Hotels with 2 queen beds

Old Aug 3rd, 2006, 06:07 AM
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Hotels with 2 queen beds

I know this has been asked before but searching old posts didn't turn up my answer. What hotels offer 2 queen beds in their "standard" rooms. Squeezing in to a full (double) leaves us all a bit cranky in the a.m. Thanks
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Old Aug 3rd, 2006, 06:09 AM
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Old Aug 3rd, 2006, 06:18 AM
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We're actually traveling over several Midwestern states and I'm trying to figure out stops along the way. I guess I was asking about different hotel chains in general that offer two queens in their standard rooms.
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Old Aug 3rd, 2006, 06:39 AM
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Marriott Courtyards often have queen beds instead of doubles.
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Sometimes, though, I think their queens are really doubles. They call them queens but they don't feel that big. With my family on road trips, I like to stay in the discount chains that have suites, and I usually choose the most recently built inn. We have stayed at Best Westerns and Residence Inns and Courtyards, depending on the hotels, prices, etc. We used to like Hampton Inns & Suites, but the newer ones don't have suites in two rooms, rather one large room, and it's not as good with little kids.
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Why not to book rooms with king size bed. We always book king size bed. Marriott's hotels have king size beds except Residence Inn furnished with queen beds.
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We are traveling with more than 2 people so a King bed doesn't work. We also have teens (tall kids) who don't fit well on doubles or hid-a-beds. We usually end up getting two rooms or a suite because we are a family of 5 and it is hard to accomodate us in one room. I'll check on Marriott's, any other suggestions?
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Hi fun2travel,
I agree that Marriott's Residence Inn would be ideal for you. We are a family of four and the two boys need a queen or their own space. Fairfield Inn (Marriott)has two queens in a standard room. But with Residence Inn you have a variety of set-ups like 2bedroom/2baths. Both places also include breakfast (Residence Inn's is more extensive) and with hungry teens that is a savings too. We have stayed in these properties in many states and found them to be clean and reasonable. I certainly understand the crankiness part - been there! Good luck.
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We lucked out at a Comfort Inn last weekend that had a King and a Queen in a standard room.
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When we book on line with a national chain we always know how many beds we will have and what size they will be.
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Country Inn & Suites
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mma - sounds like we share some of the same travel woes, thanks for the advice! Good travels to you whereever your next adventure may lead.
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