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Treats for all the family on a luxury holiday.Treats for all the family on a luxury holiday.

A luxury family holiday is often a once-in-a-lifetime splurge, so consider your options carefully. We’ve hand-picked those that go beyond paying lip service to the family market to those with a genuine child-friendly ethos. 

Most luxury hotels and resorts offer childcare so parents can take advantage of spas, top-notch sports facilities and gourmet restaurants. The best have officially accredited childcare with English-speaking staff. 

See our luxury family holidays in the UK, Europe, North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean, Africa and the Middle East, Asia, and Australia and the Pacific. Or see our great deals and latest offers with favourite luxury resorts and holiday partners including: 
Ikos Resorts: stylish all-inclusives in Halkidiki, Greece.
Sardatur: Italian holiday specialists with hand-picked family properties. 
Simpson Travel: family-friendly villa holidays in the Med.
Smith & Family: child-friendly boutique properties, UK and worldwide.
Luxury Family Hotels: Country houses with great family amenities. 

Alternatively, be inspired by our luxury holidays in Saint Lucia, the Seychelles and the Maldives, or by our tailor-made family holidays page highlighting some of the bespoke experiences Take the Family’s ABTA-bonded travel consultants can offer.


Porto Elounda Golf & Spa Resort.

Porto Elounda Golf & Spa Resort, Crete: Save up to £880 per family

Save 20%, free half board and one child stays free

Recommended Partners

Luxury Family Hotels

Luxurious rural and coastal hotels ideal for young families


High-end and luxurious holiday homes with plenty homely comforts

Ikos Resorts

Super stylish 5-star family hotels in Halkidiki and Corfu.


• Investigate whether a hotel really is family-friendly. Many advertise themselves as such while also catering to wedding parties and honeymooners, so you may feel awkward having kids with you. Or the décor may be so chi chi, you’ll be worried about causing damage. Read widely across review sites for other parents’ experiences.
• Check childcare hours and age limits to ensure it’s adequate to your needs, and establish if it needs to be booked before your trip, to avoid disappointment. Find out if there is evening baby-listening or babysitting.
• Doublecheck what’s available in-resort. You can normally travel light since most practicalities will be taken care of, but if specific products such as nappies or formula are needed, you need to bring them or have them delivered where possible.
• Before booking a family room, consider if you really are happy to share space for a week or two. Interconnecting rooms or a suite with some kind of partition tend to be more successful, or go for broke with a luxury in-resort villa allowing greater space and freedom.
• If you’re hoping to eat alone in the evenings, or if the hotel restaurant looks too formal for your kids, find out about children’s eating arrangements such as high teas, early suppers or room service.

Offer of the Week

View down over Porto Elounda Golf and Spa Resort golf course.
October Half Term £4312 per family. Two adults and two children, 7 nights on half board basis, inc. return flights.


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