Looking for an adventurous getaway with the family, somewhere the kids will be entertained the entire trip? Head to Camelback Resort, located in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Camelback Resort puts families’ and kids’ entertainment first and offers an endless amount of adventures and activities for the whole family.
Start the day early to enjoy breakfast at Hemispheres, located right in the lobby — it’s hard to miss! Make sure to try Grandmas Cinnabon for two. It’s delicious! Once you’re full, it’s time to get ready for the day ahead.
Next, spend the day splashing and relaxing at the resort’s indoor waterpark, Aquatopia. With more than 12 slides, a wave pool, lazy river, play areas for the kids and more, there are endless amounts of things for you to do during the day. If you want to take the relaxation to the next level, rent your own private cabana for the day.
Another way to spend the day is in the great outdoors — whether you choose to explore the mountain from the ground, above the trees or both. Blast down the mountain side on the Appalachian Express Mountain Coaster, then zoom among the trees on the various zip line courses.
There are plenty of different suites and accommodations for families of all types — from one-bedroom to two-bedroom, deluxe suites and condos. All these options make it easier for larger families to feel comfortable in a hotel room and allows them to stay together instead of splitting into two rooms.
If you are interested in going this spring, check out the resort’s latest offer: Unlimited Mountain Adventure. Available through May 27, guests who book mid-week stays will enjoy a $100 all-access pass to unlimited access at Camelback Mountain Adventures. This pass will include the Double Barrel Ziplines, The Appalachian Express Mountain Coaster and the Zip-Flyer Zipline!
After driving through the arts and entertainment district of Delray Beach, I was expecting the lively and vibrant energy to follow me to my doorstep at Crane’s Beach House that evening. I was pleasantly surprised when the spirited rumble of a night downtown halted right at the front gate. As I walked the pathway to the front office for check-in, I was welcomed by a quiet rustle of the greenery and flowers that guided my walk, strung with lights and colorful, tropical décor. At check-in I was provided with a complimentary parking pass; although I would only be there for one night, I much appreciated this unexpected perk. I received my room information, including a pass code that would open my door. Keyless entry was a nice touch.
Barclays and Frontier Airlines announced a first-ever introductory offer for the Frontier Airlines World Mastercard: no annual fee for the first year, then $79 every year after. New cardmembers also earn 50,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases.
Kontiki Expeditions shared a look at one of the nine luxury staterooms on its new boutique yacht M/Y Kontiki Wayra. Launching in August, each stateroom creates an inviting space of comfort and beauty. The yacht follows a biophilic design, mirroring the ambiance and look of the landscapes visited and connecting people to the environment.
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The Qatar National Tourism Council began a large-scale project to refurbish a fleet of more than 40 traditional dhow boats, part of an initiative to improve service excellence across Qatar’s hospitality sector. The three-phase project includes the refurbishment of the dhows, the modernization of marinas and jetties, and health and safety training for crew members and boat drivers.
Ponant has announced a vaccination requirement for all guests and crew members over 16 years old, a policy addition that complements its already comprehensive hygiene and sanitary measures currently in place. Guests and crew also need to provide proof of a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours of boarding.
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