Press Release

Kids + Family = Fun

Gentry Destinations

This summer, Auberge Resorts is offering a family-friendly package at select properties. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorites.

Rocky Mountain Adventure
Aspen’s landmark hotel, HOTEL JEROME, is the perfect base for families to explore the town’s historic charm and embark on mountain adventures. Known as the city’s social hub, the Jerome is rich in Rocky Mountain spirit with its lively Living Room and the J-Bar, the legendary gathering place and home of Aspen’s best burger. Make family memories in the scenic Rocky Mountains with new activities such as trail-wagging with Rocky, the resort’s loveable Bernese Mountain Dog, or a two-hour private exploration of the great outdoors at Aspen Center for Exploration (ACES) with the choice of local and regional bird-watching, wild flower-viewing, or exploring a scenic nature preserve. www.hoteljerome.aubergeresorts.com

Beach Bound in Baja
CHILENO BAY RESORT & RESIDENCES—a contemporary new resort located on Los Cabos’ most swimmable beach features a sensational three-tiered swimming pool, complimentary watersports, toes-in-the-sand taco bar, “Pescaditos” kids club, on-site movie theater, and beachside hiking trails. Families can tailor their own summer escape by selecting two activities, such as a guided snorkeling tour, Mexican cooking class, smoothie class, family fitness class, or movie night. Their experience includes a family dinner at the resort’s open-air COMAL restaurant or TnT, the lively beachfront taco bar. www.chilenobay.aubergeresorts.com

Tun & Sun in Fiji
A South Pacific paradise along the coastline of Fiji’s main island Viti Levu, NANUKU welcomes guests into its warm Fijian family culture with spacious beachfront villas that feature private pools, resort amenities, and the attentive care of a dedicated “villa mama” to assist the entire family. Families can set sail with a two-hour family Hobie Cat sailing lesson, or get below the surface on a snorkeling tour of some of Fiji’s most colorful coral and sea life. Back on land, a food safari tour allows families to source local natural ingredients that Nanuku’s chefs will feature in a family dinner that evening. www.nanukufiji.com

By Jill Layman