Per AQUUM is perfect for families

Image for Jennifer Atkinson Jennifer Atkinson

While the Maldives and Dubai might not be the first place you think of for a luxury family holiday, with a stay at a Per AQUUM property you and your children will be exceptionally well catered for in these destinations.

What’s more, combining the two will make your travel arrangements easier and provide the opportunity for you to explore these different locations on the same holiday. 

Take, for example, if you went to NIYAMA; stopping on route with a connecting flight in Dubai. Begin your holiday in utter relaxation at the chilled-out Desert Palm. The Pool Residences are a great option for families with plenty of space and privacy. They boast a private swimming pool, sunbathing deck and dining area, a fully-fitted kitchen, two bathrooms and two bedrooms, a spacious living area and a study/third bedroom.

Stay in Dubai for a few nights and you can enjoy the shopping at The Mall of the Emirates, the Wild Wadi Waterpark, a dune desert safari and even Ski Dubai! 

You’ll then head on to the Maldives and the luxurious child-friendly offerings of NIYAMA. Arriving in style by seaplane, you and your children will feel as if you’ve landed in paradise, as well as getting a real sense of the seclusion and geography of this magical island resort. 

Younger guests will love the new island, Play, with its kids’ club, activities and childcare from 12 months (the youngest in the Maldives!). Older children and teens will be spoilt for choice by the array of watersports at FLOAT, as well as the land activities such as tennis and beach cricket. 

For the ultimate indulgence ask your Travel Specialist to arrange accommodation in a Two Bedroom Family Beach Pavilion with Pool. Amazingly, this has a personal spa in the comfort of your room, two bedrooms, two private pools and a Jacuzzi, a cocktail bar, a nanny’s room, a sun-deck, direct beach access and complimentary ice and cream and popcorn for the kids (or for you when they’ve gone to bed!). 

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