thanks laura, liz & kris, hollermarsh and gill for your replys really helpfull info
thanks to lulujim i will check that out
i love this site , even if your not on all the time (like me) when you need help or info theres always someone there to help,
its a good feeling , espically when your leaving every thing you know to live in another country
My OH just looking into the Singapore transit hotel and has noticed there's "standard" and "budget" accommodation". Does anyone know what the difference is?
He's just found it...basically you share a toilet and shower with other rooms if on the "basic" budget.
You can book a family room but the problem is there is only 1 family room available between all 3 hotels to its pot luck if you get it.
The best thing to do is to telephone them.
Otherwise its a case of booking either a single, double or triple room.
Also if you email them for the room make sure you get a response failure to get a response means you have not booked it.
We booked 2 rooms as there are 6 of us but when we got there, they saw the ages of the children, 7, 5, 2 and 13 months and just let us have one room and so we saved some money. You get the sky train between terminals, which even with a double buggy was dead easy. The swimming pool is great. Fully recommnd it
we booked a triple room and then sneaked the youngest kids (twins-11).
All five of us used the room and the pool...... no problem.
Wife & I shared 1 single bed, twins shared another. 15 year old had a bed to herself.
Was so tired at that sage, I'd have slept on the floor.\
we booked 6hrs (2 x 3hrs) and it was fantastic...... highly recommended.
We did the same, booked one room and then paid for the little one as extra, very small cost. Was fantastic even if we didnt sleep, was somewhere to rest. Really wish we had brought our bathers though the pool looked so appealing.
We had to go to another terminal but it was dead easy.
I love singapore airport.
I could live there. You can have cheap accomadation, free internet access, free swimming pool, a gym, shops for just about everythig. Hmmmm just need to find a job there and a school and I'll be laughing.;)
Originally Posted by xhaylesx
pmsl you could home educate them. Plenty of learning opportunities in an airport I reckon.