HSBC WOW Weekend: Staycation deals at PARKROYAL Marina Bay & Shangri-La Valley Wing


From 30 Sep to 2 Oct, enjoy special deals at the PARKROYAL Marina Bay and Shangri-La Valley Wing with HSBC cards.

HSBC has announced its latest set of WOW Weekend staycation deals, which run from 30 September to 2 October 2022.

Bookings go live at midnight tonight (i.e. 12 a.m on Friday 30 September), and there’s two hotels to choose from this time: PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, and Shangri-La Valley Wing. 

HSBC WOW Weekend Sale

All bookings must be made with a HSBC credit card, and I’d highly recommend using the HSBC Revolution to earn 4 mpd, capped at the first S$1,000 per calendar month.

If you don’t have a HSBC Revolution yet, you can enjoy the following gifts with a minimum spend of S$500 by the end of the month after approval.

HSBC Revolution
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 New-to-bank Existing
  • S$200 cashback or
  • Samsonite Prestige 69cm Spinner Exp (worth S$670)
  • S$50 cashback


 First 50 bookings51st onwards
RateS$430 nett
S$480 nett
  • 1-night stay in COLLECTION Club Room
  • Breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails for 2
  • Complimentary parking (single-exit)
Booking Period30 Sep to 2 Oct 2022
Stay Period3 Oct to 29 Dec 2022
Blackout Dates7-10 Oct 2022, 24-26 Dec 2022
PR Marina Bay Review

HSBC is offering the same deal we’ve seen for the past few months at the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, where the first 50 bookings pay S$430 nett for a COLLECTION Club Room, inclusive of daily breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails for two guests. 

If you’re outside the first 50, the rate increases to S$480 nett, with the same inclusions. 

All bookings are non-refundable and non-changeable. 

How to book

All bookings must be made via this link.

Hotel review

Matthew stayed in a regular room at the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay in June 2021, and I did a separate suite review during National Day that year. 

Aesthetically speaking, it’s one of the most gorgeous hotels I’ve ever laid eyes on. The Urban Suite was tastefully decorated, with more than enough space to host a viewing party (just a shame they didn’t show the same kind of love to the bathrooms, which received minimal attention during the renovation). 

Breakfast was surprisingly good (after my stay at the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering I didn’t have very high expectations), and if you’re a GHA member, this can count towards one of the three (yes, three) brands you need to stay in to qualify/requalify for Titanium status. As an aside, GHA has confirmed with me that PARKROYAL COLLECTION and PARKROYAL count as separate brands. 

Review: NDP Experience at the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay

Shangri-La Singapore (Valley Wing)

 First 50 bookings51st onwards
RateMon-Thu: S$456.52++
(S$537 nett)
Fri-Sun, PH: S$546.52++
(S$643 nett)

Booking Link
Mon-Thu: S$499++
(S$587 nett)
Fri-Sun, PH: S$589++
(S$693 nett)
Booking Link
  • 1-night stay in Valley Wing Deluxe Room
  • Breakfast for 2 adults and 2 children (aged <12)
  • Free flow alcohol from 12 p.m to 10.30 p.m daily
  • Afternoon tea and evening canapes
  • Free parking (unlimited in/out)
  • Free Wi-Fi
Booking Period30 Sep to 2 Oct 2022
Stay Period4 Oct to 15 Dec 2022
Blackout Dates7 to 8 Nov 2022
HSBC x Shangri-La Deal
Shangri-La Singapore Review

The first 50 bookings will pay S$456.52++ (S$537 nett) for a one-night stay in a Valley Wing Deluxe Room on weekdays, and S$546.52++ (S$643 nett) on weekends. 

This comes with all the standard Valley Wing perks, such as breakfast in The Summit Room (a cut above what’s offered at The Line), a free flow of champagne and wine from 12 p.m to 10.30 p.m daily, afternoon tea and evening cocktails.

The 51st booking onwards will pay S$499++ (S$587 nett) and S$589++ (S$693 nett) for weekdays and weekends respectively, with the same inclusions. 

The last time we saw a WOW Weekend deal for the Valley Wing was in April 2022, and the rate was about S$100++ cheaper for weekdays and S$50++ cheaper for weekends. So I can’t say this represents a great deal, though anyone who can hold their liquor might find it worthwhile nonetheless.

While the Valley Wing is meant more for couples, I’d rate the overall Shangri-La Singapore as one of the most kid-friendly resorts in Singapore, with a mini water park and a kids club with all-day activities for the younglings. 

How to book

All bookings can be made via this link. 

Hotel review

The Shangri-La Valley Wing is a unique experience to say the least- a hotel inside a hotel. Guests have their own private driveway, lobby and lounging areas. You could even go your whole stay without ever mixing with the riffraff elsewhere! 

Of course, breakfast at The Summit Room continues to be a major draw with its caviar omelettes and steak & eggs, and you can’t put a price on non-stop champagne all afternoon. 

Review: Shangri-La Singapore Valley Wing Staycation


HSBC Revolution
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WOW Weekend deals have been less wow-worthy of late, as Singapore’s reopened borders have led to hotel rates hitting 10-year highs.

I wouldn’t consider either hotel a must-book at these prices, though if you’ve already decided that you want to stay here then it’s still cheaper than the publicly-available rates. Unfortunately, both will require you to stay up late tonight if you want to be among the first 50, as they need to be booked via the official website.

Be sure to use the HSBC Revolution to get 4 mpd on your hotel stays, capped at S$1,000 per calendar month.

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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