Pan Pacific Singapore – Staycation Deal With Dining Credits & Free Room Upgrade

Pan Pacific Singapore

So what is it like to stay in one of the highly acclaimed hotels in the Marina Bay area?

Pan Pacific Singapore has an unobstructed view of the Singapore skyline, and its club lounge is the best in Singapore – that’s what it is. But more than that, the hotel is one modern property that feels exactly like home.

We have every reason for you to book a stay. Celebrate Pan Pacific Singapore’s 30th Anniversary this year and you are in for exclusive privileges.

Pan Pacific Singapore’s 30th Anniversary Staycation Package includes complimentary daily breakfast at Edge – the award-winning buffet restaurant. On top of that, you also receive SGD30 Food and Beverage credit*, SGD30 savings on spa treatments at St. Gregory Spa and more.

It is quite a package they have there as you can see, and wouldn’t you want to call the Marina Bay your home for a day with these perks?

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Keyaki Japanese Restaurant – The Best Deal For This Festive Period

Sashimi

After all the Christmas feasting, how about a break from European meats and turning to an elegant Japanese meal to welcome the New Year instead? Located on the 4th level of luxurious hotel Pan Pacific Singapore is award-winning Keyaki Japanese Restaurant; indulge in a sumptuous selection of sukiyaki, sashimi and signature teppanyaki.

Keyaki is defying traditions and sticking to what they do best – authentic Japanese food without a premium price tag.

And readers of ladyironchef will enjoy a generous discount of 25% off lunch on 31 Dec 2015 as well as 15% off lunch on 01 Jan 2016 to 10 Jan 2016 when you quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making a reservation or when you flash this post upon payment.

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Valentine’s Day Dinner Singapore 2012

Valentine's Day Dinner

With Valentine’s Day just two weeks away, the question on everyone’s mind: where to go for a romantic date?

Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, I’d suggest celebrating it the weekend before, or a few days after. Unless both of you have violent objections and insist on celebrating it on the actual day, it really doesn’t make sense to pay so much just because it is February fourteenth.

As such, this post is mainly on romantic restaurants in Singapore which I think are worth trying; you can also use it as a guide for other special occasions. (I’m not including the details of Valentine’s Day set menus. If you want to find out more, please call the respective restaurant to check their Valentine’s Day promotions.)

Here are some suggestions on where to go for Valentine’s Day Dinner 2012.

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