Sleeps5 lists HOTELS to accommodate a family of 5, 6, 7, or more.
Hotels, apartment-hotels, suites, and hostels are included, with room rates for any budget from affordable to luxury. Find 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.
Unless otherwise noted, all the listed hotel rooms include a private bathroom (ensuite). Info about contacting the hotel is found in the ‘TIPS AND RESERVATION INFO’ and ‘CONTACT INFO’ tabs found above the map on each Sleeps5 hotel page.
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
If you find yourself fortunate enough to be traveling to the French Riviera with your family of five, we have been notified of the affordable, boutique hotel, Hotel des Cayrons that can accommodate you. It is located a mile outside of the charming, medieval town of Vence not far from Nice. The air conditioned Family […]
Trying to assess which cities are popular for family travel tourists, we rely on news media accounts and travel industry figures. But there are so many factors. And so many resources. Taking a look at just 6 online lists of European cities that are good for family travel, there are 26 included cities. See the […]
In response to a request from one of our readers, we are adding a quick list of Hawaii hotels that can accommodate a family of 5 or 6. Maui Hotel Rooms to Sleep a Family of 5 or 6: First up in paradise on the island of Maui is the Honua Kai Resort & Spa. The […]
Travel items need to be compact and very useful, maximizing function, meeting crucial travel needs, while being easy to pack. In previous posts, we showed you How to Make Suitcases Easy to Spot, and Nintendo DS Lite and Multi Chargers and Vehicle Power Adapters. Here are 5 more extremely handy travel items to make small-item […]
If you have teenage daughters, you are probably aware of “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” which takes place in part on the Island of Santorini in the village of Oia. One of the characters is delivered to her grandmother’s house on the back of a donkey–which one could only imagine was a bit contrived […]
Airport carousels, train or shuttle bag shelves, and hotel luggage storage closets can be a jumble of suitcases. To easily identify luggage, use ribbons, tags, tape, or markers. The following resources include many ideas, some from the commenters of the article itself. The photo at left includes three of our family’s suitcases. A decade ago, […]
Richmond, Virginia holds an interesting place in the historical landscape of the United States. It was the location where Patrick Henry gave his famous 1775 pre-Revolutionary War call to arms speech, “Give me Liberty or Give me Death,” and it was the seat of the Confederacy during the American Civil War (aka War of Northern […]