Where to go this Summer
At Kid & Coe we champion the idea that vacations are not just for parents. Bringing your kids to explore the world introduces them to new experiences, builds their compassion and gives them a chance to realize that the world is an incredible place.
This summer, we’re championing taking your kids to the beach – of course – but also to the world’s most exciting capital cities. There’s so much to see and do in summer, and you never know what is going to plant a seed and become a guiding inspiration for their future.
Our 600+ properties include beach houses, family homes, city apartments and much more, all fully child safe and hand picked to include residences fully stocked with strollers, baby baths, high chairs and other items so you can travel more simply and enjoy the journey.
With prices starting at $150 per night, Kid & Coe is the perfect alternative to a hotel if you’re traveling as a family, offering more space and great value for money.
1. Santa Monica, LA
From its iconic pier to the colorful characters of Venice’s Ocean Front Walk, this part of Los Angeles has plenty to entertain all the family. Relax in the sand, take beginners surf lessons and stock up for family meals at the local farmers’ market.
See: Sunset on the beach, an essential Santa Monica experience.
Eat: At Enterprise Fish Company, where kids meals come in paper boats and there is an aquarium
Play: At Ashland Park where the kids playground is in the shape of a ship
Stay: The Superba Avenue Residence, a family home sleeping up to 4 plus 2 babies.
2. Costa Rica
Surf, birdwatch and sink into the sands of the Nicoya Peninsula, where you can tour the rainforest by day and be lulled to sleep by the waves of the Pacific by night.
See: Macaw, Spider Monkeys and Sea Turtles at the Curu Wildlife Reserve.
Eat: Tierra y Fuego in Tambor, for wood-fired pizzas and a fantastic atmosphere.
Play: At Mal Pais, a beach community known for its great surf.
Stay: At the Tango Mar Residence, a luxury villa sleeping up to 12.
Bring your brollies and take a stroll round London town to discover museums, galleries and parks and playgrounds your kids will love.
See: Buckingham Palace is open for the summer while the royal family are on their annual holidays.
Eat: Jamie’s Italian serves up great kid-friendly grub all over the city.
Play: At the Diana Memorial Playground in Kensington Gardens (but be prepared for crowds – it’s very popular!)
Stay: At the Hatfield Road Residence in Chiswick, a family home sleeping up to five.