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lilpooh108 03-04-2013 01:57 AM

"Baby Cots" in UK Hotel Rooms (help!)
 
UK DIS'ers....

Can you help me with something strange?

We're doing a 3 night stay in London prior to our Disney Med cruise. My baby is 12 months. The hotel has reserved us a "baby cot."

I'm from the US and have no idea what a "baby cot" is. Do you have an idea of what type of baby cots UK hotels generally provide for hotel rooms? Any examples or links to Amazon of what you think may be provided. I've emailed the hotel but I know that it goes to a central reservations desk so I'm not optimistic that the call center people will actually know details about room amenities.

Trying to decide if I need to buy & bring a travel crib for our trip.

Thanks!

Laurafoster 03-04-2013 02:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lilpooh108
UK DIS'ers....

Can you help me with something strange?

We're doing a 3 night stay in London prior to our Disney Med cruise. My baby is 12 months. The hotel has reserved us a "baby cot."

I'm from the US and have no idea what a "baby cot" is. Do you have an idea of what type of baby cots UK hotels generally provide for hotel rooms? Any examples or links to Amazon of what you think may be provided. I've emailed the hotel but I know that it goes to a central reservations desk so I'm not optimistic that the call center people will actually know details about room amenities.

Trying to decide if I need to buy & bring a travel crib for our trip.

Thanks!


Whenever I have stayed in a uk hotel it has always been what we call a travel cot. Which is almost the same as a pack n play that Disney provide.

Something along these lines :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Babyway-BTC-...2387146&sr=8-3

lilpooh108 03-04-2013 03:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Laurafoster (Post 47691458)
Whenever I have stayed in a uk hotel it has always been what we call a travel cot. Which is almost the same as a pack n play that Disney provide.

Something along these lines :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Babyway-BTC-...2387146&sr=8-3

Thanks that's very helpful!


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