The best all-inclusive resorts in Europe for families

Included childcare from: 1+

This mega, 469-room beachside resort was entirely renovated ahead of its 2021 opening, and stands out on this list for its VIP ‘Signature Level All-Inclusive concept’, launched in late March 2024. The latter grants access to all sorts of special areas, such as an exclusive pool and private parts of the beach and certain restaurants, and includes a personal butler to cater to your every preference, right down to the snacks – restocked daily – in your mini-bar. It also allows you priority booking in the Miniclub, a space for those from four to 12 which runs arts and crafts, sports and educational games, and has its own pool. The Baby Club, meanwhile, is for babes, toddlers and pre-schoolers aged one to three, and The Black and White Junior Club is a private space for teens up to 16 to play video games and the like. Grand Palladium Sicilia’s location in the pretty town of Campofelice di Roccella and proximity to Palermo, as well as seaside spots such as Cefalù, Bagheria, Termini Imerese and Monreale, nature reserves including Serra Guarneri, and quiet beaches in Mazzaforno and Settefrati, is also wonderful for families who like to explore. For those that don’t or for down days, on site there’s an adults-only spa, steak and Sicilian dishes among other cuisines at the three à la carte restaurants, and six bars (Signature Level includes ‘premium’ drinks).

Address: Viale Himera, 7/8 ss 113 Km 204.3, 90010 Campofelice di Roccella PA, Italia
Price: from £6,696 for a six-night stay start for a family of four sharing a Signature Level suite for mid-August dates

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