InterContinental Singapore giving 100% of room rate back as F&B credits

From now till 31 May 2021, stay at the InterContinental Singapore and get your entire room rate back in dining credits.

In December last year, Pan Pacific Hotels launched an incredible (and still ongoing) deal that offered 100% of the room rate back as F&B credits. 

It now looks like InterContinental Singapore has come up with their own version. For a limited time, guests who book the “Come Dine With Us” package will get 100% of their room rate rebated in the form of F&B credits. 

InterContinental Singapore Come Dine With Us

Come Dine With Us

“Come Dine With Us” is valid for stays between 8 March and 31 May 2021 (Sunday to Thursday nights only). Guests can choose between two types of rooms, and rates are static:

  • Deluxe Room (38 sqm): S$350 nett
  • Junior Suite (52 sqm): S$450 nett

Bookings are non-refundable, and a full pre-payment is required upon reservation (that’s what the T&Cs say, but based on practice, these seem to be charged at check-in only). 

You’ll receive S$350 dining credits if you book the Deluxe Room, and S$450 dining credits if you book the Junior Suite. Do note that Junior Suites do not come with Club InterContinental access, so either way you’ll need to pay for breakfast out of your F&B credits.

InterContinental Singapore Junior Suite
InterContinental Singapore Junior Suite

For reference, breakfast costs S$40++ per adult at Ash & Elm, so you’re looking at S$94 nett for two people. Alternatively, you could try out the fancy new breakfast menu at The Lobby Lounge, which features items like eggs benedict with caviar (S$30++) and porridge with bird’s nest (S$25++). 

Dining credits are valid at Ash & Elm, Man Fu Yuan, The Lobby Lounge, and Palms Pool and Champagne Bar. They cannot be used for in-room dining. 

The T&C state that this rate does not earn IHG Rewards Club points, but the booking form has a field to enter your membership number. Just do it anyway; you may get lucky. I previously booked a Suite Surprise package with IHG that supposedly didn’t earn points or credit, but got them nonetheless. 

How does this compare to Pan Pacific’s deal?

Leaving aside the quality of restaurants, the most important difference between this and Pan Pacific’s 100% dining credit offer is that this can only be booked via the hotel’s website. That means you can’t pay with your SRV, nor take advantage of other discount codes.

Traveloka has been going gangbusters with their offers lately, and people in the Telegram group have been posting about the offers they’ve snagged. This one guy paid S$127 for a night at the PARKROYAL Marina Bay with S$400 dining credit included (it would be S$117 if he used all his SRV). Sensational stuff. 

Screenshot: ฅ^•ﻌ•^ฅ

If you still have SRV and are really looking to stretch them, I’d recommend you wait for the next batch of Traveloka promo codes (these go live at 6 p.m from Friday to Sunday) and book the Pan Pacific deal. However, if you’ve already exhausted your SRV, then the InterContinental offer could be worth considering. 


It’s great to see other chains following the lead of Pan Pacific and introducing 100% dining credit offers of their own. While you’ll need to pay for breakfast out of these, there should still be more than enough left over for a good meal or two. 

For a full review of the InterContinental Singapore staycation experience, check out my review from October last year. 

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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thanks for this intercontinental deal!
btw which telegram u referring in your post? Thanks.


This is so called “get-fat” package, eat, sleep, eat in the hotel, never go out, hahahaha


Thanks Aaron for flagging this deal!
Was reading the T&Cs and would like to get your thoughts on:
1) If the credits stack? 2 nights = 2 x $350 = $700 credits?
2) If Ambassador benefits will apply if we sign up for Intercontinental Ambassador?
Thank you!

Warung Buffet

More importantly, how is the food there. Is it worth spending $450 elsewhere and sleeping in your own bed as usual?


Is pan pac stay n feast rates still bookable on traveloka? It’s not showing now or gotta wait till fri 6pm?



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