Book Accommodations With Separate Sleeping Areas

hotel room floor plan
Waiting In Line Is Not For Kids

Trip Stages

Preparation, Accommodation

Trip Types

Family Vacation, Traveling with kids

Age Groups

Babies, Kids, Teens

World Regions

Time of Year

Any Time Of Year

Whatever type of accommodation you choose, choose one that offers a separate room for the kids. You’ll pay a little more for this convenience, but a good night’s sleep is the key ingredient to a successful family trip.

If everyone stays in the same room, you also lose privacy when needed, have less sleep, share TV, and more.

If your kids are older, you might even want separate sleeping areas for each one.

Not every accommodation offers one- or two-bedroom suites, so you need to do a little more research.

Most of the big sites like Expedia,, and will offer that information.

Vacation villages such as Center Parcs and Landal or Apartment rentals from sites such as Airbnb are the best option for this. They are often cheaper than hotels and offer all of the comforts of home. Try looking for centrally located apartments that provide full kitchens and laundry, saving us time and money.

Final Thoughts

Less moving means less packing and unpacking. This means less trouble and fewer things being lost.

See posts that list all relevant tips:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Make your next trip smoother:​

  • Save hours of searching and listing.
  • No stress with a comprehensive list for your next vacation.
  • It's completely free!
Scroll to Top