Top 12 Interconnecting rooms
We know the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your family has the space, privacy and security of interconnecting, interleading or adjoining rooms. Many of our luxury hotels and resorts offer these options throughout the year and there are also often exceptional savings to take advantage of on second rooms for children.
Design throughout is clean and contemporary – the spacious suites are furnished in the warm, muted tones of the African savannah interspersed with splashes of bright colour and feature private balconies or terraces. This urban resort offers an exquisite selection of luxury accommodation – choose to stay in the Marina Rise with its harbour or mountain views or experience the exclusive island with its own pool area and private balconies.
Raised up amid ancient ebony trees, three high end suites - two of which are linked by glass sky walkways - provide ideal accommodation for families. Each is air-conditioned and comes complete with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, a fireplace, en suite bathroom, lap pool and outdoor shower.
Comprising of nine inter-leading luxury rooms, each room has air conditioning, an en-suite bathroom with separate shower and bathtub, satellite TV and minibar. Outside in the carefully tended grounds there’s a swimming pool with a shallow area for children.
For an unsurpassable experience, guests can book the entire 16th floor at the top of Four Seasons Orlando, which features the exquisite Royal Suite and deluxe Presidential Suite. Overlooking Magic Kingdom Park, the nine-bedroom Royal Suite boasts a pantry kitchen, living area, dining room, office, media room and family room. The four-bedroom Presidential Suite is equally spacious and impressive, featuring cutting-edge electronics. The elevators leading to the 16th floor will be specially programmed to accommodate only your keys, so you needn't worry about privacy or security. Make the most of your exclusive quarters and enjoy uninterrupted views over the Epcot firework display from the Presidential Suite or the Magic Kingdom Park firework display from the Royal Suite.
Kit Kemp had one saying in mind when she designed this hotel; ‘Wow, I’ve arrived’. And while there isn’t a room across all 16 floors that isn’t worthy of this exclamation, The Whitby Suite is the one that gets our loudest gasp. Spanning the entire top floor with a front and back spacious terrace (almost as large as the living room itself) it offers two sweeping views of the skyline that are so rare to find, it’s bound to take a moment to sink in. Step back inside and find a two-bedroom, two bathroom, living room suite; dressed with the finest customised artistry of Chesterfield sofas, silver roll top baths, and headboards embroidered by dress designers with beading so sweet we could almost eat them.
Suites here are strikingly modern in design, where a conscious use of indigenous materials and embracing of the outdoors mean robust wooden pillars lead to private bath gardens complete with open-air shower and heated plunge pool. For bigger gatherings, the private two-, three- and six-bedroom lagoon villas adopt pared-down minimalism (spot on for the natural setting) and are airy, light residences; offering a home-away-from-home experience that melds with Mayakoba’s signature feeling of rustic luxury.
35 rooms; 80 suites; 14 villas. In a destination where image is everything, this wholesome wonderland welcomes back its loyal guests, young and old, each year. Within this tree-sheltered haven, it’s down by the pool that makes for a central meeting hub for families. Where parents and grandparents tell of their day spent cooking with a local Spanish family, and children gush about their time making pizzas and mixing fragrances from the ingredients they tended in their own garden patch.
321 rooms, suites and villas, some with private infinity pools. Stretching out along the Ionian Sea and close to the iconic, white-crescent of Voidokilia beach – this glossier of two upmarket hotels on an expansive resort is a place to revel in the great outdoors.
197 rooms and suites; 6 pool villas, luxurious eco-friendly architecture amid olive trees and orange groves and surrounded by charming villages and ancient Greek and Roman ruins. Reclining on 570 acres of beachfront miles away from the overpopulated suntraps, Rocco Forte’s first venture into building its own hotels is a crowd-pleasing, private affair.
Each of the hotel’s four levels offers a contrasting style of accommodation – Alpine Chalet, Contemporary, American Lodge and Scandinavian. The “Ours” Bear Suite benefits from a private Jacuzzi, sauna and Hammam, whilst some of the rooms and suites feature fireplaces.
Modern Alpine style accommodation is accompanied by exceptional views to the spectacular Dents du Midi, the spacious rooms and suites boasting extra large bathrooms, balconies and up-to-the-minute technology.
Nordic chic meets Alpine hospitality in high altitude Val Thorens. Log fires and fur throws meld with rich fabrics in energising shades, bathrooms mineral inspired. Families will appreciate the interconnecting rooms and split-level suites which include a separate sleeping cabin for two children.