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the Best Kid Friendly Luxury Hotels and Family Resorts

At Luxe Recess, we search for the best kid friendly luxury hotels that offer both parents and children an incredible vacation.

In big cities, we like to explore the those offering the best in service, location, room configuration, and amenities, but when getting out of town, we may define luxury differently: a distinctive location in nature, a stylish boutique hotel in a charming coastal town, or those offering full resort and family amenities.

Here’s a map of our reviewed properties. You can zoom in and out and click around.


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Luxe Recess reviews the best family resorts for you, everything from the best kid friendly hotels in Las Vegas to the most family friendly hotels in Washington DC.

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Destinations Like

Bora Bora
Southern California
Las Vegas
New England
New York
Washington DC


Hawks Cay, Florida Keys

A little ice cream break at Hawks Cay in the Florida Keys.

Luxe Recess features the world’s best hotels, detailing each property’s amenities and programs to help parents choose their accommodations.

Luxe Recess showcases unexpected, luxe kid-friendly experiences in London or Miami, but also helps readers hit the most popular family destinations like Disney World with a little more savvy and style.

It’s very common for people to have mental check lists of things they want to see or states and countries they want to visit.

At Luxe Recess, we believe that there’s a time and place for resort breaks by the pool or exploring a new country’s culture, but that the real family journey is being in the moment and seeking joy together, even if it is only in ten-minute increments.

the biltmore afternoon tea

The Biltmore afternoon tea in Mianmi offers a generous assortment of treats.

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