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“Go to your room” has never sounded better: These family hotel suites were designed with kids in mind.


Where Singapore – or the moon? Pint-size hotel guests will ask themselves that as they climb into their spaceship-shaped bunk bed, next to a wall plastered with planets and satellites. It’s one of the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore’s five themed children’s rooms, which connect to the rest of a suite through a kid-size tunnel (no parents allowed) and come with access to a communal pantry stocked with stuffed animals, mini-robes and bath toys. Why “We’ve seen an upward trend in multigener­ational travel,” says general manager Bipan Kapur. “These suites were carefully developed, using insight from parents, to cater to this demand and create a sense of exploratio­n and adventure for our little guests.” Where else At the Graduate Hotel in Bloomingto­n, Indiana, kiddos will speed to their race-car beds in the Graduate Big Five Family Suite, while parents retreat to king-bed quarters that feature warm wood furniture and pops of plaid. And at the Basecamp Hotel in Boulder, Colorado, book the Great Indoors Room – it has four sunken twin beds, a faux fire pit and folding chairs, so your campers can enjoy a night under the (glow-in-the-dark) stars.


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