A FAMILY holiday with the kids can be difficult when trying to entertain everyone at once.
Thankfully, there are now a range of hotels which offer luxury for parents yet fun for young travellers.
Themed hotel rooms across the UK include pirates to princesses, and wizards to wonderland.
With many of them found near theme parks such as Alton Towers and Legoland, the stay can also be combined with some rides too.
Gruffalo Room, Chessington Hotel, Chessington – from £73.75pp per night
Favourite children’s book The Gruffalo, is best read in the Gruffalo themed rooms at Chessington Hotel.
The Quiet As A Mouse Room includes animated films and a fully themed bedroom with artwork of the iconic characters on the walls.
The hotel has also just launched a new Room on a Broom room alongside the new interactive attraction.
Bugbies Room, CBeebies Land Hotel, Staffordshire – from £57.25pp per night
While staying at Alton Towers Resort, there are a number of kiddie themed rooms to choose from at CBeebies Land Hotel.
The brightly coloured suites include the Bugbies Room, Postman Pat Room and the Octonauts Room, designed to fit families from two to five people.
Thomas the Tank Engine Room, Drayton Manor Hotel, Tamworth – from £45pp per night
Before visiting Drayton Manor theme park, staying at the Thomas the Tank Engine Room is definitely a must for any young fans.
A stay even includes a Character breakfast and a complimentary Thomas & Friends goody bag.
Pirate Room, Legoland Hotel, Windsor – from £31.75pp per night
Legoland guests guests can choose from a range of themed rooms, such as knights, pirates and adventurers.
A popular choice is the Pirate Room, where kids can enjoy a treasure hunt before staying in the swashbuckling pirate cabin.
Princess Suite, Gulliver’s Hotel, Cheshire – from £35.75pp per night
Gulliver’s Hotel is perfect for families who want a choice of themed hotel rooms, with a Pirate Suite, a Nerf Suite and even a Love Heart themed Swizzels Suite.
Popular with young girls is the Princess Suite, which is adorned with pink drapes and tales of adventure on the walls.
Lord Vader’s Quarters, Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton – from £54.50pp per night
Star Wars fans will enjoy Lord Vader’s Quarters in Brighton.
With guns and lightsabers, themed pictures of the cast and bunk beds to share, the room will make you feel like you’ve been transported into the films.
Flamingo Room, Wonderland House, Brighton – from £14pp per night
For large families, the Wonderland House can be booked out for up to 24 people.
The rooms include the Mirror Mirror Bedroom, The Tweedles, The Curiouser and Curiouser Room, the Queen of Hearts Room, and the pink themed Flamingo Room.
Wizard Chambers, Georgian House Hotel, London – from £66.50 per person per night
Harry Potter fans can be immersed in the franchise at the Wizard Chambers in London.
Cauldrons, Wizard Cups and decadent four poster beds add to the experience of being a young wizard.
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Brits looking to go abroad with the family during the Easter holidays don’t have to spend much money thanks to cheap deals for under £200.
Seven-day holidays to Europe can cost as little as £129pp, with destinations including Benidorm and Malta.
Parents who have different surnames to their children should check their passports before travelling, however, as the government advises additional documents to prevent problems at the airport.