17 Kid-Themed Hotel Rooms That Will Delight the Whole Family

Surprise the kids (and kids at heart) with a stay in one of these delightfully themed hotel rooms on your next family trip.
Loews Royal Pacific Resort - Jurassic World Kids’ Suite
(Photo: Loews Royal Pacific Resort)

With their multiple bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, and comforts of home, vacation rentals are always a good bet for family vacations. There’s nothing wrong with budget hotels, either, especially since they usually offer complimentary perks such as continental breakfasts and use of the swimming pool. But if you’re looking for something extra special for your next family vacation, surprise the kids (and kids at heart) with a stay in one of these fun hotels for kids with kid-themed rooms that will delight everyone in the family.

Themed Hotel Rooms That Will Spark the Imagination

At these fun hotels for kids, arriving is just the start of the adventure. From an indoor treehouse guest room to a SpongeBob-themed “golden pineapple” family suite, these one-of-a-kind hotel rooms promise a trip the whole family will never forget.

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1. Themed Guest Rooms at Adventure Suites

North Conway, New Hampshire

Treehouse at Adventure Suites
Each hotel room at Adventure Suites features a different theme (Photo: Adventure Suites)

When it comes to themed hotel rooms, nothing quite compares to the rooms at Adventure Suites in North Conway, New Hampshire, where each of the hotel’s rooms features a unique theme. Popular themed rooms include The Jungle, Haunted Castle, and the Treehouse, which has a giant tree “trunk,” picnic table, and a mini three-way doorway the kids will love. 

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2. Camp Snoopy Room at Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel

Buena Park, California

Camp Snoopy Guestroom at Knott's Berry Farm Hotel
Stay in the Camp Snoopy Room for a bedtime tuck-in from Snoopy himself (Photo: Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel)

After you’ve spent the day at Camp Snoopy and Knott’s Berry Farm, retreat to your Snoopy-themed room at Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel, located just steps from the theme park. Themed rooms include Snoopy plush dolls and a bedtime tuck-in from Snoopy himself! 

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3. Pineapple Villa at Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic 

Pineapple Villa at Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana
Spend the night in a pineapple under the sea at Nickelodeon Resort’s Pineapple Villa (Photo: Karisma Hotels)

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob Squarepants—and your family when you book a stay in the Pineapple Villa at the all-inclusive Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Punta Cana! This whimsically themed villa can sleep up to six guests (four adults and two children or two adults and four children) and features an infinity pool and SpongeBob-inspired furnishings and decor throughout.

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4. The Lair Suite at Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Riviera Maya

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Turtle Lair Suite at Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Riviera Maya
The Lair Suite can accommodate up to five Ninja Turtle-loving guests (Photo: Karisma Hotels and Resorts)

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles-themed Lair Suite at Nickelodeon Hotels and Resorts Riviera Maya is the perfect place to relax, swim (in an infinity pool that runs the length of the suite), and enjoy a pizza party, of course. (Read our full hotel review here.) This rooftop penthouse suite can accommodate up to five guests. Cowabunga!

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5. Eloise Suite at The Plaza New York

New York, New York

Eloise Suite
The Plaza’s Eloise Suite is outfitted in pink and white (Photo: The Plaza, A Fairmont Managed Hotel)

Outfitted in pink and white, this darling suite at The Plaza New York features Eloise books, dolls, and dress-up clothing; Eloise tea for two at The Palm Court; a $100 gift card to the Eloise at the Plaza store; a letter from Eloise herself; and so much more. It’s the ultimate New York vacation splurge for kids.

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6. Despicable Me Kid’s Suites at Universal’s Loews Portofino Bay

Orlando, Florida

Kids love spending the night in a bedroom that resembles Gru’s Laboratory (Photo: Loews Portofino Bay Hotel)

The Despicable Me Kid’s Suites at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando accommodate up to five guests with a king bed in one bedroom and a second bedroom that resembles Gru’s Laboratory, complete with two missle-shaped beds for the Minions in your group. The Universal theme parks in Orlando are only a complimentary shuttle away.

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7. Jurassic World Kids’ Suites at Universal’s Loews Royal Pacific Resort

Orlando, Florida

Watch out for raptor in this Jurassic World-themed hotel suite for kids (Photo: Loews Royal Pacific Resort)

The neighboring Loews Royal Pacific Resort features Jurassic World Kids’ Suites with two rooms (one for parents and another for kids) complete with dinosaur prints on the floor and gyrosphere beds designed to make kids feel like they’re navigating jungle terrain in search of Velociraptors and Pterodactyls. These suites sleep up to five guests.

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8. Themed Guest Rooms at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Orlando, Florida

Cars Room at Disney's Art of Animation Resort
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and All-Star Music Resort are both fun hotels for kids (Photo: Disney)

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort features themed guest rooms for The Lion King, Finding Nemo, Cars, and other Disney favorites. Better yet, the guest rooms can accommodate up to five guests—one of two only Disney Value Resorts to offer this option. (The other is Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, where family suites are themed to Mickey Mouse and the gang.)

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9. Wolf Den Suites at Great Wolf Lodge

Multiple Locations

Themed Wolf Den Suite with Bunk Beds (Photo: Great Wolf Lodge)
Great Wolf Lodge’s Wolf Den Suites have a special bunk bed area for kids (Photo: Photo: Great Wolf Lodge)

Kids love the indoor water park, high-energy ropes course, and family-friendly dining options at Great Wolf Lodge locations across the U.S. But here’s another reason these indoor water park resorts are so popular: The Wolf Den Suites! Available at select locations including Great Wolf Lodge New England, the Wolf Den Suites feature a separate bunk bed area for kids.

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10. Great Indoors Family Room at Basecamp Tahoe City

Tahoe City, California

Camp indoors with an overnight stay at Basecamp Tahoe City (Photo: Basecamp Tahoe City)

Go camping indoors at the Basecamp Tahoe City, which offers a Great Indoors Family Room featuring canvas-tented, bunk-style beds. It also has a faux log fire, camping chairs and a picnic table.

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11. Cinderella’s Gown at The Roxbury

Roxbury, New York

Cinderella's Gown Room at The Roxbury
The Roxbury’s eight Tower Cottages each feature a different theme (Photo: The Roxbury)

An unassuming motel in the Catskills, The Roxbury features eight Tower Cottages with unusual themes ranging from The Superhero Incognito to Dracula’s Fangs. Perhaps the most magical room—especially for kids—is Cinderella’s Gown, featuring a giant pumpkin carriage and, of course, the princess’s gown.

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12. Winter the Dolphin Room at Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach

Clearwater, Florida

Winter the Dolphin Room at Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach
Some proceeds from the Winter and Friends room are donated to Clearwater Marine Aquarium (Photo: Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach)

In 2017, the Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach announced what would become a huge success: a partnership with the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, home to Winter the Dolphin (star of Dolphin Tale) and her “sister,” Hope. During her inspirational life, Winter resided at the nearby aquarium. 

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The beachfront hotel offers Winter and Friends guest rooms that immerse guests in the world of marine life rescue. The best part? A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium to support rescued marine animals.

13. Mickey Mouse Penthouse at the Disneyland Hotel

Anaheim, California

Mickey Mouse Penthouse at The Disneyland Hotel
The Mickey Mouse Penthouse features unique artwork and stellar views of Disneyland (Photo: Disney)

The ultimate place to spend the night at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, the Mickey Mouse Penthouse at Disneyland Hotel features floor-to-ceiling windows with stellar views of the parks. It also features unique artwork, including photos of Mickey and Walt Disney rarely seen by the public, and Mickey Mouse motifs like a Mickey Mouse light on the living room ceiling.

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There are two bedrooms, one of which has an animator’s station where kids can draw characters and watch them come to life. The Disneyland Hotel also offers other themed suites.

14. Cartoon Network Dream Suites at Cartoon Network Hotel

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Powerpuff Girls Dream Suite at the Cartoon Network Hotel
Cartoon Network Hotel’s Dream Suites are themed around Adventure Time, Ben 10, Steven Universe, and Powerpuff Girls (Photo: Cartoon Network Hotel)

The Cartoon Network Hotel offers four Dream Suites themed around different Cartoon Network shows: Adventure Time, Ben 10, Steven Universe, and Powerpuff Girls. Our favorite is the Powerpuff Girls Dream Suite, where Buttercup, Blossom, and Bubbles can be seen on all of the decor throughout the room, which accommodates up to six guests with a separate master bedroom and another themed area with two sets of bunk beds.

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Several of the hotel’s standard guest rooms are also themed. Bonus: The Cartoon Network Hotel is located right next to Dutch Wonderland.

15. LEGO Themed Guest Rooms at LEGOLAND Hotel

Multiple Locations

LEGOLAND Hotel Themed Room
Stay in a room themed to LEGO Adventure, Kingdom, Pirates, Friends, or Ninjago (Photo: LEGOLAND Resort)

At LEGOLAND California Hotel (as well as the brand’s Florida and New York locations), families can stay in themed guest rooms with bunk beds. Themes such as Adventure, Kingdom, Pirates, Friends, and Ninjago are available, and amenities include in-room scavenger hunts!

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16. Family Suite at the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo

Monte Carlo, Monaco

The Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo’s Family Suite is delightfully over the top (Photo: Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo)

The Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo recently debuted a Suite for Kids in partnership with Sabrina Monte-Carlo Kids. The delightfully over-the-top room includes furniture, decor and amenities just for kids, including a small boudoir with an entrance for little ones. Guests of this suite enjoy buffet breakfast and access to the onsite pool (designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld), as well as tickets to the Oceanographic Museum and a Petit Train Tour of Monaco.

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17. Willy Wonka Room at The Chocolate Box Hotel

Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The Chocolate Box Hotel’s Willy Wonka-inspired guest room is a sweet delight (Photo: LateRooms.com)

In 2021, the U.K.’s Chocolate Box Hotel began offering a Willy Wonka-inspired guest room in honor of the the movie’s 50th anniversary. This fantastical room features lick-able wallpaper (just like the movie); a chocolate fountain with fruit and other treats for dipping; jars of gobstoppers, gumballs and other candy; and in the bathroom, chocolate-scented toiletries and a bathrobe that resembles the purple jacket worn by Mr. Wonka. The key to the room? A golden ticket.

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Amanda Norcross
Amanda Norcross is a family travel expert who's previously written for FamilyVacationist. Her expertise has also been featured in major media outlets including Bloomberg, Cheddar, Family Vacation Critic, NBC News, Red Tricycle, SmarterTravel, The New York Times, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, and The Weather Channel. Amanda enjoys traveling with her curious toddler and seeing the world through his eyes.