How many hotels can you name that have their own edition of Monopoly?
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore joins that rarified group with a bespoke version of the iconic board game.
I love that it’s a compact travel version that you can pack and play around the world on family holidays.
The six tokens include three customised ones – the Ritz-Carlton lion and crown emblem, a Formula One racing car, and a suitcase.
While you can buy the game at the hotel or online at $68, why not treat the kids to a Game Night staycation that enhances the Monopoly experience?
My Grand Marina room (pictured) offered stunning views of Marina Bay. The room has an “enhanced bed” that can accommodate an additional person.
Besides a complimentary Monopoly game set to take home, the package includes an edible themed welcome amenity (pictured).
The Instagrammable treats referenced the brand’s unique experiences, such as its butler-drawn bath, hotel art tour and the Ritz Kids Playland (pictured), which is open to ages four to 12.
Young guests below age 12 will also receive a Ritz Kids welcome kit at check-in.
Inside, they’ll find a colouring book, crayons, an adventurer’s passport, a discovery map and wrist band. Plus, they’ll get a Ritz Kids amenity, such as a do-it-yourself cookie plate, during turndown.
How much The Game Night package starts from $650 per night for a minimum of two nights; the rate varies according to the number of occupants. It includes accommodation in a Grand Marina room or Delxue Suite and daily buffet breakfast for two at Colony restaurant.
Extra beds cost $100 each, with breakfast included.
Find out more here.