Spring break is fast approaching! Here is a list of the most amazing hotels and destinations to visit that offer child friendly hotels. Think kids clubs, princess afternoon tea and much more.
This is Charm’s favorite because of the My Disney Girl’s Perfectly Princess Tea Party!
1. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is a Victorian-style Disney Deluxe Resort distinguished as the flagship hotel of Walt Disney World Resort and offering world-class dining, entertainment and luxurious accommodations in its 6 striking red-gabled buildings. This magnificent hotel sits along the white-sand shores of Seven Seas Lagoon.
In addition to watercraft rentals, sports and a 24-hour game room, there is a white-sand beach, a kiddie pool and the Beach Pool, which offers cascading waterfalls and a waterslide. Children ages 4-12 can take part in the Wonderland Tea Party and ages 3-12 can enjoy the Mouseketeer Club, a supervised activity center that affords parents a carefree night on the town. For those who dream of being a princess, Garden View Tea Lounge hosts My Disney Girl’s Perfectly Princess Tea Party. (Additional fee required).
2. Grand Wailea Resort Hotel and Spa Wailea, HI
Exhilarate your senses this spring season at Grand Wailea, with summer just around the corner. Surrounded by the rising slopes of Haleakala and the expansive azure blue of the Pacific Ocean, the design of this unique resort captivates and delights the senses. Enjoy the lush, Polynesian beauty of an elegant Maui hideaway, providing an incomparable destination for relaxation and playful adventure.
Maui family vacations are special at Camp Grande — a fun, spacious and friendly mini-resort for kids 5 to 12 years old! The 20,000-square-foot facility is designed to accommodate the whim of children and their parents. Learn to make an authentic Hawaiian lei. Enjoy painting. Play ancient island games. Listen to grand storytelling. Our exceptional Maui family resort also offers daily poolside activities, providing entertainment for all ages.
3. Cloister at Sea Island Sea Island, GA
From its inception, The Cloister at Sea Island has been defined by legendary elegance. Generations of discriminating guests have returned again and again to this secluded coastal retreat. Experience the personal service, spectacular dining, and signature activities that have made The Cloister an enduring tradition. Surrender to the lure of 175 world-class hotel rooms and suites showcasing a unique natural setting and exclusive access to five miles of private beach.
Camp Cloister is a specific place at Sea Island, but it also refers to the broader range of children’s activities that are available. Since the 1960’s, Junior Staff have upheld the "Camp Cloister spirit," inspiring creativity, exploration, and laughter with activities that are as enriching as they are plentiful. Professionally planned and supervised age-appropriate children’s activities are the highlight of a Sea Island family vacation.
During the summer, spring break, and holidays, Junior Staff devote full attention to imaginative, interactive activities while parents enjoy Sea Island’s other amenities. This special team of college students is carefully selected for their leadership skills and enthusiasm to serve as role models for young guests.
4. The Homestead Hot Springs, VA
The Homestead, luxury resort and spa in Virginia. Surrounded by the four-season splendor of the Allegheny Mountains, this National Historic Landmark welcomed its first guests to the beautiful Virginia countryside a decade before the American Revolution.
With eyes on enjoyment for every generation, The Homestead transformation will introduce Allegheny Springs , a sprawling, two-acre attraction bubbling with family-friendly features fueled by water drawn from the Allegheny Mountains. It’s the latest addition to more than 30 resort recreational opportunities at The Homestead – and counting.
In summer, guests of all ages will take in the thrills and spills of Mountain Rush , with three 100-foot water slides and a 400-foot lazy river. A charming gazebo will be poised over a babbling brook that feeds the river. There will also be winding footpaths, a separate family pool and whirlpool, and abundant interactive amusements for kids including a sandy beach – all surrounded by decking topped with chaise lounges for basking in the Virginia sun. Come winter when the Alleghenies turn frosty, the family pool will remain open for guests to relax in steamy waters and on chaise lounges with a stone-face deck warmed by radiant heat for viewing the seasonal beauty nearby.
Happy spring summer break 2012!
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