- Premier inn family of 5
7 4 2 here. Still get away with a cot for the nipper and she just joins us in the big bed later.Posted 6 months ago
Two rooms is the proper way when they’re at the age of your’s, but I’m not certain the guys on reception would ever really realise if you went in/out/in/out…
It would help if you knew the layout of the reception area before you went 😉perchypantherMember
Few hotel chains will allow 2 adults and 3 children in a room.
Hilton do though.
The world turns against you a bit when you have a third child. Family tickets are almost always for four, supermarkets sell everything in packs of four or six, never five.
When I was a kid three or more kids was quite normal. Now , if you have three kids at the same school people look at you a bit funny. Being an only child is cool now it seemsPosted 6 months agotheboatmanMember
Girls’ now 19, 17 and 7 (I know, planning isn’t a strong point). Generally have gone with two rooms with varying 2/3 in each. Was just more fun than cramming in which we have done on a few occasions. Last time the 17 and 19 year old had the second room, they had disappeared on the pop by 10pm and weren’t keen on breakfast the next morning 😆Posted 6 months agoballsofcottonwoolMember
Squeeze into 1 room, but don’t expect a good nights sleep. The 9 year old will complain the pull out bed is too lumpy the 3 year old sharing with the 6 year old will stop them getting to sleep and you’ll end up with the 3 year old jumping on you and your partner in the middle of the night.
Depends on the location and staff, if you phone ahead and make a telephone booking many will let you book 5 to a room and make sure the room is made ready with extra pillows and towels. For others its more than their job is worth and they will make a note against your name and call you back when you make a booking for only 1 room and insist you book a second room.Posted 6 months agosmiththemainmanMember
All in one at those ages, especially with the size of the main bed, but as said depends if it is a jobsworth on reception. Turned up at a Premier Inn in Scotland with my bike the other week , Guy on reception says no bikes in these hotels, I said, ” sorry you had better look on your website where it says we are bike friendly and you`re more than welcome to put your bike in your room ” hardly acknowledged us after that. Good Luck!!Posted 6 months ago
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