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How to find a family hotel room in Singapore

Singapore Merlion

The Merlion is a traditional creature with a lion head and a body of a fish, seen as a symbol of Singapore. Picture: Shutterstock

Try booking a hotel in Singapore for two adults and two kids. It won’t take long before you have a headache. Family of five? Good luck. Singapore family hotel rooms are hard to find.

Some Singapore hotels won’t even let you put more than ONE child into the search.

But don’t worry. They do exist. We have found quite a few of them. 

This is Family Travel’s list of all the family hotel rooms in Singapore. Each one has a map so you know where they are. Current room prices and the room types you need to book are also listed.  We also detail the bed type so you can be sure each of you will have an actual bed – not a roll away.

We have even found some options for families of five plus.  

One trick we found when searching for family rooms was to switch the number of children to three instead of two. Then, the family rooms seem to pop up in the list rather than the rooms with one double bed or interconnecting rooms. Note the family rooms are cheaper than two interconnecting rooms. But you need to book early to secure them.  

If you can’t be bothered to do it yourself, you can always call or use our chat box to talk to a travel expert. Call us for Singapore flights 1300 404 606. 

Family hotel rooms in Singapore

Siloso Beach Resort Sentosa

Siloso Sentosa Resort Singapore family room

Siloso Sentosa Resort family room

Here’s one resort on Sentosa island where you can get a family room with either a double bed and two singles or four single beds. Siloso’s family rooms are on level two and level three of the hotel. The bathroom has a “no lock” door – great if you are travelling with toddlers. 

The resort has a family room promotion available on their website at $340 per night. The family room comes with a double bed and two singles, or four singles. Given the location – this is an incredible deal. We found it on the website after clicking on the booking button. Families can add an extra bed for $60 per night. 

Siloso also has a luxury two bedroom villa that fits four. You will need to splash around $1500 a night for that. 

Siloso Sentosa is an eco-friendly resort set in lush gardens on Siloso Beach. It’s a five-minute walk from Sentosa Luge and Skyride and a 10-minute shuttle bus ride to Harbourfront MRT Station.

The 18m waterfall at Siloso Sentosa is spectacular. Picture: Supplied

The kids will love the landscaped 95m long spring water pool which has a towering 18m waterfall and a fantastic slide. 

Where: 51 Imbiah Walk Singapore

Price: From $340 per room per night
Best room for families: Family room (one double and two single beds or four single beds)

Sentosa Sofitel Resort

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa. Picture: Accor Hotels

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is a luxury 5-star resort hotel set at the top of a cliff rising above Tanjong Beach. It has spectacular views of the South China Sea and lush tropical gardens.

Sofitel’s kid’s club and MyKids benefits give kids a welcome surprise as well as drinks and snacks throughout their stay. With every $180 spent at the report on spa treatments or food and beverages per family, the kids can enjoy two hours of storytelling, craft and games. On the weekend, the Sofitel chefs lead a cooking class for kids.

That’s if you can get them out of the huge resort pool.

Adults should definitely book time in the So Spa for a massage, facial or pedicure. After your treatment, you can lazy around in the lap pool, float pool or the mud pool.

The Singapore Resort and Spa Sentosa Managed By Accor

The Singapore Resort and Spa Sentosa Managed By Accor. Picture: Accor

Rooms here are quite generous. Families can book interconnecting rooms and they will save 50% off the cost of the second room. We found this cost $366 for the first room plus $183 for the second – a total of $549.

But look for specials on the Sofitel’s larger rooms. The Prestige family suite has one king bed and a sofa bed with a separate bedroom and living area. It fits 4 people. The cost of this room varies. We found it on the Accor website for $349.

The Sofitel also has an Imperial suite that fits four people with a King Size bed, living area and dining area. Rollaway kids beds could be brought in, or the room has a sofa bed. The price? $731 per night.

Or if you really want to go luxury (yeah, we wish) you could book the Villa Du Jardin with 2 bedrooms – one king and two single beds, a private pool and Hermes amenities. The price? A whopping $1056 per night.

Where: 2 Bukit Manis Road Singapore, Sentosa

Price: From $349 per night

Room choices for families: Two interconnecting rooms, Prestige family suite, Imperial suite, Villa Du Jardin

Festive Hotel at Resorts World Sentosa

Singapore family hotel rooms

The Festive Hotel Resorts World Pool. Picture: Resorts World

The family-friendly Festive Hotel one of the closest hotels to Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark.

The outdoor swimming pool has shaded cabanas and s separate children’s’ pool with wet play area. The Festive Hotel’s kids club costs $12 per hour for children aged from 3-12. It is open from 10am to 10pm. The hotel also offers a kids VIP tour of the SEA Aquarium. With an experienced guide, the kids can learn about the marine world and its inhabitants. Meals and animal-themed crafts are included. 

Singapore family hotel rooms

The festive hotel Singapore Sentosa. Picture: Resorts World

The resort has a deluxe family room has a King Bed, a loft bed and a sofa bed. Or families can book adjoining deluxe rooms for more space. Deluxe pool rooms offer direct access to the pool. 

This hotel is part of Resorts World. You can purchase tickets to Universal Studios and the Aquarium as a package. 

Where: 8 Sentosa Gateway Singapore

Price: From $365 per night

Best room for families: Deluxe family room

Hotel Boss

Hotel Boss Singapore Family Rooms

Hotel Boss family rooms. Picture: Hotel Boss

This hotel is the boss when it comes to affordable Singapore family rooms. The family rooms at The Boss hotel fit four in two double beds. We found them for $346 without buffet breakfast or $399 with buffet breakfast. 

Hotel Boss is on Victoria Street Singapore, 350m to the Lavender MRT Station. It is close to the Malay Heritage Centre and the Sultan Mosque. It has an outdoor swimming pool and guests can enjoy meals five different in-house dining options. The Boss also offers free WiFi throughout the property.

The pool at Hotel Boss Singapore

The pool at Hotel Boss Singapore. Picture: Hotel Boss

Where: 500 Jln Sultan, #01-01, Singapore

Price: From $356 per room per night
Best room for families: Family room has two large double beds

Furama Riverfront Hotel

Singapore hotels family rooms

Furama Riverfront Hotel Singapore. Picture: Furama

Need space to fit a family of five? This hotel is the one for you. Furama Riverfront’s family rooms can fit two adults and two children.  The room has two double beds. For larger families, the staff will bring in a roll away. 

We found a room for $257 on but generally the room will set you back around $350 a night. 

The hotel is between colourful Chinatown and Orchard Road along the banks of the Singapore River. It offers a free shuttle bus to Clarke Quay and Orchard Road. 

Singapore family hotel rooms

The pool at Furama Riverfront Hotel. Picture: Furama

The Furama also has a lovely outdoor pool. Because you can’t do Singapore with kids without a pool in your hotel. 

Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant serves authentic Halal Indonesian cuisine. The Square@Furama serves international food. Drinks and live entertainment can be found at the Waterfall Lounge. 

Where: 405 Havelock Road Singapore

Price: Around $360 per room per night
Best room for families: Family Room

Fort Canning Lodge

The quadruple room at Fort Canning Lodge Singapore.

The quadruple room at Fort Canning Lodge Singapore. Picture: Supplied

Families can book a quadruple room at Fort Canning Lodge for around $370 per night. These rooms have four single beds and plenty of space for an extra roll-away. 

Fort Canning Lodge is owned and managed by YWCA of Singapore.  It sits beside Fort Canning Park and is 275 m from Plaza Singapura. The nearest MRT station is Dhoby Ghaut (150m). It is just 5 minutes from the Singapore National Museum. 

The air-conditioned rooms have views of the city, pool or park. each one has an ensuite bathroom, a bar fridge and tea/coffee making facilities.

Fort Canning Lodge Singapore family rooms

Fort Canning Lodge Singapore. Picture: Fort Canning

The hotel’s outdoor pool overlooks the park. It’s a great place to cool down after a day on the town. Fort Canning’s coffee house serves local and western dishes.  A la carte menu options are also available. 

Where: 6 Fort Canning Road Singapore

Price: Around $370 per room per night
Best room for families: Quadruple room (four single beds)

York Hotel Singapore

Singapore family hotels

The split level cabana at the York Hotel Singapore is perfect for families. Picture: York

The four-star York Hotel Singapore has loads of family rooms, suite and cabanas. The deluxe family room has two Queen beds and can fit two adults and two children. The cabanas are a tropical poolside getaway with lounge and dining areas. The luxury suites offer King beds, lounge rooms and a second bedroom for the kids. 

The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool and spa and a fitness centre. It is close to Orchard Road and an easy walk from the MRT station. 

Where: 21 Mount Elizabeth Singapore

Price: From $270

Best room for families: Loads! Try the deluxe family room, the poolside cabana or the suites. 

Hotel Supreme 

Singapore family hotel rooms

The Family 5 room at Hotel Supreme. Picture: Hotel Supreme

The three-star Hotel Supreme on Orchard Road is one of the few Singapore hotels where you will find a room that fits five.

The Family 5 room has two Queen beds and one Single. The Family 4 four room has two Queen beds. 

This hotel does not have a pool. It is an affordable option close to Singapore’s main shopping strip – Orchard Road. 

Where: 15 Kramat Road Singapore 

Price: Family 5 rooms are $260 and Family 4 rooms are $220

Best room for families: Family 4 or Family 5

Strand Hotel Singapore

Singapore Family hotels

The Strand Hotel Family Rooms. Picture: Strand Hotel

Got a large family? This one is for you. The Strand Hotel family rooms sleep up to six (or five adults)

The Strand is close to Orchard Road shopping strip and travellers rave about its strong WiFi. The hotel’s cafe does espresso coffee, western and Asian specialities. In the afternoon you can also order beer. Sadly it doesn’t have a pool. But you could get by with a visit to the many water parks in Singapore. 

Where: 25 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 

Price: From $284

Best room for families: Family Room (sleeps five adults)

Novotel Clarke Quay

The Novotel Clarke Quay has a family room called the Roarin’ Kids Kingdom. This room fits two adults and two children. It has a double bed and a single bed with a trundle. The bathroom has a jacuzzi bathroom and a shower with separate hand-held and rain shower heads. 

The grown-ups will love the Nespresso coffee machine. The room has complimentary wireless internet, a library of children’s books and DVDs and a handy phone for use with unlimited calls available to 16 countries. 

Singapore family hotels

The family room at the Novotel Clarke Quay. Picture: Novotel

The Novotel has two restaurants, including a buffet eatery with an open kitchen and casual bar. The kids will love the huge outdoor pool. It also has a 24-hour fitness centre. 

The Novotel can also fit families into smaller rooms with the use of sofa beds and rollaways. 

Where: 177A River Valley Road Singapore 

Price: Roarin’ Kids Kingdom is $263 plus 17.7% taxes.

Best room for families: Roarin’ Kids Kingdom

Other options

The hotels listed above all have a bed for the kids. Other Singapore hotels can fit four with the use of a sofa bed or a rollaway. At the Holiday Inn, kids aged under 12 stay and eat free when sharing their parents’ room but the hotel does not have rooms that fit four or more. You will either need to squish or book interconnecting rooms.

If you have a preferred hotel in Singapore, give them a call or an email to check how large the rooms are. Or call one of our travel experts on 1300 404 606. 


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