8 beautiful hotels in Singapore to splurge on your baby’s full month

April 27, 2017
  • Goodwood Park Hotel
    1 / 8 Goodwood Park Hotel

    A bouncy castle, candy floss or popcorn station are among the perks that you can choose from here when you have at least 50 guests. Held at its elegant Tudor Courtyard glass marquee, the package also comes with balloon centrepieces and balloon-sculpting entertainment for an hour.

    Select either complimentary ang ku kueh and red eggs or a 500g cake. The buffet lunch is priced at $78++ per person, while the high-tea buffet is $68++ per person, with a minimum of 30 guests for both packages.

    Visit: www.goodwoodparkhotel.com

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  • Mandarin Orchard
    2 / 8 Mandarin Orchard

    Besides feasting on good food, your guests can have fun decorating cupcakes, take instant photos with props, or be entertained by a balloon sculptor. One of these activities comes free with your party package, which includes a 1kg cake, as well.

    You can choose between a buffet lunch, high tea or dinner. It includes use of a function room for four hours, as well as floral centrepieces on dining tables. Packages start from $52 per adult and $32 per child, with a minimum of 50 adults.

    Visit: www.meritushotels.com/en/mandarin-orchard-singapore

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  • Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa
    3 / 8 Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa

    From a scrumptious buffet, red eggs and ang ku kueh to balloon centrepieces, this beachfront resort promises to impress your family and friends.

    You can hold it during lunch or dinner at its function room – prices start from $88 per person, with a minimum of 50 guests. If you have at least 80 guests, ask for the Barnacles by the Sea restaurant, which overlooks the resort’s lush garden. Prices there start from $108 per person.

    Visit: www.shangri-la.com/singapore/rasasentosaresort

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  • Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza
    4 / 8 Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza

    Its high-tea buffet package includes a 1kg cake, use of a function room for three hours, and gifts for your guests. Prices start from $50 per adult and $25 per child, with a minimum of 50 adults.

    Visit: www.singaporemarriott.com

    Related: Here’s why you need not always swaddle your new baby

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  • Park Hotel Alexandra
    5 / 8 Park Hotel Alexandra

    Its Botanique function room, which offers plenty of daylight, is yours for up to four hours. Choose from a lunch, tea or dinner buffet menu. Prices start from $50++ per person for tea, with a minimum of 30 guests. It can accommodate up to 100 guests.

    Visit: www.parkhotelgroup.com/en/alexandra

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  • Shangri-La
    6 / 8 Shangri-La

    Choose from a lunch, tea or dinner buffet menu to hold the celebration in a private area, such as the Garden Terrace or Dutch Pavilion, within this swanky property. The package includes floral or balloon centrepieces. Prices start from $88 per person for tea, with a minimum of 30 guests.

    Visit: www.shangri-la/com/singapore/shangrila

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  • Sheraton Towers
    7 / 8 Sheraton Towers

    Choose from two buffet menus for its high-tea reception, which comes with a free 1kg cake, red eggs and ang ku kueh. You can use a function room for three hours, and the staff will decorate it with balloons and flowers. Your guests can pen their well-wishes for Baby on a special poster, as well as take home a box of chocolate pralines. It costs $55 per person, with a minimum of 30 guests.

    Visit: www.sheratonsingapore.com

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  • The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
    8 / 8 The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

    At its one-Michelin-starred Summer Pavilion restaurant, your guests can indulge in an exquisite nine-course set menu crafted by the Chinese executive chef.

    You’ll be seated in the Garden Suite, its largest private dining room which can take up to 30 persons and will be dressed up with balloons. Prices start from $1,580 for a table of 10. For an additional $500, you could have a customised dessert table.

    Visit: www.ritzcarlton.com/Singapore

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