Best Family-Friendly Hotel Chains: Hyatt Hotels
|THE LIFE AQUATIC: Florida's Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress (courtesy, Hyatt Hotels)|
Hyatt, which launched its children's program in 1989, has long been a leader in family-friendly travel. At participating hotels, restaurants and room service always serve kids' menus and parents can purchase an adjoining room, when available, for their kids at a 50 percent discount.
The resorts that offer the well-regarded Camp Hyatt32 properties around the worldhost full- and half-day programs, as well as occasional evening activities, for ages three to 12. And once they sign up for camp, your kids get yearly birthday cards entitling them to a free ice-cream sundae at any Hyatt Resort, plus a passport to get stamped at other properties. After accumulating several stamps, young guests receive welcome prizes such as a plush animal or a compact-disc case.
Other important touches for families on the road include 14 kid-perfect pools, from Honolulu to Texas Hill Country, that recognize the essential value of a good pool. Not just a good pool, but an expansive watery fun zone of slides, flumes, wave pools, and lazy rivers that may well define your time away.
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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