Great deal: Westin Singapore for S$250 nett with S$100 F&B credits

Book a fantastic rate at the Westin Singapore up till 13 December 2020, for stays between 3-31 January 2021.

The Westin Singapore was an unexpected addition to the approved staycation list recently, with most of us expecting it to remain closed for the rest of 2020. But the hotel will in fact be reopening for staycations from 16 December 2020, and they’ve got one heck of a deal lined up for January 2021…

Westin Singapore 12.12 deal

To mark 12.12, Westin is offering a sensational deal that can be booked from now till 11.59 p.m on 13 December 2020, with stays from 3-31 January 2021 (Sunday to Friday only, but see the note below).

This rate is available for Deluxe, Premier and Grand Premier rooms, and comes with S$100 in F&B credit per night:

  • Deluxe: S$212++ (S$250 nett)
  • Premier: S$262++ (S$308 nett)
  • Grand Premier: S$312++ (S$367 nett)

Bookings are non-changeable, and non-refundable if cancelled more than 24 hours after booking, and must be prepaid in advance. To find this rate, you’ll need to visit the hotel’s official site and enter the code ADP in the Special Rates section (under “Corporate/Promo/SET#”)

Now here’s the strange (but good) thing. Although the Facebook post says that stays are only valid from Sunday to Friday, I can find it available every day throughout January. Whether this is accident or design, who knows, but you’d better book up those Friday and Saturday night slots while you can. 

If you’re a Marriott Platinum or higher, this is really a no-brainer. You’ll already get free breakfast (plus lounge access, once the lounge reopens in January), so you’re effectively looking at a S$250 nett breakfast-inclusive rate with S$100 F&B credit to spend.

For everyone else (me included, now that I’m a lowly Gold), I still think it’s worth considering. Even if that S$100 is burned on breakfast (S$45++ per person), you’re basically looking at a S$250 nett breakfast-inclusive rate- still great value for this property. For perspective, a breakfast-inclusive rate at the Westin in January 2021 normally starts from S$274++ (S$322 nett) per night.

What’s the Westin Singapore stay experience like?

Westin Singapore
Westin Singapore Executive Suite

The Westin Singapore has 305 rooms and suites spread across floors 32 to 46, split into the following categories:

Room Type Number of Rooms Size
Deluxe  289 40-50 sqm
Premier 40-50 sqm
Grand Premier 46 sqm
Westin Club 40-50 sqm
Junior Suite 16 70 sqm
Executive Suite 66-74 sqm
Harbour View Suite 125 sqm
Presidential Suite 242 sqm

With only 16 suites available, Marriott Ambassador, Titanium and Platinum members should temper their expectations regarding upgrades. 

Westin Singapore bathroom
Westin Singapore bathroom

On the plus side, all rooms come with deep soaking bathtubs as standard, with some lucky guests getting views of downtown Singapore (although the neighboring MarinaOne may get in the way). While the property is decidedly business-focused, it’s not stodgy the way some business hotels are. The décor veers more modern luxury, with marble bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and a soothingly muted color palette. 

The hotel’s iconic infinity pool is on the 35th floor, boasting expansive views of the South China sea. Capacity will be limited to 10 people at a time, and each guest will get a 1.5 hour slot per day. Guests can also take advantage of the Heavenly Spa (although it’s not clear whether this will reopen together with the hotel) and a well-equipped gym. 

Westin Singapore swimming pool
Westin Singapore swimming pool

The hotel’s executive lounge will open from January 2021. Before the circuit breaker, guests could expect a hearty selection of afternoon tea and evening canapes (together with Belstar prosecco). I visited a few years ago, and the evening selection was so comprehensive it was practically a dinner replacement. 

Westin Executive Club
Westin Executive Club

In terms of dining, guests can choose from buffet restaurant Seasonal Tastes, gastropub Cook & Brew, or grab drinks in the Lobby Lounge. Marriott Bonvoy members will enjoy up to 30% off the bill at all outlets up till 31 December 2020. 


A rate like this for the Westin Singapore is pretty much unprecedented, and if taking a dip in its beautiful infinity pool was on your bucket list, this is your chance. 

I’ll mull over this a bit, but for those of you with Marriott Platinum, Titanium and Ambassador status, I daresay you won’t find a better deal for January. 

(HT: Zhang Pinzheng)

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

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Jon G.

Hi Aaron

A good deal indeed.

Can we do a status match with the like of Hilton, IHG, Hyatt, etc.? What’s a good one to match to for now?


Still active, I just did one with Marriott by parlaying Hilton Gold.

Jon G.

Thanks Aaron for the link again.

So say if we register now, we will have the rest of Dec + 90 days to complete the challenge?

Louis Tan

The details are actually in Aaron’s linked article.

Basically – you’ll have to wait 1-2 weeks (10 business days) for the registration to be processed, after which you’ll be granted platinum status and have 90 days from date of approval to complete the challenge.

Jon G.

Thanks Louis


cannot apply with the marriott suite award coupon, so it seems no one can guarantee a free suite upgrade.


seems like Sat check-ins are no longer available!


Club lounge remains closed and additional $100 dining credit is given in lieu. That adds up to $200 dining credit for a $250 nett room rate lol. Quite a deal of the decade!