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Get up to 70 percent off stays and meals with flash deals from Andaz Singapore and Grand Hyatt

Look forward to exclusive offers, discounts, mystery boxes, and more

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo
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Andaz Singapore and Grand Hyatt Singapore are celebrating their upcoming birthdays through what we all love best: an online flash sale with up to 70 percent discount off stays, dining, and cash vouchers. 

Running from October 1 to 9, the two properties under Hyatt Hotels Corporation will run limited-time offers on everything – from luxurious suites to lavish meals. Feeling lucky? Try snagging up a mystery box for $100. Each will contain secret deals from either Andaz or Grand Hyatt, amounting to at least $153 in value. 

Andaz Singapore
Photograph: Andaz Singapore

From Andaz Singapore, snag up a two-night stay in a 1 King Bed Room for $467 (52 percent off regular price), which comes with $100 dining credits and breakfast for two; or splurge on the Presidential Suite for $850 (61 percent off regular price). Other highlights include being among one of the first to experience two up-and-coming dining concepts at the hotel: a five-course lunch ($76) at the expanded 665 Degrees Fahrenheit, and $120 worth of dining vouchers for just $78 at 5 on 25, a new Cantonese restaurant. 

Grand Hyatt Singapore
Photograph: Grand Hyatt Singapore

Grand Hyatt Singapore, which is due to celebrate its 50th birthday, will have over 25 deals. A night at the Club Deluxe Room goes for $276 (a 40 percent discount), which comes with club lounge access, breakfast, all-day refreshments, and evening cocktails. Indulge in an afternoon tea set for $78.20, or enjoy one-for-one three-course set lunches at Mezza9 ($50) and Pete’s Place ($40). Discounted hotel cash vouchers are also up for grabs. 

HOW TO BUY Deals will be made available at hyattsingapore.whyqueue.shop from Oct 1, 9am and run till Oct 9, 9pm. 

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