Who says there’s fun to be had only when you bring the entire family on a holiday overseas? We pick five family-friendly staycations in Singapore that will prove otherwise.
One Farrer Hotel
Family Package priced at $385++ per room per night.
1 Farrer Park Station Road, Singapore 217562, Tel: 6363-0101
Pack your bags for a family-friendly idyll at this hotel, which is located in the heritage-rich and cultural enclave of Farrer Park. This 237- room urban resort has 14 gardens spread over 20 levels, including an 11,000sqf operating urban farm. Family staycationers can opt for the Skyline Studio, which features a 55- inch smart television and two queensized “sleep well” beds that can fit two adults and two kids. The hotel spa area features an Olympic-sized swimming pool for the kids as well as Japanese-style Onsen Gardens.
Village Hotel at Sentosa
From $370++ Opening promotion: 25 per cent off Best Available Rate Book Period: Till 30 Jun 2019 Stay Period: Till 30 Jun 2019
10 Artillery Avenue #02-01, Singapore 099951, Tel: 6722-0800
Recently opened in April, this hotel has specially designed family rooms with connecting doors and vanity areas. Child-friendly amenities include the Children’s Play Pool, which comes with water slides and fountains, and is suitable for infants and toddlers. There are also customisable in-room children’s amenities. Parents can opt for baby cots, customisable stuffed toys and baby bathtubs, as well as other child-proofing features. The hotel has even created a unique childfocused check-in experience aptly named “Very Important Kid”.
Six Senses Maxwell
Book a room at Best Available Rate and save 50 per cent off the second room. The “Stay, Eat, Explore” family friendly package offers a child of up to 15 years of age a complimentary stay.
2 Cook Street, Singapore 078857, Tel: 6914-1400
Soak up history and culture with your family on an experiential staycation at Six Senses Maxwell in the historic Tanjong Pagar district. Set in a block of restored heritage shophouses, the hotel is an ideal staycation base for the family to become acquainted with some of Singapore’s richest cultural and heritage sites in the area, including Chinatown. The hotel is also a conservation project, having received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award.