Combine family travel with a little friendly competition with these gamer-inspired hotel packages. Whether you are into board games, cards or video games, these hotels find different ways to incorporate fun into guest experiences.
Located in downtown Denver, The Curtis Hotel invites kids and parents to level up their trip by staying in the Video Game Suite. The suite includes a theme dedicated to popular games, including a Super Mario mural and a Donkey Kong video game.
Head to Portland, Oregon, for the ultimate board game experience. The Nines partners with Guardian Games, a local company, to provide guests with an extensive collection of more than 50 board games to play during their stay — you may never want to leave.
During your stay at The Asbury Hotel in New Jersey, don’t miss out on The Lanes, the bowling alley attached to the hotel. Compete against your family and friends and see who can come out victorious in a friendly bowling match.
At this Wisconsin summer camp-turned-getaway, guests can try their hand at poker in the newly introduced Poker Room. The room features a felt-lined poker table, walls lined with portraits of gamblers and trophies, and more than 100 vintage board games for guests to play. Head to the camp store to purchase a vintage game or branded playing cards to take home with you as a memento.
It’s time to start dreaming of your next family trip. Here’s some destination inspiration for you. Take a visual journey through Seoul, South Korea, with us.
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.
Family travelers and fans of nature and the great outdoors must try Skunk Train’s newest offering, Hike to the Glen. Following the railroad tracks, hikers walk through Pudding Creek into the untouched redwood groves, previously only accessible via the Skunk Train or its railbikes.
Family travelers visiting Key West this August are in for a unique treat at the 25th annual Key West Lobster Festival. This fun event, Aug. 11–14, takes place at multiple locations on and around the city’s popular Duval Street. As the city celebrates the opening of lobster season, visitors enjoy fun activities celebrating all things lobster.
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Plan your next family trip to Florida to celebrate Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary. In honor of the big celebration, Disney Springs Resort-area hotels offer travelers exclusive anniversary deals on hotel stays, with discounted rates starting at $94 per night.