Sleeps5 lists HOTELS accommodating families of 5, 6, 7, or more.
What and Where
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.
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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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 […]
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