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For Families

Family-friendly Hotel Features
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is perfect for families travelling with children and is a convenient launch pad for a trip to tropical Singapore for any traveller whether you’re into thrill seeking, heritage hunting, shopping and dining or just plain good fun for the whole family. Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium’s proximity to central Singapore offers unparalleled accessibility to many of Singapore’s wonderful must-see attractions at amazing value with its 512 modern, well-appointed rooms, fitness centre, swimming pool, 3 different dining outlets and a business centre complete with fax and printing facilities for work that cannot wait. Complimentary Wifi is also available throughout the hotel for staying guests, making sure you stay connected throughout your holiday.  

Just for kids: Be sure to get your kids amenities pack upon check-in from our friendly team members, an essential for any vacation at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium.  A Kids pool is also available for you to soak up some fun in the sun!

We’re not kidding around!
The team at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is serious when it comes to fun for the little ones! If you’re looking to stay over the weekend, be sure to sign up for the Fam-tastic Weekend Staycation package that is available for booking from just $220++ per room per night and if you’ve already made a booking, top up just $85++ and receive these wonderful perks just for the little ones.

Available every Saturday and Sunday, the Fam-tastic Weekend Staycation entitles the kids to special kids amenities such as special kids animal bathrobes and slippers for your stay as well as an In-hotel activity such as Cookie Decorating, Play-doh Sculpting and Watercolour Painting. Just a short stroll across the road from the hotel, is Waka Waka an indoor playground featuring Slides, Bouncy Castles where families staying under the Fam-tastic Weekend Staycation package enjoy 30 minutes of complimentary free play at.

Families can also choose to end off the night with an exclusive Movie by the poolside which comes complete with popcorn and soft drinks and Families will also enjoy 15% off at Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant and 1-for-1 lunch or dinner buffets at Atrium Restaurant.

For more information on our Fam-tastic Weekend Staycation Package, click here.

Read on to find out more about exciting activities and attractions for everyone in the family.
Recommendations are also readily available at the hotel concierge by our friendly team members at your convenience.


In-Hotel Family Dining

Family Dining
Dining in the hotel is a breeze with 3 different dining outlets offering different experiences with food for any palate and for any member of the family.

Atrium Bar 317
Open from 9am through to 1am everyday, Atrium Bar 317 offers coffee and pastries before you set off on your morning adventure and even a quick lunch. You don’t need to go far if you wish to lounge around with Atrium Bar 317’s High Tea set consisting of irresistible Macarons, Savoury Sandwiches, Scones and other delicious items paired with your choice or tea, coffee or premium cocktails for only $60nett for two persons.

Come evening through to night, Atrium Bar 317 also offers live music for you to groove to while you sample a collection of wines and signature cocktails and of course, signature mocktails and other non-alcoholic options for the little ones.

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Atrium Restaurant
The hotel’s all day dining restaurant offers great variety with it’s buffet selections that are available for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, perfect for big eaters and fussy little eaters there’s definitely something for everyone. One can expect a mix of international fare along with its raved about Local Singaporean Cuisine prepared by Executive Chef, Chua Yew Hock and his team of chefs.
Be sure to keep a look out for the monthly thematic buffet promotions that are available throughout the year where you can indulge in special dishes uniquely created for a limited time only.

Just for kids: Kids 12 and under stay and eat for free at Atrium Restaurant. A special kids a la carte menu is also available for ordering with dishes specially made for Children that place great emphasis on good nutrition while not compromising on taste with dishes such as  Baked Fish & Chips, Lentil Curry, and Mexican Tortilla Triangles.

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Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is also home to the award winning Cantonese Chinese Restaurant, Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant helmed by Executive Chinese Chef, Chan Shun Wong. It is here that you can savour modern Cantonese Cuisine ranging from hearty double-boiled soups, roast meats, fresh seafood and other delicious Cantonese staples.

Pay a visit to Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant during lunch and try their selection of delicate dim sum that you can order a la carte with a special dim sum buffet also available.

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Sites to see for the Heritage Hunting Family

Attractions for Heritage Hunters
If you’ve got a history buff in the family, hunt down one of the many historical sites across the island. You’re bound to find a treasure or two on your adventure and find an appreciation for the old and the new!

Retaining the charm of the traditional Chinese quarters of Singapore, Chinatown is rich in culture and heritage. Embark on a journey to explore through lanes of interesting finds or head down to the Chinatown Heritage Centre to relive the days of the early Chinese settlers.

Little India
Nestled along the main road of Serangoon Road, Little India is one of Singapore’s must see heritage attractions. Experience the sights and scenes of Little India where you’ll find authentic Indian Cuisine at affordable prices along with street side shops and vendors selling trinkets, gifts and a myriad of other items.

Arab Street
Arab Street is an attraction where the coming together of local Singaporean Culture cannot be more evident and it is here that Singaporeans and travellers from all over the globe gather to indulge in local cuisine and culture. “First generation” two-storey shophouses line the streets with bustling businesses selling items from jewelry to textiles as well traditional eateries offering authentic Singaporean cuisine. Haji Lane, adjacent to Arab Street is a must see, with tasteful and interesting art lining the walls of shophouses while quaint cafes, restaurants, bars and retail shops have appeared over the years to offer visitors a snapshot of Singapore’s cultural diversity.

National Museum of Singapore
Dating back to its inception in 1887, the National Museum of Singapore is the nation’s oldest museum with a modern interior hidden by its neo-classical façade that is a sight in itself. It is the custodian to 10 National treasures and features many different galleries and from time to time plays host to many events, special exhibitions and innovative festivals throughout the year!


Nature Lover's Guide

Attractions for Nature and Wildlife lovers
Although Singapore is very much a bustling metropolitan city, thoughtful city planning has allowed for the development of some of the region’s best nature and wildlife attractions that offer opportunities to promote wildlife conservation and research. The kids will be delighted with the various kids activities and programmes available at each of these attractions.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Founded in 1859, this 82 hectare garden is home to more than 10,000 species of flora and is the first and only tropical botanic gardens on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Many visitors to the Singapore Botanic Gardens enjoy having picnics on the open fields overlooking Swan Lake while children have a ball of a time at Jacob Ballas Children Garden that aims to educate and instil a love for nature in children through discovery and experiential learning.

Singapore Zoo and Night Safari

Home to more than 2,800 animals with over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles from some of the world’s most distinctive wildlife habitats, the Singapore Zoological Gardens is among the most beautiful wildlife parks in the world with walk-through exhibits for intimate encounters.

Nestled right beside the Singapore Zoological Gardens is the Night Safari, the world’s first wildlife night park with over 1,000 nocturnal animals in their natural habitats that gives you the chance to get up close and personal with the world’s most fascinating animals. The newest addition by Wildlife Reserves Singapore is the River Safari which offers an experience that is inspired by the world’s most iconic rivers such as the River Nile, Ganges River, Mekong River and Yangtze River. Be sure to pop by the Giant Panda Forest, to catch a glimpse of Kai Kai and Jia Jia - the two adorable Giant Pandas that call Singapore their Home.

Jurong Birdpark
Asia’s largest bird park is home to more than 5,000 birds across 400 species where you can intimately view magnificent birds such as penguins, flamingos and pelicans in habitats that mirror their natural environments. Not to be missed are the bird feeding sessions and shows such as the High Flyers Show and Kings of the Skies Shows. Be sure to bring an extra pair of clothes for the kids so that they can enjoy the wet and dry playzones at Birdz of Play – A bird-themed playground that comes equipped with a wade pool, slides, squirt sprays and a giant tipping bucket for a soaking good time.

Marina Bay & Gardens by the Bay
Full of zest and energy, Marina Bay is a place where people work, live and play. Its transformation in recent years has been new concepts of city living sprout up. The Marina Bay area has played host to the world acclaimed Formula One Night Race while also offering many scenic views from its many picturesque spots and from The Singapore Flyer. Marina Bay also houses Singapore’s second integrated resort, Marina Bay sands as well as the renowned ArtScience Museum and Luxury Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

Take a trip to Gardens by the Bay, a 101- hectare superpark housing 250,000 plant species from all around the world and immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature. Make a trip up the futuristic looking supertrees and admire the beauty of the this garden city, walk through themed gardens and the flower dome; one of two of the world’s largest columnless greenhouses.


Family Bites & Shopping Sites

Attractions for Gourmands and Fashionistas
It’s a well known fact that Singaporeans live to eat and shop and there’s no reason why you can’t join in the fun too! These are just some of the areas where families can have a good time savouring delicious food and shopping to their hearts content.

Tiong Bahru
A Stone’s throw away from Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is Tiong Bahru, a neighbourhood with lots of character. Explore local cuisine at Tiong Bahru Market with a wide array of stores selling local Singaporean dishes or visit one of the many cafes and restaurants that have set up shop there that serve artisanal cups of coffee and delicious culinary creations. Shopping should also be on the agenda at Tiong Bahru with establishments selling noteworthy, knick knacks and fashion accessories. There’s even an art gallery, book store and vinyl record shop that are worth visiting!

Robertson Quay & Clarke Quay

Sitting on the western end of the Singapore River, the riverside district has become a hotspot for casual and fine dining restaurants and chic cafes along Robertson Quay that will bring out the foodie in anyone. Developed from old warehouses, Clarke Quay is filled with dining and entertainment options and as day turns into night, this district is a hub for partygoers as they make their way through the many bars, pubs and clubs located in the area.  

Orchard Road
Truly a great street, Orchard Road is packed with shopping malls featuring tons of local and international brands perfect for shopping for holiday essentials, souvenirs or even gifts for your family. Cafes and Restaurants are in abundance on Orchard Road, perfect for a mid-shopping meal or break while you soak up the hustle and bustle of the city. 


Attractions for Thrill Seekers

Attractions for Thrill Seekers
Visit any of these attractions If you’re looking to live life in the fast lane. Many of these attractions have something  for everyone in the family, so pack your day packs and be prepared for the sun, sand and sea!

Sentosa Island
Located a mere 15 minutes from the City, Sentosa houses numerous attractions, perfect for everyone in the family. Chill out on the islands sandy beaches or spend the sunny afternoon lounging at the many beach restaurants and bars that line Siloso Beach, Palawan Beach and Tanjong Beach. For thrill seekers, take on the zip line at MegaZip Adventure Park, speed down Skyline Luge on Siloso Beach or spread your wings and fly in Singapore’s only indoor skydiving simulator at iFLY Singapore.

Universal Studios Singapore
Also Situated on Sentosa Island, Be sure you visit South East Asia’s first Universal Studios theme park that has 7 zones consisting of 24 rides, shows, and attractions, perfect for a day out in the sun and snap some pictures of the little ones with their favourite characters and relive the good old days of movie magic.

Adventure Cove Waterpark
Experience adrenalin pumping water slides and water attractions at Adventure Cove Waterpark on Sentosa Island.  It is here that you can also encounter marine life by snorkeling with 20,000 tropical fish and come face to face with sharks! Be sure to take a ride down Adventure River through 14 scenes with marine life swimming above and around you!


317 Outram Road

Singapore 169075

+65 6733 0188

Local Guide

The Holiday Inn® Singapore Atrium is located near the Singapore River, with quick access to the CBD, Robertson Quay, Marina Bay Sands and Orchard Road. Outram MRT station is within a 10-minute walk. 

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