Hotels & Staycations

The Clan Hotel Has A 3D2N Staycation With Workshops & 4-Course Dinner, For A Getaway That Will Impress BB

The Clan Hotel’s Craft & Cook Package


We can finally dine-in yet again, but travel bubbles? Erm, let’s just say, we’re counting on you, 2022. In the meantime, we have staycations – what seems to be almost every Singaporean’s favourite way to spend the weekend now. For folks who love a good pampering session, The Clan Hotel is now offering a 3D2N staycation with curated tours, workshops and a four-course dinner:


3D2N itinerary with breakfast, dinner and tipples



Image credit: The Clan Hotel

The Clan Hotel is known for its central location, rooftop infinity pool and clean new rooms that even Monica Geller would approve of. But beyond the usual amenities, they’re now also offering a limited-time The Clan Uncovers: Craft and Cook Package for all those out there who would like a productive and fun weekend with their SO.


QIN Restaurant – enjoy your meal with a view.
Image credit: @justopenedsg

Perfect for those allergic to sleeping in till noon, they provide everything you’ll need for a weekend chock-full of things to look forward to, and a limousine transfer that brings you to the hotel VIP-style is only the tip of the iceberg. Included are also breakfast for two and a four-course dinner at restro-bar by Tung Lok, QĪN. Complimentary tipples come with the dinner as well.


Enjoy a 3H sandal-making workshop or local food tour



Image credit:
@shoeartistry

Between meals, there’s a range of itineraries to choose from to pass the time, each lasting three hours. Sandal-making workshops by Shoe Artistry offer an introduction to leather-crafting, where you can try giving Dr Martens a run for its money. Should you be an unabashedly huge foodie, there are also local cooking classes and tours for Hainanese and Hokkien cuisines. 


Image credit:
@letsgotoursingapore


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@justlivesher

After everything, kick back in their Master Series Premier Room, with windows overlooking Telok Ayer and customised in-room refreshments of your picking. All guests also receive tea blends by Pryce Tea and bak kut teh (Pork Rib Broth) cookies as well. No worries about setting that alarm early, as check out is at 4PM on your last day. Before you leave, don’t forget to claim the free umbrella!


Try The Clan Hotel’s Craft and Cook Package staycation



Lobby area
Image credit: @waltzing_belle

Avid staycationers may be already familiar with most hotels in Singapore. But having only opened only at the start of the year, The Clan Hotel is the new kid in the block to consider for a refreshing new staycay experience. 

Priced from $1,048 nett, the Craft and Cook Package is available for booking until 25th December 2021, with stay periods until 31st December 2021. There’s plenty of time from now till then, but if you’re going crazy from vacation-deprivation, we suggest taking up this intervention now.

The Clan Hotel
Address: 10 Cross Street, Singapore 048417
Telephone: 6228 6388

The Clan Hotel website

For more staycation ideas:


Cover image adapted from: @shoeartistry, @justlivesher, @justopenedsg

Kezia Tan

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