Singapore Airlines announces GBP1 Singapore stopover deal
Thursday 16, February 2012
Singapore Airlines has launched an exciting promotion offering GBP1 hotel accommodation for customers who choose to stopover in Singapore.
In an extension of the airline’s already popular stopover programme, customers’ first night stays will now cost just £1 for a twin room, while additional nights are discounted by up to 56%.
With the airline serving routes from Singapore to numerous onward destinations across South East Asia and Australasia; including Koh Samui (Thailand), Penang (Malaysia), Adelaide (Australia), Hanoi (Vietnam), Siem Riep (Cambodia) and many more, this great new offer is also able to be combined with Singapore Airlines’ latest special fares. Available until 10 March, fares start from just £545pp return to destinations including Bali and Manila, meaning there is no better time to book and save.
Singapore Airlines’ customers can choose from 15 different hotels, including the centrally located Hotel Royal, the luxurious Grand Pacific Hotel and the Hotel Miramar with its beautiful waterfront location. To ensure customers have an easy journey from the plane to their chosen hotel, the airline has even included airport to hotel transfers within the £1 charge.
Singapore offers visitors a vibrant mix of commercial, retail and entertainment choices. From the Great World City shopping mall, Marina Bay Resort and Casino, the Singapore Flyer, Sentosa Resorts World and Universal Studios Theme Park, Singapore is the perfect stopover, providing something for everybody.
The £1 promotion is available to book from now until 10 March 2012 for travel up until 29 June 2012. To book, visit www.singaporeair.com and select your chosen deal once you have booked your flights. To view and book the latest special fares from Singapore Airlines, visit www.singaporeair.com. For more destinations, boardpoints and further information, please visit www.singaporeair.com
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