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8 Hotels in Singapore That Have Reopened for All Your Staycation Needs

Everyone probably had travel plans for this year that will not be happening any time soon and have to be put on hold due to the pandemic. But that doesn’t mean we cannot satisfy our hunger for adventure or a much-needed break right here on our shores. Staycations are in and we got you covered. 

Here are eight hotels in Singapore that have opened their doors once again for guests to finally enjoy that staycation that they deserve. 

Capella Singapore 

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Nestled within 30 acres of lush rainforest, Capella Singapore has introduced enhanced staycation experiences for their guests through their range of Manor Experiences. Two of their most popular Manor options, the Capella and Contemporary Manors are located in the fringes of the estate and are complete with outdoor terraces and rainforest showers that mirror a tropical, backcountry escape right here in sunny Singapore. 

Marina Bay Sands Singapore 

Marina Bay Sands has also made it in the list of hotels that have reopened for tourism. Iconic attractions like the sampan ride and world-famous infinity pool are also open to the public but visitors are still encouraged to practice safe social distancing measures. Marina Bay Sands guests can also enjoy 1-for-1 cocktails at Adrift until 31 Dec 2020 as well as discounted treatments at Banyan Tree Spa. 

The St. Regis Singapore 

Located in the heart of Orchard Road, the grand and luxurious St. Regis has a range of enticing offerings for their guests’ perusal. Instead of just dining credits, they are offering $100 worth of stay credits in their Distinctive Luxury Deal that you can use for dining-in in their restaurants, room service, as well as their spa treatments. On top of that, their signature butler service will also be available for all your staycation needs. 

PARKROYAL on Beach Road 

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Uncover special staycation room rates at PARKROYAL on Beach Road. Frontline healthcare workers and Pan Pacific DISCOVERY members can enjoy an additional 10% savings on room rates and 30% savings on all food and beverage services. If you wish to step outside for a walk, you can also take a stroll down Haji Lane or even pay a visit to the Bugis Street to treat the inner shopaholic in you. 

Fairmont Singapore 

For those are bringing their children along on their staycations, good news — kids stay for free at Fairmont! Guests can enjoy the Upsizes Staycation Offer with S$150 worth of credits and vouchers that can be used throughout the establishment.

The Warehouse Hotel 

This heritage hotel by the Lo and Behold Group has nailed down its design and aesthetics. While most hotels and resorts that we know of here in Singapore take on a more tropical feel, The Warehouse Hotel has a more rustic and industrial-chic touch to it. Their room options include the Warehouse Loft and Warehouse Sanctuary with a seamless design and ambient lighting, that truly embodies an oasis of calm. 

Amoy Hotel 

Relish in the beauty of modern living spaces with Chinese heritage accents at Amoy Hotel. This hotel has retained and maintained the oriental charm that they’re known for through the architecture, decor, design, and even their dining experiences. Guests can enjoy a modern yet traditional stay in their Cosy Single and Double Deluxe rooms with built-in amenities such as a hairdryer, iron, a 32-inch LCD TV, and a complimentary minibar. 

Hotel NuVe

If you’re looking for something on the more affordable side, Hotel NuVe is the ideal place for you. From $80 a night, you can enjoy a fully-stocked complimentary in-room minibar in the NuVe Classic, NuVe Share, and NuVe Family rooms as well as complimentary room decoration upon request. They are also offering other amazing deals such as their long stay promo, early bird promo, and last-minute promo. 

All of these establishments have been given the SG Clean certification, which means that their hygiene and sanitation measures have been inspected and given the green light to operate from trusted assessors from the Singapore Tourism Board. With that, you no longer have to worry and all you have to do is sit back and relax. 

This is just the tip of the iceberg and today, there are over 100 hotels that have reopened for guests to enjoy. To view the full list approved and certified hotels, click here

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