Singapores 2010 F1 Hotel Levy to Remain at Four Nights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 1 July 2010

Singapores 2010 Formula One (F1) levy on hotel room revenues is to remain at four-nights the Singapore Tourism Board has confirmed.

The F1 hotel levy will take effect from Thursday, 23 September 2010 to Sunday, 26 September 2010. Rates for the F1 levy on hotel room revenues in 2010 remain unchanged from 2009 and 2008. The rates are:

(i) 30% of the total revenues from rooms and room packages for trackside hotels; and
(ii) 20 per cent of the total revenues from rooms and room packages for all other tourist hotels.

This year, the inclusion of Marina Bay Sands Hotel and The Fullerton Bay Hotel brings the total number of trackside hotels to 15, making available some 10,000 rooms for the 2010 race. The hotels are:

Carlton Hotel
Conrad Centennial Singapore
Fairmont Singapore
Grand Park City Hall
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Marina Mandarin
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel
Raffles Hotel
Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore
The Fullerton Bay Hotel
The Fullerton Hotel
The Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore
The Ritz-Carlton Millennia, Singapore

The above F1 hotel levy is applicable for 2010 and is subject to further review thereafter.

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