In addition to the hotel's 111 rooms, there are also 11 suites and 38 villas complete with private plunge pools. (Hello, skinny dipping!) The four aptly named Constellation Rooms each have a private rooftop Jacuzzi which sounds lovely except the hotel is "just ten minutes from [a] bustling business and shopping district" so we aren't sure how clear skies always are.
Still, Capella boasts that "once within the 30 acres of lush greenery, you will be instantly captivated by the serenity and discreet splendor of the hotel." It better! These villas cost more than some monthly Manhattan rentals, starting at $1,800 a night.
And rounding out the "Forget the Recession" mentality, Deputy Prime Minister S. Jayakumar was the hotel's guest of honor, Rolls Royce is launching its new model 200EX at the hotel and Gucci is showing its spring collection there. Finally, finally finally a hotel that isn't a stickler with late afternoon check-ins. Capella says when you're forking over at least $492 a night, then heck, you can check in at any time you want.
They are also moderately sensitive to bargain hunters: guests who stay two nights get a third night free. The deal is available through May.