Family-Friendly Getaway at ADLER Resorts

Lifestyle Travel

Neither relaxation nor family time need to be compromised when vacationing at ADLER Spa Resorts. If you’re looking for a vacation where you can come home more relaxed than when you left, look no further. Both ADLER Thermae Spa & Relax Resort in Tuscany and ADLER Dolomiti & Sport Resort in the Dolomites are family-friendly resorts which offer activities for everyone.

Enjoy the warm thermal springs, regenerate your energy or spoil yourself and taking time off to enjoy the finer things in life at ADLER Thermae Tuscany. This 5-star destination offers a combination of nature and architecture, Italian nonchalance and carefree luxury in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.

ADLER Dolomiti Spa & Sport Resort which sits in Italy’s northeastern Dolomites mountain range, is a 114-room 5-star hotel featuring breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape, with architecture that’s beautifully integrated into the alpine setting. The property is known for its sprawling Water World area, which offers more than 30,000 square feet of hot and cold pools, baths, saunas and relaxation areas—all set within the private and peaceful oasis of ADLER Park, perfect for spending quality time with loved ones.

While mom and dad are having a relaxing day on their own, the kids are out making friends and having fun at the AKI Kids Club. AKI is open daily until at least 10 p.m. for travelers ages four to 12. The Club itself is managed by a team of experienced early childhood teachers, and the programs feature a daily roster of activities that range from arts and crafts, cooking, yoga and movement, treasure hunts, movie screenings and even a PlayStation corner.

For kids with an adventurous side that want to explore the surrounding areas, there are plenty of outdoor excursions including walks, picnics, farm visits and ski lessons in the Dolomites. Coaches are available to offer private lessons for skiing and horseback riding activities.

 At ADLER Thermae, some pools are even fed by the warm, magnesium-rich thermal waters of the local hot spring. Another popular activity for the adults includes a guided countryside walk to harvest herbs and other produce, followed by a lunchtime cooking class which focuses on using organic and local ingredients.

By Jackie Magurno