A reader writes:
I thought I would draw on your wisdom for recommendations in the Caribbean for a family holiday. We’re open to all options and have never been anywhere in the Caribbean. We are after a hotel/resort with a pool, nice beach and one/two bedroom suites so we all have some space. We have a nearly 3 year old and an infant. Basically we want somewhere to relax for a week and spend some time together in the sun and there are so many hotels/islands it is a bit overwhelming! We’re looking at going in May sometime. Thanks so much.
Happy to help! Keep in mid- you will need a passport for ALL children- infants too, since its out of the US. However, you do not need an infant passport if you stay w/in the US & territories: i.e. US Virgin Island, and Puerto Rico.
Atlantis in the Bahamas has an infant/child program. No charge for babies, crib, or high chair. Be sure to ask for your “Atlantis Baby” kit: it contains an assortment of J&J baby products, plus a storybook for bedtime.
The Disney Cruise Line can be your best friend, with new ships/routes being added each year for the next few years.
Beaches Resorts opened a new property in Turks & Caicos in January of this year. So far, the guest feedback is great. Beaches is exclusive t families. You actually must have children in order to visit this property.
Club Med has a family package & a family resort in the Dominican Republic & Mexico too.