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How Four Seasons Hampshire looks after kids ….

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This is my review of how the Four Seasons hotel in Hampshire looks after young children.

Here are some pictures from our stay at Four Seasons Hampshire last weekend, as I discuss in my main post today. These people know how to look after families better than anywhere else I know.

Personalised snack:

Four Seasons Hampshire review for children

Special kids toiletries:

Four Seasons Hampshire review for children toiletries

By the bath:

Four Seasons Hampshire review for kids - bathroom

To reach the sink:

Four Seasons Hampshire review for kids - bath step

Kids bathrobes:

Four Seasons Hampshire review for children - robes

And I haven’t shown you the steps at the front desk so they can climb up to see what is happening, the toy box at check-in they can raid, the free kids club, the free meals for under 5’s in some restaurants, the super-high quality oversized cots and Oliver, the hotel dog you can take for walks.

And this is NOT somewhere that advertises itself as a family hotel, just a very well run one.

If you are looking to book Four Seasons Hampshire, you should contact our booking partner Bon Vivant.  Bon Vivant is a Four  Seasons Preferred Partner agent and can get you additional amenities, including free breakfast and an £85 food and drink credit, with your booking.  You can contact Bon Vivant via the form on this page on Head for Points.

Comments (19)

  • Bristol Cities says:

    Great blog Mr Raffles, thoroughly enjoyable and informative read!

    Just got back from St Regis Doha, with my family including our 3 kids under 2 (plus 2 more family members), which had many of the features described above. They make a big play on accepting families and I must stay they delivered.

    Highlights included pre-upgraded to a gargantuan 2 bed Empire suite (I’m spg plat), agreeing to instal a mini-fridge, microwave & kettle to help us prepare the toddlers food and store the unlimited supply of complimentary full-fat milk, cute little red steps for the sink and a baby bathtub left in one of the ensuites on our first day (we did’nt ask, so very thoughtful of them). The butlers even washed our baby bottles on arrival after a long flight and later provided a steriliser for the rest of our 5 nite stay.

    They also gave us free use of a private cabana with its own mini pool/jacuzzi so the wee bairns could use the slightly warmer water.

    Awesome service. It was my first stay at a St Regis and I am now sold on the brand!