Asia’s 10 Best Hotels For Families, According to TripAdvisor

LIFESTYLE  |  November 21, 2017
  • SHANGRI-LA’S RASA SENTOSA RESORT & SPA – SINGAPORE
    1 / 10 SHANGRI-LA’S RASA SENTOSA RESORT & SPA – SINGAPORE

    A Singapore hotel is the top-rated family hotel in Asia! Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa clinched the highest honours in Tripadvisor’s Travellers’ Choice awards for Family Hotels in Asia. According to the travel planning and booking website, its winners are based on millions of reviews worldwide, taking into account both quality and quantity, and focusing on reviews that were marked as a family stay.

    This beachfront resort offers a myriad of activities, from kayaking and swinging on the trapeze, to its Toots Club that provides supervised fun.

    A reviewer said: “A beautiful hotel especially the pool area which had great fun equipment for kids. Located close to attractions, cable car and bus stop within Sentosa… Would definitely recommend this hotel and go there again if in Singapore.”

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  • CENTARA GRAND MIRAGE BEACH RESORT – PATTAYA, THAILAND
    2 / 10 CENTARA GRAND MIRAGE BEACH RESORT – PATTAYA, THAILAND

    The Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort is a 5-star resort that offers many myriad activities, including a kids’ club and beachfront water theme park.

    A reviewer said: “We booked one night stay at this Centara Resort and stayed in a Family Residence Suite. Plenty of options to keep both mom and dad and the kids happy. I would definitely recommend this resort to anyone with children, there’s plenty of things to do on the resort who want to avoid the busy nightlife of Pattaya.”

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  • BAMBOO BANKS FARM GUEST HOUSE – MASINAGUDI, INDIA
    3 / 10 BAMBOO BANKS FARM GUEST HOUSE – MASINAGUDI, INDIA

    This 40 acre farm at the foothills of The Nilgiris and within Mudumalai Game Reserve is a haven of flora and fauna. It has 7 cottages and the buffet offers a choice of Western and Indian cuisines.

    A reviewer said: “Travelled as a family – total 7 of us with a 3-year-old kid. Masinagudi is one such place which will live in memories as lush green cover all around and a super happy place for family.”

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  • KEYS PRIMA HOTEL TEMPLE TREE – SHIRDI, INDIA
    4 / 10 KEYS PRIMA HOTEL TEMPLE TREE – SHIRDI, INDIA

    Travellers who want to visit the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple will find the Keys Prima Hotel Temple Tree’s free shuttle service a boon.

    A reviewer said: “The staff was very friendly and the breakfast spread was also adequate. They have a children’s play area, garden & pool. It’s totally worth when you are with children.”

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  • SANUR PARADISE PLAZA SUITES – BALI, INDONESIA
    5 / 10 SANUR PARADISE PLAZA SUITES – BALI, INDONESIA

    Besides top-notch facilities and gracious hospitality at the Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites, the kids will enjoy the award-winning Camp Splash! Fun Park while Mum indulges in spa treatments.

    A reviewer said: “This was our 5th or 6th stay at the Suites. We have lost count! It is a wonderful family holiday destination, and the staff have become our friends. It’s hard to beat for a restful, family holiday, and you will love the rooms.”

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  • LEGOLAND MALAYSIA HOTEL – JOHOR BAHRU, MALAYSIA
    6 / 10 LEGOLAND MALAYSIA HOTEL – JOHOR BAHRU, MALAYSIA

    All its 249 guest rooms are beautifully furnished with popular Lego themes: Pirate, Kingdom or Adventure. Legoland Malaysia Hotel also offers cute amenities for junior guests.

    A reviewer said: “Our son absolutely loved staying at this hotel. We thought it was very well done too. The themed rooms, Lego pit and themed lifts were great fun. It was great to be connected to Legoland resort so we could rest between swimming and park fun.”

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  • ROYAL PLAZA HOTEL – HONG KONG, CHINA
    7 / 10 ROYAL PLAZA HOTEL – HONG KONG, CHINA

    Located in Kowloon, the Royal Plaza is popular with families because of its spacious layout and over 100 pairs of interconnecting rooms.

    A reviewer said: “The hotel is part of a shopping mall. This is great as you can just wander in and have a coffee or some food from either the food court or any number of cafes and coffee shops whenever you want. The other benefit is that the mall has its own MTR station which means getting around Hong Kong is super easy.”

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  • JW MARRIOTT PHUKET RESORT & SPA – MAI KHAO, PHUKET, THAILAND
    8 / 10 JW MARRIOTT PHUKET RESORT & SPA – MAI KHAO, PHUKET, THAILAND

    Located 15 kilometres north of Phuket airport, the JW Marriott Phuket Resort & Spa is a tropical paradise that offers everything from scuba diving to safari tours, elephant trekking to cooking classes.

    A reviewer said: “The entire family absolutely loved this place. It had something for every single one of us. From adventure to relaxation, amazing food, beautiful bars and restaurants, stunning grounds and pools to superb rooms but most of all – the team that work there. Wow they were so professional but with a genuine smile and warmth, and that went across the entire place from front of house to the team that work behind the scenes.”

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  • THE TRANS LUXURY HOTEL BANDUNG – BANDUNG, INDONESIA
    9 / 10 THE TRANS LUXURY HOTEL BANDUNG – BANDUNG, INDONESIA

    Part of the huge Trans Studio Bandung complex, this luxury property offers direct access to a shopping mall and one of the biggest indoor theme parks in the world. There’s a kids’ club fitness centre and spa.

    A reviewer said: “It was such a memorable experience staying at The Trans Luxury Hotel, Bandung. Nice and clean hotel, and also situated beside a shopping mall that makes it easy to buy things. For kids, there is also Trans Studio, a new indoor playland.”

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  • HOTEL NIKKO ALIVILA YOMITAN RESORT OKINAWA – YOMITAN-SON, OKINAWA, JAPAN
    10 / 10 HOTEL NIKKO ALIVILA YOMITAN RESORT OKINAWA – YOMITAN-SON, OKINAWA, JAPAN

    You can’t miss its Spanish-inspired exterior, or the spectacular beach views of sub-tropical Okinawa. The hotel’s water-based activities include snorkelling and jet skiing.

    A reviewer said: “What is better than waking up with a turquoise sea view and having a cup of tea under the shower of sun and gentle sea breeze? Adequate facilities, you name it and they have it! Coin laundry, souvenir shop, spa centre, relaxation pool, etc. Japanese, Chinese, western food in different restaurants, BBQ beside the beach to enjoy sunset.”

    (Also read: 3 Fun Places in Singapore For A Family Staycation – They Are Not Hotels)

    Photos are provided by respective brands. This article first appeared on www.youngparents.com.sg.

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