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Hotels that have rooms for a family of 2 adults and 3 young children

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
I have been trying to find reasonably priced hotel rooms in UK and Europe for my family but have not had much luck. A few hotels offer "suites" at silly prices like £800 per night which is more like my total holiday budget.
Does anyone know of any places/websites or alternatives (not camping!) ?

By the way, are there regulations on the maximum number of people that can stay in one room?
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Unfortunately I cannot help as I am in the same situation as you.
The piece of advise that I would give is try putting in 4 adults and a young child as you can often get penalised for having children. This can work out cheaper even if you have 2 connecting rooms.
I am currently looking for the same in Brussels so will let you know if I find anything.
#2
I stayed at Telford Moathouse -it was a while ago-they gave me linked rooms and charged half price for kids age 12 and the 5 year old was free. You often have to call them to ask what they can do for you. I was told by a guest there they also have family rooms as he has about 4 or 5 kids..do you know they areas you would like to stay?
#3
We are staying at the Best Western spa hotel in Hungary this year in august one week was approx £800 half board for 2 adults and three kids ages 15, 15, and 6. Flights were £50 each Ryanair from Liverpool. There are lots of places like the spa hotel that has self catering chalets (they call them camping) Prices are on the websites. They have the most fabulous water parks and thermal spas-food is really cheap-last year in a restaurant we paid around £2 for a set menu!! in the water parks it is so cheap to eat in them-icecreams were 20p!! a bargain if you have kids..pm me if you want more details?
#4
I used [url]www.travelodge.co.uk[/url] for a family room for 4, but think it would do for 2 adults and 3 small kids. it has a double bed and sofa bed that converts to two separate single beds. You could fit in a travel cot in the room as well or a sleeping bag on the floor? It was very clean with a lovely bath/shower room, tv, kettle and cups. We stayed in the Galway one in the west of Ireland for £29 per night for the four of us. Galway City was straight down the road, about 10-15 mins walk. We had hired a car from Knock Airport and rented a sat nav (www. budget,co,.uk) and got cheap Ryan Air flights and did the wonderful Galway Bay sights. Galway is a lovely quaint city, with lots to see and do. Galway bay has lovely sands /waters for the children to play in.

You have to book well in advance by clicking on the saver room buttons. We got also got a family rooms in Southend on Sea for £19 per night. They have hotels in Madrid Spain for 35 euros per night In July.
For family apartments you could try [url]www.holidaylettings.co.uk[/url] (sometimes they have cheap deals as they charge per accomodation/week).

We stayed at Languard holiday park in the Isle Of wight last year and despite being in the USA, Canada and a lot of Europe-they loved this the best. It had an on site swimming pool and little else, but we drove out to the Black Gang Chine Park, donkey santuary, model village, needles chair lift/coloured sands and walked to the nearby shanklin beaches. We stayed in a 4 star caravan and went over on the ferry.

I also think you cant beat Butlins for very young children and when ours were pre-school age (now 5 and 8) we often booked last minute silver half board accomodation (week b4) in June/July for £300 for 5 days. The food is buffet and hence the children have a great choice of foods for breakfast and dinner.
#5
Try Alpharooms.Com. My friend has just booked a weeks accommodation in Majorca for 2 adults and 3 kids in the middle of July for £580 Self Catering (2 Bed Apt). She got flights through easy jet in January and the total holiday has cost less than £1300. Not bad for a family of 5!!
#6
louloo
....do you know they areas you would like to stay?


Places in France, Belgium or Italy would be great (I live in Kent so Dover is quite near).
I suppose like most families I'm looking for something close to attractions Legoland, Alton Towers and the likeThe older boys are beginning to notice the adds on TV for theme parks. Problem is I don't think I have the energy required to do a one day round trip all in. :-(
#7
louloo
We are staying at the Best Western spa hotel in Hungary this year in august one week was approx £800 half board for 2 adults and three kids...


Sounds like a blinding deal. Especially the cheap day to day costs - they always add up!
I was looking more a short stay without flights. My boys are 9, 8 and 3. We flew last year it was such a bad experience in the airports (both ways) and on the plane that I promised myself I wouldn't fly again until Little Man was older (around 18 :) ).
Having said that, where did you find out about this place?
#8
I have a friend in Hungary I met through ebay!!! we have been friends years now and we visit there and they come here with kids. Flights are brilliant two and a half hours! no fuss easyjet from Luton! and so cheap. Despite what people say about easyjet they were brilliant as we had kids we got priority boarding automatically. If you book in advance it is really cheaper than the train to manchester!
Anyway if I can help I am happy to..my friend would be happy to send links in english for you to look at. It is such a brilliant place for kids im sure it will be more popular soon (oh weather is also hot!)
Re places of interest-i stayed at the hanover at coventry and did drayton manor and i think mallory park? kids loved it-i saw the hotel originally on teletext and called them-kids were free-and it was brilliant!
#9
susancs
I used [url]www.travelodge.co.uk[/url] for a family room for 4, but think it would do for 2 adults and 3 small kids.


I've heard about this offer but I was concerned about the limit of 4 per room when you try to book. If I book for 4 and turn up with my 3 year old as well would they turn me away? He could happliy sleep with his brothers, the beds are big enough. Maybe I should sneak him in...;-)

susancs
We stayed at Languard holiday park in the Isle Of wight last year....stayed in a 4 star caravan and went over on the ferry.


This sounds attractive, camping in style. I've always been alergic to camping (a bed and a shower are essential) but the rest of the family would love to do it. This might be a good compromise.

susancs
I also think you cant beat Butlins for very young children...


Never considered Butlins, I'll have a little look on the web
#10
Hi,

I have booked through [url]www.hotels.com[/url] before (5% quidco).

If you select more options in the search, you can specify family friendly hotels and the number of children in the room.

We stayed in a really good aparthotel in Edinburgh we found on there.

Good luck!
#11
I've found this to be an ongoing nightmare.... tried for ages online & then with travel agent to get a hotel in london for 2 adults and 3 kids. Hotels offered 2 seperate rooms as long as one adult was in each!!

Travelodge will not allow over 4 in a room

Tried hotels abroad last year to no avail either

Driving the kids to a self catering cottage in luxembourg this year as i cannot do anymore camping! lol
#12
It is difficult trying to find hotels with rooms large enough for a family of 5, there are a couple in London that have large enough rooms but not loads. The larger rooms do tend to get booked up well in advance as there are so few of them available.

As for sneaking someone into a room that is meant for 4 you are leaving yourself open to problems if the hotel catch on. It is the health and safety regulations rather than the hotel that stipulate the number of people in the room

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