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Hotels and families

Hi

what i have read on this site is generally for couples or single travelers, but not for Family of 4 or more.

How is traveling with family in hotels? What are best hotels for families?

Regards

L

  1. MidSouthSkier

    Hi, I don’t travel with kids but I often travel with 2 other adults and we each like having our own beds. While suites can be great for the additional space, typically they come with a king bed and a sofa/pullout or room for a rollway which is still not ideal.

    We actually find that Hyatt Place/Hyatt House, Residence Inns and those types of hotels work best for us. Plus breakfast for everyone (vs. only 2 people in higher-end hotels) is included. Also, with some hotel chains they’ll only let you use points on standard rooms – either 1 or 2 beds and those often don’t have room for a rollaway. Hilton will let you use points for rooms that are essentially 2 or 3 BR condos complete with a kitchen. Those cost a boatload of points but it’s nice to be able to spread out. I’ve used points for rooms like that in both Fiji and New Zealand.

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