Kids and Hotels

Some hotels are familiar. That is, they have a pool, maybe an arcade, a playground, things for children to enjoy. Others may not be as fit for children, but all the hotels have other guests who expect their children to behave during their stay.

If you have a child who participates in sports such as hockey, basketball or soccer, you know that you spend a lot of time in hotels. There are games, there are tournaments, and probably all the equipment (if not several teams) are located in the same hotel. This means that there are many children. It's great because it happens to pass away with other parents; Children spend their days with their friends and teammates, but there should be limits on what children can do around the hotel.

For example, not other guests appreciate that a group of children run through the corridors that like on the upper part of the lungs. If you do not let your children go home, why do they do it at a hotel? Another thing that prevents the other guests is that the times of tranquility are not respected. Only because you are away from home does not mean that you can act at all times during the day or at night.

Being in a hotel is a freedom, parents can go to the restaurant or bar while the kids go to the pool, but this is also complicated as children always have to be supervised for water, regardless of his age Even if parents return to the pool service, it is better than any supervision. Ideally, children should behave properly in the pool area, which is not a race, not submerged in shallow waters and observe the rules of the pool. The same thing happens with the gym or the gym if the hotel has one. This is for all the guests to use, and if your child has a legitimate reason to be there, supervised, this is great, but having a group of children who go to the gym annoy other guests. It is not like that.

For the majority Children and hotels are a great mix, and families observe the rules, the children are polite and silent and everything is fine, it is when the area shows that the problems arise. Nobody wants to be expelled from a hotel, so I comply with the rules of fun for everyone.