Limited time: S$298 nett rooms at Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore (after SRV)


Ritz-Carlton Singapore is marking its 25th anniversary with 25% off rooms- pay just S$298 nett after your SRV.

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore is marking their 25th anniversary with a one-day flash sale, and it’s the lowest I’ve ever seen rooms at this hotel go. Rates start from S$398 nett (or S$298 nett if you use SRV), and they’ll even throw in a one-category room upgrade. 

You’ll need to act fast though, because this only available from 12 p.m on 25 January 2021 to 1 p.m on 26 January 2021. 

Ritz-Carlton Millenia 25th Anniversary Sale

Deluxe Kallang Room, Ritz-Carlton Millenia
Deluxe Kallang Room, Ritz-Carlton Millenia

Ritz-Carlton 25th Anniversary Sale

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore is running a 25-hour flash sale from 12 p.m on 25 January 2021 to 1 p.m on 26 January 2021. 

Update: It seems the rates have gone live already. It should look something like this- S$397 nett (then deduct S$100 SRV). The example above is 22-23 March 2021.

Guests will save 25% off the BAR, plus a free upgrade to the next room category upon arrival. For example, if you book the cheapest Deluxe Kallang room, you’ll get the Elevated Kallang room. If you book an Elevated Kallang room, you’ll get a Grand Kallang Room.

🏨 Note: All non-suite rooms at this property are the same size at 51 sqm, so what really changes is the view and floor. 

Rates start from S$338++ (S$398 nett), and you can use your S$100 SRV to bring the cost down to S$298 nett- a sensational deal for this property. Bookings are non-changeable and non-refundable. 

If you want to use your SRV, you’ll need to book the package via

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Hotelux is offering a Virtuoso rate for the Ritz-Carlton that starts from S$450++ (S$530 nett). 

This includes:

  • Room upgrade, upon booking (subject to availability)
  • Breakfast for 2
  • Early check-in(subject to availability)
  • Late check-out (subject to availability)
  • US$100 dining/spa credit
  • Cancel up to 24 hours before check-in

So you’re basically paying S$132 more for all of the above benefits plus flexibility, which might be better value for some. It all boils down to what you’re trying to solve for- if you just want the cheapest way to stay at the Ritz-Carlton, then it’s hard to argue with a S$298 nett out of pocket cost.


This is the cheapest I’ve ever seen the Ritz-Carlton go for, and if this hotel has been on your bucket list, there’s no time like the present.

Do remember that Healthcare Heroes can enjoy a rate of just S$275++ (S$324 nett) at the Ritz-Carlton till the end of 2021, so that’s something else you might be interested in if you qualify. 

Aaron Wong
Aaron Wong
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Marina view through signature octagonal window in the bathroom is what people love about this Ritz. That rate would be more appealing.
Didn’t find the rate in late May, but Good Friday long weekend has it. Guess the rate applies till end April.


If you do not use the SRV, the rates on Bonvoy last the whole year, and its cancelable as well.


Given that less than 25% of residents (and tax payers!) get SRVs, its probably unhelpful to use the “after SRV” price as the headline price because it makes the deal look better than it is.


the headline clearly says “after SRV”. i don’t see why a singapore-based blog shouldn’t write about things that are relevant to singaporeans.


The article is about the room price and the room price is $398 not $298 so I agree that even with “after SRV” it makes the deal sound better than it is.


Do Hilton Gold members get an additional upgrade on this rate? Probably not but wanted to ask


Sorry Brain fart, wrong program