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    For me now it's 2 bedroom but when DS1 was little the only was I went on holidays was with my folks with a 2 bedroom also and he bad to sleep in a single bed when he was a little over 2 all I did was prop the side of the bed up with pillows underneath it . But does DD move easily at night when asleep as you could get a 1 bedroom but with a lounge that pulls out as a sofa and put her in that.

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    In your situation go 2. Unless the couch becomes a bed and you are happy to sleep there.

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    Thanks everyone you have convinced me 2 bedrooms is the way to go! I can confidently say that if I'm spending a decent amount of $ on a nice holiday and hotel I am definitely not sleeping on a couch/sofa bed and giving DD the bed lol.

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    Default Travel with a toddler - 1 or 2 bedrooms?

    When we travel with DS we can sometimes just get A 1 bedroom that has a foldout sofa, & he is on it & us in the bedroom.

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    I'm in the midst of a one bedroom holiday at the moment. It's hell. DD (13 months) hasn't slept well for the two weeks we've been away, and we still have a week to go. At home she sleeps through every night without fail but here she's waking multiple times a night and won't settle because she knows I'm right next to her. It's like having a newborn again and it's awful. Nothing but two bedroom accommodation for me from here on in.

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    I'm a tight **** and go 1 bed. $100 a night when they're only little is huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by besha View Post
    I'm in the midst of a one bedroom holiday at the moment. It's hell. DD (13 months) hasn't slept well for the two weeks we've been away, and we still have a week to go. At home she sleeps through every night without fail but here she's waking multiple times a night and won't settle because she knows I'm right next to her. It's like having a newborn again and it's awful. Nothing but two bedroom accommodation for me from here on in.
    That is exactly what I'm worried about, sounds awful and I worry how do you then get their sleep back on track at home? 2 bedrooms it is!

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    2 bedroom! We ended up with our son in our bed every night in a 1 bedroom as he would just stand in his portacot and cry until we brought him into bed with us. Didn't transition him back to his room all night when we returned home. We are still trying to kick him out 2 years later!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxdreamer View Post
    2 bedroom! We ended up with our son in our bed every night in a 1 bedroom as he would just stand in his portacot and cry until we brought him into bed with us. Didn't transition him back to his room all night when we returned home. We are still trying to kick him out 2 years later!!!
    2 bedrooms = sold. Am hoping that she isn't too freaked out by new surroundings too which might cause sleeping problems. We will do 1-2 short local trips between now and then too so that'll give us an idea too.

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    We recently took our son on a holiday and only had a 1 bedroom. We set his cot up in the living room at night and he slept out there (daytime naps in the bedroom). When he went to bed, we just retired to the bedroom and watched TV.

    Worked well for us


 

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