Natick, MA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Couples shouldn’t limit traveling once they become parents, but family travel does require flexibility and some know-how. One of the most important things that family travelers can do is choose the best kid friendly hotel for their stay. Since families generally spend quite a bit of time in their hotel room, they'll want to make sure it offers the amenities they need. The hotel where you stay can make or break your family vacation. That's why Family Travel Magazine, an online magazine focused on family travel reviews, has introduced a guide to kid friendly hotels with advice and considerations families should review before booking a hotel.
The Family Travel Magazine Kid Friendly Hotel Guide offers advice on the following topics:
Kid Friendly Hotel Basics - includes looking for things such as refrigerators, cribs, and on-site restaurants with kids' menus and high chairs.
Kid Friendly Hotel Room - it's not always financially possible for families to rent suites, and some hotel rooms are better for families than others.
Kid Friendly Hotel Themes - if you are going to be spending quite a bit of time in the room, consider staying at a hotel with a kid friendly theme, like the Great Wolf Lodge hotel chain.
Kid Friendly Hotel Locations - an important factor if you don't want to spend your vacation driving around.
Kid Friendly Hotel Deals - it can be hard to get a great deal during school vacations, but there are some ways to pay less.
About Family Travel Magazine: Passionate about promoting family vacations that help a family bond, Family Travel Magazine ( http://www.familytravelmagazine.com) reviews hotels, destinations and attractions and reveals special deals and promotions at hotels across the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. Because mom and dad sometimes need to get away alone, the magazine also features destinations for parents only. Jodi Grundig, mom of two with an MBA and ten years in corporate finance, is a sought-after brand ambassador, travel writer, mom blogger (since 2007) and brand consultant. An avid traveler and travel blogger, Jodi has written about some of the nation’s best family hotspots, including Hawaii, Freeport, Maine, Lake George, NY, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and Martha’s Vineyard.