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Best boutique hotels with tweens and teens

Pool with beach view at Watergate Bay Hotel, Cornwall.Pool with beach view at Watergate Bay Hotel, Cornwall.

Travel with tweens and teens certainly has its own challenges, but now the kids are a little more independent, a boutique hotel break can be a great success. Many properties offer games rooms, consoles and activities for those up to 17, meaning you can relax and perhaps take advantage of facilities such as spas.

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Watergate Bay Hotel

A great family hotel, especially with older kids and teens who can take advantage of the excellent local surfing tuition.

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Jam Hotel

A fun, family-friendly hotel with a rooftop relaxing pool, games room and funky accommodation ideal for families of up to six.

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Crosby Street Hotel

Contemporary boutique hotel in New York's SoHo district with a private screening room, rooftop garden and family suites.

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Le Lodge Kerisper

A stylish little boutique hotel handy for the beaches of southern Brittany.

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Chalet Loden

A traditionally styled luxurious chalet sleeping 12 people in Meribel with a games room and full catering service from live-in staff.

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Sani Asterias Suites

Close to the Sani Resort where there is a wealth of activities and facilities, this is a top choice for a luxury family holidays in Halkidiki.

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Elounda Peninsula All Suite Hotel

A classic luxury choice for families, with a private beach, kids' and teen clubs, and a Six Senses spa.

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The Kimberly Hotel and Suites

Family-friendly Midtown hotel with suites with kitchenettes.

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