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Luxury Hotels That Cater To Kids

We can all agree that traveling with kids means you’re going on a “relocation” (i.e. not a vacation).


We can all agree that traveling with kids means you’re going on a “relocation” (i.e. not a vacation), but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a janky all-inclusive resort. Your favorite luxury hotels are doing their part to give you a change of scenery (and some much-needed grown-up time) with their offerings and amenities for kids.

Rosewood Hotels

  • Cribs, baby bathtubs, and baby monitors are available.
  • Babysitters are on hand.
  • Babyproofing services available.
  • Complimentary backpack with kids’ toiletries, a stuffed animal, slippers, robe, and puzzle.
  • Rose Buds: The kids’ program includes Montessori-inspired activities for young kids and nature tours, cooking classes, and local music for older ones.
  • Best Locations for Kids: Jumby Bay, San Miguel De Allende, Tucker’s Point Bermuda


St. Regis

  • Cribs, strollers, diapers and wipes are available.
  • Babysitters are on hand.
  • Complimentary meals for kids up to age 12.
  • Kid-sized robes and slippers.
  • Family Traditions: Excursions specific to each location (think museum scavenger hunts, swimming with dolphins, turtle feeding) geared towards families.
  • Best locations for kids: Mardavall Mallorca, Princeville Hawaii, Punta Mita


Four Seasons

  • Cribs, strollers, diapers and wipes, high chairs, rocking chairs, bathtubs, and swings are available.
  • Children’s toiletries and robes are on hand.
  • Complimentary meals for kids up to age 12.
  • Teen Centers (full of Xbox 360, Wii, and movies) on some properties.
  • Kids For All Seasons: Activities unique to each location (think outdoor movie night, DIY leis, treasure hunts) just for the kids.
  • Best locations for kids: Orlando at Disney World, Maui at Wailea, Vail


The Peninsula

  • Kid-sized robes and slippers are on hand.
  • Bath toys, children’s books, sterilizers, and bottle warmers are available.
  • Babysitters are on hand.
  • Kids Academy: Over-the-top add-on experiences like “Princess For A Day” and “Picnic In The Park”.
  • Best locations for kids: Paris, Chicago, New York

Originally published at news.rocketsofawesome.com on March 14, 2017.

Originally published at medium.com

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