Take a “No Kids Allowed” Vacation

by Kristina on September 5, 2012 · 4 comments

couple walking on beachI don’t know about you, but there is nothing worse for me than being in a place that I love and hearing the loud cries and screams of an unhappy (or hungry) child.  When I am out eating at a restaurant, browsing new releases in a bookstore, or relaxing on a beach the last thing in the world I want to hear is the sound of a screaming child; honestly it’s almost as annoying as finger nails scraping down a chalkboard.

I know that some of us are Dinks by our own personal choice, and some of us are Dinks by mother nature’s choice so please don’t misunderstand what I am trying to say; I don’t hate kids, I am just not a big fan of unnecessary noise.

Our friends at Dink Life recently sent out an email with some links to great vacation spots that are completely kid-free. Dink Life is a website by Dinks and for Dinks. It is sort of an interactive community board where Dinks can meet other Dink couples in their area, get coupons for Dink-related products and basically discuss everything Dink-related from our careers to our relationships.

I know that the “no kids” subject can be very sensitive and before our inbox fills up with all kinds of mail I just want to include my own personal disclaimer.  I want to say that just because I don’t want to go on vacation with kids doesn’t necessarily mean that I don’t like kids.  Not having kids is a personal choice that I made with my boyfriend Nick. I don’t feel bad about not wanting to be around kids because many resorts, restaurants, and hotels advertise that they are “family friendly”.  I think it’s great that these hotels are “couples-friendly”.



Check Out these Hotels with a No-Kid Policy

– The Body Holiday, St. Lucia

This wellness-focused hotel offers Yoga, Pilates, Tennis, Scuba, Tai Chi, and Golf for all of its visitors. If being active on vacation isn’t your thing you can also spend your days lazing on the beach.

– Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, Aruba

This is Aruba’s only boutique resort with a no kid policy. Bucuti is located on world-renowned Eagle Beach; it went kid-free in 2010.

– The House, Barbados

This resort is considered to be the ultimate adult experience with complimentary champagne breakfasts, afternoon tea and evening canapés.  You will also receive a jet-lag revival massage when you arrive.

– Jade Mountain, St. Lucia

This hotel is known for its fabulous location, it sits on the edge of the Caribbean Sea with St Lucia’s magnificent Piton Mountains as the primary view. Every suite has its own infinity pool and 15-foot ceilings.

– Triple Creek Ranch, Mont.

Located in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley (about an hour south of Missoula), Triple Creek Ranch is a luxury resort. There’s a variety of on-site and off-site activities, including massages, raft trips, a cooking school, cattle drives and horseback rides.

– The Royal Cancun & The Royal Playa del Carmen, Mexico

These Royal Resorts are adult-only all-inclusive resorts. Children under 16 years old are not permitted. Single adults and couples are welcome.

– Galley Bay Resort & Spa, Antigua

This all-inclusive, adults-only, beachfront resort is situated on 40 acres of private paradise.  It is surrounded by a bird sanctuary and a three-quarter-mile-long stretch of beach on the sunset side of Antigua.

– Casa Velas, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

This boutique hotel is located just five minutes from Puerto Vallarta Airport and only 15 minutes from the popular downtown area.  This hotel features 80 elegant suites, some which have private pools and Jacuzzis.

– Kenwood Inn & Spa, Sonoma, Calif.

This 29-room resort in northern California’s Sonoma Valley requires guests to be at least 18 years of age. This is a Mediterranean-style resort with three lush courtyards – each with its own exquisite saline pool.

Photo by gareth1953

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1 DC @ Young Adult Money September 5, 2012 at 1:29 pm

We went to a Sandals resort for our honeymoon and loved it! Loved that there was no kids there and would definitely consider going to a no-kid resort again in the future.

2 Sam September 6, 2012 at 5:08 am

St Lucia is certainly somewhere we want to go in the future, so thanks for the info and the link, it gave us a good idea.

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