Family Reunion? The Best High-End Suites For Large Groups
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Family Reunion? The Best High-End Suites For Large Groups

Outrigger Reef
Noe Dewitt
Outrigger Reef
Noe Dewitt

Savvy hotels and ships are expanding with suites that sleep up to 15—and come with all the comforts of a luxury retreat.

Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach, Hawaii

A family of 12 can relax by the beach at this Oahu property's four-bedroom Oceanfront Suite. The resort can arrange surfing lessons or a guided tour of nearby Pearl Harbor. Should you want to split up, there's retail therapy for the grown-ups at the massive Ala Moana Center and, for the adventurous, snorkeling at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve. Afterward, everyone can reconvene for a sunset catamaran cruise into the Pacific.  Four-bedroom suites from $2,399 per night.

Beaches Resort Villages & Spa, Turks and Caicos

At the new Key West Four-Bedroom Butler Villa, head to Kimonos for the knife-juggling chefs, then ask for Elmo to read the kids a bedtime story. From $1,800 per adult per night, all-inclusive.

Nantucket Hotel & Resort, Massachusetts

The Captain Cromwell and Captain Daggett suites (which sleep 11 and 15, respectively) are both steps from Nantucket's powdery beaches. Four-bedroom suites from $3,645 per night.

White Stallion Ranch, Arizona

Families of 10 can now corral together in the four-bedroom Hacienda at this 3,000-acre ranch. Horseback riding, breakfast cookouts, and horseshoe tossing are just a few of the activities. From $1,400 per night, all-inclusive.

Royal Caribbean, Anthem of the Seas

The newest ships have the ability to connect up to four cabins, and offer activities like skydive simulators and bumper cars. Eight-night cruise from $1,200 per person, all-inclusive.

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