The Best Family-Friendly Hotels in Florida

Miami Beach is one of the top locations in Florida with family-friendly places to stay
Miami Beach is one of the top locations in Florida with family-friendly places to stay | © Jeffrey Isaac Greenberg 12+ / Alamy Stock Photo
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22 November 2020

It’s no secret that Florida loves families on vacation – and that especially shows in the state’s hotels, whether you’re in Miami or Orlando. From on-site water parks and splash pads for kids to in-room dining, spa services and outdoor activities for the whole family, these hotels in the Sunshine State will delight guests young and old.

Acqualina Resort and Spa

Spa Hotel, Luxury
4.8/5 (384 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $630 per night
The city may be known for its nightlife, but Miami Beach is fun for all the family – and Acqualina Resort and Spa helps prove it. Among its many amenities, it has a 500sqft (46sqm) AcquaMarine children’s centre. A host of activities are laid on for kids between ages five and 12. Yours can attend daily themed camp sessions that’ll help them learn while they play games and get to grips with arts and crafts. And you, meanwhile, will be able to enjoy solo, guilt-free tranquility in the Acqualina Spa.
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1 Hotel South Beach

Eco Hotel
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South Beach style meets family-friendly comfort and affordability at 1 Hotel South Beach. Use of the pool, the spa and the fitness centre is included in the rate, along with beach access. But what sets 1 Hotel apart is the Seedlings program: full- or half-day activities tailored to your child’s interests, including arts and crafts, planting trees, reading stories, watching movies and beachcombing for seashells. It’s safe, fun and educational – a nature-focused brain-cell workout for your brood that frees you up to enjoy the best of South Beach at your own pace.
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Loews Miami Beach Hotel

Hotel
4.3/5 (2439 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $299 per night
Looking for a family-friendly vacation in the heart of Miami Beach? Leave it to Loews Miami Beach Hotel – this place loves families so much that it’s curated programs for every member of your clan. The SOBE Kids Club is a larger-than-life indoor/outdoor experience with video games, scavenger hunts and special night camps that give parents an evening off. Older offspring can chill in the rec room or grab a few floats for a splash in the pool. With curated menus, services such as barbering and manicures, and handy rentals (such as a baby bathtub), this may just be the ultimate family-friendly South Beach experience.
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Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel

Hotel, Chain Hotel
3.9/5 (969 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $143 per night
Newly renovated and eager to welcome families, Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel caters to visitors who prefer daytime fun to nightlife. And with a fine oceanfront location in South Beach, the hotel is a few minutes’ walk from Lummus Park, Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, Lincoln Road, the Convention Center and – if you fancy catching a Cuban ballet – Fillmore Miami Beach. Once the sightseeing is done, get stuck into on-site activities such as yoga classes, backyard games, and music and movement sessions.
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Floridays Resort Orlando

Resort, Apartment
4.3/5 (10100 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $132 per night
Floridays Resort Orlando is tagged regularly as Orlando’s favorite family resort: it’s got everything your family needs for a memorable vacation. All suites have two or three bedrooms and include a kitchen, a dining area, two bathrooms and a living area. Some are even pet-friendly, so you don’t have to leave any sorrowful faces at home. Add a shuttle service to the theme parks and outlet malls, a water playscape area for kids at the pool and an exciting game room – and it’s clear that, when it comes to family leisure time, Floridays Resort means business.
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  • WorldQuest Orlando Resort

    Resort, Apartment
    4.2/5 (2810 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $118 per night
    You’ll create wonderful, unforgettable memories with your kids at Orlando’s ultimate vacation retreat, WorldQuest. This condo-style resort has all the room that large families need for relaxation: separate bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining area and indoor/outdoor living spaces. For added convenience, they use Orlando Grocery Express to keep your kitchen stocked and sell tickets to Walt Disney World parks. Go on – surprise your family with a spontaneous visit to Cinderella’s castle.
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    TRYP by Wyndham Miami Bay Harbor

    Hotel, Chain Hotel
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    Stay at TRYP by Wyndham Miami Bay Harbor for one night, and you’ll see why it’s a fantastic hotel for families. Your modern Miami suite is steps away from the beach and even closer to the rooftop pool, which means that kids can splash about all day. When their fingers are properly pruned, call them in for a meal you’ve cooked in the fully equipped kitchen – best savoured communally, on your private balcony.
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    Riverside Hotel

    Hotel
    4.3/5 (964 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $156 per night
    If you can make it here by car, consider towing the family yacht. Riverside Hotel has a marina accommodating vessels of up to 150ft (46m) in length, so your family can switch between suite and sea in no time. Not that you’ll be in a hurry to check out – this place majors in vintage decor made for lounging about in – and it has a new pool for you to christen with cannonballs and bellyflops. As and when you do venture out, be sure to hop aboard the lovely red-and-yellow Sun Trolley for a leisurely ride through Fort Lauderdale.
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    These recommendations were updated on November 22, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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