2. Carefully study reviews
Reviews, as you know, are not objective: that's why they are reviews. But if you approach them correctly, you can dig up a lot of valuable information. In particular, the level of sound insulation, the presence of cockroaches or ants, the quality and frequency of cleaning, the willingness of staff to meet halfway and offer, if necessary, early check-in or late check-out. You can also find out from the reviews how child-friendly the hotel is – are there extra beds, high chairs, a play area.
Before booking, you should always look at the map where exactly the hotel is located – and in satellite mode, which shows the actual configuration of paths and paths.< h2>3. Find out in advance which beaches are nearby
For children, a beach with a gentle entrance to the water, without jellyfish and sharp stones, is suitable. For adults – the one where you can relax and not worry about the children. The ideal option is a fenced private beach with soft sand, a place for children to swim, an equipped seating area and a minibar.
4. Make sure that the room will not be noisy
If there are restaurants or nightclubs near the hotel, this is a reason to be wary – music often plays in such establishments at night, which prevents guests from falling asleep.
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5. See the restaurant menu
If the price includes meals (or if you want to have lunch and dinner in the hotel restaurant), it is better to study the menu in advance. For a family holiday, the place where there is a variety of hot meals and special dishes for children is more suitable.