Fun Hotel Spring Break Packages for the Last-Minute Planners
Spring break is almost here. What kind of getaway do you have planned for your family?
If you’re thinking it’s too late to put together a great Spring Break hotel package, don’t dispair.
Here are six fantastic Spring Break hotel packages from around the country that your family will absolutely love.
San Francisco, CA
The Clancy, an Autograph Collection property in San Francisco, focuses on art and innovation, which is reflected throughout the property. Situated in the heart of the SF’s South of Market (SoMa) district, The Clancy mirrors the neighborhood’s vibrancy and artsy vibes while still focusing on keeping many aspects — like design and F&B — super local. Surrounded by museums and tech titans, The Clancy is a destination for new discoveries.
Just a few blocks from the Children’s Creativity Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Metreon Entertainment Center, Yerba Buena Ice Skating and Bowling Center, and several activities in the Bay, The Clancy is the perfect home-base for a spring break getaway.
This spring break, families can book two rooms at The Clancy and receive 25% off the second room at check-in. And don’t forget the furry family members! The pet-friendly offers special amenities just for your pup, including their own puppy dinner menu served at the in-house restaurant, Seven Square Taproom.
Beaver Creek, CO
Park Hyatt Beaver Creek (PHBC), the only ski-in, ski-out property at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain Resort, is a gorgeous, family-friendly destination. Located just steps from the ski school, the chateau-style property is the perfect place for creating last memories during a family vacation this spring break.
Additionally, Beaver Creek’s newest dedicated family-friendly learning terrain, McCoy Park, opened this season and offers a more relaxed experience for beginner families.
Family-friendly amenity offerings at PHBC include indoor camping turndown amenity with tent and “fire” set-up (and more!), smores-kits for the outdoor firepits, a family arcade room, a variety of board games, kid-specific spa treatments, and new kid’s menu offerings at the on-site restaurant, 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill.
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
A trip to St. Thomas affords one of the rarest commodities for travelers right now – ease of access. St. Thomas is an American overseas territory; thus, U.S. citizens do not need to worry about navigating testing before returning home and do not need a passport for travel.
In addition to the logistical benefits, the destination is a playground for families looking to mix exploration and relaxation and there is no better place to indulge in this than at The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas. As the destination’s premier lodging option, this recently renovated property offers a slew of highly desirable family-friendly amenities including a jaw-dropping 3-Bedroom Presidential Suite, a new pool with a water slide and fun splash pad area, and recently reopened Ritz Kids Center and Program offering enhanced daily experiences for children to explore and engage in the Caribbean culture.
Just in time for Spring Break, the resort has just launched an over-the-top, Adventure For All Ages package catering to families seeking the most wow-worthy reentry into travel. Inclusive of three night accommodations for a family of four, this package includes a private boat charter day excursion, a Mangrove Kayak & Snorkel Tour, a zipline experience at Tree Limin’ Extreme Zipline, a private beach movie night screening of choice, evening private stargazing sail on the property’s luxury catamaran, Lady Lynsey II, and access to special kid’s Mocktail menu. The package starting rate is $11,400, and must be booked at least 21 days in advance. A portion of the proceeds from bookings will benefit the Virgin Island’s Children Museum, which brings children and families together in an interactive setting.
Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa
South Walton, FL
For those looking for a family-friendly hotel this spring break, the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa sits directly on the sugar white sands of the Gulf of Mexico, offering unobstructed views of the turquoise waters and unbeatable sunsets. The hotel’s expansive deck boasts two pools (one heated), a kid’s pool, a world-class spa and a whole host of family-friendly resort activities to enjoy including golf, tennis, board games, beach games, sailing, biking, water sports, and more.
The property’s Family Fun Package also offers daily breakfast for two adults and two children. Additionally, families will also have access to four award-winning, championship golf courses, a full-service spa and salon, and the hotel’s very own AAA four-diamond steakhouse (among many other delicious dining options). Conveniently located near many of Northwest Florida’s largest and best shopping hubs, the Hilton Sandestin has everything families need to enjoy spring break in sunny Florida.
This hidden gem in the midwest provides boutique luxury at an affordable cost (think chandeliers in every room). The hotel itself is a modern (just opened in the last year) ode to the music of the 1920’s and the Great American Songbook, due to its proximity to the Palladium concert hall and its association with Micahel Feinstien. As such, luxurious touches and musical nods are strewn throughout the ornate building.
As a family destination, you won’t find a better location, as it’s centrally located right on the Monon Trail (a bike trail with shops and restaurants along it), as well as being center of Carmel’s village area and steps away from the arts district.
Estes Park, CO
Families can enjoy an out-of-this-world spring break in Estes Park, Colorado this year with YMCA of the Rockies’ Space Adventure. From March 12 – April 1, the Rocky Mountain style spring break experience will feature space-themed activities and events, including the grand opening of the new theme for the Escape Room, which will be an exciting adventure based on space! As part of the package, families can explore the night sky in the indoor star lab, make “out-of-this-world” slime and other space crafts, and learn about constellations, zero gravity and more in the free spaced-themed classes.
YMCA of the Rockies will also be offering normal programs and activities that include the indoor climbing wall, snowshoe rental, indoor swimming pool, a sledding hill (weather depending), roller skating at the roller rink, hundreds of crafts at the Craft and Design Center, history programming at the museum, guided hikes into Rocky Mountain National Park, and more.