Los Cabos, Mexico
With cliffside views overlooking the Sea of Cortez, a kids-only pool, and kids’ club to entertain even the youngest traveler (think stargazing and piñata parties), this resort is a getaway for all ages. Need a break from the little ones? Book a sitter and duck out for a Friday night tasting to learn about up-and-coming Mexican winemakers.
Los Cabos, Mexico
Soak in the 5,000-square-foot infinity pool, complete with a DJ and a poolside butler on call for everything from Evian spritzes to popsicles and quality SPF. Then, hit up the gourmet taco bar for lunch, or head to the Asian-inspired Arbol for an intimately-lit dinner. The resort’s dazzling grounds mean you’ll never need to stray far from your suite.
With a major renovation of its 147 ocean-view villas in 2017, the sumptuous village (complete with an authentic Balinese cooking school) pays homage to the island’s ancient heritage. History buffs of all ages will love a tour of the resort’s historic temple (including a 17th-century shrine), with the temple’s high priest as their guide. Take the littlest visitors to the resort’s Jimba Club for a crash course on Balinese dance or kite flying, or celebrate culinary craftsmanship at Taman Wantilan, where a brigade of specialty chefs cook up a spread of Asian and Western cuisine at open show kitchens.
This stunner from Aman Resorts comprises 34 suites on stilts, perched over the Lombok Strait in East Bali. Need a recipe for the perfect day? After relaxing at the volcanic sand beach, take a guided trip to the market and work alongside hotel chefs to prepare a local Indonesian feast. Or, forget the itinerary and book the ultimate splurge: the 7,000-square-foot, two-bedroom Amankila suite, which includes a private pool, Balinese lily ponds, and private butler service.
Whether it’s learning about marine biology at the kids’ club, snorkeling, or participating in the youth sailing club, the 4-feet-and-under set will have plenty of options at this stunning resort overlooking one of the Caribbean’s most picturesque beaches. Come sunset, visit the “rummelier” at the Cane Bar for adult libations and kid-pleasing mocktails.
Start the day with morning yoga or take a dip in your private infinity pool while gazing out at the Pitons lava domes, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Then, take the rest of the afternoon to explore the resort’s 600-acre beachfront estate. Cap the day with a private dinner under the stars at the Celestial Terrace or try a wine and chocolate pairing guided by the local sommelier. With majestic views and impeccable service, you’ll be hard-pressed to leave.
This chic beachside resort’s adventure offerings—and 800-foot-long white sand beach—are sure to please travelers old and young. To give tiny jetsetters a hands-on look at Hawaiian culture, sign them up for the Keiki Club for Kids. Or, book the Dolphin Quest in Kahala’s natural ocean lagoon, where visitors of all ages can befriend six resident dolphins, including Lono, the elder statesman of the bunch.
Impeccable service is the cornerstone of this elegant beachfront hotel. Spend a few hours enjoying afternoon tea service overlooking the Pacific, or head to the spa for a life-coaching session. For an adrenaline rush, take a surfing lesson and dedicate the rest of the day to catching waves with the pros on one of Waikiki’s bustling beaches.