With summer just around the corner, families seeking a private island escape will find the ideal setting at the Cotton House hotel where children 12 and under stay free May 1-August 31st, 2021 on the legendary island of Mustique.
Frequented by celebrities, royals and stylish jet-setting families alike, Mustique itself serves as a natural playground for all ages, to explore one of the most sought-after destinations in the word.
As most parents can attest, traveling with young children and teens can pose as a challenge. The iconic private island of Mustique has found ways to combat the inevitable, with drop-in social activities that allow for a healthy balance of fun and freedom, the whole family will benefit from.
The island’s dedicated Social Director can arrange a host of digitally detoxifying activities with water sports galore, from family snorkelling missions to spot turtles to sailing lessons on the Hobie Cats in Endeavour Bay. Children are also welcome to experience the magic with Mustique’s junior Tennis and pony camps, open-air cinemas, Friday night pizza parties, sunset football matches, kite flying competitions and more. Registered nannies are also available to ensure an exciting, carefree time for the whole family.
Mustique also happens to be one of the most private and safest places in the world, with a first-class security and medical team on island to ensure a safe environment for teenagers to roam safely at their will and mingle with newfound friends allowing parents to relax and unwind in confidence.
Created from an original 18th century cotton warehouse and located a few steps away from scenic Endeavour Bay, the historic Cotton House features 17 suites and cottages, including a spacious presidential suite. Within its accommodations, the hotel offers private balconies and decks, outdoor lounge areas, and state of the art technology for ultimate comfort. The presidential Residence is complete with a swimming pool and butler service.
Guests of the Cotton House enjoy access to the hotel’s fitness center and to exclusive treatments at the spa and wellness center. Cuisine is supreme, from refreshing cocktails at The Great Room Bar to fine dishes at the Veranda Restaurant and relaxed bites by the sea at the hotel’s Beach Café. Guests can also treat themselves to dinner and live jazz at the internationally renowned Basil’s Bar.
A stay at the Cotton House starts from $710 per night based on double occupancy, with breakfast, tax and service fee included. For more information on Mustique Island and the Cotton House visit www.mustique-island.com.