8 family-friendly villas around the world

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March 28, 2018

  • 1 / 8 Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam

    For more than a decade, this all-villa grande dame by the sea has been delighting kids with extras like art classes and tailored activities. Since it re-emerged from a top-to-toe makeover as a Four Seasons resort, it has been upgraded with new family villas, a new Vietnamese cooking school, beach bar and kids club.

    Visit www.fourseasons.com/hoian

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  • 2 / 8 Banyan Tree Phuket, Thailand

    The sprawling Angsana complex, which includes this serene spot near Bangtao Beach, makes it a breeze to plan a family vacation everyone actually enjoys. At the Turtle Club, kids strive to become Banyan Tree Rangers by identifying native flora and fauna.

    Visit www.banyantree.com/en/thailand/phuket

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  • 3 / 8 The Ritz-Carlton Bali, Indonesia

    Mum and Dad will love the breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean from their Sky Villa’s infinity pool, while kids will love the next-level programming at the kids’ club. Each day at this luxurious resort offers new activities, from arts and crafts to cultural edutainment.

    Visit www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/indonesia/bali

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  • 4 / 8 The Sanya Edition, Hainan, China

    Hainan province, a lush tropical isle with a climate comparable to Hawaii, has always been a favourite escape for Chinese families. In this luxury resort, the massive children’s area includes everything from a roving “choo-choo” train to bumper cars.

    Visit www.editionhotels.com/sanya

    Related: 12 new hotels that you should book for your next family vacation

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  • 5 / 8 Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore

    When it comes to kid-friendly vacations, it’s hard to top a resort that’s directly connected to some of the biggest theme parks in Southeast Asia. Unwind in the two-storey Ocean Suite, where you can doze off while watching stingrays and other marine life float by your window, before having a ball at Universal Studios Singapore or Dolphin Island.

    Visit www.rwsentosa.com

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  • 6 / 8 The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort, Punta Mita, Mexico

    From babysitting services to La Tortuga Children’s Club, where children can enjoy crafts, board games, and treasure hunts, this luxe retreat seems to have thought of everything to make your little one’s stay memorable. Not to mention, the kid-size bathrobes so everyone can snuggle up in comfort.

    Visit www.stregispuntamita.com

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  • 7 / 8 Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, Maui, Hawaii, USA

    While the suites at this Hawaiian paradise are already plush, the two-storey Ho’olei private villas offer seclusion and lots of room for kids to play. Aside from a private grill and dedicated concierge, guests enjoy all the perks of the main resort, including The Rock, a dedicated club where kids can learn the arts of hula dancing and lei-making.

    Visit www.grandwailea.com

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  • 8 / 8 Amilla Fushi Beach Resort, Maldives

    Though the Maldives may have a reputation for romance, this resort makes both families and couples feel welcome. The four- to eight-bedroom residences are big enough to fit your whole extended clan and the resort’s marine biologist and army of child carers have plenty of ways to keep younger travellers occupied.

    Visit www.amilla.mv

    A version of this article first appeared on SilverKris.

    (Photos: 123RF.com)

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Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai, Hoi An, Vietnam For more than a decade, this all-villa grande dame by the sea has been delighting kids with extras like art classes and tailored activities. Since it re-emerged from a top-to-toe makeover as a Four Seasons resort, it has been upgraded with new family villas, a new Vietnamese cooking school, beach bar and kids club. Visit www.fourseasons.com/hoian Banyan Tree Phuket, Thailand The sprawling Angsana complex, which includes this serene spot near Bangtao Beach, makes it a breeze to plan a family vacation everyone actually enjoys. At the Turtle Club, kids strive to become Banyan Tree Rangers by identifying native flora and fauna. Visit www.banyantree.com/en/thailand/phuket Related: 5 kid-friendly things to do in Paris France The Ritz-Carlton Bali, Indonesia Mum and Dad will love the breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean from their Sky Villa’s infinity pool, while kids will love the next-level programming at the kids’ club. Each day at this luxurious resort offers new activities, from arts and crafts to cultural edutainment. Visit www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/indonesia/bali The Sanya Edition, Hainan, China Hainan province, a lush tropical isle with a climate comparable to Hawaii, has always been a favourite escape for Chinese families. In this luxury resort, the massive children’s area includes everything from a roving “choo-choo” train to bumper cars. Visit www.editionhotels.com/sanya Related: 12 new hotels that you should book for your next family vacation Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore When it comes to kid-friendly vacations, it’s hard to top a resort that’s directly connected to some of the biggest theme parks in Southeast Asia. Unwind in the two-storey Ocean Suite, where you can doze off while watching stingrays and other marine life float by your window, before having a ball at Universal Studios Singapore or Dolphin Island. Visit www.rwsentosa.com The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort, Punta Mita, Mexico From babysitting services to La Tortuga Children’s Club, where children can enjoy crafts, board games, and treasure hunts, this luxe retreat seems to have thought of everything to make your little one’s stay memorable. Not to mention, the kid-size bathrobes so everyone can snuggle up in comfort. Visit www.stregispuntamita.com Related: 5 most kid-friendly airlines flying from Singapore Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, Maui, Hawaii, USA While the suites at this Hawaiian paradise are already plush, the two-storey Ho’olei private villas offer seclusion and lots of room for kids to play. Aside from a private grill and dedicated concierge, guests enjoy all the perks of the main resort, including The Rock, a dedicated club where kids can learn the arts of hula dancing and lei-making. Visit www.grandwailea.com Amilla Fushi Beach Resort, Maldives Though the Maldives may have a reputation for romance, this resort makes both families and couples feel welcome. The four- to eight-bedroom residences are big enough to fit your whole extended clan and the resort’s marine biologist and army of child carers have plenty of ways to keep younger travellers occupied. Visit www.amilla.mv A version of this article first appeared on SilverKris. (Photos: 123RF.com) Related: Long weekends in Singapore 2018: where to go 7 kid-friendly things to do in Tokyo

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