Celebrating a birthday or an anniversary with your significant other? There’s nothing quite like the luxurious experience of a romantic weekend staycation at Marina Bay Sands.
Start with a day at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands checking out the world’s top brands, and pick out your birthday present (or presents)! After lunch at one of the airy cafés or bistro bars scattered along the Waterfront Promenade, indulge in an afternoon at the Banyan Tree Spa in a couple’s room with a spectacular view, then head to one of the restaurants on Level 57 to enjoy a romantic dinner with an unforgettable view. After a restful night in your oversized suite, there’s no better way to commemorate the morning after a celebration than a dip in the iconic Infinity Pool.
If you’re celebrating your birthday with friends, spend the afternoon in the Infinity Pool with plenty of photo opportunities, work up your appetite for a gastronomic feast at one of Marina Bay Sands' celebrity chef restaurants, then dance the night away at CÉ LA VI.
Think that sounds like too much effort as you’re getting older? For something more low-key that you can enjoy with friends or family, reserve a suite with a shimmering city view. Call room service for a birthday cake and champagne, and you’ll have an unforgettable night of bonding and fun in a gorgeous setting overlooking the Singapore skyline, and without ever having to get out of your pyjamas!
Birthdays at Marina Bay Sands are not just for adults – kids can have a fabulous time as well. Start the kids off with an afternoon at the skating rink, where skates are available for hire and parents can keep an eye on the little ones from the comfort of the food court – where the wide variety of cuisines means that even the fussiest little eater will find something to love.
Bring the kids up to the SkyPark for a view of the city and sea. Then choose from over 60 restaurants, or simply retreat to your room and order room service for a quiet family dinner in (don’t forget the birthday cake!). If the kids are still wide awake and you don’t have the energy to entertain them anymore, sit them in front of the window with paper and coloured pencils and let them draw or sketch the view.