Children find staying at a hotel for a night or two the best adventure ever – and that’s just the standard hotel room. But if you really want to blow their minds, you should up the ante of your fall family trip with a stay at a hotel with themed rooms. There is no shortage of themed rooms and there’s one for every kid’s interest.
So, here are 5 of the best themed hotels for fall family activities!
Thomas the Tank Engine – Highland Resort, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan
When you think of kids and trains, your brain eventually ends up thinking about good ol’ Thomas the Train. At the base of Mt. Fuji, you can do all things Thomas the Train at the Highland Resort inside the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park, right by Thomas Land. For about $100 USD a night, you can choose from eight train themed rooms, including:
- James’ Passenger car room
- Thomas and Hiro’s Express Cars room
- Various stations and luxury liner themed rooms
- Thomas the Train themed room with a view of Mt. Fuji!
Adventure Suites: The Theme Hotel – North Conway, New Hampshire
There’s an entire hotel in New Hampshire dedicated to themed rooms. Their meticulously curated and decorated rooms make sure that everyone who stays has the best fun fall adventures. There are 18 themed suites, which include:
- The Cave
- Dragon’s Lair
- Haunted Castle
- Wolf Den
A one-night stay will cost you between $200-$400+ depending on the days you stay.
LEGOLAND Hotel – San Diego, CA and Orlando, Florida
Since 1932, LEGO pieces have been a standard in any kid’s toybox. You can make anything you can imagine and the only downside is accidentally stepping on one. At both the Florida and California LEGOLAND Parks, you can choose your adventure with 5 different themed rooms:
- LEGO Friends
With each room, guests are welcomed with a treasure hunt, a sleeping area for kids, a king-sized bed, and LEGO pieces to play. Each themed room stay can cost up to $500 USD.
The Pineapple Villa – Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Punta Cana
You can live in a pineapple above the sea when you visit the Nickelodeon Hotel & Resort in Punta Cana. The Pineapple Suite has all of the standard amenities other rooms have, including cozy bathrobes, a free-standing tub, and a rainforest showerhead, but many extras that will make you feel like King Neptune and Mindy. These include:
- An infinity pool
- A private outdoor shower,
- 24-hour butler service
- Preferred access to all restaurants and spas
- Baby amenities
It costs about $3800 per night to live in the pineapple above the sea.
Mickey Mouse Penthouse – Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, CA
Last, but not least, the King himself, Mickey Mouse’s Penthouse. Get the ultimate experience in his 1600 square feet suite fitted with Mickey colors and décor. You get a view with the two bedroom, two and a half washroom suite that also comes with a kitchen! It’s expensive living like Mickey – about $2000-$3000 a night and you can only book by telephone.
Make your vacation memorable with a themed hotel!