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St. Regis Singapore offers gala dinner and meetings packages
Singapore, July 19, 2012

THE ST. REGIS Singapore has launched two packages for social dinners and meetings, designed to meet the individual tastes and preferences of guests while promising rewarding value.


Priced at S$128++ (US$102++) per guest, the Regal Dinner and Opulent Galas package, which hosts events ranging from society parties to business dinners in the 420-pax John Jacob Ballroom, is available from now till September 2012.


Event organisers can choose to enjoy either a S$10 nett reduction on the banquet fee, or avail of the following inclusions:

·      Complimentary bottle of red or white wine for each table.

·      One F&B voucher worth S$200, for use at any of the St. Regis Singapore restaurants.

·      One guestroom for use between 3pm to 9pm, subject to availability.


The Distinguished Meetings at the Influential Address package, which hosts business meetings in any of the St. Regis Singapore’s five meeting rooms, is priced at S$120++ per person for a full-day programme.


The meetings package includes the following privileges:

·      Exclusive use of preferred meeting venue from 9am to 5pm.

·      Complimentary welcome coffee and pastries.

·      Complimentary wireless Internet for up to three users .

·      Gastronomic lunch menu at any of the three St. Regis Singapore dining establishments.

·      Complimentary free flow of soft drinks during lunch.


Valid from now till September 30, 2012, blackout dates for both packages apply from September 20 to 24, 2012. A minimum of 150 and 20 persons is required for the gala dinner and meetings packages, respectively.


For reservations and enquiries, contact the St. Regis Singapore catering sales team at (65) 6506-6842 or email

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