The Eloise Suite - The Plaza, New York City
Designed by eclectic fashion designer Betsey Johnson and based on the leading lady of Kay Thompson's celebrated book series, The Eloise Suite at The Plaza in New York City is the perfect escape for little ones and their families. The suite is located on the 18th floor of the hotel and features two rooms, one with a king-sized bed fitted in Eloise sheets and a pink sparkly headboard. Other features include a DVD player and DVDs, books, a tea set and Eloise and Weenie dolls. Those who book the Eloise Suite also enjoy an afternoon tea for two, an Eloise robe, a copy of "Eloise at The Plaza," an Eloise puzzle and a $100 gift card for the Eloise Shop at the Plaza.
If extra space is needed, guests have the option to reserve an adjoining Nanny Suite, which comes with complimentary Champagne and truffles.
"Despicable Me" Kids Suites - Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Orlando
At the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, guests can live like Gru and his Minions in a suite modeled after Gru's Laboratory in "Despicable Me." The suite features a kids' room with missile-shaped beds dressed in Minion-themed bedding -- youngsters will feel just like Margo, Edith and Agnes! The room also has a flat-screen TV and a private entrance that connects to another room for mom and dad, and can accommodate up to five people with a rollaway bed. When you're not at the hotel, head to Universal Orlando Resort for more Minion fun on Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem.
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Kingdom, Pirate and Adventure Rooms - LEGOLAND California Hotel, Carlsbad, Calif.
All rooms at LEGOLAND California Hotel in Carlsbad and LEGOLAND Florida Hotel in Winter Haven are themed -- choose between Kingdom, Pirate or Adventure. The Kingdom rooms feature bunk beds dressed in medieval bedding, and the walls are adorned with castle-like wallpaper and signs that read "Ye Olde Adults Keep Out!" The Pirate rooms feature bunk beds dressed in red and white striped bedding and topped with pirate pillows. The pirate theme even continues into the bathroom, where more thoughtful kids' amenities can be found. The Adventure rooms have more of an "Indiana Jones"-type feel, and feature a decor of hieroglyphics and ancient Egyptian pharaohs.
Each room features a separate area for kids, complete with bunk beds and a trundle (sleeps up to three), plus an area with a queen bed for parents. Kids are also treated to in-room LEGOs and a treasure hunt.
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Mickey Mouse Penthouse - Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, Calif.
Play with Mickey Mouse during the day and come "home" to him each night by booking a stay in the Mickey Mouse Penthouse at the Disneyland Hotel. This suite features a boisterous 1,600 square feet of all things Mickey. Amenities include a theater equipped with three flat-screen TVs, as well as a state-of-the-art animator's station in the kids' bedroom for nonstop fun. Other themed suites include the Pirates of the Caribbean Suite, which includes a fun doorbell, separate bedroom and a daybed with a curtain for little pirates; Big Thunder, which features a living room and dining room, as well as two bedrooms; and Blue Sky, which features a living room and dining room, as well as a king bedroom. Each can sleep up to six guests and all are located on the 11th floor of the hotel's Dream Tower.
TreeHouse Suite - Adventure Suites, North Conway, N.H.
Experience the great outdoors -- inside. The TreeHouse Suite at Adventure Suites in North Conway, New Hampshire, features an actual treehouse with a play area and table and chairs for little ones. Across from the tree is the facade of a home, where parents can enjoy a two-person hot tub. Guests also enjoy fresh popcorn and cookies while they watch movies in their room -- thousands of DVDs are available to rent free of charge.
Family Suites - Disney's Art of Animation Resort - Orlando
Disney's Art of Animation Resort in Orlando offers an array of themed suites for both parents and kids to gush over. Suite themes include "The Lion King," "Cars," and "Finding Nemo." The Lion King Family Suites include jungle-like decorations, as well as murals of Simba, Timon and Pumbaa. The Cars Family Suites feature kitchens designed to look like an auto body shop, as well as paintings of cars racing through the desert. And finally, the Finding Nemo Family Suites take guests deep into the trenches of the sea by featuring fish-covered bedding, furniture and walls. All suites sleep up to six guests and come equipped with free Wi-Fi and kitchenettes. The hotel also has "The Little Mermaid" rooms that sleep families of four.
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Nutcracker Suite - The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common
During the winter holiday season, The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common offers a precious Nutcracker Suite that features a plethora of amenities based on the world-renowned ballet. Amenities vary from year to year, but may include a teddy bear tuck-in service with a tasty holiday pastry; a satin pointe shoe, autographed by one of the dancers from the Boston Ballet; a CD recording of The Nutcracker, performed by the Boston Ballet Orchestra and music director Jonathan McPhee; a bubble bath; an American Girl Store shopping experience for four (including in-store dining); a customized American Girl photo frame and Isabelle DVD and finally, overnight valet parking.
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Jurassic Park Kids Suites - Loews Royal Pacific Resort
Head to Jurassic Park -- it exists in the themed rooms at Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando Resort. A whopping 670 square feet in size, the Jurassic Park Suites have a standard king bedroom with a sleeper sofa, plus a separate, themed kids' room with two twin beds and a flat-screen TV. Kids' rooms have "Jurassic Park" decor and mini dinosaur figurines. Suites sleep up to five guests.
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Wolf Den, KidKamp and KidCabin Suites - Great Wolf Lodge
Families visiting a Great Wolf Lodge don't only do so for the awesome indoor water parks -- they also want to experience a stay in one of the three themed suites: Wolf Den, KidKamp or KidCabin. The Wolf Den Suite features a cave-themed sleeping area for the kiddies and sleeps up to six people, the KidKamp Suite boasts a tent-themed sleeping area and sleeps up to six people, and the KidCabin Suite features a cabin-themed sleeping area and sleeps up to seven people, as well as a private balcony or patio.
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