Accor launches ‘For the love of cuisine, colour and culture’ campaign in Singapore

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To reignite the joys of local discovery and city escapades, Accor has launched its ‘For the love of cuisine, colour and culture’ campaign with savings of up to 30% on accommodation at 27 hotels and resorts across Singapore.

With vibrant cuisine options, inspiring cultural diversity and a colourful spirit of discovery awaiting travellers and locals alike, Singapore has reopened with safety measures and SG Clean certification, making it the perfect time to explore the Lion City minus the crowds.

Accor offers a variety of hotel experiences to suit the needs of every guest, with hotels and resorts under the Raffles, Fairmont, SO/, Sofitel, Swissôtel, Grand Mercure, Mercure, Novotel, ibis, ibis Styles brands, and ibis Budget brands.

For a luxurious experience near Marina Bay, Fairmont Singapore invites vacationing jetsetters to relax in a private sanctuary with unparalleled views of the city from a private balcony. Swissôtel The Stamford offers a Swiss-Singaporean fusion experience with distinctive dining options for every gourmet, such as the Michelin-starred JAAN by Kirk Westaway, and finely-crafted grill with a view at SKAI.

Playful local touches are infused with an edgy Parisian twist at SO/Singapore. Housed within a heritage building, the hotel is a spot for stylish socialisers to enjoy the dynamic blend of culture, cuisine and art. For those who look to indulge in the spirit of French art de vivre, Sofitel Singapore City Centre offers the luxurious comfort of French refinement. Within a short walking distance, a cultural connoisseur can explore the modern culture around the vibrant Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood.

Left to right: SKAI at Swissôtel The Stamford, SO/Singapore, Sofitel Singapore City Centre

Perfect for a tranquil retreat away from the city, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa is a hidden gem set on a cliff above Tanjong Beach. Inspired by Paris’ Jardin du Luxembourg and surrounded by luscious greenery, the resort brings a touch of French flair to Sentosa. To soak in the laidback charm of Singapore, Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy lies in the heart of historical Katong, a heritage suburb nearby Changi Airport and a home of the Peranakan culture.

A few minutes from the famous shopping boulevard of Orchard Road sits a new lifestyle hub, Novotel Singapore on Stevens and Mercure Singapore on Stevens. With a creative architectural design inspired by Singapore as the Garden City, the hotels will transport visitors into the lush urban paradise. The outdoor pools overlooking urban greenery are not to be missed.

At ibis Singapore on Bencoolen, bamboo bicycles are available for guests to cycle around the trendy Bugis and colourful Little India and see Singapore’s street life in a fun and sustainable way.

Travellers can now book their stay in Singapore with Accor’s For the love of cuisine, colour and culture and save 30% off with flexible booking conditions. The offer is valid for booking from now until 15th April 2022 for stays from 14th March until 31st July 2022. Members of Accor Plus receive an additional 10% discount.

For more information or to make a reservation, please visit https://all.accor.com/promotions-offers/hot-deals-offers/owm014509-001-singapore-sale.en.shtml.

Fully vaccinated travellers from over 30 countries can now visit Singapore without any quarantine via the Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs). For more information, please visit https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/vtl/requirements-and-process.

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