Family cruise holidays

Top 5 most exciting cruises for Easter 2020

Last updated 7th July 2020
Innovative activities, revitalising spas and spectacular entertainment make this selection of cruises some of the best around for fun families of all ages

1/5 San Francisco & Hawaii – Grand Princess

With brand new top deck dining venues, Grand Princess is the go-to cruise for foodies, having won Food & Wine Magazine’s Best Cruise Line for Food Lovers. Eating aside, there are also a fantastic array of family-friendly activities to keep guests entertained as they journey between San Francisco and Hawaii, from Movies Under the Stars® to exciting Broadway productions.

2/5 Singapore, Malaysia & Beaches of Bali – Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas®

When it comes to on board innovations, Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas® is leading the way, with high-tech productions, skydiving simulators, elevating capsules, and rock-climbing walls. For a more relaxing trip, the vitality spa provides luxury treatments as guests cruise between Singapore and the sandy beaches of Bali.

3/5 All-inclusive Spain and Portugal – Celebrity Apex

The brand new Celebrity Apex℠ is an exciting cruise liner boasting luxurious accommodation, speciality restaurants and boutique shopping. The American Ballet Theatre provides unique entertainment for guests as they travel across Spain and Portugal, while the resort deck features a swimming pool, rooftop garden, jogging track and solarium. 

4/5 New York & Bermuda – Norwegian Gem

Whether it’s chilling by the pool, enjoying a relaxing spa treatment or filling up on culinary delights in one of the two main dining rooms, Norwegian Gem offers the perfect family cruise, with dedicated spaces for kids and spacious suites. Setting off from New York, guests also have the chance to enjoy the Big Apple in a three-night stay at a four-star hotel.

5/5 Miami & Caribbean – MSC Seaside

Seafront promenades, glass-floored catwalks and panoramic elevators make MSC Seaside a great choice for families, as they cruise between some of the Caribbean’s most luxurious destinations, including the Bahamas and Cayman Islands. A four-deck atrium houses a full entertainment schedule, while a Balinese spa offers signature relaxation treatments to leave guests feeling revitalised.