Media Only, January 9, 2007: Find out which of the world’s most exclusive resorts offer a genuine welcome to families.
Family Travel Forum, the leading publisher of family vacation / travel websites, congratulates the winners of the 9th annual “Top 10 Getaways for Luxury Travelers” awards.
“While the travel industry has been very creative in anticipating the demands of the discriminating traveler,” notes FTF publisher John Manton, “only a few of the most luxurious properties cater to the next generation. We believe Eloise would be delighted by any of Family Travel Forum’s winners.”
FTF’s “Top 10 Getaways For Luxury Travelers” are:
Top Luxury Beach Resorts
Four Seasons Resort Lanai’i at Manele Bay, Hawai’i
Half Moon, Rose Hall, Jamaica
Hotel Del Coronado, California
The Breakers, Florida
The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Top Luxury Golf Resorts
One&Only Palmilla, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
Sandy Lane, St. James, Barbados
The Grove, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Top Luxury Spas
Evian Royal Resort, Evian-les-Bains, France
Grand Wailea Resort Hotel & Spa, Mau’i, Hawai’i
The 2006 award winners were selected from the more than 50 five-star resorts nominated by FTF correspondents, luxury travel specialists, and traveling families. To find the very best vacation for those who expect the very best — for their children and themselves — FTF evaluated each resort’s setting, accommodations, recreation and spa facilities, family indulgences and children’s services.
FTF’s Top 10 winners exceed guest expectations in each of these categories and range in price from an affordable $249 per night to the stellar $16,230 per night for a family of four.
Read more about these extraordinary family vacations at “Top 10 Getaways for Luxury Travelers”
About Family Travel Forum
Family Travel Forum Inc, founded in 1996 to serve members who “Have Kids, Still Travel,” publishes the award-winning www.FamilyTravelForum.com, the leading subscription site dedicated to family vacations; www.TinyTravelers.net, supporting travel with children under age 5; www.KidTravels.com, the travel site for kids, by kids; www.FamilyTravelBoards.com, the premier discussion forum for destination and parenting issues; and two monthly email travel news and deals alerts. In addition to licensing its expert content to the trade, FTF’s Family Travel Consulting division provides market intelligence on the family sector.
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