Find a hotel that meets your goals. The typical hotel you stay in may adapt or not adapt when you travel with your family. Consider all types of ubud family accommodation before you begin. Some institutions encourage you to stay with children, others are not really interested in helping you, and staying in them can make a vacation a lower standard.
There are seven things to think about before doing anything else when you are looking for a family home:
- Are rooms suitable for children? Check out exactly what amenities are available in the rooms. Do they adapt to the age range of their children?
- Childcare during travel. When hotels say they provide childcare, be sure to check first. Some only cover child care for several hours a day. Other places are started only if they have a minimum number. Look at everyone who cares about your children – make sure they have a good reputation!
- Cell phone: take your cell phone and get access to the country in which you are located, in case you are away from your child at any time. If your children are somewhere under guardianship, then for you and your children the confidence that you can be contacted.
- Fun for your child: if the institution has cable TV, does it have channels for children? Some do not. Do they have rental DVDs and DVDs for children that can be rented in rooms or somewhere nearby? You can even take something with you.