November marks the ideal juncture for a memorable staycation. As the year inches closer to its grand finale, the allure of a staycation this month means you get to reward yourself, without having to incur the impending festive season’s price surge in December. But there’s more than just cost savings awaiting you this month.

Singapore has welcomed brand-new hotels like The Robertson House, a treasure trove of history and luxury. Simultaneously, exciting initiatives, like PARKROYAL on Beach Road’s “All Things Local,” are redefining hospitality. Lastly, with Single’s Day, or 11.11, on the horizon, prepare for irresistible sales. Citadines Connect City Centre, for instance, joins the extravaganza with mind-blowing deals, offering rooms for as little as $11 per night.

In the spirit of this vibrant season, we’ve curated a list of three hotels in Singapore that beckon you to embark on an unforgettable staycation.

1. The Robertson House

Photo: The Robertson House

Managed by The Ascott Limited, The Robertson House invites you to journey back to the British colonial Singapore, immersing you in the city’s vibrant riverside history. The hotel thoughtfully captures the essence of a bustling entrepot trade hub, and it’s evident in the subtle details.

The magic begins with an exclusive scent that wafts through the hotel, inspired by the spices and teas once traded along the flourishing quayside. Beyond the enchanting ambiance, The Robertson House offers a plethora of bespoke experiences. For those seeking refined relaxation, the 1823 Reading Room atop the hotel beckons as a private club lounge.

To celebrate its grand opening, The Robertson House extends a warm welcome with special rates starting from $240. For an elevated stay, indulge in The Robertson House Experience at $1,380 per night. You’ll even receive a pair of luxurious bathrobes and pillowcases as souvenirs. These rates are available for bookings and stays until 7 January 2024.

The Robertson House

Location: 1 Unity St, Singapore 237983

2. PARKROYAL on Beach Road

Leather crafting workshop at Crafune. Photo: PARKROYAL on Beach Road
Leather crafting workshop at Crafune. Photo: PARKROYAL on Beach Road

This month, embark on an immersive journey through the rich tapestry of Singapore’s culture and traditions with the All Things Local experience at PARKROYAL on Beach Road. If you’re Singaporean but you don’t feel Singaporean enough, this staycation is for you.

The “All Things Local” package is an exquisite curation of hands-on and interactive experiences, allowing guests to connect with the very essence of Singapore. Priced from $380, this 2D1N room stay for two includes an activity of your choice — leather crafting workshop or a visit to the home of Jasmine Adams, a local kueh mould collector.

All Things Local Experience

Date: 6 Oct 2023-6 Apr 2024

Location: 7500 Beach Rd, Singapore 199591

3. Citadines Connect City Centre

1970s Deluxe Suite. Photo: Citadines Connect City Centre

Would you believe us if we told you that you could get one night of staycation for just $11?

This Singles’ Day, Citadines Connect City Centre invites you to celebrate the most important person in your life: you (but feel free to bring your partner or a friend).

From 10 to 13 November 2023, book any two consecutive nights in your preferred room type, and you’ll pay the best available room rate for the first night, and the second night for just $11++. Yes, you read that right!

As if that’s not enticing enough, the package includes a 10% discount on dining at Café Natsu and E.D.T Rooftop Bar & Restaurant, ensuring that your taste buds are in for a treat. And there’s more: a daily replenishable minibar refreshment to make your stay even sweeter.

This special offer is available to the first 11 guests who book via email, so seize this opportunity to pamper yourself and bask in this retro railway-themed hotel. It’s not just a staycation. It’s a self-love experience you won’t want to miss.

Citadines Connect City Centre

Date: 11-13 November 2023

Location: 182 Clemenceau Ave, Singapore 239923

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