa to have over 60 F&B outlets

SINGAPORE: An army of 2,700 workers will operate at Resorts World Sentosa to ensure guests do not go hungry.

When the integrated resort is fully operational, it will have more than 60 F&B outlets.

Some of the world's best chefs have been roped in, including 25 Michelin-star culinary stalwart, Joel Robuchon. He is opening not one, but three restaurants at the resort.

The F&B team at the integrated resort has a mammoth culinary task. They have to whip up about 40,000 meals daily for about 12 or 13 million visitors expected annually.

And to win the gastronomical challenge - they are taking astronomical steps.

John Sloane, vice president, Culinary Operations, Resorts World Sentosa said: "We will have 191 chefs just in the central kitchen doing the production. On a daily basis, we will move about 900 kilos of beef, one tonne of chicken, two tonnes of vegetables and numerous other items."

The selection of dishes also came after a lengthy period of R&D.

Roger Lienhard, vice president, F&B and Rooms, Resorts World Sentosa, said: "We do have Italian food, but what kind of Italian food we don't have? So we went to Northern Tuscany. We looked at all our food courts.

"We wanted to have Hong Kong food, which is in the casino, which is very authentic. And we went soul-searching in Hong Kong - I don't know in how many little shops I ate in Hong Kong."

With one of the biggest catering jobs in Singapore, the resort will also serve up to 5,000 banquet guests at any one time in one of Asia's biggest ballrooms - Resorts World's Compass Ballroom.

However, there are concerns whether the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort will have similar offerings when it opens.

Mr Sloane said: "If our competitors have similar dishes, we would have to make sure our technical proficiency in the kitchen can deliver that as a better eating component for you as a consumer, when you come."

And when it comes to food, Resorts World said it promises the world's best cuisines in one destination.

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Ready for IR crowd

With Resorts World Sentosa set to make a big splash when it opens, businesses in the surrounding area are gearing up for what they hope will be a crush of visitors in coming months



WITH just months to the completion of Phase 1 of Resorts World Sentosa, and days to the debut of four of its hotels, businesses in and around Sentosa are feverishly primping up.

Buildings, facilities and decor are being spruced up or expanded, and employees are being trained to handle crowds expected to spill over from the integrated resort (IR).

Take St James Power Station, sited just across the water. It has just emerged from a six-month, $1.5 million makeover which has added a new sports bar and upgraded two of its nine clubs.

Its Mandopop club Dragonfly now has a three-tiered stage and high-tech lighting and LED screens; 20 new artistes have been hired, and a money-changing service will begin operating at its main reception area.

After Chinese New Year, another two of its bars will be upgraded.

It may be a bit early for the three-year-old entertainment complex's first renovation, but its chief executive Dennis Foo, 56, thinks it is necessary.

http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking...ry_477662.html

More thrills, spills on Sentosa

MORE fun times are in store for visitors of Sentosa over the coming months, with new attractions opening across and above the island.

Besides the integrated resort (IR), a brand new cable car system, skydiving simulator, beach club and visitor arrival centre will be rolled out this year.

They come right after two new attractions - water sports centre Azzura and surfing hot spot Wave House - opened last September and October, respectively, at Siloso Beach.

The timing is hardly coincidental.

'We made sure that the project would be completed about the same time as the IR would be,' said Mr Lawrence Koh, who brought the skydiving simulator, iFly, to Singapore.

'The opening of the IR will drum up a lot of interest in Sentosa and its attractions. We want to attract these visitors,' said Mr Koh, who expects half of iFly's visitors will be those going to the IR.
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RWS opens 4 hotels

20 Jan 2010

By Lim Wei Chean

AT THE auspicious 8.18am on Wednesday, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) opened the doors of its four hotels to the public.

They are the Crockford Tower, Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel and Hotel Michael.

Genting Group chairman Lim Kok Thay told reporters it will next open the retail and dining strip, Festive Walk, to be followed by Universal Studios theme park and then the casino, for which it is still awaiting a licence to operate.

RWS CEO Tan Hee Teck said some 6,400 staff are already on the payroll. Construction works on Phase Two have begun and are expected to be completed by next year.


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There are, of course, about a million ways to get to the casino because that's where Genting wants you to go... but this is the path from the "main" hotel entrance between Festive Hotel and Crockfords. (For this and future posts, consulting the official online map will be handy, it's pretty confusing even on site since there are absolutely zero maps!)

The first thing to understand: the hotel lobbies are level 2, and the casino is two levels underground (B2F). Here's the entrance down from the hotel level:



Down two flights of escalators with changing LED lights and LED panels featuring swimming fish...



Through a spooky underground hall with projected images all around (those "cloud" things on the wall, they move around!)



And ta-dah, you finally get to the actual entrance gates:



Looks like North-East Line or what? Note the signs marking the entrances for "Foreign Guests" and "Singaporeans/PR".

Now, the entrance gates are actually at one end of the semi-outdoor Festive Walk retail mall (kinda like Bugis Junction), only it's not open yet:



There are also more escalators down deeper yet to the car park and the shuttle bus stand.
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There are now four hotels open, but the Hard Rock is separated from the rest by the convention centre (open but empty) and the casino (not open yet). This means that right now, if you want to go there from the rest of the complex, you need to go out from the Festive Hotel's lobby and follow the driveways for a hundred meters or so.

From the outside:


Lobby is very low-ceiling and kinda boring:


But the fake "lagoon" area by the pool isn't too bad:




Rang Mahal Pavilion restaurant also looks good:


Next door, actually a part of the same building as the hotel (you can walk across the two inside), is the convention center:



Decoration is pretty hideous:


And while I'm sure naming your conference rooms after the signs of the zodiac sounded good, who's going to want to go to a room called Cancer?



Fortunately this guy doesn't seem to care too much
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Festival Hotel is the family-friendly option and it's reasonably nicely decorated:



Including some weird art:


After a bit of shopping (Victoria's Secret seemed popular!), the casino entrance (see above) and more shopping, we get to the entrance to Crockfords:



Note the shortcut to FestiveWalk that will open here later. The Crockfords Tower's claim to fame is millions of dollars worth of Chihuly art:





Very Vegas, but what the hey, it's pretty

Hotel Michael I didn't take any pictures of for some reason, it didn't look particularly good and I was in a hurry to go see more interesting stuff. The main connecting bridge from the rest of Sentosa will apparently terminate here, but it's not ready yet:

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RWS hotels booked solid till March

25 Jan 2010





(SINGAPORE) Thinking of staying at one of the newly opened hotels at Singapore's first integrated resort (IR) anytime soon?

If you haven't booked a room at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) by now, you will likely have to wait until March at the earliest before you can take a vacation there. The IR revealed on its Facebook fan page last Friday that its four newly opened hotels 'have reached maximum capacity' until the end of April. Then, in an update posted on Saturday, it said that it had 'managed to free up some rooms' in the months of March and April.

This past weekend (Jan 23-24), RWS saw occupancy rates at its four hotels soar to over 90 per cent, said Robin Goh, assistant director for communications, adding that both the Festive Hotel and the Hard Rock Hotel Singapore reported full houses.

RWS expects to be operating at full or near-full capacity during weekends for the foreseeable future. Already, every room during a nine-day period spanning the upcoming Chinese New Year holiday from Feb 13 to Feb 21 has been snapped up by both Singaporeans and overseas guests eager to be among the first in the world to stay at the IR.

Last Wednesday, RWS celebrated the soft opening of four of its six hotels - Festive Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Hotel Michael and the by-invitation-only Crockfords Tower. This was the first of several phased openings at the $6.59 billion development on the island.

Collectively, the four hotels offer 1,350 rooms and 10 restaurants. The other two hotels - Equarius Hotel and Spa Villas - will add another 500 rooms when they are launched as part of the second phase later this year.

When the IR's call centre first opened its hotline on Jan 11, the first three days alone saw some 5,000 room nights booked. RWS said last week that it expects six out of every 10 visitors to be from overseas, and of these, a quarter will come from China.

But there could be some hope yet for latecomers, said Mr Goh. 'As per industry practice, travel agents have what is known as 'agent allotments' of rooms. Hence, guests might be lucky to snag a room if there are some rooms still available under individual travel agents.'

His advice: Book rooms fast before demand surges as more attractions and entertainment options, including the casino and the Universal Studios Singapore theme park, open over the next few months.

Rack rates start from $400 a night for Festive Hotel, $450 for Hard Rock Hotel and $500 for Hotel Michael.


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Resorts World Casino opens its doors

The Casino will have its first play on 14 February at an auspicious hour. A private ceremony will be carried out, and we will then our first public guest at 12.18 pm.

A day of festivities at the Integrated Resort has been planned to mark the red-letter day, including a debut of our public attraction, Lake of Dreams.

Throughout the Lunar New Year period, Resorts World Sentosa™ will be rolling out a series of entertainment and food and beverage options for visitors.

Universal Studios Singapore Festive Tours

Universal Studios Singapore will open 5 pm to 9 pm every night from 14 Feb to 21 Feb. Visitors can purchase tickets, costing $10 each, and get dining and shopping vouchers of the same value. The park’s dining and retail outlets will be open for dinners/quick-bites and shopping.

Ticket sales start from 12.18pm Friday, 12 February, at the ticket booths outside Universal Studios Singapore.

Members of the public are discouraged from turning up for the tours without a pre-bought ticket.
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my wife ..and i... so miss singapore...







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Yeah, not only is its urban environment modern and well-planned (i.e., dense and proximate urban environment and very accessible and pedestrian-friendly shopping streets) but also very clean and lush green.

And, this development is a microcosm of that. Resorts World Sentosa is so well-planned. I do have complaints when it comes to the aesthetics department.
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Yeah, not only is its urban environment modern and well-planned (i.e., dense and proximate urban environment and very accessible and pedestrian-friendly shopping streets) but also very clean and lush green.

And, this development is a microcosm of that. Resorts World Sentosa is so well-planned. I do have complaints when it comes to the aesthetics department.
i totally agree........my only complaint tho is that they all drive the wrong way...

i tried to do that in sydney....and a pavement hit me....







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