More options for those who are looking forward to a staycation in Phase 2.
Another 13 hotels have been approved to take in guests for staycations as of Jul 13 by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB).
Here are the 13 hotels that have been approved to resume staycations!
Located in Sentosa, Capella Hotel Singapore has 112 rooms, suites and villas immersed in an island escape.
The hotel’s Sentosa Staycation package offers 20 per cent off best available rates, valid for stays till Sept 30. Rates start from $624 per night.
If you book now and stay by Sept 30, Wed, you will also receive $100 dining credits and daily breakfast at The Knolls for two.
You can even bring your pet along! Do note that only one pet up to 15kg per room is allowed, and they can neither be left unattended nor visit public facilities including the pool, spa, and dining outlets.
Click here to explore what more Capella Hotels has to offer.
Hotel NuVe is located just a five-minute walk away from Bugis MRT train station, so a staycation here means you can treat yourself to a well-deserved break surrounded by beautiful Instagram-worthy spots and cute cafes.
The boutique hotel currently has a staycation promotion with rates starting from $80 per night, with a fully-stocked complimentary in-room minibar that is replenished daily.
You may also request for custom arrangements or room decorations for special events, like birthdays and anniversaries, on the booking page under “special request”.
Book your hotel staycation directly and relish the benefits, from low rates to early bird discounts, during your stay.
Hotel YAN, located at 162 Tyrwhitt Road, prides itself as a hotel that presents its guests with a serene environment.
The boutique hotel offers high speed Wi-Fi internet access from hotel lobby to all guest rooms, a free in-room minibar in every room and even handicapped user friendly facilities!
Currently, the hotel is offering 37 per cent off rates for a two-night stay, and 39 per cent off for a three-night stay. It is valid for all superior and deluxe rooms with a complimentary in-room minibar and wifi access. Rates start from $96.
There’s also an early booking promotion. If you book a room at least seven days in advance via their website, you can get 40 per cent off.
Maximise your vacation experience with minimal cost.
Marina Bay Sands (MBS) is one of Singapore’s iconic hotels, widely known for its rooftop Infinity Pool, award-winning dining and myriad of shopping and entertainment options.
The Sands Getaway rates start from $379, but you can get $40 off per night for stays between Aug 1 and Dec 23, if bookings are made by Aug 31.
The first 6,000 Sands Rewards LifeStyle members will also receive $75 credit.
While staying at MBS, you can also claim 1-for-1 cocktails at Adrift between 6pm and 10pm, and get complimentary entry to Sands SkyPark Observation Deck & Infinity Pool.
Plan your luxury weekend getaway here.
Located in downtown Singapore, the Oasia Hotel Downtown is a 27-storey, 314-room hotel with an aesthetic, greenery-filled layout by renowned designer Patricia Urquiolad.
The hotel is just a quick stroll away from Tanjong Pagar Centre, and is still close enough to attractions such as the Gardens By The Bay.
Their all-in-one weekend staycation package includes breakfast for two as well as afternoon high tea set for two by homegrown All-Day Dining bistro, The Marmalade Pantry.
Rates start from $155 for stays from Jul 1 to Aug 31 on Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon nights. You can even get an additional 15 per cent discount by subscribing to their mailing list.
A short walk from tourist hotspots, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road is situated directly across Beach Road in the vicinity of Arab Street and Haji Lane.
Enjoy 10 per cent off when you book at least a two-night stay, with daily breakfast for two. Rates start from $306.
If you don’t mind splurging a little, the Premium Privileges suite comes with panoramic harbour views, a replenishable minibar and 24-hour personal assistant service. Valid till Dec 29, rates start from $336 per night excluding taxes.
You can also apply to be a Pan Pacific DISCOVERY member for perks such as exclusive members-only offers or a complimentary room upgrade!
Head here for more details.
Take a refreshing dip in the half Olympic-sized pool or stuff yourself with delicious delights at PARKROYAL on Beach Road.
Their Staycation Breakfast package offers daily breakfast for two adults and complimentary accommodation for up to two children under 12 years.
Rates start from $258 per night for premier rooms and members can save an additional $25.80. Pan Pacific DISCOVERY members and healthcare professionals can also enjoy 30 per cent off food and beverage at hotel operated dining outlets.
Click here for more information.
Celebrating their one year anniversary of reopening since an extensive restoration, Raffles Hotel offers its guests an upgraded Raffles experience with a Welcome Home offer, available from Aug 1 till Dec 19.
A stay at Raffles Hotel will allow you to admire the glamour and splendour at one of the world’s last remaining 19th century hotels.
Rates start from $2,330 per suite per night for residence suites, with 50 per cent off your second night and a 15 per cent reduction at all Raffles dining venues, Raffles Boutique and Raffles Spa.
Click here to see more of Raffles Hotel’s extravagant offers.
Have a gratifying staycation in the heart of Orchard at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel with rates starting from $258 per night.
With the Iconic Family Staycation + Kids Eat for Free deal, you can enjoy the staycation with your entire family! This offer is valid till Jun 29 next year.
Head over to their website for more information.
The Fullerton Bay Hotel offers various forms of accommodation, from presidential suites to deluxe rooms, with a myriad of amenities and several exclusive packages.
You can enjoy a staycation with your partner with the ‘Time for Two’ promotion deal. Receive a pair of Fullerton bears per stay and savour the in-room four course set dinner for two – with the choice of Western or Vegetarian menu, and a bottle of house wine (red/white), valued at $238.
Or plan a solo staycation and chill in your very own private balcony, available in every room, and receive 20 per cent off ala carte food menus and spa treatments at The Fullerton Spa.
Rates start from $650 from now till Dec 30.
Click here for more details.
Gazetted in December 2015 as Singapore’s 71st National Monument, The Fullerton Hotel is another exquisite, heritage-filled option.
For stays until Dec 30, the Perfect Staycation package rates start from $430. Revel in the package privileges such as $100 net Food and Beverage credit per stay as well as 20 per cent off ala carte food menus and spa treatments at The Fullerton Spa.
Book directly to receive an extra 10 per cent discount, departure transfer for suite booking, best rate guarantee and even a Fullerton Merlion cocktail.
If the 4.2 out of 5 stars rating by previous guests does not impress you, maybe their prestigious art collection, with over 70 works from internationally renowned artists, will.
St. Regis’ Family Getaway package, valid till Mar 10, 2021 offers scrumptious breakfast for two daily at Brasserie Les Saveurs and their signature St. Regis butler service. Pass the time at nearby facilities like the Botanic Gardens with your loved ones.
Rates start from $570 per night.
Head here for more details.
Focused on heritage and local culture, the Warehouse Hotel is a modern 37-room boutique hotel with historically-detailed rooms and a touch of modern comfort.
The largest open plan room, the River View Suite, has a super king-sized bed and overlooks the Singapore River, costing $655 per night.
Other interesting choices include the River View Mezzanine and the Warehouse Loft. The rates start from $455 and $325 per night respectively.
The former has two storeys and a reading library, while the latter is located on the top floor with double high ceilings.
Visit The Warehouse Hotel for more information.
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