Hate packing? You can check-in for a staycation, without bringing your luggage

Hate packing? You can check-in for a staycation, without bringing your luggage

27/10/2020 6:30:00 AM

Hate packing? You can check-in for a staycation, without bringing your luggage

The St Regis Singapore has teamed up with designer fashion rental site Style Theory for a staycation package that gives guests access to a wardrobe without having to pack.

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