Family-Friendly Caribbean Luxury Hotels

The Caribbean offers the ideal spot for families who want to settle in for a much-needed getaway in a stunning natural setting. With waters ideal for swimming, year-round perfect weather and a habitat that works for watersports or simple relaxation, it’s hard to beat the prospect of an island vacation just hours from the United States.Relaxing with the kids can be even more special since you’ll make lifelong memories with beach fun and adventure as the backdrop. The best part is, some Caribbean resorts offer the perfect balance of luxury and kid-friendly amenities.Before you book a Caribbean vacation with the kids, make sure to choose a resort that offers the room and ambiance you crave. Here are some ideal Caribbean hotels for families who desire luxury accommodation in a tropical paradise:MORE Hotel & ResortThe Somerset On Grace Bay, Turks and CaicosThe Somerset On Grace Bay is one of Turks and Caicos' premier resorts for a reason. This property sits on the world-famous Grace Bay on the island of Providenciales, meaning it offers access to one of the most famous beaches in the world.The resort’s striking pools, on-site resort dining and amenities for families truly help it stand out among competing hotels not aimed at travelers with kids.One factor that helps the Somerset attract groups in droves is its luxury villas ranging in size from a 1,400 square foot, one-bedroom residence to a 5,300 square foot villa with five bedrooms. This property only features suites with multiple bedrooms and full kitchens, perfect for families that need some space.Moon Palace Jamaica, Ocho RiosJamaica’s Moon Palace by Palace Resorts offers uniquely appointed hotel rooms for families in a gorgeous beachfront setting. Rooms are standard, yet big enough for families with kids. The big upside of this property is the fact it’s all-inclusive, meaning no meal prep or cooking for the duration of your trip.Moon Palace Jamaica also comes complete with its own upscale kid’s club with a small splash park. And even though the property is all-inclusive, it’s still considered luxury by any standard.Mount Cinnamon Grenada Resort, GrenadaUp in the lush green hills of the “Spice Island,” you’ll find Mount Cinnamon Grenada Resort. This unique beach hotel, which offers only 21 luxury villas and rooms, is both a hillside hotel with amazing views as well as a beach club on gorgeous Grand Anse Beach on the idyllic island of Grenada.This resort is perfect for families due to its amenities for larger parties. Most rooms have a separate living area and kitchen, and many suites feature multiple bedrooms. Their largest ocean-view villa even boasts three bedrooms and its own pool. Breakfast is included in the nightly rate for even more value.Four Seasons Resort, AnguillaThe Four Seasons Resort in Anguilla offers luxury accommodations for parties of all sizes on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. The onsite Kids for All Seasons program will keep your kids busy with daily activities, while teens can be matched with peers to take advantage of water sports like stand-up paddleboarding and single or double kayaking.Best of all, the property features an array of roomy residences with up to five bedrooms, including villas designed for utmost privacy, a gourmet kitchen and their own infinity pools.READ MORE: 25 Awesome Resorts to Visit in the CaribbeanThe Royal Atlantis, BahamasFamilies who love Caribbean weather and water but need plenty to do may consider staying at the Atlantis Resort. Here you’ll find not only luxury accommodations but an amazing marine habitat, an on-site casino and one of the world’s most famous resort waterparks.The Royal Tower of the Atlantis resort complex offers standard rooms along with larger suites big enough for families. Their Presidential Suites, for example, offer one or two bedrooms that can accommodate up to six people. With a large enough budget, you could even book a famous bridge suite with two bedrooms, 4,740 square feet, sleeping room for up to six and the best views around.Let's block ads! (Why?)