Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore extends Healthcare Hero rate for 2022: Weekend stays below S$350 nett

Healthcare workers can continue to enjoy special rates at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore in 2022, albeit slightly higher than last year.

To recognise the contributions of healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore has been offering a special Healthcare Hero rate since 2020. This is available to anyone with a medical or healthcare ID, issued in Singapore or overseas. 

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

The Healthcare Hero rate has once again been extended for 2022, with the latest iteration valid for stays through 29 December 2022. Unfortunately, the starting price has also increased by S$20++ from S$275++ to S$295++, but it’s still a significant discount compared to the regular rates we see at this property. 

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore Healthcare Hero rate

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

From now till 29 December 2022, healthcare workers can book and stay at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore at the following discounted rates:

👨‍⚕️ Ritz-Carlton Singapore Healthcare Hero Rate
  2021 Rate 2022 Rate
Deluxe Kallang S$275++
(S$324 nett)
(S$347 nett)
Deluxe Marina S$375++
(S$441 nett)
(S$465 nett)
Club Deluxe Kallang S$525++
(S$618 nett)
(S$677 nett)

The Healthcare Hero rate:

  • is applicable for both weekend and weekday stays, although certain dates (e.g. Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day) are blocked out
  • covers just the room (breakfast costs S$48++ per adult and S$24++ per child aged 12 and below)
  • is fully refundable up to two days before arrival

Compared to 2021, rates have increased by S$20++ for non-club rooms and S$50++ for club rooms. However, it’s still a decent deal, given that the cheapest refundable rate I can find for a Deluxe Marina room starts from S$470++ (S$553 nett).

⚠️ Marriott website glitch

When you run a search via the Healthcare Hero landing page on the Marriott website, the rate code gets removed on the next screen and you’ll just see regular prices. 

You’ll need to click on the Edit button and manually add the code T4441 into the Special Rates field, under Corporate/ Promo/ SET# as shown below. Then click View Rates, and you’ll be able to browse the Healthcare Hero offer.

As a reminder, the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore does not participate in Marriott Bonvoy, so there’s no question of earning Bonvoy points or enjoying elite benefits. 

In case you were wondering, all the non-suite rooms at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia are the same size at 51 sqm; they’re just on different floors, with different views and entitlements. 

If you want the full fat experience, go for a Club Room. Ritz-Carlton guards access to its club lounges zealously; even Marriott’s top-tier Ambassador members don’t get free access. 

Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge
Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore Club Lounge

There’s a reason why: the club lounge at the Ritz is an experience to remember. Think all-day champagne, five culinary presentations daily (breakfast, mid-day snacks, afternoon tea, evening canapes and desserts), and a complimentary limo drop-off to anywhere within the vicinity. Of course there’s also the fawning service you’d expect at the Ritz, jacked up to the next level. 

For the record, the Healthcare Hero rate isn’t the cheapest I’ve ever seen for a Club Room at the Ritz-Carlton Singapore. Just a couple of days ago, Ritz ran a flash sale with Club Rooms pricing at S$645 nett. Trip.com offered a further S$50 coupon which brought the rate down to S$595 nett- an excellent price, if you’re OK with a non-refundable rate.

So it’s worth keeping your eyes open for similar sales as well, should this be something on your bucket list.


Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore has extended its Healthcare Hero offer for 2022, with rooms starting from S$295++ (S$347 nett). This is slightly more expensive than the rate offered in 2021, but still a good-sized discount compared to what the public pays. 

If you’re looking for a Club Room in particular, it may be possible to snag a cheaper (albeit non-refundable) rate during one of Ritz’s flash sales.

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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How was the take-up of this offer last year?

At these prices, they should be cognisant to the fact that private surgeons and the like are the only Health Care ‘heroes’ who can afford them. Interestingly enough, surgeons aren’t necessarily the ones attending the congested wards.

And please lah…. how much more insincere can this gesture get without breakfast?