Travel TipsThe Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Our Favorite Ski Towns

The Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Our Favorite Ski Towns

The ice finally starts to fall, which means it’s time to take a ski trip with The parents! Whether your child is a potential Olympian and has yet to excel at the “Pizza” they may not need to do it, you may need to split the kids up yourself — so we’ve gathered the best kid-friendly hotels in our favorite cold weather locations. After a while (or in favor of) a day in the hills, toddlers can experience various kid-friendly facilities — everything from snorkeling in the year-round lagoon to bowling to participating in the kids club — at one of these elegant attractions.


WHY: The Four Seasons Vail opened in 2011 and it is one of The area’s roof hotels since then: All beds have stone fireplaces, terraces, huge stone washroom with sdk splashback bath. (How comfortable is that noise?) Not just do parents enjoy the beautiful, a heated outdoor pool (clear year-round), the Teen Club, with an air hockey bar, computer game, fun bar!, and iMac machines, is also a popular hangout for the youngsters and also. And also, There is childcare on site in the kids club and young children receive a gift upon entrance.

Ski Spot: Aspen

WHY: The family-friendly Viceroy Snowmass features units with either outdoor cooking or amenities that include cookers, electromagnetic fields, refrigerators, and cutlery which allows for you to accommodate even the most demanding of eaters. Top-notch facilities include a nice lagoon location with heated saline and a firepit to warm you up on super-cold evenings. Our favorite mashup!, tho, would have to be the Ski Valets, or someone that maintains anything from booking classes, to placing your outsoles on for you and a ski-in site, ski area.

SKI SPOT: Breckenridge –

WHY: One Ski Hill Place is among the most elegant cottages in Breckenridge, attractive condo-style units featuring foodies cooking, The bathroom is lovely! (nearly all with splashing baths), and seaweed jam gas cottages. There’s so much interior entertainment that you’ll barely want to go outside including a two-lane bowling alley, two testing beds, billiards hotel, and an indoor pool.

SKY SPOT: Whistler

WHY: A popular choice between parents (with spacious dwelling-like rooms accessible), Four Seasons Whistler provides children’s menus for each of its eateries (housekeeping, very), a good present for teens (like a stuffed animal!), child-sized uniform, played, artisans and babysat amenities (for a fee). The lagoon may be The hot spot for young visitors, it’s clear all year round. The retreat plays both summer and winter children’s courses (for a fee), with events for teddy viewing and rock-climbing during the spring and winter classes and ice pipes during the cold.


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