Boutique Hotels - Child friendly hotels

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Hotel Moure

(Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

In the historic heart of Santiago de Compostela stands Moure Hotel, a singular establishment set apart from the traditional concepts of interior design...

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Casa BoFranch

(Tarragona, Spain)

In the village of La Cava, in the heart of the Ebro Delta, Rosa and Xavi have restored and decorated a family home from the beginning of the 20th century...

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Casa A Pedreira

(Pontevedra, Spain)

A great charming house requires dedication and love, and when Marian and Judit set eyes on this property, they knew they had plenty of both to spare. Abandoning...

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Hotel Arai

(Barcelona (centre), Spain)

Arai has 31 apartments with private kitchen where you can enjoy a pleasant stay in the historical center of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter. This architectural,...

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Hotel Rector

(Salamanca, Spain)

Salamanca is a city of head-board, the kind of place that every now and then you will come back. And winning the next visit is a challenge for any Patrimonio...

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Primero Primera

(Barcelona (centre), Spain)

Now known as Hotel Primero Primera, this Barcelonan manor once belonged to the bourgeoisie of Barcelona before its recent conversion into a charming hotel....

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Hotel Urban

(Madrid, Spain)

Standing outside Carrera de San Jeronimo, 34 in the heart of Madrid city center, one may have the impression that the Urban hotel within may differ from...

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Granados 83

(Barcelona (centre), Spain)

Located in the Ensanche, Granados 83 Hotel in one of its refurbished buildings—once the Pujol i Brull Clinic, and now a designer hotel—this structure...

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Antsotegi Hotela

(Vizcaya, Spain)

Located in the Lea-Artibai river valley in the province of Vizcaya, amid the mountainous coastal environs that typify northern Spain, is the Hotel Antsotegi—formerly...

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Hotel Zerupe

(Guipuzcoa, Spain)

Zerupe Hotel is situated in Zarautz, 16 km from San Sebastián and 43 km from Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and private...

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Hoteles para viajar con niños, escapadas en familia, turismos

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We want to help you as you prepare your next getaway with your family and begin hotel bookings process. Take a look at our lodging selection for families with children. You have many hotels, full-rental houses and apartments to choose from that guarantee a fun-filled, yet relaxing, family vacation.

The golden rules for traveling with kids:

We love our charming hotels for taking a romantic break with our significant other, but we also love traveling with our kids, showing them our favorite places, seeing the world through their little eyes and living new experiences together as a family. So we have provided you with some tricks for making your vacation easier once you’ve booked your hotel:

1. Plan your trip together

Plan your trip together with your children. The trip must be as important for them as it is for you. When you start to think about a vacation or a weekend getaway, ask them to participate. Tell them where you are going, look for information on the internet together, select what you are going to see, where you are going to stay in order to make hotel reservations, how you are going to move around the area and how long you will stay…

2. Goal: bring only what is essential, not the whole house!

One of the main issues when traveling with kids is packing. Here are some tricks: Don’t pack too many clothes. Take only what you really need, especially if it is only for a weekend. Have a look at the weather at your destination to choose appropriate clothing. Also, optimize the space in your suitcase by choosing shoes that are versatile, packing lightweight clothing that dries quickly, in case it will need to be washed.

- Ask the hotel if it can provide accessories for the children, such as cradles,, small bathtubs and strollers. If you can, use amenities provided by the hotel to avoid carrying heavy toiletries. In this way, you will save valuable suitcase space. Don’t forget to check if the hotel has movies, a play center or even children workshops or special leisure activities for them.

- Limit the technological devices. Fortunately, nowadays mobile phones have everything we need when we are traveling: a camera, internet, apps for children... You no longer need to pack so multiple devices.

3. In the car: Mum, are we there yet?

- Traveling with kids can, of course, be stressful at times. This is especially true if the traveling includes a long road trip. Embark on your trip at a time of day when the kids are usually tired, such as just before their naptime. In this way, they will sleep for a part of it, making things easier for the driver.

- Bring along movies for them to watch in the car, or even better: tell them to choose the ones they want.

- Be creative and think about songs and games you can sing and play in the car. Be careful with game consoles and other toys- children can get dizzy. Some advice: bring disposable motion-sickness bags, just in case!

4. You arrive at your destination. It’s vacation time!

- We know how important it is for parents to have everything under control. For many of our hotels, we provide you with information regarding the distance between the hotel and places such as hospitals, medical clinics and supermarkets...

- If your kids are very lively, it’s a good idea to write your mobile phone number on their arms, or have them wear bracelets with your contact information. Another way is to teach them a whistle in case they need to call for attention.

- “I'm bored!” Always bring pencils and a notebook in your bag. These are great for when the kids start to get bored. The little ones can draw, and the bigger ones can write about their trip, say what they like and what they don’t like. When the trip is over, you can add pictures and it will be a wonderful souvenir.

Try all these tricks for your next getaway, and see how traveling with the family can be a real pleasure.