How Swissotel Makes It Easy to Travel With Kids

This post is sponsored by Swissotel

As you know by now, my family travels far and wide and we encourage others to do the same, despite perceived challenges of doing so once you have kids. While many hotels make attempts to be kid-friendly, few provide such a luxurious, fun, and welcoming experience to families as Swissotel does. Since Swissotel is a global brand, you can choose from one of their 30+ worldwide locations in the future (I’m looking at you, Swissotel Beijing).

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Penthouse Suite Bedroom at Swissotel Beijing. Photo: Swissôtel

Swissotel makes it easy to travel with kids of all ages. The hotel knows parents need space from their kids after long travel days, but also needs peace of mind. For this reason, they offer 50% off a second adjoining children’s room!

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Kids World at Swissôtel Resort Phuket Patong Beach, Phuket. Photo: Swissôtel

Select a room that best fits your family’s needs based on age. There’s a babies and toddlers room; a young children’s room; and a teens’ room. Each comes equipped with different amenities. For example, you’ll find a baby cot, changing table and bottles in the baby room; a Wii, art supplies, and board games in the children’s room; and an iPod docking station, teen magazines and books in the teen room.

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Kids World at Swissôtel Resort Phuket Patong Beach, Phuket. Photo: Swissôtel

This concept lets kids entertain themselves while you relax (because each member of the family needs to decompress in a different way). It also means parents of toddler and babies have less to worry about, since Swissotel provides so much of what they’ll need while away from home.

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Swiss Executive Club Lounge at Swissotel Beijing. Photo: Swissôtel

Because the Swissotel brand is built on strong Swiss principles, you can expect to experience the utmost in hospitality and warmth no matter which property you visit anywhere in the world.

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Indoor swimming pool at Swissôtel Beijing. Photo: Swissôtel

You can see the company’s values on display through the Swiss Circles found in the décor. These circles fuse traditional Swiss cutout silhouettes from the late 17th century with other circular designs (likes Indian mandalas and Himalayan wheels of life) to create internationally inspired art. A total of nine Swiss Circles tell the story of Switzerland’s diversity, fine craft traditions, and the hotels attributes in a way that’s both contemporary and timeless. You can even purchase gifts with these designs on them to incorporate into your own life.

Which Swissotel location will you visit on your next vacation?

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About Carmen Sognonvi

Carmen Sognonvi is a luxury family travel and lifestyle digital influencer at Top Flight Family. Her insights on travel have been featured in Wanderlust Travel Magazine, TravelPulse, HOTELS Magazine, Seatrade Cruise News and more. Carmen firmly believes that you can (and should) travel with your kids from a young age. She offers families practical solutions for travel, as well as tips on how to travel in luxury for less. She lives in New York City with her multiracial and multicultural family of four. Follow her on Instagram, FacebookTwitter and Pinterest.

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Swissotel is a fantastic brand for family travelers. Take 50% off a second adjoining children’s room, and enjoy kids amenities in their hotels worldwide.

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