Sweet staycation deals you don’t want to miss
From a family playcation to having a manor for oneself, find the perfect Singapore’s staycation to make up for your cancelled travel plans.
Singapore Tourism Board has given the green light for certain hotels to reopen and to promote staycations. The catch? The approved hotels must adhere to strict health and safety protocols to ensure the well-being of their guests and colleagues. Roaming the world is not an option for many globetrotting Singaporeans but perhaps it is a good time to explore new neighbourhoods and find some secret spots of your own. Have we mentioned that the staycations also come with attractive deals and sweet adds-on?
History aficionadoes will find a stay at Raffles Hotel Singapore utterly satisfying. There are stories to be found throughout one of the few remaining 19th century hotels in the world. If you have not experienced the newly restored hotel, this is your chance to explore the luxurious grande dame. Get a complimentary second night when you book The Suite Life staycation before 30 September 2020. Receive a complimentary suite upgrade as well as early check-in and late check-out (upon availability), 15 percent off and $100 credit to be spent at all Raffles-operated restaurants and bars, spa and boutique; and complimentary parking during your stay. Ask the Hotel’s Resident Historians for a tour around the 133-year-old National Monument.
Pack your swimsuit and sunscreen for a romantic getaway at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove. Book the Escape for Two room package with perks such as daily breakfast for two, $50 hotel credits and a bottle of Champagne. Make use of the resort’s 24-hour facilities that include the WET pool and its swaying palm trees and the FIT gym. Eating out is optional with the option of in-room dining but if it is steak that you crave, SKIRT restaurant is there for you and your significant other’s gourmet pleasures.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore created Time for Two package for couples who wish to have an intimate escape and waking up with splendid views of the Singapore River and Marina Bay. The attractive deals include daily breakfast for two persons, an in-room four-course set dinner for two and a bottle of house wine (valued at $238), and a pair of Fullerton bears to keep you company. All of the hotel’s staycation packages also allow guests to make changes to dates without any penalty.
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel’s Ultimate Family Getaway staycation package and its 24-hour stay with flexible check-in and check-out time is definitely a winning point for any parents. It also comes with perks: a complimentary room upgrade to Premier Deluxe Room, 24-hour use of room, complimentary breakfast for up to two adults and two children below 12 years old, $70 F&B credit voucher, complimentary extra bed or baby cot, free parking during your stay, and a generous 50 percent off second room (room only). Enjoy the hotel’s convenient access to Orchard Road for a little retail therapy.
Splashing good fun is guaranteed for your little ones at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore. Splash Zone, the hotel’s aquatic amenities and six unique water plays (from sliding down vertical drops on the slides to lazy rivers) will be an instant hit for the whole family. Book the Fun Family Playcation and receive special perks that includes daily breakfast for two adults and two children up to 12 years old, $100 dining credit, a picnic basket, extra bed for one child below 12 years old, complimentary parking, and child-themed welcome amenities.
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa’s spacious outdoor space, lush greenery and refreshing sea breeze are definitely a treat after a long period of being indoors. Sign up for the Infinite Family Experiences which includes a stay in Luxury Family Room (with connecting room), all-inclusive gourmet meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with free-flow soft drinks, and an option of early check-in or late check-out. Explore the surrounding woodlands with complimentary bicycle and let the kids enjoy a myriad of activities while the parents take some time off.
Work-cation with a view
If you’ve been working from home and in dire need for a change of scenery, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore offers the perfect antidote. Pick a room with the sparkling bay view and work peacefully with the Work from Fullerton package. With 12-hour day-use room, flexible check-in and check-out, $50 F&B credit, high speed internet, complimentary parking, and access to the gym and swimming pool for a quick workout in between meetings, work-life balance is not out of reach after all.
If your ideal holiday dream is to have a private chef cooking for your culinary pleasures, check-in at Goodwood Park Hotel Singapore. The heritage hotel is offering A Goodwood Getaway with Private Chef Dining Experience, valid from 27 July until 22 December 2020. Enjoy the roomy comfort of Parklane Split-Level Suite while indulging in gourmet meals such as Slow-Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Crushed Potatoes, Garlic Fine Green Beans and Caramelised Shallot Sauce. The package includes set breakfast for two at Coffee Lounge, in-suite private chef dining experience for two during dinner on the first day or lunch on the second day, a three-course private dining menu, and late check-out until 3pm.
Gather your nearest and dearest for this secluded staycation at Capella Singapore. Designed to enable families and groups to spend quality time together, The Manor Experience offers a range of activities which all take place within the spacious confines of a private residence. Choose between the Contemporary or Capella Manors where each can accommodate up to six adults and one child. Open the bottle of complimentary wine and start your getaway by plunging into the private lap pools. A dedicated Villa Host is ready to assist during your stay, whether to book a table at The Knolls or Cassia restaurants where you get 20 percent off or set the schedule for the inclusive one in-manor 60-minute private yoga session and one 60-minute Auriga Signature Massage for two. A private Chef Service is also available to create a bespoke menu based on your preferences, prepared and enjoyed in-manor.