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franch Sat 12-Mar-05 12:27:31

We're going to a wedding on Rehoboth Beach in July: me (33 weeks pg), DH and DD (who'll be 18m). Any recommendations - particularly hotels? (We'll need some sort of separate room/sleeping area for DD.)

Ameriscot2005 Sat 12-Mar-05 12:40:52

I think that Suite hotels offer the best kind of accommodation for families. There is likely to be a king-sized bed in the bedroom, and a sofa bed in the living room. There would be plenty of space for a cot as well.

Failing that, a pair of king/queen adjoining rooms if you want to have 2 rooms. Otherwise, there is plenty of space in a standard US hotel room (2 queen-sized beds).

franch Sat 12-Mar-05 18:33:19

Thanks Ameriscot - yes a suite hotel sounds like the best option as sleeping in the same room doesn't work for any of us any more!

MeerkatsUnite Sat 12-Mar-05 20:01:46


There is a Hampton Inn suite hotel in Rehoboth Beach. If you initially go to and type in the city and state (DE) it should come up with this one.

I have previously stayed in a similar chain of suite hotels and have found them ideal for families.

franch Sun 13-Mar-05 15:40:57

Thanks Meerkat - there is a Hampton Inn but it doesn't seem to have suites unfortunately. Have found one or two other suite hotels though - trying to decide between that and renting a house for a week - the latter seems to be a popular option there and can be cheaper, but we're a bit dubious!

FIMAC1 Fri 25-Mar-05 19:42:19

We lived in Maryland and visited Rehoboth regularly - it was about a 2 hour drive. Would really recommend a house rental which we did one May, why are you dubious? I will try and find the details of the one we stayed at

FIMAC1 Fri 25-Mar-05 19:51:09


for instance - this one looks REALLY nice

The standard of accomodation is usually very high as Americans expect it

FIMAC1 Fri 25-Mar-05 19:55:36

The Breakers Hotel has Suites, is very central and a good standard

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