With summer around the corner, it’s time for family travelers to begin booking summer vacations. Consider these destinations, perfect for a family getaway.
Denver boasts a popular art and culture scene, with the nearby national parks as an option for outdoors lovers. Book a stay at The Curtis, located in the heart of downtown Denver. The property features an immersive pop-culture experience.
Considered the birthplace of blues, the family-friendly city offers something for everyone: live music, museums, cultural activities, award-winning food and outdoor attractions. Stay in the heart of Memphis at The Central Station. Located in a former transportation hub, the property boasts local art and music-based amenities.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Foodie families, plan your vacation to New Orleans. The Crescent City is known for its food scene. The city hosts numerous food festivals throughout the summer. Book a stay at The Eliza Jane, just outside the French Quarter.
San Diego, California
San Diego offers fun for the entire family, from its beautiful beaches to the renowned San Diego Zoo. Stay at Liberty Station, a commercial space home to restaurants, art galleries, shops and four hotels.
The U.S. capital is the perfect destination for museum buffs. With dozens of museums to choose from, there is something for every interest. Be sure to stop by many famous monuments throughout the city during your stay. Make The Kimpton Banneker home base for your visit and take advantage of its rooftop dining.
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