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Hotel Suite Brands with Multiple Bedrooms?

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What we're hoping for is a hotel that has a separate bedroom (a door that closes) from the seating area while hopefully spending as little as possible. This is so we can put down the baby earlier than we'd go to bed, not to mention that we are travelling with 4 kids total. So many of the "suite" hotels turn out to be one room, with a couch along with the bed. Not helpful in our case.

I have no idea which hotel chains usually have such a layout. I'm looking for chains to investigate, but don't know where to start.

Specifically, we're going to San Antonio (Sea World of course).

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