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10 Must-haves for a Family-friendly Resort

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Room for All

If you can't bear to leave your family pet at home, some resorts do allow small animals, though it might cost extra.
If you can't bear to leave your family pet at home, some resorts do allow small animals, though it might cost extra.
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Although you're on a trip for togetherness, you sure don't want to be tripping over one another, so suites that have separate living areas and kitchens can be a great option. So can cabins. Connecting rooms are often perfect for large families.

While you're working out space issues, don't forget the sleeping arrangements. A pull-out sofa can fold back in to give you more room during the day.

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And if you don't have the heart to leave that canine or feline family member behind, check about pet accommodations. For example, the Broadmoor resort in Colorado Springs, Colo., offers pet bedding, food bowls and a complimentary treat.

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