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Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures in The Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore

From : The Ritz-Carlton

Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures in The Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore
  • 30 Dec 2019
  • Jan 2019 to Dec 2019
  • SGD 650
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Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures in The Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore
 

Valid through December 30, 2019
Starting from SGD 650 per night

Head over to The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore for an unforgettable family staycation, where an exciting adventure for your kids await.

The Ritz Kids Night Safari seeks to cultivate the spirit of the great outdoors in young children, and cater to their inquisitiveness, creativity and thirst for new adventures. From the moment you check-in, this immersive programme will take the little ones on an adventure, where they will be delighted to discover a sleeping tent pitched in the room, and equipped with a night lamp, an edible turndown amenity, a Ritz-Carlton lion beanie and an engaging activity book for an in-room camping experience.

  • Overnight accommodation in an Elevated Kallang, Deluxe Marina, Premier Suite, Club Premier Suite or One-Bedroom Millenia Suite
  • Daily buffet breakfast for two adults and two children
  • Ritz Kids Night Safari sleeping tent throughout your stay
  • Ritz Kids amenities include:
    - A specially prepared edible amenity
    - Passport and discovery map (Ritz Kids can redeem a scoop of ice cream at Colony after obtaining five stamps)
    - Ritz Kids birthday cake surprise (for birthdays within the stay duration)

Kindly note that the hotel does not participate in the Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Marriott Rewards programs.

Begin planning your stay in one of our luxurious accommodations by visiting The Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore now!
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