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Family of 5 in room that allows 4 max (in reservation on website)?

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Just wondering whether there is much of an issue in UK hotels "sneaking" a third child into a hotel room who then sleeps in a sleeping bag on the floor. These are 3 American chain hotels in the UK with either two queen beds, two double beds, or 1 queen bed and 2 singles per room (clearly easily accommodate 4). It is never a problem in the US but when we do it we are discrete about it, leaving a child in the car to be retrieved later on. I know that it happens all the time, in the US anyway, and never heard of a problem when it is a family with dependant children.

For what it is worth, 1 of these hotels includes breakfast.

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