- Expertly Crafted
- Peace of Mind
Set within the former garden of a textile museum, kids will have fun walking along the whimsical stone pathways that wind their way along the forest floor. Close to all the famed sites, including the golden temple that is in Kinkakuji. The Aman Kyoto opens November 2019.
The brocade on the cushions were created by a Japanese atelier who creates textiles for Dior and the handcrafted floors come with six-figure price tags, but you have no fear about taking kids to the Four Seasons Kyoto. In fact, the team will arrange for cute amenities to be left in your room for your tots and there will be milk and cookies at the turndown service.
If you have older kids (aged 13 and above), you should take a look at the Hoshinoya in Kyoto. This sweet traditional retreat that’s set on the edge of a forest, which is home to monkey and deer.
The Ritz-Carlton Kyoto hotel that can’t do enough for kids. Not only will they create a glampsite for tots in the room, but they will give them a secret treasure map so that they can go on a quest and they can learn how to make mini pastries.
Looking for a cosy hideaway for your city break? Then book into the new Park Hyatt Kyoto. Designed as a luxury guesthouse, this hillside retreat is sure to make your family feel at home.
From $4,500 pp
- The kids will love the experience of sleeping in traditional Mongolian felt tents, or ‘gers’
- Whether it’s horse back riding or walking, get the kids out in nature and being active all throughout this holiday
- Learn about Mongolian culture first hand by staying alongside a nomadic host family, helping them with their daily chores and letting the kids play and interact with the host children
When to go:
From $4,980 pp
- See ancient mummies at the famed Egyptian Museum
- Crawl through the tombs in the Great Pyramid of Cheops
- Go camel riding through the desert
- Sail down the Nile aboard your luxury cruise, with activities for the whole family
- Enjoy relaxation by the Red Sea after plenty of learning and exploration
When to go:
From $2,600 pp
- Explore the majestic architecture of the ancient Silk Road towns from Emir’s Summer Palace in Bukhara to the stunning turquoise domes of Khiva
- Drive through the dunes of the Kyzyk Kum Desert
- Shuffle past local vendors and baskets overflowing with colourful spices in the bazaars
- Experience the splendour of the towering Mausoleums and Mosques dating back to the12th century which are adorned with glazed coloured tiles which glow in the sunlight
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