Hotels

How to Book a Family-Friendly Room

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When traveling with a family, booking a hotel room that has sufficient beds and adjoining rooms remains a concern. It’s a huge problem because families don’t want to end up in a room that has a single bed for the entire family. Similarly, large families either prefer adjoining rooms or they need an apartment-style design that can offer privacy and comfort. Unfortunately, using most hotel booking websites does not help solve the problem as most travel portals only display the maximum occupancy on the main search result page. The room occupancy levels are seldom beneficial because hotels either charge for extra bedding or they flatly refuse an extra bed. When faced with the dilemma, I always recommend using Booking.com to… Read More »How to Book a Family-Friendly Room

The Ultimate Hotel Guide to Best Punta Cana All-Inclusive Resorts

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This guide will help you select an all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana according to your desired budget and lifestyle within 15 minutes. For lovers of all-inclusive vacations, Punta Cana is among the most favored destinations due to its amazing white-sand beach and reasonably priced world-class resorts. From the perspective of all-inclusive resorts, Punta Cana can be broadly divided into three areas: Playa Punta Cana, Playa Bavaro, and Playa Uvero Alto. Location of Resorts in Punta Cana Following is a map of Punta Cana where purple shades outline the location of resorts and activities in Punta Cana. The three major areas are indicated by a purple patch. The hub of all these activities is the extended larger purple patch in the… Read More »The Ultimate Hotel Guide to Best Punta Cana All-Inclusive Resorts

The Ultimate Hotel Guide to Best Las Vegas Hotels – For Every Budget & Style

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This guide will help you select a hotel in Las Vegas according to your desired budget and lifestyle within 15 minutes. Where to stay in Las Vegas? If you want to be in the middle of all the action, the best place to stay in Vegas is the Las Vegas Strip. From a tourist perspective, the Las Vegas Strip is the stretch of road that starts from the Mandalay Bay Hotel to the Stratosphere Hotel & Casino. The entire strip is approximately 4.5 miles long, and walking from one end to the other end will take almost one and a half hour. In addition to the hotels located on the main road, there are a number of hotels only 5-minute… Read More »The Ultimate Hotel Guide to Best Las Vegas Hotels – For Every Budget & Style