Although luxury and family holidays may not appear to go together, there are many ways that you can relax in style with a luxurious holiday that both you and your family can enjoy. From spacious accommodation to fashionable activities, there are a whole host of options available. In this article, it will guide you through the process of choosing the holiday of your dreams while also ensuring that it will suit both the needs of you and the other members of your family.

Where should you stay?

Although options such as adult cruises and 5-star hotels may not be available to you when you have a large family, there are many other options that can provide you with the luxury that you are searching for. Self-catered accommodation is one of the best options when it comes to combining family with a luxury vacation as this allows you to stay in a gorgeous apartment with all of the most modern facilities available, without disturbing any other guests. Group Villa Holidays can provide you with spacious accommodation that can cater towards large families while still providing you all you need to enable relaxation, with large swimming pools and other facilities such as air conditioning available to give you and your family the best experience possible, while adapting to your own family’s routines and lifestyle.

Where should you go?

Lapland, Finland is one of the best family holiday destinations if you want to combine both luxury and family. Finland is filled with a variety of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for both adults and children alike, with the opportunity to see the Northern Lights and even have a husky sled ride across the National parks. Not only this, but the capital Helsinki is filled with independent boutiques and designer brands to entice you to shop until you drop, and, combined with the solitude and isolation of some of Finland’s most remote areas, it is impossible not to relax, regardless of the kids.

The Caribbean is also known for its luxury, with sprawling white sandy beaches and palm trees lending an air of glamour to your surroundings. While you can sit back with a cocktail in hand and enjoy the views, there are plenty of organized water sports and beaches for your kids to play the day away on.

Although Disneyland may sound as if it is purely for the children, there are multiple ways that you can add a sprinkle of luxury to your stay in Orlando. The Disney Park’s restaurants are on a price scale which determines which restaurants are the most luxurious, with Cinderella’s Royal Table and the Be My Guest restaurant being some of the most desirable restaurants in the park for those that want to pretend to be a prince or princess for the evening. You can also inject luxury into your stay by paying a visit to Disney Springs. Although there is also copious entertainment for the children here, this area shows the luxurious side of Disney, with its designer shops and themed bars and restaurants allowing you to have a night out to remember.