Budget Family Travel

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How to Book for 5

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Hotel rooms for 5

In Paris, Rome, London,
Berlin, New York City,
San Francisco, Athens,
Barcelona, Salzburg,
and many more!

 

 

Sleeps5 provides direct links to hotels which can 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. Click here for further detailed instructions.

Email us at contact_us@sleeps5.com with questions, comments, suggestions, or to tell us about inactive hotel links. Contact us to tell us about hotel rooms for 5 you’ve visited. We love to hear from you!



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25 Best Disney Websites to Save You Money

While searching the internet for Disneyland Anaheim-area hotels with rooms big enough for a family of 5 or more (some here in Orlando, some here for Hong Kong Disneyland, and some here for Disneyland Paris), I came across so many wonderful websites devoted to helping people visit a Disney park (or cruise) without spending too much […]

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Hotel Searches for Sleeps 5 in Non-English or What does “Familienzimmer” Mean?

Part of the reason Sandy and I started compiling this list of hotels so long ago, was because of the difficulty in finding a hotel room that could sleep five in the non-English speaking countries of Europe. The internet was still in its developing stage for travel websites.  If a hotel even had a website, […]

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High Line Park, Manhattan: Walking the “rails” above Chelsea in NYC.

 It is hard to imagine Manhattan without its popular, elevated park: The High Line, which traverses roughly 20 blocks along the western side of the island, but this park has only been open five years. Our family visited shortly after it opened at which time it was much shorter and seemingly unknown, as we were […]

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Summer by the Sea in Llandudno, Wales: Sleeps 5 Hotels

Llandudno, Wales is a quintessential seaside town on the west coast of Great Britain. I have written about it in the past (Llandudno, Wales) as the vacation place of the real Alice who inspired Alice in Wonderland. The website www.visitllandudno.org.uk has more information about Alice, as well as about the many sites and attractions around […]

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How to Take Better Travel Photos

I wish to be a better photographer. Of distant landscapes. Of towering buildings. Of architectural or garden close-ups. Or even of my teens who hate being the subjects of my photos. But alas, though the interest is still there, and I wrote a previous blog article about How to Take Great Family Travel Photos which […]

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Mysterious New Orleans and the Not So Mysterious Family of Five

We took our three intrepid teens to New Orleans (“Nawlins”) last summer. Yes, I wrote summer, but we truly lucked out on the weather.  We were greeted the first day by sweaty gentlemen in red tutus and leotards—it turns out there was a fun run in support of local charities. Ladies were also sporting red eveningwear, […]

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Family of Five List of All-Inclusive Vacation Resorts

Those of you seeking a list of vacation resorts that can accommodate a family of five without requiring booking two rooms can thank Tammi, a Canadian mom of three girls. She thoroughly researched your options! She posted her compiled list a year ago on her very popular blog, My Organized Chaos, which focuses on family […]

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