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    Included in our lists are hotels, apartment-hotels, suites, and hostels. Prices range from budget to affordable to luxury. Look for large hotel family rooms in cities such as Paris, London, New York City, Rome, Sydney, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore, Berlin, Chicago, Athens, Lisbon, Prague, Amsterdam, and many more worldwide.

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    A description of the hotel room and sleeping arrangements is provided.  All the listed hotel rooms include a private bathroom (ensuite), unless otherwise noted. Family friendly amenities are listed. Yes, Virginia, there is a “Swimming Pool!” Contact information is found in the ‘TIPS AND RESERVATION INFO’ and ‘CONTACT INFO’ tabs on the hotel page for each hotel.  A map shows the location of each hotel at the bottom of the listing. Blog posts related to your search are noted.

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    Visit DC Museum of Natural History – in Person or Online

    Visit DC Museum of Natural History – in Person or Online

    The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History receives about 7,000 visitors each year. You can be part of that number and go there to see it for yourself, or “visit” by using the Smithsonian’s amazing virtual tour. Or, do both! Location: The Natural History Museum is located right on The Mall in Washington DC, just […]

    Vicarious Gastronomic Travel

    Vicarious Gastronomic Travel

    What it is and What it isn’t Upon re-reading of main title, I would like to clarify that this post is not about observing someone travel out of the room due to a meal of alien origin. Although, this has certainly happened to me either “vicariously” or in first person. No, this is about a yearning […]

    7 Family-Friendly Restaurants – Waikiki, Honolulu

    7 Family-Friendly Restaurants – Waikiki, Honolulu

    Our Family of 5 went to Waikiki for Christmas! The restaurants below are all suitable for families with kids of any age. The total bill is included for each one, but keep in mind our family is now comprised of 2 teens who are grown-man-sized, a young adult male, and my husband and me. So […]

    New York Transit Museum — a great place for families!

    New York Transit Museum — a great place for families!

    We had heard the New York Transit Museum was a hit with the younger set. We found it did not disappoint, regardless of age! The museum is located in an old subway station near Borough Hall in Brooklyn, NYC.   Hands-on Fun for Kids The museum has all sorts of kid friendly exhibits with nothing […]

    Latest Manhattan Discoveries for Sleeps5 Families: off the Beaten Path

    Latest Manhattan Discoveries for Sleeps5 Families: off the Beaten Path

    My daughter and I stumbled into lush and leafy Teardrop Park tucked between residential buildings in Battery Park City of Lower Manhattan. This is definitely aimed at kid fun with its long slide that deposits the rider into soft sand, a “natural” wading pool, boulders for clambering, short tunnels, substantial lawn, and trails. It is […]

    Language Apps for Tourists

    Language Apps for Tourists

    There are many apps for digital devices, including cell phones, for helping with language translation when traveling, or trying to communicate in a foreign language anywhere. Some apps are geared for language learners, and some are specifically geared for tourists. A tourist would need words and phrases for getting around, or for ordering food, or […]

    Quick List for Miami Hotels that Sleep 5

    Quick List for Miami Hotels that Sleep 5

    This list of Miami hotels that Sleep 5 or 6 comes at the request of one our readers. These hotels will be added to Sleeps5.com, and please send along any others you wish to see included. All of these listed below are located in the Miami Beach area. El Paseo:  The El Paseo has two […]

    Charming Guesthouse in Derbyshire: Sleeps5

    Charming Guesthouse in Derbyshire: Sleeps5

    Quick Post: The cheerful bed and breakfast, Rennie Rose Guesthouse, has been brought to our attention. With two family rooms that can accommodate families of five, it is conveniently located on the edge of the charming village of Belper, England. Belper is within the Derwent Valley World Heritage site. Historic Belper was one of the […]

    Happy 2016–Take that Trip!

    Happy 2016–Take that Trip!

    My family said goodbye to 2015 amidst the bang of distant fireworks, clatter of pans banging and voices cheering–our poor dog hid in the basement. We prayed for the safety of our pseudo-adult children somewhere out there with their fellow revelers cheering in the New Year. While 2015 brought many wonderful events for us, including […]

    Christmas at Legoland California – See Santa

    Christmas at Legoland California – See Santa

    Going to Legoland during the holidays offers more than expected! We visited Legoland California, which is near San Diego, last year just after Christmas. It was our fourth time at this Legoland (we’ve been to Legoland in Germany, Denmark, and England, too) but our first time to visit at the holiday period of year. It […]

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