Sunset Key Guest Cottages, A Westin Resort, off of Key West, has created packages just for tweens with everything from mini spa treatments to volunteerism opportunities.
The 40-cottage property, located on a 27-acre island, offers parents and tweens (ages 9-12) two packages to choose from: Spaaah Total Wellbeing (starting at $3,000 for a 2-bedroom cottage) and Wet & Wild Adventure (starting at $4,200 for a 2-bedroom cottage). With the Spaaah Total Wellbeing package, guests stay three nights and take part in a private, 1-hour workout session for two (tennis, yoga or Get Fit Boot Camp); receive two, 25-minute spa treatments with a post-treatment dessert bento box for two and two coconut-infused beverages; enjoy a demo on “no-cook” healthy lunches, snacks and treats; volunteer at the Key West Reef Relief or the Florida Keys Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center; and take part in a private, custom jewelry-making class for two.
Meanwhile on the 3-day Wet & Wild Adventure, tweens go on a guided kayak excursion or reef snorkel excursion; a volunteer excursion; a private, half-day charter fishing excursion where the chef will cook the day’s catch for dinner; a Dolphin Encounter at the Dolphin Research Center for two; and a photo scavenger hunt.
The package is available through Dec. 15, 2014 and accommodates one parent and one tween. Travelers can add an additional guest for $500. For more information, call (888) 477-7786 or visit westinsunsetkeycottages.com.