Thinking about a quick, easy and fun Easter getaway?
The Shangri-La Hotel Singapore has whipped up some egg-citing ideas that are sure to cater for all guests; whether it is for adults looking to indulge in fine food and wine or for the kids to join whimsical Easter activities and egg hunts.
Various Easter-inspired events and deals will run throughout the hotel from April 1 to April 21, ranging from dance performances against a spectacular chocolate installation, delicious handmade chocolates and plenty of creative workshops for children.
The Shangri-La’s restaurants won’t skip a beat either, offering delicious menus and great deals on long, decadent brunches and high teas.
Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is offering a special Easter room package for bookings made before 10 April 2019 for stays from 15 to 25 April 2019. Applicable only for reservations with a minimum stay of two nights, the package includes $53 worth of enchanted Easter goodies and a $104 dining credit. Package rates start from $406 per room, per night. Prices are subject to 10 per cent service charge and prevailing government tax.
For enquiries or to book the room package email: here
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