Fantastic staycation deal: Get an Andaz Studio Suite for just S$245 nett

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Get an Andaz Studio Suite for just S$245 nett per night when you pay with your registered AMEX card. Check-ins available from 1 October 2020.

Andaz Singapore may not be approved for staycations just yet, but it’s currently accepting staycation bookings with check-in dates from 1 October 2020 onwards.

I’m really looking forward to reviewing this hotel, and even more so now that I’ve locked in what I think is a fantastic deal for a suite. 

It’s currently possible to book an Andaz Studio Suite at just S$245 nett per night, provided you have an American Express card. This is a significant discount from the usual S$660 nett price, and they even throw in breakfast. 

Andaz Singapore Staycation Rates

Andaz Hotel Swimming Pool
Andaz Swimming Pool

Andaz is currently offering the following staycation rates for stays up till 22 December 2020. Remember, your check-in date must be from 1 October 2020 onwards for them to accept your reservation. 

  Weekday (Sun-Thurs) Weekend (Fri-Sat, PH and eve of PH)
Standard Room S$180 nett S$220 nett
Deluxe City View S$200 nett S$240 nett
Deluxe Bay View S$220 nett S$260 nett
Andaz Studio Suite S$320 nett S$360 nett
Andaz Residence Suite S$360 nett S$400 nett
Andaz Large Suite S$560 nett S$600 nett
Presidential Suite S$760 nett S$800 nett

These staycation rates include:

  • Breakfast for two adults (children aged 6 and under eat for free, 7-12 pay S$17.50++ each)
  • 25% off dinner at Alley on 25
  • Complimentary mini-bar, and all day refreshments at Sunroom on Level 25
  • Early check-in/late check-out (subject to availability)

These rates cannot be booked on the website; instead, you’ll have to email Andaz reservations. They are also ineligible for World of Hyatt points or tier nights, but at these prices I’m not complaining. Bookings are fully refundable if cancelled at least 24 hours prior to arrival. 

I highlighted the Andaz Studio Suite in particular because it looks like a fantastic deal. Think 818 sq ft of space, floor-to-ceiling windows (you can see the Singapore Flyer from your bathtub), a separate living and sleeping area, and two bathrooms. 

Andaz King Studio Suite
Andaz King Studio Suite
Andaz King Studio Suite Bathroom
Andaz King Studio Suite Bathroom

And it gets even better…

Pay with American Express cards for extra savings

Yesterday, American Express launched a new campaign called “Open For Travel”, which gives cardholders hotel statement credits, discounted staycation rates, and enhanced value when redeeming Membership Rewards points for charges at selected hotels. 

This runs from 25 August to 8 November 2020, and applies to all Singapore-issued American Express cards (excluding those from Citibank, DBS and UOB). 

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Among the offers is a statement credit for the Andaz or Grand Hyatt Singapore. Cardholders who register (check your AMEX app or ibanking portal) and spend at least S$300 will get a S$75 rebate. 

This effectively brings the nett cost of that Studio Suite down to just S$245 (or S$285, if you’re staying on the weekend) per night! 

Now, the statement credit is available once per registered card, but if you have both a principal and supplementary card (or more than one American Express card) you could enjoy the deal as many times as you have cards. 

Andaz Presidential Suite
Andaz Presidential Suite

This creates the possibility of booking the Presidential Suite (2,023 sq ft) for a nett cost of S$610 (S$765- 75 x2) still a lot of money, but how often do you see the presidential suite at a five star hotel going for that price? Of course, you’d have to split the bill across two cards at check-out to get this to work, but I see no reason why the staff wouldn’t be willing to do that. 

Even if you don’t plan to splurge on the room, you might still want to register a second American Express card anyway. That’s because spending at any of the following F&B outlets at Andaz also counts towards the S$300 spend to trigger the statement credit: 

  • 665°F
  • Alley on 25
  • Auntie’s Wok and Steam
  • Bar Square
  • Mr Stork
  • Teppan Chef’s Table

So supposing you spend S$320 on the room, and another S$150 on F&B during your staycation, at check-out you could ask to put S$300 on AMEX Card A and S$170 on AMEX Card B. You then come back another time to spend a further S$130 on F&B with AMEX Card B, for a total rebate of S$75 x 2. 

Remember: your spending does not need to be in a single transaction. 


If you want to stretch out during your staycation, then S$245 is an excellent deal for a suite. Heck, you might end up paying more than this for a regular hotel room in a mid-tier hotel. 

The worst thing that can happen is that Andaz’s SHN stint gets extended by a further month, because the statement credit must be earned by 8 November 2020. But the rate’s refundable anyway, so if that happens, well, no loss. 

Let’s hope Andaz pops up on the STB’s approved list soon! 

Aaron Wong
Aaron founded The Milelion to help people travel better for less and impress chiobu. He was 50% successful.

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Healthcare Hero


no lounge access??? 🙁


But the breakfast is great, better than the one you had in your recent review i think.


Confused, U mentioned $245 nett for a Studio Suite but your table below doesn’t have any “Studio Suite” listed nor any $245 rate.


Yes there is, the promo rate is $320. $320 – $75 (statement credit) gives $245. And that’s nett.


Great opportunity especially since Andaz isn’t very forthcoming with Globalist upgrades.

But, I’ve decided to stack the Amex offer (split bill among 2 cards) with the current Hyatt Prive 3rd night free promotion and the triple points offer.


Is the 3rd night free promotion and triple point offer + Amex Offer more valuable than the current staycation promo?

Last edited 1 year ago by Jaslyn

What’s your experience as a globalist? Do they at least upgrade to a Bay view room?


Hi Aaron,

Based on the term and condition on Amex page,
“S$400 must be spent at a single participating Hilton property, in one or more transactions, to receive one S$120 credit” this clause only appears for Hilton, how would you know the “one or more transaction” is also applied to Marriott and Hyatt?

John Ollila

Because it also says so for those offers


Thanks for the confirmation.
I will combine this with Marriott member Dining offer, cannot wait.


Hi Can I get access to the promo rates if I don’t have an amex card? ie I just lose out on the rebate. Thanks!


Yes you can. Just email Andaz


Supplementary cards confirmed to work?


So long as you can save the offer to your supplementary card, then yes. It worked for me. 🙂


Did you use it together with your principal card and split the cost between the two? Thanks in advance.


Uhh the promo haven’t started yet – 1 Oct. It worked for me – means I was able to save it on both the primary and supplementary card.

In the past, so long as you have the offer on both primary and supplementary card, both cards will get it. So in theory, what Aaron suggested would work.

Although we can only confirm this after 1 Oct.


How do I register on the AMEX banking app for this promo? Not sure where to navigate.


It’s under offers. If you use the web app, then it’s on the homepage, just scroll to the bottom.

Cecil Chee

It seems that the Amex Krisflyer (blue card) is not eligible for the ‘Open for Travel’ offers.


The weekend price for Andaz studio suite have now gone up to sgd450 nett.


Just been informed by Andaz’s booking staff that the promotion has ceased

Mei Sim

Yes same here. Currently you can use special offer code of STAC to get studio suite king at SGD 540/night (incl. GST and service charge). So sad, didn’t manage to score this deal.



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