June 21, 2017

Childfree Getaways

Looking to escape the cold AND the kids over the holidays?

Check out the list of tropical childfree vacation destinations below:

California

Villa Royale Inn – Palm Springs

Luxury Boutique Hotel

Adults only

http://villaroyale.com

Hawaii

Hooilo House Maui

http://www.hooilohouse.com/index.html

From the website:

Ho’oilo House is designed as an adults only property. We do allow children over 16, but they will be in their own room in accordance with our 2 person per room maximum. Exceptions can be made for small babies.

Antigua

Coconut Beach Club

Affordable all-inclusive resort

Adult couples only

http://www.coconutbeachclub.com/

St Lucia

Ladera – Beware children are welcome over the holidays!

2011 Nomination for most romantic resort in the Caribbean

http://www.ladera.com/

Gros Piton, St. Lucia, seen from the Ladera Ho...

Children are discouraged. From the website:

Ladera was designed primarily as a retreat for adults. Because of its unique location overlooking the Caribbean and the Pitons, there are steep drop-offs at the edge of every suite. Furthermore, many guests come to Ladera to get away from their children – for the romantic setting and peaceful solitude Ladera offers.

If you do bring your children, please keep a constant eye on them, especially around the cliff areas and on the stairways, and be sure they understand that peace and quiet are important to many of the guests at the resort. Children over the age of 10 are welcome. Families with children ages 5 and up are welcome during the holidays.

Mexico

Le Blanc Spa Resort – Cancun

Adults only luxury spa resport

http://www.leblancsparesort.com/

From the website:

Are you ready to release yourself from the cares of the world and surrender to the freedom of a serene and carefree luxurious retreat? The adults-only, all-inclusive Le Blanc Spa Resort beckons you from the white sand beaches and sparkling waters of the Caribbean.

WNKies – Tell us your favorite secret childfree getaway.

 

 

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Comments

  1. Check out our friends at Childfree Travel on Facebook for additional resources and a thriving community.

  2. Too often, childfree travelers are asked to accept childfree “practices” as policy (Like here for example). So I appreciate (and applaud) travel providers who actually implement childfree as policy.

  3. Joey excellent point. The child-free market is growing and they have time and a disposable income. Hopefully hotels and restaurants will see the error of their ways and keep child-free zones and dates for those who truly want relaxing vacations.

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