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cots in hotel rooms, quick survey....

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Tipex Thu 19-May-05 21:49:41

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

charellie Thu 19-May-05 21:51:56

Is it a proper cot then in the hotel room? They normally only use travel cots. I would just take your own sheets and blankets. The mattress will be ok

hunkermunker Thu 19-May-05 21:52:53

The mattress might not fit. Plus it'll probably be a travel cot. Just take your own bedding, that's what we did with 5mo DS.

Gobbledigook Thu 19-May-05 21:53:02

I'd just take sheets too. If it makes you feel better, take 3 sheets and layer them!!

Tipex Thu 19-May-05 21:54:28

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charellie Thu 19-May-05 21:55:47

The fitted sheet will be fine. The travel cot will only have a thin mattress so it will stretch over ok

charellie Thu 19-May-05 21:56:42

The hotel will also provide bedding for the cot so if you forget anything or it doesn't fit as a last resort you can always use theirs

milward Thu 19-May-05 21:57:28

Sometimes we take our own travel cot - if you're concerned about the bed then this could be an idea. Don't know if you'll have time as you're staying in the hotel tomorrow.

RTKangaMummy Thu 19-May-05 21:58:44

Take towels to put under the sheets

then if another baby vomited on matteress or exploded nappy then it will be ok

BUT I am neuotic about hotels


<<<maddness>>> I know

pixel Thu 19-May-05 22:43:12

We stayed in a hotel a couple of years ago that had a fold-up cot but a very nice wooden one, wouldn't have minded it myself. So you never know. I would just take a familiar sheet and blanket to help your ds sleep but cover the mattress with a clean bath towel first just to put your mind at rest. No need to take your own towels I wouldn't have thought, they will be supplied won't they?

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