Family staycation in Singapore’s CBD: The Westin Singapore

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By Anita Yee   — September 04, 2016

  • 1 / 5 Kids are very welcome

    A family staycation in the Central Business District? 

    Young Parents deputy editor Elisa Chia tells you why The Westin Singapore is more than just a business hotel:

    At check-in, my kids were greeted with drawstring bags that held cotton sunhats, stainless steel water bottles and a suggested list of family attractions nearby.

    They were kept happy with their 29-page Westin Family activity and sticker book (pictured), and pored over their copies of The Little Singapore Book by author-mums Sim Ee Waun and Joyceline See Tully, which introduces young readers to Singapore’s history.

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  • 2 / 5 Rooms with a view to die for

    The children were instantly drawn to the sight of the South China Sea from our expansive Sea View room.

    Accommodation here starts from a luxurious 42 sq m and every room comes with a view, since the hotel is situated from level 32 to 46 of Asia Square Tower 2. 

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  • 3 / 5 That fantastic view can be seen from (some) bathrooms

    I was told that there are seven Bay View rooms with bathtubs that face Marina One and the sea, as well (pictured).

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  • 4 / 5 To infinity… and beyond!

    Don’t forget to pack swimming floats. “Are we going to fall off?” my four-year-old would squeal whenever we were near the edge of the infinity pool.

     

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  • 5 / 5 That view again… from the restaurant

    Dining at its two restaurants also comes with the same spectacular views, and a bonus – kids aged 12 and below eat for free from the children’s menu with every purchase of an adult meal.

    Rates start from $330++ per room per night, till Dec 31.

    Rooms with double beds can accommodate up to two children and two adults in existing beds.

    For more information, visit www.thewestinsingapore.com.

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Kids are very welcome A family staycation in the Central Business District?  Young Parents deputy editor Elisa Chia tells you why The Westin Singapore is more than just a business hotel: At check-in, my kids were greeted with drawstring bags that held cotton sunhats, stainless steel water bottles and a suggested list of family attractions nearby. They were kept happy with their 29-page Westin Family activity and sticker book (pictured), and pored over their copies of The Little Singapore Book by author-mums Sim Ee Waun and Joyceline See Tully, which introduces young readers to Singapore’s history. Rooms with a view to die for The children were instantly drawn to the sight of the South China Sea from our expansive Sea View room. Accommodation here starts from a luxurious 42 sq m and every room comes with a view, since the hotel is situated from level 32 to 46 of Asia Square Tower 2.  That fantastic view can be seen from (some) bathrooms I was told that there are seven Bay View rooms with bathtubs that face Marina One and the sea, as well (pictured). To infinity… and beyond! Don’t forget to pack swimming floats. “Are we going to fall off?” my four-year-old would squeal whenever we were near the edge of the infinity pool.   That view again… from the restaurant Dining at its two restaurants also comes with the same spectacular views, and a bonus – kids aged 12 and below eat for free from the children’s menu with every purchase of an adult meal. Rates start from $330++ per room per night, till Dec 31. Rooms with double beds can accommodate up to two children and two adults in existing beds. For more information, visit www.thewestinsingapore.com.

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