Hotel Rooms for Visiting Guests

Are you hosting a family gathering during the upcoming holiday season? Perhaps, you don’t have enough space in your home for all of your visiting, out-of-town family members to stay. If you can relate to this scenario, consider renting hotel rooms for some of your loved ones to stay in during the holidays. Before booking rooms, talk with your family members in order to assess their needs. For example, you might need to rent a room containing two queen beds and a baby bed for a young family. Or, you may need to secure a handicap accessible room for an older relative. Booking a hotel that offers a complimentary continental breakfast is a good idea. On this blog, I hope you will discover the benefits of renting hotel rooms for visiting family members this holiday season. Enjoy!

Staying With A Large Family? Look For Pairs Of These Items In Some Hotel Rooms


If you're booking a hotel stay and you have a large family, you might wish to think about booking a pair of rooms instead of one. Provided that the hotel has enough vacant rooms to accommodate you, you may even be able to get two rooms next to each other with a lockable door between the two. If your family isn't quite this large and you've decided that a suite-style room will suffice, you might be pleased to know that many larger hotel rooms have pairs of different items to accommodate the number of guests staying in the lodging. Here are some examples that you might come across.

Two Bathrooms

Large, suite-style hotel rooms will often have a pair of bathrooms. On the surface, this double amenity might seem like a little much, but you'll soon realize how valuable it is. For example, if your family consists of two parents and three teenagers, competing for time in the bathroom each morning can quickly lead to conflicts that sour your family vacation. With two bathrooms, you can designate one for your children and the other for the adults, and everyone can use these amenities with less crowding and conflict.

Two TVs

A pair of TVs can be convenient when there are just two people staying in your hotel room, but can be especially valuable with a larger family. When relaxing in the evening, it can be fun to watch different things. For example, perhaps a wife and her daughters want to watch a chick flick, while a husband and his sons would prefer to watch their favorite professional sports team in action. With a pair of TVs in your large hotel room, you can easily split up in this manner and watch what you enjoy.

Two Phone Lines

You'll also find that lots of hotels are equipped with a pair of separate phone lines, as well as multiple phones. For example, there is often a phone in each bedroom of the suite and one or more in the living areas such as on a table beside the couch and on the desk. If your family has traveled far and you aren't keen on using your cellphones more than you have to, it may be valuable to have multiple phone lines and phones. For example, if a parent has to make a phone call for work while the teens order pizza, they'll be able to do so.


26 November 2017