With travel restrictions still being enforced in most parts of Asia, your best bet for a quick getaway is a staycation. Thankfully, hotels in the Lion City can soon welcome local guests for leisure stays, as long as they have stringent safety measures in place.

The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts in Singapore, which includes The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel, has launched attractive staycation packages across both properties, along with buy-now, use-later vouchers.

Photo: The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Encouraging guests to book with a peace of mind, all staycation packages come with flexible dates and penalty-free cancellation so that one can book with a peace of mind.

For a well-deserved family treat, book the Suite Compliments package, which includes a complimentary second night stay in a luxurious suite. Perks include daily Chandon breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapés for two adults and two children, complimentary one-way limousine transfer, as well as an extra bed for one child beyond 12 years of age.

Couples eyeing some time out for themselves can go for the Time for Two package, which includes a stay in guestrooms that offer scenic views of either the Singapore River or Marina Bay. They’ll be welcomed by an adorable pair of Fullerton bears, daily breakfast, as well as a four-course, in-room dining expetrience with a bottle of house wine.

Credits: The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

With the July school holidays beckoning, families can also book the Perfect Staycation package, which features S$100 F&B credit per stay, 30 percent discount on a la carte food menus, 20 percent off spa treatments at The Fullerton Spa, daily breakfast, and more,

Each of these stays also come with thoughtful amenities like hand sanitiser, sanitising wipes, and disposable face masks.

If you’re not ready for a staycation yet, there’s the option of buying buy-now, use-later vouchers. The Luxury of Time voucher package includes a S$150 dining credit, that can be spent on the hotels’ many F&B outlets, including Cantonese restaurant Jade and high tea spot The Courtyard.

More information here.

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