Best Family Resorts For Spring Break

In Cancún, Los Cabos, Playa del Carmen & Tulum, Puerto Vallarta, Stay, Stay, Stay, Stay by Suzanne Koch

Whether you have a youngster in tow or an energetic teen, these resorts offer plenty of family-friendly activities without skimping on the adult luxury.

The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort

This luxurious Punta Mita getaway features a two-level family pool, a variety of water activities and its Family Traditions, a program offering a wide variety of activities and experiences custom tailored for families. Children ages 5-12 can enjoy La Tortuga Children’s Club that features a daily schedule of adventures from a discovery walk and piñata making to painting lessons, board games and more. Families with older children can enjoy additional activities that include guacamole class, Mexican cocktail class, bike tours, Spanish lessons, salsa lessons and more.

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Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita

Children are the star at Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita where the youngest guests are welcomed with child-size bathrobes, alphabet bath sponges, a baby care basket, children’s menus and a welcome amenity including milk and cookies. Younger children can take advantage of the Kids For All Seasons program, a year-round program housed in its own building featuring indoor and outdoor activities. A teen program offers more adventurous experiences like hiking and golfing, and a unique lazy river lets the whole family jump on an inner tube and cruise through the Oasis complex, the family-oriented building that houses 23 rooms and suites.

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Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen

With 314 guestrooms, this large resort is set in the bustling La Quinta Avenida of Playa del Carmen, a pedestrian strip stretching for more than 30 blocks featuring shopping, dining and entertainment. The resort features its own version of the popular area, called El Paseo. Considered an extension of La Quinta Avenida, El Paseo is highlighted by authentic local food and a stunning design. Along with infinity-edged pools overlooking the ocean, the resort also has a unique teen arcade and Camp Hyatt that includes activities for the younger ones. The camp also features a children’s dinner on Fridays and Saturdays so parents can enjoy a solo dinner at one of the resort’s signature dining outlets.

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Esperanza, An Auberge Resort

Families can venture down to the tip of the Baja to experience a vibrant and luxurious atmosphere at Esperanza. A children’s activity program offers daily activities to get younger ones exploring and enjoying the Baja. Kids can enjoy special film nights, golf lessons, yoga lessons, camping, cooking lessons and plenty more. For families looking to take full advantage of the activities offered, the Esperanza Residences are fully-equipped with activities for everyone to enjoy including volleyball nets, croquet, soccer, board games and more.

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Photo: Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita

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