You may not be able to travel overseas yet, but you can now book a staycation to have a relaxing time during Phase 2.
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has approved five hotels to take in guests for staycations as of Jul 9, with strict safe management measures in place.
The list of safe management measures includes limiting occupancy to no more than one person per 10sqm guest-accessible public space (excluding hotel staff) at any point in time and reducing face-to-face mingling among guests and staff. The STB has also stated that no more than five guests will be allowed in each room.
STB had announced on Jul 3 that hotels can start applying to reopen for staycations and recreation areas for children, indicating that more hotels may be allowed to reopen for staycations soon.
As of now, here are five hotels approved by the STB to have staycations at!
W Singapore Sentosa Cove Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel under Marriott International, located at Sentosa. Booking a stay here may help you forget that you are still in Singapore, especially if you haven’t been to Sentosa in a long time. Universal Studios Singapore is also open so guests can easily visit the theme park during their stay.
The hotel has an extensive list of services and amenities including babysitting and 24-hour room service. It also offers facilities such as the WET Outdoor Pool and AWAY Spa where you can unwind.
The rates start from $414 per night for members and $460 per night for non-members. Check out the offers they have, including 25 per cent off your second night when you book a weekend stay!
Book a luxury staycation at W Singapore Sentosa Cove Hotel here.
lyf is the perfect place for people looking to have a staycation at a co-living space. The apartments at lyf come with complimentary wifi, ensuite bathrooms and comfortable beds.
Since it has the concept of a co-living space, the facilities such as the social kitchen and communal lounge are called social spaces. However, due to the safe distancing measures in place, you may not be able to mingle freely with other guests.
Rates start from $210 per night for healthcare workers and members, and $350 per night for non-members. The hotel currently has offers for advance purchases and also a deal for three consecutive nights for the price of two.
Check out lyf’s website for more information!
If you want to treat yourself to a luxury staycation, Crockfords Tower at Resorts World Sentosa is the hotel for you. It is an exclusive all-suite hotel with custom-designed furniture and a 24-hour butler service.
The hotel has three room types: suite, mansion and villa. Guests will receive a complimentary Sentosa Express pass that they can use for travelling between VivoCity and Sentosa.
The rates start from $851.55 per night for a deluxe suite and $1,292.35 per night for a premium suite.
Visit the Crockfords Tower website for more information on the hotel.
Sofitel is another hotel located in Sentosa, set atop a cliff with panoramic views of the South China Sea.
It has different types of rooms, suites and villas to suit your preferences, such as luxury garden rooms and prestige suites.
There are three restaurants at Sofitel. However, only The Cliff is accepting dine-ins currently.
The rates for Sofitel start from $523.76 per night. Book a prestige suite or prestige family suite under the Magnifique Suites promotion to receive 30 per cent off. The hotel has other offers going on as well.
Check out Sofitel to book your luxury staycation.
ONE15 Marina Club, located at Sentosa Cove, is a waterfront lifestyle destination offering marina facilities.
The hotel has facilities such as the infinity pool, Spa Rael and tennis courts. The rates for a Marina View Room start from $273 per night.
It is currently offering 10 per cent off if you book directly on their website. There is also an Advance Purchase Special where you can get up to 15 per cent off the best available rates. Check out their offers here.
For more information on the marina, visit the website here.
Remember to adhere to the hotel’s safety measures when you go for your staycation and wear a mask at all times!
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