Going for your family vacation to Bali soon? You might be thinking about sleeping in some resorts at a nice beach like the Nusa Dua, Sanur, or Seminyak. But a trip with young kids could get complicated fast. Here are eight tips to help your family trip a bit easier.
Consider Sleeping in Nusa Dua Family Resorts in Bali
Compared to other areas of Bali, the Nusa Dua enjoys serene ambience, less traffic, less crowds, and calmer beach. Also, all the beaches along the Nusa Dua coastline are consistently blessed with white sugary sands and low-current water. A perfect playing ground for young kids! What possibly a travelling family could ask for more? Take a look to some of the best Nusa Dua family resorts in Bali where your family could relax and enjoy the nice tropical weather.
Take A Look at the Kids Club
For any parents who take a family vacation, the presence of a kids club at the family resort feels like a saviour. A win win solution that lets kids play their heart out, do exciting activities, and tire themselves when the parents enjoy some quality couple time or just lie back for a moment.
Many family resorts make the idea that their particular clubs or camps will keep your children occupied while you relax in the sun and sip a pia colada. However, any hotel can label a room as a camp by placing two arcade games and a Yahtzee set in it. Call the hotel directly to receive more information. Inquire about the specifics of the children’s program (including whether there is a fee), the minimum age requirement for participation, and the level of experience of the club’s counselors.
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Book A Room at Bali Family Resort with A Balcony
When traveling with children, a hotel room with a balcony is ideal. While traveling, we don’t always adhere to our regular bedtimes, but we still find ourselves wanting to put the kids to bed earlier than we would want to. The balcony is the ideal spot for adults to hang out and speak after children have gone to bed, so you will enjoy it when a room has one.
Book A Family Suite at the Nusa Dua Resort
Requesting a suite is an alternative to a room with a balcony. Having multiple spaces to spread out is great. Additionally, you will appreciate that you can sleep in one room while the kids sleep in another. This way, you won’t need to go to bed as early. Bring some headphones or a book lamp if you can’t reserve a suite or a room with a balcony so you’ll have something to do when the kids are asleep.
Get That Cart ASAP
Before having children, you (and your spouse) would probably just carry your bags to the hotel room and pack very little. But taking a family on vacation means packing a LOT more. To make it simpler to transport all of the bags to the room, get friendly with the luggage cart as soon as you check into the hotel. Your youngsters would like the cart ride, too!
Unplug the Phone ASAP
When we arrive in the hotel room, we unplug the phone immediately. On this, TRUST ME. A phone that plugs into the wall today fascinates children. (Or, more broadly speaking, any phone that isn’t a cell phone.) The hotel phone is always a favorite toy for my kids, which is okay with me as long as it’s unplugged!
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Bring A Foldable Shoe Basket
Ah, the messiness of shoes. As each person in the family probably bring at least one pair of sandals and one pair of shoes, the doorway could soon be cramped with footwears! For 4 people, even two pairs of shoes is a lot of footwear to manage in a hotel room! Bring a foldable laundry basket as a shoe basket to save more space in the entryway.
Check Out the Dining Option at the Resort
The majority of eateries in family resorts and hotels have children’s menus, which is always a nice place to start. A buffet, however, would be preferable as it would provide picky diners with more options and potentially healthier choices like fresh fruit. Additionally, find out if the chef would gladly accommodate particular requests and dietary restrictions. Additionally, confirm if the restaurant offers convenient family-dining hours.