The Shangri-La Hotel Singapore’s new family suites will push the kids’ excitement levels into the stratosphere.
The hotel’s new family rooms are what little kids’ dreams are made of. And combined with a huge new interactive place space and child-friendly services, the hotel’s play for the family market might just be a parent’s dream too.
The new family accommodation opens in January 2018 within the hotel’s recently refurbished Tower Wing.
On the ninth floor, 19 new deluxe family rooms and five themed family suites cater for up to two adults and two children.
Suites offers themed space for children to eat and sleep in, plus two bathrooms, the larger one catering for children with additional storage space, a deep vanity sink for baby washing and space for nappy changing. The suites also come with in-room check-in and a dedicated family concierge service.
The deluxe family rooms include built-in beds and extra storage space.
Child care amenities from Stokke, including car seats for airport transfers, strollers, travel cots and high chairs, along with smaller comfort items such as bath time toys and bibs, are available on request.
Opening early 2018, Buds by Shangri-La is a 2150sqm indoor-outdoor interactive place space for both hotel and non-hotel guests.
Outside will be Singapore's signature lush gardens, a free-form pool and an outdoor playground with a giant pirate ship with climbs and slides, and water play zone with splash pads.
Inside will be themed-activity spaces that encourage little artists, performers and budding chefs.
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