Santa makes his way around the world with family travelers this year to discern the best ways to celebrate with Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas.
Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort
As the only resort in the United Arab Emirates with overwater villas, the resort hosts a Cresendo Christmas Day Brunch featuring dishes from around the world as carolers sing classic Christmas songs. New Year’s Eve celebrations take place at The Beach House.
Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas
Watch Santa scuba dive by as your family dines underwater at SEA restaurant here, alongside Christmas Eve cocktails and dinner on the beach; and pool parties with food stations, DJs and live entertainment. Celebrate New Year’s on the resort’s Ocean Whisperer yacht.
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort
The resort’s famous Jungle Bubbles transform into giant snow globe bedrooms with decorations, traditional Christmas trees and presents. At A Gift of Mother Nature Christmas Day Brunch, resort chefs join guests for a feast made with local, fresh ingredients. A sumptuous six-course dinner awaits Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day.
Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel
Wake up on Christmas morning to ornate decorations and candlelit displays, including a Christmas tree by renowned porcelain designer Rosenthal. A tasting menu from new Executive Chef Heros de Agostinis includes themed cocktails, while New Year’s celebrations include a Gran Gala dinner on Dec. 31 and brunch on Jan. 1.
When you first see the Italian island of Capri, a precipitous chunk of rock rising abruptly from the sea, you might wonder why anyone would have settled there. Once you step off the ferry from Naples or Sorrento, though, you’ll know the answer. There are few more beautiful and romantic places in the world and, once you arrive, you’ll be glad you limited these family travels to your one and only.
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.
Easter Island experienced its share of setbacks to tourism in the last few years. From a destructive wildfire that damaged many of its majestic Moai statues to strict COVID-19 travel restrictions, getting to this distant island may seem harder than ever. However, for family travelers ready to head to this remote corner of the world, the island is open once again and ready to welcome adventurous travelers to explore its beauty and unique culture.
Take your winter family travel to the next level with a trip to an exhilarating waterpark. Holiday car rental experts at StressFreeCarRental.com recently released a list of impressive parks filled with action-packed rides, relaxing lazy rivers and more.
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.