Photo: Fantasyland Hotel
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? You do! This Bikini Bottom–inspired villa transports your mini-SpongeBob to an underwater world of adventure while you relax by the private infinity pool. Bonus: Baby food, strollers, cribs, kids’ spa robes and baby bottle warmers are provided for the tiniest of travellers.Photo: Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts
This “rawther” fancy suite came together with the help of fashion designer Betsey Johnson. Inspired by the 1955 classic book Eloise: A Book for Precocious Grown-Ups, the explosion of floral print and stripes is sure to have your mischievous little one tickled pink.Photo: The Plaza New York
Minions, unite! Let your kids loose in Gru’s Laboratory, an adjoining room for kids (that doesn’t have access to the hallway) with pod-like beds and one-in-a-Minion decor.
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What better way to spend your Lego holiday than in a life-size Lego village? Lego bungalows sleep up to five, with Lego-themed murals, Lego art and straight-up Lego so that you can build the holiday of your dreams!Photo: Legoland Florida Resort, Chip Litherland
Prepare your little clownfish for an underwater night of adventure in this colourful family suite located in the heart of Walt Disney World. Coral-shaped headboards and carpets that mimic the ocean floor will make for one enchanted night indeed.
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Your little pups are going to flip for this private den. Tucked inside a standard room, this space is designed just for them, with cozy bunk beds and protective “cave” walls.
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Five, four, three, two, one, blast off! A night in this room will be like taking a trip to another galaxy, with out-of-this-world bunk bed “capsules” and a sea of stars on the floor and ceiling. Bonus: Once the kids drift off to sleep, there’s a gravity-defying Jacuzzi where the parents can decompress.Photo: Fantasyland Hotel
Beep beep! Whether the kids love cars or the movies, they will go wild for a night spent under the stars in a retro Cadillac Coupe de Ville. Plus, the in-room collection of DVDs will keep your tiny cinephile up to date on all of the classics.Photo: V8 Hotel-Motorworld Stuttgart
Your frequent flyer will love this one-of-a-kind room nestled in the cockpit of an authentic 747 jumbo jet from 1976. With the controls at their fingertips, they can pilot their way to the best vacation ever.Photo: Jumbo Stay
Who hasn’t dreamed of spending the night in a treehouse? From the tree-trunk playhouse to the carousel horse (that you can actually ride) to the two-person Jacuzzi for mom and dad, this two-storey suite comes packed with fun ways to keep the whole family entertained.Photo: Adventure Suites
Up, up and away! Transport your tiny adventurer to cloud nine with a stay in this dreamy room designed to look like you’re floating through the sky in a hot-air balloon.Photo: Alton Towers Hotel
Let your little magician’s imagination run wild in this enchanted hotel room, located on the lower ground floor of this 19th-century hotel. Its stained glass windows, stone walls, archways, trunks, cauldrons and four-poster bed hung with velvet curtains will keep his curiosity entertained all night long.Photo: Georgian House Hotel
Octonauts, to your stations! Let your little ones delve into a magical underwater world of adventure with Captain Barnacles and the crew. They will love having their own private kids’ area, with themed bedding and an interactive play wall.Photo: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire
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