Klook and Trip.com have lined up their best offers for the National Day weekend sale. Here’s our top picks on what you should grab.
Klook and Trip.com have both kicked off their National Day flash sales, both running from 5 to 9 Aug 2021. Together they have put up more than a dozen hotels on offer, so here’s some of the top picks.
Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay – $350, COLLECTION Club Room
Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay is offering two club-level rooms for this sale: the COLLECTION Club room for S$350 nett, or the Urban Suite with COLLECTION Lounge entitlements at S$400.
For both room types, you get:
- 1-night accommodation at PARKROYAL Collection Marina Bay
- Daily buffet breakfast for 2 from 7am to 10.30am
- Afternoon Tea for 2 from 2.30pm to 4pm
- Evening Cocktails for 2 from 6pm to 8pm
- 20% discount for hotel-operated restaurants (except for eve of PH and public holidays, blackout dates apply)
- Pan Pacific Cares Pack
- Complimentary parking
Newly refurbished, the former Marina Mandarin property is now reopened as Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay since early this year.
The COLLECTION Club lounge is newly opened since May at the level 4 patio, near the swimming pool area.
Fullerton Bay Hotel – S$580, Deluxe Room + S$256 dining credits
For S$580 nett, you get:
- A 1-night stay in a Deluxe room
- 6 p.m check-out (for Mon-Wed stays)
- S$256 dining credit per stay
- Complimentary parking at One Fullerton
- Complimentary Fullerton Monument Tour, Maritime Journey Tour, Fullerton Farm Tour (Subject to Availability)
Note that breakfast is not included in the offer, so you will need to pay for it out of the dining credits. Breakfast is at $45++ per person, so for two people that will offset your dining credit by $106, leaving you with $150 for other cravings.
Shangri-La Hotel, S$528, Valley Wing Deluxe Room
Shangri La’s now-famous Valley Wing seems to be the flavour of the year, with promotions almost all year round so this probably won’t be the last.
The going rate now is S$528, but if you are planning a Saturday night stay the price goes up to S$568, which is still a good value.
For S$528 or S$568, you get:
- 1-night stay in Valley Wing Deluxe room
- Daily breakfast for 2 adults and 2 children in The Summit Room
- Unlimited wine, champagne, juice, coffee and tea from 11am to 10.30pm
- Afternoon tea from 2pm to 5pm
- Evening canapés and cocktails from 5pm to 7pm
- Playtime at Splash Zone featuring 6 unique water play areas for 2 children (One complimentary session per night)
- Complimentary parking
If you are in for the unlimited food and drinks at the Valley Wing and don’t mind a mid-week stay, consider booking direct with Shangri-La Singapore, with their 28-hour Valley Wing Weekday Indulgence at S$488++ (S$574 nett), where you get to check in at 3pm and check out at 7pm the following day, giving you two dips at the afternoon tea and evening cocktails.
Trip.com best picks
Trip.com runs a smaller offering, but still equally good. Here are some of the better picks.
Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore, $295, Deluxe Laguna King
One of the newest hotels to open in recent years, this property off to the east of Singapore is located within the grounds of Laguna National Golf Resort Club, offering a different staycation experience than your usual city centre hotels.
The S$285 price tag comes with only the room and no breakfast, but you can also select the breakfast option for an additional S$86 (pro tip: don’t).
Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore has a wide range of facilities available on site, including several restaurants, a fully-equipped gym, three swimming pools, three tennis courts, and Dusit’s signature Devarana Wellness spa.
Goodwood Park Hotel, S$216, Deluxe Premier Room with breakfast
Perched right on the edge of the Orchard Road belt, this national monument hotel is kind of a long-forgotten gem.
For S$216 nett, you get a 1-night stay in the Deluxe Premier Room, with breakfast for two. There’s also a S$218 nett option that comes with S$99 dining credit, but note that breakfast is not included for this option, so the S$99 credit will practically cover the cost of breakfast for two if you choose so.
A Deluxe Premier Room measures in at 39 sqm, and a room-only rate on the official websites starts from S$270++.
Oasia Hotel Downtown, S$300, 2 nights in Superior Room
At $150 per night, this deal is pretty much a steal for a 5-star hotel located downtown. It comes with a really pretty swimming pool and fully equipped gym, so this pretty much is a self-contained hotel with all you need.
Note that this rate pretty much gives you only the room for two nights, with no breakfast, no early check-in or late check-out privileges, no parking, nothing, zilch. Also, the rate is strictly non-refundable.
This Far East Hospitality property is located in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, so you won’t be in want as far as food is concerned.
Singapore Rediscover Vouchers
Both Klook’s and Trip.com’s packages are eligible for SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV), so if you haven’t use them, this might be a good chance for you to.
For Klook, those who spend at least S$50 of SRV will receive a S$50 Klook voucher for a future staycation, which can be redeemed with a minimum spend of S$200.
These are some very good deals if you are planning for another local stay before international travel is possible again. For those like us who have yet to use their SRV vouchers, you might want to consider using them before they expire at the end of the year.
Some local deals – such as the Shangri La Valley Wing ones – may not be on sale ever again once Singapore opens up to international travellers, so grab those last few chances to snag a good deal to experience some of the better hospitality offerings Singapore has to give.
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