All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy recently partnered with innovative family experience company CAMP to craft an exclusive journey for kids at The Westin Reserva Conchal, an All-Inclusive Golf Resort & Spa — perfect for your summer family travel! Available July 6–10, the family-friendly package merges physical, cultural and creative activities, inspired by Westin’s Six Pillars of Well-Being. This is CAMP’s first international activation.
In addition to meals and activities, the CAMP Westin Reserva Conchal offer also includes:
- A flexible five-day kids club itinerary with activities inspired by Westin’s Six Pillars of Well-being: Sleep Well, Eat Well, Move Well, Play Well, Feel Well and Work Well
- Date night after-hour services by CAMP counselors
- Voucher for online CAMP kid’s store
- Collectible travel guide showcasing destinations, animals and cuisine from Costa Rica
- Activities like swimming, tennis and more
The offer is perfect for children ages 4–12.
“We are excited to collaborate with CAMP on this truly unique experience for families,” said Jason Nuell, senior vice president, premium brands, Marriott International. “CAMP regulars from Boston to Brooklyn and Dallas to Los Angeles know how extraordinary the experience is stepping inside a CAMP location. Now we are bringing that experience to life against the backdrop of the breathtaking Westin Reserva Conchal. Parents will have peace of mind knowing their kids are having a blast, while they enjoy all that this incredible resort has to offer. It’s a win-win for families.”
CAMP will also craft travel guide activity booklets for kids clubs at other All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy properties, with educational activities like learning pages, cultural touchpoints and more.
“CAMP’s mission is to help families answer the question, ‘What should we do today?’ through a combination of play, product, and programming,” said Amanda Raposo, chief experience officer, CAMP. “In our stores, our communities, and online, we create joyful and interactive experiences for kids and their families. Our partnership with Marriott gives us an incredible opportunity to bring the magic of CAMP and its counselors to families beyond our own walls. We are excited to bring play into the family vacation.”
CAMP offers unique shop/play hybrid experiences in physical locations around the United States and online.
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