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Things To Know About 4 Great Family Resorts In 2020

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Planning a vacation to please everyone in the family poses a real challenge. Now, family-friendly resorts make various options for parents to entertain their kids, relax with their spouses, and enjoy and pamper themselves all at the same time.

Below is a list of 4 great family resorts to help you decide.

1. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, families can experience the thrill of an African safari in the comforts of their own lodging. Guests initially arrive at the 33-acre property through the lobby’s admirable 65-foot window. A stroll through the property’s savannah gives tourists a glimpse of over 200 animals that represent more than 100 species.

1. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Rooms and suites decorated with an African ambiance often permit tourists and visitors an opportunity to come face-to-face with a giraffe through the balcony. Earth tone walls, handcrafted furniture, tapestries, and even mosquito nets abound; and historical value can be appreciated in the 4,000 native handicrafts placed throughout the lodge. Displayed within the lodge are 380 museum-quality artworks like authentic Kinta cloths, woodcarvings, and a 16 foot, 240lb. Nigerian ceremonial mask.

2. La Costa Resort and Spa

At the La Costa Resort and Spa, parents can pursue their own activities while their kids can enjoy the resort’s awe-inspiring facilities in a kid-friendly environment. Kids aged 5-12 can spend the day at the camp where they can busy themselves with tennis, croquet, swimming, hiking, ping-pong, crafts, and nature walks. But whatever you do, make sure that you have put on a pair of high-quality Ski Goggles.

2. La Costa Resort and Spa

While the kids are busy having fun, parents can indulge themselves in the soothing luxury that makes La Costa unique. Tourists can choose to take yoga classes or soak away worries in Spa La Costa’s Roman pools where they can enjoy relaxing treatments. And when night falls, parents can choose to spend a romantic evening or get-away together while sending their kids off to Night Camp, which includes, dinner, story hour, and a scavenger hunt.

3. Club Med Ixtapa

Travel with your kids and the entire family to Club Med Ixtapa for true-blue family fun. The club quickly appeals to kids and parents due to its seemingly limitless activities for all ages. Located on 37 acres along Mexico’s western coast, Ixtapa is home to over 20,000 visitors and tourists annually, 60% of which are under the age of 11.

3. Club Med Ixtapa

Mini clubs divided by age groups are designed to keep kids busy throughout the day. Outdoor activities, shows, crafts, and a kids-only dining area can be found in Baby Club, Petit Club, and Mini Club, all catering to kids ages 4 months to 13 years of age.

While the kids are away, parents can enjoy adult activities like tennis, scuba, archery, kayaking, water polo, volleyball, and picnics. As a family, tourists and visitors can take sunset cruises, fishing trips, and even excursions into the Mexican fishing village of Zihuatenejo.

4. Out ‘n’ About Treesort

What makes this place unique? Hint: The clue’s in its name.

Hidden in the woods of Oregon on treetops and branches is the Treesort. 14 treehouses makeup Treesort and can accommodate 2-8 people. Getting to your room is just half of the adventure - guests climb stairs, ladders, and even a 90-foot long suspension bridge. And from there, the real fun begins.

4. Out ‘n’ About Treesort

The Swiss Family Complex holds a swinging bridge that divides child and adult units, and a fire pole and rope swings provide kids with ground access. Couples are sure to enjoy the Tree Room Schoolhouse Suite, which can accommodate four with its own bathroom, kitchenette, master bedroom, sitting area, and loft.

Horseback riding, rafting, rope courses, pools, and arts and crafts classes are also featured in Treesort. The Treehouse Institute teaches techniques in treehouse building, while tree climbers can scale the heights of Treesort’s 51-foot rope climbing tree, and from there discover a treetop pool made of river rocks.
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