When you’re leaving New Zealand for a holiday, the last thing you want to be doing at 3am is rounding up the kids while they try to find their missing sock and clean up spilt cornflakes. Holidays are supposed to be relaxing – from the very start!
Similarly, most hotels aren’t well-equipped for children – so once you do finally get out of the house, you spend your time finding ways to keep the kids occupied – and behaving.
Jet Park Hotel at Auckland Airport solves both these problems with its new tailor-made “Family Suites” which cater for mum, dad and up to four kids in a two-room interconnecting suite. Situated just five minutes from Auckland Airport, there’s no rush to get the family to the airport on time – Jet Park’s dedicated airport shuttle will pick your family up free of charge – 24 hours a day.
The new Family Suites cover over 70 square metres of space (which is more than the hotel’s apartments), and feature kid’s TV channel Nickelodeon; CD player and CDs including kid’s music; kid-friendly bed linen and cushions; a permanent baby bath with extra towels; bath towel and bath toy; a toy box with age-appropriate toys; and cots free of charge. There’s a dining area/lounge and kitchenette in the parent’s room, and a separate TV in the kids’.
The superb family-friendly facilities and services such as indoor play area, pool, bike hire, and gym, along with excellent local attractions Rainbow’s End, Butterfly Creek, and Ambury Park Farm, mean no bored kids – and very relaxed parents!
They say you can’t put a price on your own peace of mind, but for a limited time, these fabulous family suites are just $259 per night – and when you factor in Jet Park’s two week’s free car storage, it becomes an excellent-value option.
Every member of the family will feel the difference in their travels when they start and end their journey at Jet Park’s innovative new Family Suites. Not just a roof over your head, a stay at Jet Park could truly be one of the highlights of your trip – and let you and the kids start your holiday the minute you leave the house.