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FAMILY


Dexter was welcomed, not merely tolerated. He wasn’t just a baby. He was a VIB.


ABOVE: Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel children's play area Kikoland


BELOW: Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel


a central amphitheatre used for shows are encircled by playhouses dedicated to clubs for different age ranges. Kids above three years stay and play supervised for free. Parents need to stay with tots two and under; their playhouse has a shallow splash pool and loungers outside, and cots, toys and highchairs inside. For parents who want a break, the new


Baby Kikoland is a crèche for babies from four months up. Located within the hotel,


it’s packed with toys and games, and has a shaded outdoor play area and a for with cots for napping. The Spanish staff adore babies and by the time I’d signed Dex in he was already happily basking in their attention. My husband and I scooted off to the pool for mojitos, but were able to keep an eye on our son through the hotel’s clever app, which provides a live link to the CCTV in the crèche on your phone. Our huge 65sq m suite – with its own


balcony with sea and volcano views – was packed with baby products, from a highchair and a changing table to a bottle warmer and a steriliser, and having a separate bedroom and living area made evenings really easy, with no creeping around trying not to wake a sleeping baby with room service or the TV.


When it comes to restaurants, all but the hotel’s fine dining options are baby- friendly, and the vast and varied breakfast buffets are perfect for letting a baby try out new tastes and textures – and the staff are incredibly understanding when some of it ends up on the floor. And this attitude from the staff was the


real key in making our stays at these three hotels truly baby-friendly. Whether Dexter was being cherubic or naughty, he was welcomed, not merely tolerated. It was evident he was viewed as a guest in his own right. He wasn’t just a baby. He was a VIB.


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ITC Luxury Travel offers seven nights with breakfast for two adults and an infant from £2,599 in a Junior Suite at Anassa and from £3,299 in a Kyma Suite at Almyra. Prices include Ryanair flights and private transfers. ITCLUXURYTRAVEL.CO.UK


Classic Collection Holidays offers seven nights with breakfast for two adults and an infant in a Superior Ocean View Room at Princesa Yaiza from £1,887. Price includes flights from Gatwick and private transfers. CLASSIC-COLLECTION.CO.UK


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