Details: Book online up to midnight before you visit for adult: £25/€27 (compared to £39/€42 on the day) child (4-11): £20/€21.60, child (2-3): £7/€7.60. There’s also a Rainy Day Guarantee and a Stay & Play package.Why: The newly opened hotel takes ‘child-friendly’ to new heights with toddler steps at check-in, a tunnel to the gift shop, rooms with built-in toys and toddler height peepholes, and Bing Bunny wandering around reception. Children with special needs will love the sensory décor and the Something Special features.Details: £140- £160/€151-€173 (peak season) for a two-night break and £55/€59 per night thereafter. Insider Tip: There’s no playground on-site but if you’re experiencing swings and slides withdrawal, check out the amazing new playground at nearby Gosford Forest. Where: Marne-le-Vallée, France Why: One of the perks of having pre-school age kids is being able to go places like Disneyland off-peak when queues won’t be as hellish. A two-night/three-day stay at Sequoia Lodge (it’s one of the closest hotels to the park) with park entry for a family of four travelling midweek in September costs €917 on Insider Tip: It’s a myth that you can’t bring food into the park. Steer clear of hampers and cooler bags and keep sarnies and snacks in backpacks.Yes, it is too big for them (hire a stroller, and check out rides on You Tube first to have a game plan). But it is magical and most toddler-friendly rides are handily grouped together in Fantasyland. More: 10 most important things to know before you visit Disney NB: Pól Ó Conghaile Remember the first package holiday you took?Duplo Valley is where you’ll spend most of your time, but the Spinning Spider in Land of the Vikings is also worth a look if your child is adventurous. rides have a range of height restrictions and varying rules on how many adults can go with how many children.Details: Adults: £60/€65 on the gate or £45/€49 if you book online seven days in advance. Check online for 2 for 1 vouchers and Kids Go Free deals before booking (uk).
Insider Tip: Make a beeline for the under 8s Discovery section on the second floor and don’t get way laid by the ground-floor’s Spacebase soft play area (which is only for over 3s and costs an extra £3.50).Born and raised in the Southeastern United States, Turner renounced her American citizenship after obtaining Swiss citizenship in 2013.