What childhood would be complete without a ride in a cherry red Radio Flyer?

In Chicago, where the iconic wagon company was started by a 16-year-old Italian immigrant back in 1917, kids at the Four Seasons get complimentary use of six Radio Flyer wagons, perfect for trips to nearby Lake Michigan beaches and parks. Some of the wagons even have canopies.

The Four Seasons, known for being kid-friendly, also offers pint-size robes, fun tub toys, games and the cutest cow cookies you’ve ever seen. Each adorable frosted cow comes on a tray with a black and white place mat (think Gateway computers) and milk in a black and white pitcher.

The five-star hotel even provides a Bedtime Stories Butler who shows up with a selection of classic kid’s tales for a complimentary read-a-loud before presenting said lucky kid with a Disney nightlight

As for the wagons, they all have names (Windy, Speedy, Redd, Wheelie, Flyer, and Rider), personalized Illinois license plates, seat belts and rooms for lots of extras. They’ve carried everything from Mia St. Claire, being carefully wheeled back from the American Girl store by her new owner, to gourmet picnic baskets, created by Four Seasons chefs for a day at the beach.

Click here for more on this elegant beauty on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile.

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