The best three family hotels in Europe – Our pick for a fun-filled family summer holiday


We’ve chosen the best family-friendly hotels in Europe including Puglia, Tenerife and Andalucia. So relax and read what each one has to offer you and your little ones.



Adventure at the water sports club – Borgo Egnazia, Puglia 

Set against the backdrop of the sparkling Adriatic, on Italy’s ‘boot’, Borgo Egnazia in Puglia is resplendently in tune with the region’s heritage, its picturesque, whitewashed towns. It has its own private beach, Casa Masciola, where guests can enjoy water sports and adventures galore, from kayaking to motorboat excursions and exploring hidden coves and caves. The water sports club allows guests to take part in fishing trips and boat trips, ideal for first-time fishermen and experts alike. And when adults want some time to unwind, kids are welcome at the complimentary Kids’ Club, where little ones can get involved with theatre workshops, face-painting and cookery classes.


Culture at the kids’ club – The Ritz-Carlton Abama, Tenerife

Located in Guia de Isora, The Ritz-Carlton Abama in Tenerife offers luxury accommodation with spectacular views. A volcanic landscape backdrop and a tranquil, relaxed ambiance make it a stunning holiday resort for all ages. The Ritz-Carlton’s kids’ programme here keeps children busy learning about the cultural traditions and natural wonders of Tenerife (a daily charge applies). Based on the four pillars of water, land, culture and environmental responsibility, activities consist of painting, treasure hunts, exploring coral reefs and talent contests.


An immersive leisure experience – Marbella Club & Resort, Marbella

The Marbella Club & Resort in Andalucia is steeped in history, hosting guests including members of the English aristocracy and Hollywood stars from the day it opened. Today, from suites to villas, the resort has a huge range of accommodation options and there are plenty of hotel activities for children to get involved in, including horse riding and tennis lessons. The Kids Club also offers an interactive, educational and recreational experience with a dance studio, library and an enchanted forest. Just beyond the resort is Marbella old town and Puerto Banus, where family-friendly activities are right on the doorstep, including water and adventure parks, playgrounds, zoos, aquariums and historical sites.

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