• Overview
  • Room types
  • Food & Drink

This wondrous hotel is a true sanctuary for the whole family. Located in the CBD, it sits in the heart of the action, but thanks to its calming, eco-friendly atmosphere, it feels miles away from the hustle and bustle…

Family Room

If you need more space for the entire clan, look no further than the PARKROYAL's Family Room. Sleeping a family of four, this vast space features two connecting rooms with separate bathrooms – plenty of room for everyone.

Urban Room

The PARKROYAL’s entry-level guestroom is a real treat, boasting 31-33sqm of space, a king-size or twin beds, and views across several Singaporean landmarks, including National Monument Padang.

Lifestyle Room

Are daybeds a bit of you? Then upgrade to the glorious Lifestyle Room, stretching for 33-35sqm and complete with bed, daybed, and stunning city vistas.

Additional room types available. Chat to your lovely Travel Consultant to find the perfect room to suit you, and let us tailor-make it easy.

PARKROYAL Marina Bay is packed with flavours to suit even the fussiest of eaters. Sample delicious farm-to-table dishes at Peppermint, sample the signature steak at Ruth’s Chris Steak House, or indulge in seasonal fish imported straight from Japan at Sushi Jiro. If experiential dining is more your thing, we highly recommend Peach Blossoms. Fresh, contemporary and inspired by nature, the food here is a culinary adventure through Chinese dining.

List of Restaurants:

  • Peach Blossoms – Cantonese
  • Peppermint – International
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Western
  • Sushi Jiro – Japanese

Ask your Flight Centre Travel Consultant for recommendations on the best places to eat in the surrounding area, and to make reservations on your behalf.

Why we recommend PARKROYAL Marina Bay

More garden than hotel, the PARKROYAL Marina Bay is Singapore in microcosm, making it the perfect base for your Family Singapore Adventure. Contemporary, stylish and with a huge focus on all things green – the kids will love crossing the jungle-fringed Atrium Sky Bridge and exploring the illuminated sculptural pavilions. We’ve included some amazing experiences for both nature and urban lovers: River Safari Singapore, Asia’s first and only river-themed wildlife park, a Local Flavours walking tour and a visit to Chinatown. For something different, why not speak to us about tagging on a mangrove kayaking adventure in Pulau Ubin – home to Singapore's last villages – or a Segway city tour? Be sure to make time for Botanic Gardens, Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage site and boasting new, family-friendly attractions, or the island of Sentosa for beaches and thrills, such as Skyline Luge.


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