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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Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, suggestions, or to tell us about inactive hotel links. Please, notify us about hotel rooms for five or more you’ve visited. We love to hear from you!
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Wondering how much it costs for a family vacation to Disney World? In his article on Finance Yahoo, What it Really Costs to Go to Walt Disney World, Brad Tuttle compares four sample family trips to Disney World in Orlando, Florida. (After you click to the article link, scroll down below the second large photo […]
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 […]
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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, like things-to-do, kid-friendly places to eat, open space parks, or family-friendly hotels, and so on. And so many resources, with differing opinions. I wanted to examine which cities […]
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One of the best ways to keep family travel budgets in check is to cook your own meals. What parent hasn’t seen their travel money rapidly swallowed up by restaurant charges? Equally of value is the cultural experience of shopping for groceries in a given country. A number of the hotels we recommend have kitchenettes […]
Whatever your reasons for taking your kids to Europe, there are ways to be there within a budget. Taking the kids costs more – in airfare, food, hotels, and activities – than if it was just me and my hubby as my sole globe-hopping partner. (I’ll save my dreams of spending an entire quiet day […]