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Hotel sleeps 6 vegas

Wednesday, August 14th, 2017
hotel sleeps 6 vegas

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Are you looking for a hotel sleeps 6 Vegas?  No problem! We have hotel rooms listed in Las Vegas to sleep 5, 6 or more persons in one room, suite or connecting rooms.

Atticus & Finch has trawled the internet and managed to find some of these rooms (also not found on booking engines) .  Find your big family room in Las Vegas now, use the search facility on the right to search online booking engines or visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/256

Hotel sleeps 6 vegas, 6 people in one room, suite or connecting rooms!

Don?t book two rooms and be separated, simply book one and save money!

There are lots of things to do in Las Vegas for your family, please see here for a large list of  things to do for the whole family in Las Vegas here: http://www.vegas.com/attractions/attractions-for-kids/

For a list of restaurants in Las Vegas that are great for families, please visit this site: http://govegas.about.com/od/dining/a/familyrest.htm

Hotel sleeps 5 New York City ? Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island

Wednesday, August 14th, 2017

Are you looking for a hotel sleeps 5 New York City?  No problem! We have hotel rooms listed in New York City to sleep 5, 6 or more persons in one room, suite or connecting rooms.

Atticus & Finch has trawled the internet and managed to find some of these rooms (also not found on booking engines) in places including Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and  Staten Island!  Find your big family room in New York now, use the search facility on the right to search online booking engines or visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/260

Hotel sleeps 5 New York City, 5 people in one room, suite or connecting rooms!

Don?t book two rooms and be separated, simply book one and save money!

There are lots of things to do in New York for your family, please see here for a list of  landmarks for first time visitors! http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=3281

Click here for some travel tips when visiting New York City http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=3054

Hotel sleeps 6 New York City – Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island

Monday, August 12th, 2017

Are you looking for a hotel sleeps 6 New York City?  No problem! We have hotel rooms listed in New York City to sleep 5, 6 or more persons in one room, suite or connecting rooms.

Atticus & Finch has trawled the internet and managed to find some of these rooms (also not found on booking engines) in places including Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and  Staten Island!  Find your big family room in New York now, use the search facility on the right to search online booking engines or visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/260

Hotel sleeps 6 New York City, 6 people in one room, suite or connecting rooms!

Don’t book two rooms and be separated, simply book one and save money!

There are lots of things to do in New York for your family, please see here for a list of  landmarks for first time visitors! http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=3281

Click here for some travel tips when visiting New York City http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=3054

Colorado: A Great Place For Skiing – Guest Post

Thursday, November 1st, 2016

For the traveler Colorado is an excellent mix of both urban and natural attractions. Although the main attraction of Colorado is the Rocky Mountains which are located in the western half of the state and offer excellent skiing opportunities. Among these skiing destinations are the top names such as Aspen, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs and Vail.

Although if urban travel is more of your thing then Colorado still have something for you. Denver is an excellent place where you can visit many city attractions including museums and theatres. Denver has an excellent reputation for art and culture. The place to go if you want to experience this is the Denver Art Museum. Another attraction for Denver is the fact that it has seven professional sports teams which is popular with those who enjoy sports.

If you prefer the outdoors, but want a more calm approach than the place to go is Boulder which offers many natural preserves. There are many open space and mountain trails that you can choose from to spend your days in outdoor recreational activities. In addition, the many college institutions around the Boulder area offer a great selection of theatrical and cultural performances.

There are a variety of lodging options in Colorado. Everything is include from chain motels to luxury hotels, from Victorian style B&Bs to small independent motels and cabins. Although when traveling to Colorado the best lodging experience you can have is at a historic hotel. There are many of these to choose from in Colorado and many come with a wonderful breakfast and reasonable rates. Often times you can stay in a wonderful historic B&B for about the same price that you would pay for the standard hotel rooms and breakfast out each morning. Three of the best options include the Brown Palace in Denver, the Strater in Durango and the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.

Although the number one activity that many come to Colorado for is the skiing. There are number of top class skiing resorts to choose from in Colorado that offers excellent accommodations and attractions. Aspen has become known as one of the best skiing locations in the United States and offers runs for all experience levels. The cheaper option is Breckenridge which offers excellent trails for all levels of experience while set is an old fashioned gold-prospecting settlement. This ski lodge will give you a more rustic feel than the other ski resorts in Colorado and is also an excellent choice for families since it also has a number of non ski activities as well. Then there is Vail which is one of the largest ski resorts in the United States with over five thousand acres, close to two hundred trails and over thirty ski lifts. Although this is the more expensive ski resort so you should be prepared for the cost.

 

If you are looking for a big family room that sleeps 5, 6 or more persons in Colorado then please visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/234

Travel Tips For New York City

Wednesday, September 5th, 2016

New York, New York ? so good they named it twice ? is one of the most fascinating, exciting and cultural cities in the world. Within the 20 square miles that comprise Manhattan can be found some of the world?s greatest museums, shops and restaurants, as well as a spectacular skyline that?s known the world over.

You could spend a lifetime in New York without experiencing everything fully. Some of the sights that any first time visitor to New York must see include the Empire State Building – for many years the world?s tallest building – the immigration museum at Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, Times Square and the United Nations Building.

One of the joys of visiting the city is simply to wander through the different and varied neighborhoods ? Greenwich Village, Chinatown, the Theater District, Harlem and Little Italy. The outlying borough of Brooklyn has several attractions including the botanical gardens and the famous amusement park at Coney Island.

One of the biggest attractions is the city?s diversity – in New York you can hear virtually any language spoken and dine in a different ethnic restaurant every night for a month. Apart from Manhattan, the borough of Queens is also well known for its wide selection of foreign restaurants.

Shopping in New York is equally satisfying, offering world class department stores with such famous names as Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales. At the other end of the shopping spectrum are street markets, designer boutiques and specialty stores.

New York has some of the greatest museums in the world ? several conveniently located together at the edge of Central Park. The Metropolitan Museum of Art attracts more visitors than any other place in the city and offers everything from Egyptian mummies to 20th century masterpieces.

On the other hand the city has over 50 smaller but fascinating museums dedicated to such diverse subjects as firefighting, tenement living and the history of finance. Children are not forgotten ? there are several museums aimed at children as well as the ever popular Bronx Zoo with its more than 4,000 animals.

Since the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001, one of New York?s biggest attractions has been the remains of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. More than a tourist attraction, to many it?s a site of pilgrimage and a poignant reminder of the events of that day.

If you need a hotel with a big family room to accommodate 5 or more people then please visit www.atticusandfinch.co.uk

“No! We’re Not There Yet!”- Surviving the Family Road Trip in the US

Wednesday, July 25th, 2016

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, travel is increasing every year and it is predicted that even more people will be on the road this year. Traveling with the family can be a great way to spend quality time together but it can also be stressful. Increase your chances of a fun, stress-free and safe vacation by following these simple tips:

Beat boredom with child’s play. “Are we there yet?” What is it about these words that go straight to a parent’s spine? Keep kids entertained with some great car games that make getting where you’re going half the fun. Magnetic board games, portable video games and classics such as the license plate game, “I Spy” and the alphabet game will keep energetic kids in good spirits and actively engaged no matter how long the journey.

Stop smart. When stopping at rest stops, make sure it’s just your kids getting back in the car and not the bacteria and germs they pick up in the bathroom. Bring products that keep your family healthy, such as hand sanitizer and Lysol Disinfectant Spray, to kill rest stop germs that can be transferred from the rest room to the surfaces in your car. To prepare for those inevitable spills and “oops” moments, keep paper towels or wet wipes handy.

Eat right. Sure, you can stop at the rest stop for food-along with the thousands of other people on the road. But roadside dining doesn’t always offer the healthiest choices. Instead, keep your family’s bellies full with snacks that you can eat right in the car, such as trail mix, string cheese, fruit roll-ups, bottles of water, and fruit. These easy, convenient snacks are yummy (for them) and healthy (for you).

Keep everyone happy. Pick a destination that has fun activities for all ages. While it’s tempting to head for the place that the kids will love, make sure there’s something for mom, dad and grandma to do as well. Some top family vacation spots that offer something for everyone include Orlando, Fla., Anaheim, Calif., Williamsburg, Va., Hershey, Pa. and Yellowstone National Park.

Family vacations can be chaotic but immensely rewarding. And if you keep these tips in mind, you can help ensure safe and happy travels-at least until you get there.

When stopping at rest stops, make sure it’s just your kids getting back in the car and not germs they pick up in the bathroom.

Big Family Fun on Oregon’s Coast

Thursday, July 12th, 2016

The Central Oregon Coast

Oregon’s coast is fantastic for families, with hidden spots that put you right in the middle of some of the best nature can show off, and a myriad of kid-friendly lodgings, restaurants and towns which pull out the stops for the kidlets or bring out the kid in everyone.

Still, you don’t have to sacrifice the finer things when you bring the kids.

On Oregon’s north coast, the tiny town of Manzanita is endowed with a mysterious, woodsy vibe just above its vast expanse of crystalline beach.

Head northward, and you’ll encounter dozens of sandy and rocky beaches perfect for playtime. Drive about 12 miles and you’ll find the ritzy resort town of Cannon Beach. Near a famed Lewis & Clark landmark, Fultano’s Pizza sits and emits wonderful smells of Italian cuisine. With an outdoor patio here, you can still see some of the sights available at the end of Second Street, and enjoy exceptional – even gourmet quality – cuisine at a family pizza joint price.

Fultano’s delivers to local hotels, and they feature slices for lunch. They have a special thin crust recipe that’s especially tasty, crunchy and yet still tender in a way that manages to combine both those latter qualities seamlessly.

Drive north again, to Seaside, and you’ll find a beach town full of things to do for children – most notably Broadway Ave. with its almost dozen arcade businesses, ice cream vendors, kooky gift shops, bumper cars and other attractions. See www.seasideor.com for more.

One highlight is Seaside Helicopters, which whizzes you around above the town for about $25 per person. It’s thoroughly spectacular, as the helicopter takes you over the headland of Tillamook Head and Cannon Beach as well, allowing you unforgettable glimpses of the sea and these landmarks from this unusual vantage point. You even get to see “Goonies Rock” – where part of the cult film was made. Hwy 101, S. Seaside. www.seaside-helicopters.com. (503) 440-4123.

Down on the Central Oregon Coast – about 100 miles south – it’s a vast playground for kids and adults. Lincoln City is filled with miles of super clean beaches and tons of shops and restaurants.

Find big family hotels in Oregon on the Atticus & Finch website

Hotels with big family rooms, suites & connecting rooms to sleep 5 or more in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Girdwood, Homer, Palmer, Seward, Alaska

Wednesday, April 11th, 2016

Prince William Sound in Anchorage

Are you tired of trawling the internet in search of big family rooms to accommodate your big family?  Are you sick of seeing the words ‘maximum occupancy is 4 per room’?  Look no further! Atticus & Finch have scoured the internet and managed to find these elusive rooms in paces including Anchorage, Fairbanks, Girdwood, Juneau, Homer, Palmer, Seward, Sitka, Talkeetna and more in Alaska!! Visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk now and find your big family hotel in Alaska quickly and easily!

Whilst visiting Alaska, why not visit the top 5 things to see and do voted on Trip advisor:

  • Prince William Sound in Anchorage – Soak in the breathtaking scenery of fjords, glaciers, waterfalls and bays whether kayaking, sailing or cruising through the calm waters. Wildlife abounds in the form of whales, seals, sea lions, eagles, bears and deer.
  • Tracy Arm Fjord – Tracy Arm is a magnificent glacier-carved fjord just south of Juneau. Many cruise itineraries include a visit to this incredible place, often as a substitute for the comparable Glacier Bay National Park.  The fjord is part of the 30 mile long Tracy Arm ? Fords Terror Wilderness region, located about 60 miles southeast of Juneau.
  • Panhandle Motorcycle Adventuresin Ketchikan -
    Panhandle Motorcycle Adventures is a locally owned Tour Company offering rentals, and scheduled or private tours.  Take a self-driven tour on Harley-Davidson or Honda motorcycles! Our tours are a unique way to become acquainted with Ketchikan.
  • Alaskan Tails of the Trail with Mary Shields in Fairbanks – While visiting Fairbanks, Alaska in the summer, share a personal home visit with Mary Shields, celebrated Alaskan musher and author, and her sled dogs.
  • Trails End Horse Adventures in Homer – Trails End Horse Adventures offer half-day rides and pack trips. Tel : (907)235-6393

Hotels with big family rooms to sleep 5, 6, 7 or more people in Montgomery, Birmingham, Huntsville, Decatur etc Alabama

Thursday, March 29th, 2016

The beautiful Noccalula Falls in Gadsden, Alabama

If you’ve landed on this page, the chances are, you’re looking for big family hotel rooms in Alabama.  If so, you’ve definately come to the right place! Atticus & Finch  have scoured the internet and managed to find these elusive rooms in places including Montgomery, Birmingham, Huntsville, Decatur, Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Auburn, Dothan, Gantts Quarry, Summerdale and more in Alabama!

Find your big family room in Alabama, USA now, quickly and easily, simply visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/229

Whilst visiting Alabama, why not check out the top 5  things to do in Alabama voted on TripAdvisor:

  • Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, Alabama – This historic museum traces the journey of the civil rights advocates of the 1950s and 60s, who changed the course of American history. The struggle for equality for Black Americans is chronicled here, from the Jim Crow laws in the 1800s to the freedom rides, sit-ins and demonstrations of the 1960s.
  • Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Montgomery, Alabama – ocated in the capital city of Montgomery, Alabama, ASF is the sixth largest Shakespeare Festival in the world. Annually ASF attracts more than 300,000 visitors from all 50 states and over 60 countries.  If you are visiting from across the State or from around the World you will find the area contains a wealth of historical and cultural activities.
  • USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, Mobile, Alabama – From World War II to Iraqi Freedom, at one of America?s finest military parks. Here at Battleship Memorial Park you?ll walk the decks of a mighty battleship. Go below in a World War II submarine. View cockpits of combat aircraft. You?ll also see tanks, a Vietnam River Patrol Boat, and a plane like the one flown by the Tuskegee Airmen. It?s all here, all waiting to be discovered by you!
  • U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama – Home to Space Camp, Aviation Challenge and NASA’s Official Visitor Information Center for Marshall Space Flight Center; The U.S. Space & Rocket Center is recognized as one of the most comprehensive U.S. manned space flight hardware museums in the world.
  • Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Gulf Shores, Alabama – The zoo is tucked away just blocks from the beach and is home to more than 290 animals. Lions, tigers, bears, monkeys and macaws are just some of the creatures that inhabit this Gulf Coast oasis. There’s also a petting zoo, reptile house, aviary and daily animal shows in the summer.

If theme parks are more you thing, don’t miss:

  • Alabama Adventure in Bessemer, Alabama – Two great parks in one (theme park and water park).
  • Waterville Usa in Gulf Shores, Alabama – Amusement Park & Water Park

If you know of any other great attractions in Alabama, please comment on this post:)

 

Family Halloween Events in the Washington DC area 2011 – Find a hotel with a family room for 5, 6 or more!

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Halloween in Washington DC

If you are wanting to attend any of the many Halloween Events taking place in and around Washington DC this year but are struggling to find hotels with family rooms or suites that can accommodate your big family of 5, 6 or more, then you’ve come to the right place! Atticus & Finch has scoured the internet and found many hotels in Washington DC and surrounding states Mayland & Virginia that can sleep 5, 6 or more! Visit www.atticusandfinch.co.uk now and find your hotel for big families quickly and easily!

Now we’ve got the hotel sorted where will you spend Halloween? Well, there’s lots of events taking place in and around Washington DC.  How about
Boo at the Zoo at the National Zoo in Washington DC or Fright Fest at Six Flags America in Maryland, the park will be totally transformed into a Halloween playground, weekends from October 1 – October 30. You?ll have a ghoulish good time with our hair-raising shows, electrifying street entertainment and thrilling haunted attractions. Plus, experience all your favorite rides in the dark.  Don’t miss the Vienna Halloween Parade in Virginia, If you haven’t been to the Vienna Halloween Parade before, you’re in for a treat! Begun in the 1940s by the Vienna Businessman’s Association (now the Vienna-Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce), the Parade was originally a gathering of local kids so they could show off their costumes to the Town of Vienna.   Why not take a ghost tour? Tours features professional tour guides who will show you a Washington DC road map of the paranormal.  Whatever you decide I’m sure you’ll have a great time!     HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!