MIAMI — Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts is making summer travel even more affordable for families with a Kids Stay Free offer at select properties.
Available for stays through Oct. 31, the offer includes the new five-star Luxury Bahia Principe Fantasia Don Pablo Collection and Grand Bahia Principe Turquesa, where the first child stays free, as well as the Grand Bahia Principe Punta Cana where up to two kids stay free.
“We have taken fantastic steps to make summer 2017 not only more kid-friendly than ever, but even more affordable as part of our commitment to offering all-inclusive luxury travel the whole family can enjoy,” said Helen Montijano, VP of Sales, USA. “From the new waterpark at Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica, to the new five-star Luxury Bahia Principe Fantasia Don Pablo Collection in the Dominican Republic, Bahia Principe knows how to turn family vacations into memorable Caribbean fairy tales – all while offering competitive rates.”
The newly-opened Luxury Bahia Principe Fantasia Don Pablo Collection in Punta Cana features a pool with a fairy tale castle, complete with its own moat and bridge, a delight for children of all ages. Other family-friendly features in the new Fantasia include entertainment for all ages and a Kids Club with costume workshops, arts and crafts activities, cooking classes, expeditions and a waterpark. The Fantasia Teens Club for guests aged 12 to 17 is equipped with a gym, movie theatre, DJ dance floor, video consoles, pool table, and spa.
Bahia Principe hotels offer a wide array of kid-friendly touches, including family suites in select hotels where welcome packages include children’s bath kits and bathrobes, minibars that come with milkshakes and soft drinks, children’s mini-clubs and even kids spa treatments. Babysitting services let parents take a romantic break too. For guests looking for adventure, the Bahia Scouts program combines fun, learning and excitement in supervised activities split by age group.
Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts includes properties in the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Jamaica.