Club Med Punta Cana resort.
Club Med Punta Cana resort.PHOTO: CLUB MED


The Alila Solo hotel in Indonesia, which opens today, is offering discounts.

Guests who stay at the hotel before March 31 will receive a 25 per cent discount.

The hotel is also offering a complimentary night's stay for every night booked if guests donate a minimum of US$50 (S$70) to support its community causes.

It funds a home for children and abandoned babies located 20 minutes from the hotel.

The hotel has 255 rooms and suites and a deluxe room starts from 1,056,000 rupiah (S$108) a night.

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Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has launched a promotion for Singles' Day, which is on Nov 11.

The group has launched a gamification site to offer discounts of at least 20 per cent off its best available rates and travel experiences at its hotels and resorts in Australia, Fiji and South-east Asia.

Guests can book through the site until Nov 11 and must stay before July next year.

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The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi resort in the Maldives has introduced a deal for families.

For guests in its deluxe or sunrise deluxe beach villas, the resort will allow two children - aged 12 or younger - to stay for free.

For families staying in a beach pool villa, up to three children can stay for free.

Children can also enjoy a complimentary buffet or kids menu at the resort's Iru Restaurant, or receive a 75 per cent discount from the restaurant's a la carte menu.

There is no expiry date for this deal.

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Club Med has partnered entertainment company Cirque du Soleil to introduce a new experience - called Club Med Creactive by Cirque du Soleil - at the Club Med Punta Cana resort in the Dominican Republic.

This experience invites adventure-seekers to learn many of the exciting acrobatic disciplines showcased in famed Cirque du Soleil productions.

Vacationers will be challenged to participate in a variety of recreational circus acrobatic and artistic activities, such as using a high bungee, flying trapeze, aerial silks, tightrope or trampoline, under the supervision of Cirque du Soleil- trained staff.

Vacationers can also experience juggling, playing percussions, dance, mask painting and more.

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Benson Ang

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on November 01, 2015, with the headline 'Concierge'. Print Edition | Subscribe