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  1. We were always looking for child-friendly hotels. For one we wanted someplace that the kids would enjoy as well so they weren’t bored and secondly we didn’t want to be someplace where it was only adults and the site and sounds of children would cause them problems. The kids club is great if you can find them. My girls were not really interested in being apart from us on vacation so we had to find a place that had good play areas and a nice pool. That’s why Disney was on our list for many years. Great advice!

  2. Holy smokes! I had no clue there was that many things to consider when traveling with little ones. I knew it was more complicated than just jumping in the car and going, but not to this extent. Thanks for teaching me what to look for when traveling with kids! This list will definitely be shared with friends who have little ones or are planning to in the near future.

  3. All these are life tips for any parent traveling with kids. I always look for a 24 hours store closeby where we lodge sometimes because you never know how things roll especially with the kids.

  4. I don’t have a kid yet but I do find this post very useful to me! I know we won’t stop traveling so all of your wisdom and advise will be kept in my head to actually work one day, I hope pretty soon

  5. Hotels that offer amenities like these would make your holidays so much easier. I’ve seen resorts like this around major tourist attraction, such as at Walt Disney World or in northern Ohio near Cedar Point. We usually just look for a hotel with an indoor pool–in the winter months the kids are so excited to swim.

  6. I don’t have kids, but I remember on the rare occasion where my family would stay in hotels, we’d be satisfied if they even had cable (we didn’t have cable at home so it was a treat to watch cartoons)

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