Radisson Hotels Americas is offering families plenty to keep them entertained during family travel this summer. Take a look at a number of offers and packages available across the United States, Latin America and Canada.
Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast partners with Sesame Place, the nation’s only theme park based on Sesame Street. Enjoy accommodations, access to indoor and outdoor pools with an outdoor cabana, a gift for kids at check-in, free breakfast for children 10 and under with a paying adult, and complimentary admission for up to two kids per paying adult. Book here.
Book the Fort Blu package through Dec. 31, and have an adventure with the kids without leaving the room. The offer includes a log-shaped pillow to keep, a star wall projector, a dream journal, a Go Fish card game, Curious George Goes Camping and Adventures of Marty the Moose books, a Marty stuffed animal, a Silver carabiner camping mug, and s’mores amenities.
Book the 269 Road Trip package along with a stay, June 1–Aug. 31. Kids enjoy complimentary snacks and games and a Kalamazoo souvenir to remind the family of the fun they had while visiting. Free parking is also included.
Through May 31, guests enjoy a fourth night free for travel Monday–Thursday, with free breakfast and up to two children ages 2–11 per room.
Enjoy all the amenities at Aruba’s newest hotel with this offer that includes a 10 percent discount on all tours and activities. One-bedroom suites start at $239 per night; two bedrooms at $399. Use code SUMMER for stays June 1–Sept. 30.
Through Nov. 17, the all-inclusive offers up to 50 percent off the rack rate, with a complimentary upgrade to the next room category; kids under 12 stay free.
Stay overnight and enjoy fun at Kingswood Entertainment Center with Kingswood Family Fun package. Each Fun Pass includes one hour of bowling, one game of laser tag or a Play Zone bracelet. The hotel package offers breakfast, two arcade cars and a Fun Pass for up to five, through Dec 31.
With a five-night minimum stay, guests receive a $50 CAD gas card, valid for stays through the end of May. Or, for all 2022 stays, guests can choose a $50 credit to on-site Urban Kitchen Table when booking one or more nights.
Radisson Blu Toronto’s Park + Pool package includes complimentary parking and $50 food credit. Book through August for travel June 1–Aug. 31.
Before family travels involve a little one, opt for a babymoon at Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, which completed a multiphase renovation in January 2020. The resort’s newest offer ensures expecting parents will find a relaxing, oceanfront getaway before the bundle of joy arrives.
United Airlines officially became the only major U.S. airline to own a flight training school with the opening of United Aviate Academy on Jan. 27. The moment was made even more historic with its inaugural class, which is 80 percent women and people of color.
Embark on a family journey through The Last Frontier with Celebrity Cruises® and experience an unforgettable luxury vacation in the untouched natural beauty of Alaska. The breathtaking landscape of this pristine wilderness sets the stage for every memorable moment from up-close, awe-inspiring views of glaciers to observing native wildlife, including whales, bears, bald eagles, and moose. This corner of the world offers not only spectacular scenery, but also opportunities to learn about the history and culture of Alaska — from the native people who’ve lived here for centuries to the adventurers seeking their fortunes during the gold rush. No matter which sailing you choose, you’ll journey through the ever-popular Inside Passage — one of the most popular experiences on any Alaska vacation — and visit Hubbard Glacier or Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier.
As ecotourism and responsible travel become more popular, destinations look for ways to promote their rural and natural areas and preserve local ways of life. Agritourism — staying in farms or rural houses — is perfect for family travel, offering a chance for children to meet and interact with local people. It is not only a highly sustainable form of tourism, but also a more relaxing vacation compared to trips trudging through cities with children in tow.