As I have recently pointed out, the number of required IHG Rewards Club points for a reward night at the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay have fallen from 60,000 to 50,000. In addition to that, there is a new addition to the list of properties here in Singapore - the Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon.
The new Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon is priced at 20,000 IHG Rewards Points per night and this puts it in the same league as the Holiday Inn Express Singapore Katong. Additionally, it appears that the Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong also requires just 30,000 IHG Rewards Points instead of 40,000 for a reward night now.
|Singapore Property||Required Points
|Holiday Inn Express Singapore Katong||20,000||20,000|
|Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon||20,000||20,000|
|Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay||30,000||30,000|
|Holiday Inn Express Singapore Orchard Road||30,000||35,000|
|Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong||40,000||30,000|
|Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium||35,000||35,000|
|Crowne Plaza Changi Airport||40,000||40,000|
|Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre||40,000||45,000|
|InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay||60,000||50,000|
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