Our favorite luxury family hotel recommendations!
Whether you are traveling with young children or adults young-at-heart, these luxury hotels are our favorite recommendations for families based upon their location, amenities, and all-around feel.
If the kids are happy then everyone is happy, and these luxury family hotels will ensure a great vacation for everyone. If these luxury resorts don't have enough to keep the family entertained, you might want to consider therapy.
Sea Island, GA, United States
Generations of families have been pampered with unparalleled service and a legendary array of acitivites and children's programs.
An all-inclusive family-friendly resort with a specialized Kids' Club building.
So family friendly that there is a local pediatrician available on-site ...
Hot Springs, VA, United States
Featuring the fully supervised Homestead KidsClub. The Homestead mountain resort offers endless vacation adventures for the entire family.
Wailea, HI, United States
Hawaii isn't just for honeymooning anymore. Highlights: Camp Grande for children ages 5-12, nine pools, numerous waterslides and activities. Even an adult-only pool for when you've dropped off the kids!
St. Petersburg, FL, United States
Camp CeSar allows young guests to enjoy the resort's seven-and-a-half miles of beaches. Don't miss the two beachside pools, coconut painting, beach relay races and scavenger hunts!
The top notch facilities include indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, a supervised children's pool, and a deluxe two-bedroom villa that is perfect for families.
If traveling to Jerusalem with family, the King David and its Children's Corner is the way to go. Walk to both the old and new city, or just enjoy the the children's pool.
At a resort which caters to families, both adults and kids can be happy. In addition to the many Kids Club activities, an extensive range of daily activities is available for the whole family.
Orlando, FL, United States
Disney's flagship luxury hotel is made for families. Check out the Mouseketeers Club and take a short monorail ride to all the Disney theme parks.