Singapore hotels are pulling out the stops to bring in customers, after two years of disruption to tourism because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Singapore hotels are pulling out the stops to bring in customers, after two years of disruption to tourism because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Getty Images

Singapore hotels pull out the stops with facelifts, rebrandings and staycation offers – including for pets – to survive two years of Covid restrictions

  • As the pandemic drags on, Singapore’s hotel scene is adapting to survive, with ever more imaginative staycation promotions and dining deals
  • The Mandarin Orchard is closing, the Hilton is moving, and among those to open or rebrand are the Dusit Thani Laguna, Clan Hotel and Oasia Resort Sentosa

Singapore hotels are pulling out the stops to bring in customers, after two years of disruption to tourism because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
Singapore hotels are pulling out the stops to bring in customers, after two years of disruption to tourism because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
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