Best Big Family Hotel Review 2011

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It’s that time of year again.  Time to kick off our Best Big Family Hotel Review Contest.  Submit a big family hotel review between now and August 15th for a chance to win a $100 hotel gift card.

Isn’t it nice when you read a review of a hotel by a family that’s like yours?  Big families have different hotel needs than smaller families.  That’s why all of our 4000 big family hotels have a review feature.

Help us grow the number of our hotel reviews by leaving a review this summer.  Tell us about your hotel stay.  Was the hotel friendly to big families?  Was the pool nice?  Did the breakfast fill your kiddos? Was it easy to get extra towels? What about the room size, were you comfortable or cramped?

Leave the most helpful hotel review to big families between June 1 – August 15 and you could earn a $100 hotel gift card from SixSuitcaseTravel.   Head over to SixSuitcaseTravel to leave your review.

On August 18th I will decide who has the most helpful review submitted and award the $100 hotel gift card.

Reviewers must be 18 years or older and US or Canadian residents.

About Theresa Jorgensen

Theresa is the mother of four including twins. She is the owner of SixSuitcaseTravel, a travel site for big families of 5, 6, 7, 8. She enjoys helping other big families build life-long travel memories. Her family's travel bucket list includes DC, Yellowstone, London and anywhere in the Caribbean.

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  1. The best value I have found over the years for big familes is the YMCA of the Rockies. They have two centers, but I have only been to the Estes Park Center. You can stay in an East Lodge Room from $79-109 per room for six persons. We are a family of 11 so we need two rooms but it is well worth it. With your accomodations you get access to free putt putt, swimming, tennis, volleyball, frisbee golf, board games, etc. There are other activies like horseback riding and rock climbling that do cost extra but the pricing is very resonable. There are a couple restaurants available and a snack bar. A central lodge with fire place, checkers, and even books to read. Another lodge organizes daily hikes into Rocky Mountain National Park as well as check out of board games, balls, etc. You can search “YMCA of the Rockies” for more information.

  2. We stayed at the Lighthouse point at Cedar Point Amusement Park. And it was fantastic. Lighthouse point has cottages that sleep 6 and cabins that sleep 8. These are Park RV’s that have small kitchenettes, full, if small, bathrooms and outside grill and run around room. The dad ended up having to stay home so we invited my brother’s family along. That bumped us up to 10. The cottage has a loft area that sleep 4 teenagers in sleeping bags with the rest of us on the provided beds and futons. The room was clean and basic, but it was walking distance to the park and we could eat at the room/RV. The combined savings on parking, food, and entry tickets made this more affordable than a cheaper hotel outside the park. Plus we got to go into the park an hour early.

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