Staycation deals you must know: Kid-friendly hotels in Singapore

By Elisa Chia   — March 08, 2019
  • Pan Pacific Singapore
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    Awww, that adorable bedding, teepee and kids’ amenities! Check out the refreshed thematic rooms at Pan Pacific Singapore hotel, which recently introduced the Great Fun-mily Escapade package.

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    Don’t just stay in the room – explore its lifestyle floor on level four and hit the pool with the kids. Every weekend, little guests under 12 years old can go on a treasure hunt and redeem a surprise treat upon completion.

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    Until Dec 31, 2020, book its Great Fun-mily Escapade package which applies to the Studio Room, City Suite and Skyline Suite. Price starts from $510++ per night, for two adults and two kids under 12 years old.

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  • Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
    4 / 19 Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

    The luxurious Themed Family Suites at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore are the stuff that’s a kid’s dream come true. You’re now looking at Castle, one of five themes which guests can choose from. The other amazing options are Safari, Space, Treetop and Underwater, which allow kids to play and sleep in a “safari tent”, “spaceship”, “treehouse” and “submarine”.

    Measuring 76 square metres – bigger than a three-room HDB flat – the two-room suite allows parents and children to retreat to their own spaces, just like at home. The little ones also enjoy unlimited access to Buds by Shangri-La and a Themed Activity of their choice (at either Muddy or Stage).

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    A Themed Family Suite can set you back by $1,400++ per night. If you’re not prepared to spend so much on a staycay, book one of its 19 Deluxe Family Room (pictured) instead. It’s half the size of the suite – and less than half the rates – but just as comfortable and inviting.


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    The kids will love the tent which doubles as their bed. They’ll also enjoy three hours of playtime at Buds indoor playground. Prices start from $530++ per night.

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    Plus, like guests from Themed Family Suite, you can still get access to the pantry. If you have a baby, you’ll appreciate that it is stocked with strollers, bouncers, high chairs and cots – all from premium Norwegian brand Stokke. You can also request for Huggies diapers, Tommee Tippee sterilisers, Nuk bottle cleansers, Philips Avent monitor sets and other baby essentials.

    Here, there are also board games such as Monopoly: Singapore Edition and Scrabble Junior for the older kids.

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  • JW Marriott Singapore South Beach
    8 / 19 JW Marriott Singapore South Beach

    It’s rare to find infinity pools that are shallow enough for toddlers and preschoolers. Guess what? This hotel has two.

    There is one on the sixth storey that faces Suntec City, and another on the 18th storey, which has sweeping views of the Padang, Esplanade and CBD skyline. Both pools begin from 0.5m and go up to 1.2m deep.

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    This is Singapore’s first Philippe Starck-designed hotel, so you can expect to be wowed by uber-stylish decor at every corner.

    Until June 21, 2019, book its two-night family package – with the promo code F10 – for two adults and one child up to 12 years old.

    Related: Where to go with your kids in Singapore: November 2018

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    Besides a daily buffet breakfast, your brood enjoys one buffet dinner at Beach Road Kitchen (pictured) and a choice of tickets to these attractions: Gardens By The Bay and OCBC Skyway, Duck and Hippo tours, Singapore River Cruise, National Gallery and Joyscoot at Singapore Flyer.

    Rates start from $400++ per room per night. If you have another child, top up $85++ for extra bed and breakfast.

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  • Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa
    11 / 19 Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

    There’s so much to do at Singapore’s only beachfront resort that one night just isn’t enough for a staycation.

    Besides a sheltered pool with water slides, there are playgrounds – both outdoor and indoor – to keep the kids very happy.

    Related: Top water parks and playgrounds in Singapore

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    Its Toots Club (pictured) provides supervised play activities throughout the day, as well as lunch and dinner. This service is free for young guests aged five to 12 when you book its on-going package, A Slice of Fun, which start from $455++ per room per night.

    There’s also a Fun Zone, which has Xbox One and race car simulators. Little ones under five years old also enjoy free access to the Mini Toots Club, but a parent or guardian must accompany them.

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    The room package includes daily buffet breakfast for two adults and two kids up to 12 years old at the Silver Shell Cafe, which boasts a Baby Zone. Here, you can get free bottled purees and organic juices. How thoughtful!

    For lunch, stroll over to Trapizza (pictured), the hotel’s casual Italian eatery on Siloso Beach, for a free family-sharing set lunch.

    You’ll also enjoy a free walk on AJ Hackett Sentosa Skybridge and 30 per cent off water sports activities at Ola Beach Club.

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  • The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
    14 / 19 The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

    There’s only one bed in the luxurious room, but your kids won’t have to squeeze with you – they get to go glamping instead.

    Book the Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures room package and a spacious tent that can fit two kids will be pitched next to your king-size bed. Inside, you’ll find a thick, cushy mattress, two pillows, a portable night light and adorable Ritz-Carlton lion plushies.

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    During the day, your family can bond over crafts, toys and books at the Ritz Kids Playland (pictured), which opens daily from 9.30am to 5.30pm. This is for young guests from four to 12 years old, who must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

    Rates start from $650++ per night. It includes daily buffet breakfast for two adults and two kids up to 12 years old.

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  • The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
    16 / 19 The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

    You aren’t just creating family memories when you check in here; you and your kids will learn so much about Singapore’s past, as well.

    This is, after all, the stately building that has witnessed significant moments in Singapore’s history since 1928.

    Related: 4 important leadership skills to teach kids

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    It’s also where pioneer leaders, such as the late Dr Goh Keng Swee, Lee Kuan Yew and S.R. Nathan, began or progressed in their careers. It was gazetted as Singapore’s 71st National Monument in 2015.

    Sign up for the free one-hour heritage tour to find out more about the grand neoclassical architecture, as well as the stories behind it.

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  • The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
    18 / 19 The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

    Another precious experience – taking a dip in the 1.2m-deep infinity pool, which is set against a majestic backdrop of Doric columns.

    Here, you’ll also enjoy views of bumboats cruising on the Singapore River.

    Related: 9 romantic holidays for parents (no kids, please)

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    Enjoy daily buffet breakfast for up to two adults and two children age 11 and below.

    Kids also enjoy privileges, including activity books and one free serving of ice cream daily at Town Restaurant. Rates start from $298++ per room per night.

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