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Spain: 7 Fantastic Hotels for Families That You May Not Have Heard Of.

Spain: 7 Fantastic Hotels for Families That You May Not Have Heard Of.

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Spain is popular with families for a very good reason, and not only the weather. There are plenty of wonderful hotels to suit all ages from cool chateaus to small boutiques to hotels with amazing kids’ clubs and onsite activities. I’ve used my own personal experiences and fellow Mum’s recommendations to get the low down on some family hotels in Spain.

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You can read the full post here on BritMums which goes into more detail into why these hotels are great for families.

Aequora Lanzarote Suites – Lanzarote

Location: Beach front located hotel.

Entertainment: There is a day and night time animation team, with a popular kids’ club, playground and games room, and pool.

Ideal for: those with younger kids, although there are activities for kids of all ages. Some suites have separate bedrooms and living area.
5km from the airport.

Caserio del Mirador – Jalon

Location: Countryside retreat

Entertainment: Children can splash in the pool, feed animals, play in the sandpit or playground, and help themselves to countless toys.

This boutique hotel provides baby equipment including potties, strollers, changing mats, feeding equipment, high chairs, armbands and inflatable toys-saving you valuable luggage space. The rooms all come with a box of toys and books matched to your kids age too!

Ideal for: Families with pre-schoolers who want a relaxing break.

Read reviews of Caserio del Mirador on Tripadvisor.

La Bobadilla – Andalucia

Location: La Bobadilla is set in the hills of the Sierra de Loja, Andalucia

Entertainment: A personalised kids’ club and a small farm with donkeys and a pony, the all important pool, a lake with turtles, a playground and tennis court! It is absolutely perfect for animal loving tots like mine. If you are looking to get away from it all, then this peaceful location might be just the tonic.

Ideal for: Families with young children.

Estival El Dorado – South Of Barcelona

Location: Beach front hotel

Entertainment: Pool. For those who like to explore, the local town is a 30 minute stroll away, alternatively you can hire bikes from the hotel. Until you get to Cambrils there are no cars allowed just walkers and cyclists – which helps if you have kids that like to run around a bit!

Princess Yaiza – Lanzarote

Location: Beach front

Entertainment: Promenading to the beach, marina and local town offered a change of scenery if you can drag yourself away from the pool, spa, soft play, playground and other amenities.

Ideal for: All ages due to the wide range of activities from tots to teens.

Esplendido Hotel – Majorca

Location: Close to beach

Entertainment: The Esplendido is a win for families due to the little touches. Staff will freshly prepare baby food on request, and kids can even have manicures and pedicures. My 7 year old would be in heaven! There is a heated main pool with kids’ shallow section and over 1000 movies to choose from for the in room DVD player. The beach is also perfect for little ones with gentle waves. For more things to do with kids in Majorca see here.

Good for: families of all ages

Have you visited any of these family friendly hotels in Spain? Which was your favourite?

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Sarah Christie

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

There is so much choice for families visiting span, i have to say when i visited Lanzarote I was pleasantly surprised

Zena's Suitcase

Wednesday 30th of January 2019

What I really loved in reading about all these hotels was that each one sounds like they really make an effort to make families feel welcome. The Esplendido Hotel are really going that extra mile with making fresh baby food on request. That would be a first choice for me going on holiday with a baby to Spain