Pan Pacific Hotels in Singapore Offer New 25-Hour Stay Program

Staycationers can look forward to all kinds of perks this year at Pan Pacific properties across the Lion City.

The reception at Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay. (Photo: Pan Pacific Hotel Group)

The Pan Pacific Hotel Group has introduced a 25-hour stay initiative throughout all its locations in Singapore, allowing guests to select their check-in and check-out times and enjoy the brand’s latest services and benefits with minimal hassle. This new offer is available for existing booking packages such as “Club and Suites”, “Stay and Feast with 100% Dining Credits”, and “Body & Soul by Club Med.”

Guests can stay in the comfort of a club room or suite with the “Club and Suites” package, which covers complimentary all-day wine and dine services, breakfast, refreshments and evening cocktails at the hotel’s Executive Lounge. Members of Pan Pacific Discovery, the group’s loyalty program, can also save up to 40 percent on room rates with this offer, including complimentary parking and a gift basket upon check-out. Those who aren’t members can still enjoy 35 percent savings on bookings. This deal is available for bookings from September 5 to December 30, 2021.

The “Stay and Feast with 100% Dining Credits,” which promises even greater savings than the aforementioned package, gives guests 100 percent of their room rates in dining credits, allowing both in-stay guests and non-staying visitors to eat their hearts out in the group’s many restaurants. This offer is available for bookings up to July 31, 2021 and meals enjoyed every Sunday through Thursday until October 31, 2021 inclusively.

Guests staying at the Parkroyal Collection in Marina Bay can also enjoy the hotel’s signature wellness program with Club Med’s “Body & Soul” package. Activities here range from yoga and barre classes to kickboxing, Zumba, K-pop dance cardio sessions, and cocktail-making lessons. This offer can be booked up to September 15 for stays until September 30, 2021.

Read more about the Pan Pacific Hotel Group’s new 25-hour stay initiative here.

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