Updated: Travel plans cancelled? Here’s your guide to Singapore hotel staycation deals

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Singapore hotels are fighting the coronavirus slump with staycation deals for locals. Here's a round up of the best deals.

Update: This article is now out of date. Please refer here for the latest staycation deals and promotions as Singapore opens up in Phase 2

The Covid-19 outbreak has no doubt disrupted many people’s travel plans for the March school holidays and beyond. 

But just because you can’t go overseas doesn’t mean you have to be cooped up at home. Our fearless leader has spoken: it’s your national duty to make babies do a staycation make babies while doing a staycation. 

Occupancy rates in Singapore have plunged below 50%, so it’s no surprise to see many hotels rolling out deals to attract local guests. The Singapore Hotels Association keeps a running list of these (thanks to Elaine for the link), which I’ve consolidated below for easy reading: 

Currently designated as a SHN facility and may not be available for public booking
   
Property Rate Book By
(Stay By)^
Perks
Parc Sovereign Albert St, Tyrwhitt
(use code STAY)
S$89++ 30/6/20  
Quality Hotel Marlow S$100++ 31/5/20
Room upgrade
Breakfast
Village Hotel Katong, Bugis, Changi S$112++ 30/6/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
Out: 6 p.m
Ibis Bencoolen
(email [email protected] with code ISBStaycay)
S$120++ 30/6/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
Free mini-bar
S$20 F&B credit
Out: 2 p.m
Hotel Nostalgia
S$125 nett 30/6/20
Breakfast
In: 11 a.m
Out: 4 p.m 
Citadines Rochor Singapore S$128++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
Free parking
In: 12 p.m 
Out: 6 p.m
RELC Hotel S$130 nett ? Room upgrade
S$10 GrabFood voucher
Out: 3 p.m
Hotel G S$135 nett 31/5/20 Breakfast
In: 10 a.m
Out: 6 p.m
Free parking
20% off F&B
Grand Park Orchard  S$145++ 15/3/20
(30/4/20)
Breakfast
Mercure Singapore Bugis S$148++ 31/5/20
(30/6/20)
Room upgrade
Breakfast
Free parking
2 pax Lunch/Dinner 
In: 12 p.m
Out: 6 p.m 
PARKROYAL on Kitchener S$155++ 30/4/20
(30/6/20)
Breakfast
30% off F&B
Oasia Hotel Novena S$155++ 26/6/20 Breakfast
1 for 1 main course
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel S$158++ 30/4/20
Breakfast
Evening cocktails
Free parking
Concorde Hotel Singapore S$158++ 31/5/20
Room upgrade
Breakfast
S$20 Robinson voucher
S$20 F&B credit
Four Points Singapore S$159++ 30/6/20
Breakfast
S$88 F&B credit
Royal Plaza on Scotts S$168++ 30/4/20
Room upgrade
Breakfast
30% off buffet
Lounge access
Oasia Hotel Downtown S$170++ 26/6/20 Breakfast
1 for 1 main course
Quincy Hotel S$172++ 27/6/20
Breakfast
Evening cocktails
In: 2 p.m
Out: 2 p.m
Andaz Singapore
S$180 nett 31/5/20 Breakfast
Free mini-bar
Swissotel Merchant Court
(use promo code P01WGP)
S$185++ 31/5/20
(31/12/20)
Breakfast
Out: 3 p.m
20% off F&B
15% off spa
Grand Hyatt
(use promo code STAYC)
S$186++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
20% off F&B
Hotel Jen Tanglin S$187++ 31/12/20 Breakfast
In: 2 p.m
Out: 3 p.m
Capri by Fraser China Square S$188++ ? Breakfast
Masterchef experience
One Farrer Hotel S$198++ 30/4/20 Breakfast
Out: 3 p.m
Free parking
Scarlet Hotel S$198++ ? Breakfast
Out: 2 p.m
Carlton Hotel S$199++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
Out: 2 p.m
Village Hotel Sentosa S$200++ 30/6/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
24-hour stay
Attraction tix
20% off F&B
Six Senses Maxwell
(email [email protected] with code Weekend Escapades)
S$200++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
30% off F&B
30% off spa
Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road
(email reserve.pp[email protected] panpacific.com with code “homecation”)
S$218++ 30/4/20 Breakfast
Swissotel The Stamford S$220++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
Out: 4 p.m
Free parking
S$50 return voucher
The Outpost Hotel S$230++ 30/6/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
24-hour stay
20% off F&B
Attraction tix
Fairmont Singapore S$230++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
Out: 4 p.m
free parking
S$50 return voucher
Hotel Jen Orchardgateway S$238++ 30/6/20 Breakfast
In: 11 a.m
Out: 3 p.m
Courtyard Singapore Novena S$238++ 31/12/20 Breakfast
S$50 F&B credit
Drinks voucher
Six Senses Duxton
(email [email protected] with code Weekend Escapades)
S$250++ 31/5/20 Breakfast
30% off F&B
30% off Spa
Orchard Rendezvous Hotel S$250++ 30/6/20 Breakfast
In: 10 a.m
Out: 4 p.m
Rendezvous Hotel S$250++ 30/6/20 2x GV tickets
Picnic basket
2x EZ link cards
In: 10 a.m
Out: 4 p.m
Lounge access
Hotel Fort Canning S$268++ 30/4/20 Breakfast
30% off F&B
30% off spa
Free parking
Intercontinental Bugis S$280++ 30/5/20 Breakfast
2 pax lunch/dinner
25% off F&B
Shangri-La Hotel S$288 nett 30/5/20 Breakfast
Free parking
Goodwood Park Hotel S$288++ 30/4/20 Room upgrade
2 pax Lunch/Dinner
Breakfast
SO Sofitel Singapore S$298 nett 30/6/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
Prosecco
S$80 F&B credit
Free mini-bar
Mandarin Oriental Singapore
(email [email protected] and quote “Out and About”)
S$308++ 31/3/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
Free parking
Out: 6 p.m 
Amara Sanctuary Resort S$310++ ? Breakfast
S$38 spa credit
The Fullerton Hotel S$380++ 30/4/20 Breakfast
Free parking
30% off F&B
20% off spa
Out: 2 p.m
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa S$388++ 30/4/20 Breakfast
2 pax dinner
2 pax massage
Wine
Marina Bay Sands S$399++ 30/4/20
(15/6/20)
Breakfast
Room upgrade
S$50 Sands credit
In: 12 p.m
10% off spa
Free parking
The Fullerton Hotel S$420++
(1 for 1 night)
31/3/20
(31/5/20)
 
The Barracks Hotel S$450++ 30/6/20 Room upgrade
Breakfast
24-hour stay
20% off F&B
Attraction tix
Pan Pacific Hotel S$478++ 31/12/20 Breakfast
^If not explicitly stated, book by and stay by dates are the same
Some of these rates may apply for Singapore citizens and PRs only
Staycation rates may not be the lowest possible- always double check on the hotel website

Many of these rates enjoy additional perks like free breakfast, discounts on spa and F&B, and late check-out, so be sure to read the full details (links are in the hotel names).

Some hotels are so desperate for customers, they’re even throwing in the (paper) towel:

Here are some of the deals I found noteworthy:

Royal Plaza on Scotts

Even while staycationing as a family, parents may want some privacy from the kids to, er, play Monopoly Deal and other adult-oriented games. The problem is that two rooms mean double the cost. 

The good news is that Royal Plaza at Scotts is offering a special deal for the March school holidays (14-22 March), where you pay S$168++ for the first room and just S$88++ for the second. The rate also includes breakfast for both rooms, 30% off lunch & dinner at Carousel, and club lounge access. 

The promotion is ostensibly targeted at families with children, but I see no reason why two couples couldn’t also take advantage of it by booking together. 

Booking this offer is a bit confusing- you don’t select two rooms at the onset. Instead, you book one room under the “Duckling Good Time for School Break” rate…

…and the second room will appear as an add-on option. 

You’ll pay just over S$300 all-in for two rooms, or S$150 each.

Rendezvous Hotel

For S$250++ per night, guests at the Rendezvous Hotel Singapore (the one in Bras Basah) will get:

  • One night in a Club Room
  • A picnic basket consisting of a bottle of wine, assorted pastries, fruits, chocolates, chips, cookies and water
  • A pair of EZ-Link cards (exclusive design, valued at $11 each)
  • A pair of Golden Village movie tickets
  • Guaranteed early check-in from 10am or late check-out till 4pm

The Club Lounge at the Rendezvous Hotel is supposed to be one of the better ones in Singapore, with a made-to-order menu in the afternoons and the usual libations during the evening cocktail hour. 

Andaz Singapore

I’ve been eyeing the Andaz Singapore since it opened at the end of 2017, but was put off by the usual S$390++ rates. 

However, there’s a special S$220 nett rate for Singapore residents, valid until 31 May 2020. This comes with breakfast for two, and you can upgrade to a Studio Suite for a further S$140 nett. 

This offer isn’t listed on the website; you’ll have to email [email protected] with this flyer attached to book. 

SO Sofitel 

SO Sofitel is offering a S$298 nett package for their base-level SO Cosy room that includes:

  • One night accommodation
  • Complimentary breakfast for 2
  • Complimentary bottle of Prosecco
  • Room upgrade to SO Urban
  • S$80 F&B credit at Xperience, 1927, in-room dining (you can also use it at The Cliff at Sofitel Sentosa, and the hotel will provide a free 1-way transfer)
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Free in-room minibar

This seems like a solid deal, given that regular rooms start at S$321++ usually. Add in the F&B credit, the breakfast and the prosecco, and that’s most of your wining and dining covered. 

Outpost Hotel

I’ve stayed at the Outpost Hotel before, and although I thought the “adults-only” marketing was borderline misleading and the F&B was horrendously overpriced, it was still an overall pleasant experience. 

Outpost is offering the following deal for S$230++:

  • One night accommodation
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • 24-hour stay (I take it to mean you can check-in/out at the same time, i.e 3 p.m & 3 p.m)
  • Upgrade to Sea View room
  • 1 for 1 drinks at 1-V:U
  • 20% off F&B
  • Choice of attraction tickets for Wings of Time, Singapore Cable Car or Sentosa Island Bus Tour
  • Top up $50++ for a sumptuous 3-course dinner set for 2 persons at Native Kitchen

The lowest rates I’ve seen previously are S$250++, and those didn’t come with any add-ons. Given that the S$230++ rate throws in breakfast and some F&B discounts, this could be a good deal for some. 

What card should I use to book?

If your reservation is prepaid in full online, you can use the following cards to maximize the miles on your staycation:

  Earn Rate Cap
DBS Woman’s World Card
Apply here
4 mpd S$2,000 per month
UOB Lady’s Card
Apply here
4 mpd S$1,000 per month
UOB Lady’s Solitaire
Apply here
4 mpd S$3,000 per month
DBS Altitude Visa/ AMEX
Apply here
3 mpd S$5,000 per month

If your reservation is paid for at the time of check-out:

  Earn Rate Cap
UOB Lady’s Card
Apply here
4 mpd S$1,000 per month
UOB Lady’s Solitaire
Apply here
4 mpd S$3,000 per month
UOB Preferred Platinum Visa
Apply here
4 mpd S$1,110 per month, must use paywave
UOB Visa Signature
Apply here
4 mpd S$2,000 per statement period, min S$1,000. Must use paywave

Remember that for the UOB Lady’s cards, you’ll need to declare travel as your quarterly 10X category. 

Conclusion

I’m sure there must be other gems in the list of staycation deals which I’ve missed, so give it a close read if you’re thinking of doing one. Some of these may even serve as viable candidates for mattress runs, if your hotel loyalty program isn’t extending your status already. 

If you’ve got any other leads on great staycation deals, be sure to share them below. 

Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion with the intention of helping people travel better for less and impressing chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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Joel

Monopoly time

Jonathan Ng

get a diamond member to book a room for you in Hilton or Conrad Sg and enjoy early checkin and late checkout, free access to lounge with free breakfast and dinner (free flow of liquor)

phister

I gotta tell ya, so Sofitel looks to be a phucking good deal. Too bad it’s in right smack in the middle of the CBD.

phister

Doubt I can have a peaceful night’s rest no matter how high quality their Simmons mattress is when my office is just next door

Wei

Fullerton offering complimentary night

http://tcgms.net/html/82a531t2c72fa28i28x2en2dx2dm2b82ci28m00

Arshavin

So sofitel is not accurate. I click and filled up the online form. They emailed back the rate is 375 not including the taxes and all others so called listed item not included

Jon

Just to note after emailing the Andaz I was informed that their staycation rate doesnt qualify for World of Hyatt points or tier nights which might be a concern for people looking to add to their qualification nights towards elite status.

TEO ZHIQUAN ALVIN

https://singaporeorchard.holidayinn.com/offer/weekend-getaway

From $200++ includes guaranteed late check out, early check in, complimentary breakfast at Window on the Park or in room breakfast plus a high tea set for 2 at their lobby lounge

waxthecar

Nothing against the article but paying 100-200 dollars for a hotel which is a 10 min drive away from home seems like the stupidest idea ever IMO.

John

Gosh..u must be the most fun guy in school.

TLC

Agreed! +1

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