The Best Places to Travel With a Baby | Jetsetter.com

The Best Places to Travel With a Baby | Jetsetter.com


Hi everyone, I’m Clara. I’m the executive
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and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel. For today’s video, we’re going to be
talking about the best places to travel with your baby. I do have kids.
They’re a little bit older. In fact, they’re not here with me. I’m in Miami
right now at the Betsy Hotel having a fabulous time without them, I have to
admit, but I do miss them tremendously and I remember what it’s like to travel
with a baby. It’s difficult, it’s challenging, and you really want to pick
the greatest destinations that cater to that. While Miami did not make this list,
Seaside, Florida, did and I have to say Florida in general as a destination to
bring your kids is phenomenal. It’s probably the destination I brought my
kids to the most since they were born. Seaside, Florida, is on the Emerald Coast
and it is the most picturesque little village. In fact, it was a setting for
that movie “The Truman Show,” I don’t know if you remember that. It was a while back. It’s got white picket fences, there are more strollers than cars, it’s got a
very beachy, relaxed vibe, and I just love it for families. What’s really great
about Seaside, Florida, is the beaches are so calm, so it’s really, really great. You can take your baby into the water and feel
completely safe. The next destination I’m going to be talking about is Jamaica and
I think when you’re traveling with a baby, you want to limit your flying time
because—I’m not going to lie—it can be complete hell and for those parents out
there who have babies, you know how hellish it can be. Jamaica is so easy.
There are tons of flights from the U.S. and it’s a very short distance. So what
are you going to get in Jamaica when you get there? You’ve got those beautiful
Caribbean blue waters. It’s home to the all-inclusive so they’re really used to
having families there, and you’re also going to get incredible nanny services at
basically any hotel you check into. One of my favorite hotels in Jamaica for
families is Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Montego Bay. It’s a very beautiful
property, very upscale, super luxe, and one thing I love about it is they have a
family specialist to arrange all different family activities and
particularly for your baby. Another great thing about Round Hill is there are so
many different options to choose from in terms of rooms. You can stay in a suite,
you can stay in a cottage, so your family has different choices. And here’s a fun
fact: Paul McCartney and Ralph Lauren along with tons of other celebrities
have stayed here. One mistake parents often make is they
overlook cities, but don’t discount them. I explored lots of cities with my babies.
You just pop them the bjorn and you go. One of my favorite cities to explore
with babies is Toronto. It’s in Canada. Canadians are so friendly. It’s clean.
It’s safe. There are tons of green spaces. You can take the stroller pretty much
anywhere and there are tons of fun little things to do for kids. One of my
favorite hotels for families is Hotel X. It’s right on Lake Ontario so you have
beautiful views. The rooms are incredibly spacious, so you can put your kid to bed
and you don’t have to feel like you have to be quiet. You can kind of go into the
separate living area and enjoy some time with your partner. The hotel
restaurant is fantastic so you’ll be happy and there’s so many choices for
your little ones, especially for picky eaters so they’ll be happy, too. So for our next destination, we’re going
to talk about Sonoma. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Wine country…you do not
equate it with bringing a baby, but I will tell you I brought my little ones
there when they were I think six months old and had a fabulous vacation. The
towns are really inviting and the restaurants, even though if they’re upscale,
are very, very family-friendly. If you’re looking for a great place to stay,
I highly recommend Beltane Ranch. They’ve got these great standalone cottages, so I
recommend you book one of those. You and your family can spread out and you’ve
got the kitchenette there if you want to cook meals, you’ve got a great view of
the vineyards, and you’ll have a great time. So these are just a few of the great options of where you can bring your baby,
and if you’re looking for more destinations, definitely check out the
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