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What are the best Caribbean resorts for families?

There are hundred of resorts scattered around the Caribbean, so deciding on one may be a little daunting. Here are some of the best resorts to stay at for people who are traveling as a family.

The Caribbean is great for families

Resorts in the Caribbean
There are tons of resorts all around the Caribbean, that cater to different types of travelers, by providing different amenities and activities for visitors to partake in. Families, in particular, who are traveling to the Caribbean, need to find a resort which has a wide range of options on the resort property, so that the whole family can have a fulfilling vacation. Here are some of the best Caribbean resorts for the whole family.

Best resorts for families

Breezes Trelawny Families, on a budget, may enjoy staying at Breezes Trelawny (formerly Starfish Trelawny) in Jamaica. This beach-front resort is an all-inclusive one, so this means that all meals, drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), activities, and non-motorised water sports are included within the cost of accommodation. For the kids, there are children’s programs available, as well as an enormous kids' pool, complete with a 124-foot water slide, and splashing water-spouts. The adults also can have a great time, as they make use of the in-pool swim up bar, fitness gym, and the 18-hold golf course in the area. Atlantis
The Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas has been featured on several television shows, movies, and music video, and for good reason. The resort itself has 11 swimming areas, 35 restaurants, and a movie theatre, just to name a few of its amenities. There also is a 97 acre waters cape, which has over 250 species of marine life, including sharks, barracudas, and stingrays. Almond Beach Village
At the Almond Beach Village in Barbados, families have the opportunity to schedule activities together, including Hobie Cat sailing, kayaking, aqua-cycling, and much more. Also, there are children’s programs available for kids ages 2-12, and there are also swim-up movies and junior chef classes available as well.
Four Seasons Resort
The Four Seasons Resort Nevis indulges its guests with milk and cookies when they arrive, as well as a plush turtle treat, that was made by the resort's pastry chef. Also, for the kids, there are child-size bathrobes, as well as baby-proofing kits, which are available upon request. Additionally, the Kids for All Seasons facility, that is the home-base of all of the children’s activities on the property, is located in the middle of the resort. Therefore, if the parents are off doing their own thing in the spa, or at pool, they are just a stone-away from their children.

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