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However you may feel about Donald Trump’s North Korea summit, there’s one fact we can all agree on: It put Sentosa Island and the now-famous Capella Singapore on the world map.

Naturally, Capella is looking to capitalize on its newfound fame — the already-pricey hotel recently launched a special “Path to Peace” package, which, in the property’s own words, allows guests to “Relive the moment of a new era where the seeds of peace were planted on 12 June 2018.”

While pre-tax base rooms are available starting at about $400 on select dates, when booking a nonrefundable rate, the Path to Peace package includes a stay in a one-bedroom Garden Villa, where nightly rates usually run 920 Singapore dollars (about $675) and up before tax.

The Path to Peace package is priced at 1,150 SGD (about $840), which actually matches the Best Available Rate, with an identical 48-hour cancellation policy.

So, relatively speaking, the package is actually a very good deal — you’re paying the Best Available Rate, but getting a whole lot more for your money, considering what’s included:

  • One-bedroom Garden Villa
  • Daily breakfast for two
  • Lunch or dinner at Cantonese restaurant Cassia
  • Private tour of the summit venues
  • “Exclusive DPRK-US Summit 2018 Medallion”

One-bedroom Garden Villas measure 1,431 square feet, and feature a private outdoor plunge pool — quite a luxury for a city hotel.

One-bedroom Garden Villa. Photo by Capella Singapore.
One-bedroom Garden Villa. Photo by Capella Singapore.

Cassia is generally well reviewed, meanwhile, and while it’s not exactly clear what’s included, an a-la-carte dinner there can easily run upward of $100, depending on what you get.

Cassia restaurant. Photo by Capella Singapore.
Cassia restaurant. Photo by Capella Singapore.

Following the success of Crazy Rich Asians, Singapore’s surely going to become even more popular with tourists, especially for travelers stopping over en-route to another destination in Asia. While there are a handful of hotels priced far lower than the Capella — including several new properties, such as the super-slick Andaz — if you’re looking to kick off a luxurious adventure in style, Path to Peace could offer a decent value, even if you decide to skip out on the (priceless) summit venue tour.

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