With so many options available for Singaporeans to #supportlocal with the upcoming SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV), where are you looking for your next Staycation? Homegrown boutique hospitality group Heritage Collection is offering staycations at its hotels at unbeatable rates, starting from as low as $65nett per night.

Heritage Collection has several hotel locations, all within the prime Central Business District of Singapore; Heritage Collection on Seah, Heritage Collection on Clarke Quay, and Heritage Collection on Chinatown. The hotels are also certified SG Clean by the Singapore Tourism Board, which means that guests can stay with an added peace of mind.

No matter the size, all rooms are stocked with amenities required for the most comfortable stay. Enjoy the privacy and convenience of an ensuite bathroom and wash any blues away with the rainfall shower. Whip up a fuss-free meal with the fully-equipped kitchenette, or switch on the Apple TV for some Netflix and bury under the fluffy covers for a warm and cozy night.

Selected rooms even boast in-room washer and dryer, while guests from other rooms can utilise the in-building ones at no extra cost.

The Studio Single w/ No Windows (from $65nett per night) is perfect for individuals looking for some “me time”, to get away from the work-from-home grind and recharge. Parties of two can opt for a Studio (from $75nett per night), Loft (from $85nett per night), or Premium Loft (from $90nett per night). Studio Premiums and Premium Lofts are more spacious and have bigger windows, making it the go-to for those that prefer a lot of natural light in the room.

Being right in the middle of action within Singapore’s cultural districts means that there are many exciting destinations to consider for one’s staycation itinerary. Between food, historical sites, museums, and cultural experiences, there will be something for everyone.

Chinatown – Immerse in the rich history and heritage of Singapore’s shophouses built in the early 1900s. Embark on a visual adventure of Singapore’s colourful history with mural artist Yip Yew Chong’s street art, highlighting the city’s rich cultural heritage. Start with Old Trades on the facade of Heritage Collection along 3 Mohammed Ali Lane. Foodies will love that Amoy Street Food Centre, Maxwell Food Centre, and Chinatown Complex are just a stone’s throw away. Snack on traditional treats like egg tarts and sesame shortcakes from Tong Heng delicacies just down the block. Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Sri Mariamman temple for a spiritual experience.

Seah (City Hall) – Home to the Hainanese community during the colonial times, the City Hall district has transformed into a buzzing hotspot while retaining its character from the past. Guests can visit the MINT Museum of Toys, dedicated to vintage collectibles and playthings; National Gallery Singapore, housing the largest collection of Southeast Asian art in the world; Art Deco gem Capitol Theatre, with a striking sign originally built in the late 1920s; and CHIJMES, which features an ornately designed Gothic chapel.

Clarke Quay – During its glorious past, Clarke Quay was a hotspot for Chinese opera performances and street storytelling sessions. In current times, Clarke Quay’s colourful restored shophouses are best explored at night when the bars and restaurants along the stretch are lit up and vibrant with activity. Take a short stroll and venture a little further out to visit the wondrous Fort Canning Park which offers a variety of recreational activities as well as historical, educational, entertainment and cultural experiences.

Just when you think a staycation can’t get any more affordable, Heritage Collection is offering bookers an additional 10% off its room rates with reservations on and stays by 31 December 2020.

Simply use the code ‘HCYEAREND’ when keying in the dates of stay to be entitled to the discount, and receive a limited-edition Heritage Collection EZ-Link card featuring mural artist Yip Yew Chong’s mural “Old Trades”.

From 1 January 2021, guests will still receive the Heritage Collection EZ-Link card with every booking made with at least one SRV.

Those who choose to wait and utilise their SRV next year can stay tuned and get first dibs at newly-refurbished rooms from the first quarter of 2021. Heritage Collection on Clarke Quay and Heritage Collection on Seah will be closed 1-month for refurbishment works in late-December and February 2021 respectively. Exciting new colour themes and decor are to be expected, more information will be shared closer to the date.


Established in 2011, Heritage Collection is a boutique hotel chain and serviced apartments provider. From the historic five-foot ways of Singapore to the elegant townhouses of New York, the Group’s trademark blend of beautiful historic architecture and modern luxuries promises to immerse in the heritage of the cities while pampering with the comfort, convenience, and functionality of contemporary living.

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