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Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore launches Stay 3, Pay 2 Promotion

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The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore has launched a Stay 3, Pay 2 promotion offering guests a special room rate plus a complimentary third night's stay. The promotion is valid until 23 September 2009.

For the convenience of guests who delight in an extensive range of retail experiences and unbeatable bargains, complimentary shuttle services to Singapore's famous shopping belt, Orchard Road, will whisk them there in no time.

Upon retiring to the hotel, guests can then retreat to the quiet elegance of their rooms and suites: Deluxe Kallang Bay View Room; Deluxe Marina Bay View Room; Deluxe Kallang Bay View Club Room; and Deluxe Marina Bay View Club Room.

Alternatively, guests may indulge in the suites that feature separate living areas and perks such as the Ultimate Sleeping Experience and the Bvlgari White Tea range of bathroom amenities.

Exclusive suite benefits include complimentary Quayside airport transfer from and to Changi International Airport; Sin$100 credit on dining and spa treatments in the hotel; and guaranteed late check-out till 4 p.m.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is a 32-storey luxury hotel located in Marina Bay, next to the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay. Set amidst seven acres of tropical landscape, all guest rooms and bathrooms offer views of either Marina Bay or the city skyline. Services and facilities include restaurants and a lounge serving Chinese, Western and international favourites; a Fitness Centre and Spa with swimming pool, indoor gym, tennis court and spa treatment rooms; and a business centre.

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