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Traveling to The St. Regis Resort Bal Harbour Resort with the kids is a breeze, thanks to the kids’ swimming pool, sandy beach and an extensive children’s room service menu. Breakfast offerings including a seasonal fruit cup, pancakes with toppings ranging from peanut butter to fresh berries, French toast, scrambled eggs with bacon and toast or a box of cereal. Lunch and dinner options, served from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m., include crustless peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, mini cheeseburgers, grandma’s chicken noodle soup, crispy chicken tenders with honey mustard, sautéed mahi mahi with soft carrots, and a ham and cheese quesadilla, among other options. The desserts for the little ones at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel are equally varied and extensive: sliced apples and grapes, plain or fruit yogurt, chocolate chip cookies with milk, a vanilla ice cream and brownie sundae, vanilla crème brûlée with speculoos (Dutch windmill) cookies, milk shakes and ice cream. What’s more, the St. Regis Bal Harbour menu even caters to babies, offering a complimentary selection of mashed or puréed potatoes, pasta, carrots, rice, zucchini, broccoli, chicken, beef, mahi mahi or snapper, plus apple or banana stew — just order your baby food four hours ahead of time. Not only does it save you from having to lug jars of Gerber in your luggage, we wholeheartedly think it’s never too early to get the little ones hooked on the utter delights of room service.