Check in to private gyms, revamped buffets and in-room dining on your next staycation

Chef Ryan Tham serving during lunch time at One-Ninety in Four Seasons Hotel, on July 8, 2020. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Leisure travel will not be making a comeback anytime soon, but hotels will soon be able to offer the next best thing, with staycations set to resume in the weeks ahead.

Hotels, previously allowed to host only certain groups such as those serving stay-home notice, front-line staff and migrant workers, can apply to reopen for staycations. The approval process will take up to 14 days.

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