Great deal: Ritz-Carlton Singapore at S$630 nett with breakfast and Singapore Flyer tickets (earn 9 mpd too)

Book a Ritz-Carlton Singapore staycation package with Pelago at just S$630 nett, with 9 mpd up till 31 December 2020.

The Ritz-Carlton Singapore will never be cheap, but it’s now possible to book what I think is a fantastic deal: a S$630 nett flat rate with breakfast included, and a couple of Singapore Flyer tickets thrown in too. 

Oh, and 9 mpd. 

Ritz-Carlton Singapore S$630 nett package

Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore Deluxe Kallang Room
Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore Deluxe Kallang Room

Pelago is currently offering a staycation package at the Ritz-Carlton Singapore that prices at S$630 nett (regardless of date) with the following inclusions:

  • 1-night stay in Deluxe Kallang Room
  • Breakfast for 2 adults
  • 2 adult Singapore Flyer tickets (use by 31 March 2021)

This rate is valid for stays up till 19 June 2021, and is fully refundable up to 3 days before arrival. 

What is Pelago?
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Pelago is a Singapore Airlines-backed venture which is similar in concept to Klook or KKDay- a one-stop portal to book attraction tickets, F&B experiences, staycations and tours. Pelago currently offers more than 100 different activities across Singapore, ranging from theme park and museum tickets to more unique experiences like a Singapore Sling Masterclass at the Raffles Hotel or a Farm Walk in Lim Chu Kang.

One thing to note about bookings via Pelago- they’re not instantly confirmed, which means it’s possible you’ll book a date and get told later it’s not available (in which case your money will be refunded). For example, I can even select New Year’s Eve or Valentine’s Day at the S$630 nett flat rate, but I highly doubt you’ll get it given how these are normally blackout dates. 

But even outside those special dates, the Pelago rate is extremely competitive compared to the Ritz-Carlton’s official website. In December, Ritz-Carlton Singapore will charge S$718-930 nett for a breakfast-inclusive rate. Pelago is fixed at S$630 nett, and throws in two Singapore Flyer tickets for good measure. 

Ritz-Carlton breakfast-included rates for December- remember to add 10% service charge and 7% GST to this rate

Looking beyond December, the Pelago rate remains cheaper for other months too. 

December 2020S$630S$718-930
January 2021S$630S$671-824
February 2021S$630S$671-906
March 2021S$630S$671-730
April 2021S$630S$730-753
May 2021S$630S$730-753
June 2021S$630S$730
All rates shown are nett

What about Marriott Bonvoy benefits?

Booking through a third party normally means forgoing hotel rewards points or elite status credits/benefits, but it really doesn’t matter in this particular case. 

The Ritz-Carlton Singapore is notorious for not participating in the Marriott Bonvoy program, so booking through a third party doesn’t mean you’ll lose out anyway. No points or elite night credits will be awarded for stays here, no elite benefits conferred, and the hotel restaurants do not participate in the Marriott Bonvoy dining discounts either. 

Earn up to 9 mpd with Pelago

As if the rate wasn’t good enough, you can also earn up to 9 mpd on this stay by using the right credit card.

For bookings made up till 31 December 2020 (stay can be after this date), Pelago will award 5 KrisFlyer miles per S$1 spent. This can be stacked with up to 4 mpd on your credit card for a total of 9 mpd. Pelago transactions are processed under MCC 4722: Travel Agencies and Tour Operators

 Earn RateRemarks

HSBC Revolution

4.0 mpdS$1,000 per calendar month

DBS Woman’s World Card

4.0 mpdS$2,000 per calendar month
UOB Lady’s Card
4.0 mpdS$1,000 per calendar month. Must choose travel as 10X category.
UOB Lady’s Solitaire
4.0 mpdS$3,000 per calendar month. Must choose travel as 10X category.


This is a pretty sweet deal for the Ritz-Carlton Singapore, and the opportunity to earn 9 mpd is just the icing on the cake. 

Remember that bookings are not instantly confirmed, so wait till Pelago replies before making other non-refundable bookings around your stay. 

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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Any idea what’s the reason behind them not participating in the bonvoy program?


Why is it that non-club RC can command $700+ rates though? Rooms are quite dated and service also not as good as kempinski or raffles..


That’s because they could, occupancy has been consistently very high during circuit breaker despite pricing being North of 500 for rooms only and their brand recognition is through the roof. Especially the RC club, I find their service much more superior to Raffles and on par with Kempinski.

Last edited 3 years ago by JW19

Are there any rates for Club rooms or suites?



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