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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.