Rollaway cribs

User - posted on 03/22/2010 ( 4 moms have responded )

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Hi all,
I am traveling out of town, and will be staying at a Marriott Hotel. I am debating whether or not to bring my baby's playpen (we're flying) or use the hotel's rollaway crib.
Does anyone have any feedback on Marriott rollaway cribs, or hotel rollaway cribs in general.

Thanks so much for your help ladies!

Ana

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Heather - posted on 03/22/2010

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lol I just noticed all my typos, sorry its close to my bed time! I dont know how old yours is but I remember being paranoid at first since he only slept in his own crib and his pack n play at the sitters. amazingly he slept better in the hotel crib then he usually did in his pack n play!

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User - posted on 03/23/2010

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Haha...don't worry about it! I understood. She is nine months old, so I don't think she'll miss her pack and play. It's just so much money to ship the pack and play, car seat, and stroller. Whatever I can save money on, without compromising her safety, I will do.
Thanks again for your feedback!
I really appreciate it!

Heather - posted on 03/22/2010

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I used one at a marriott when my son was about 4 months old, the mattresses are thing but thicker then a pack-n-play once it was open and secured I found it was sturdy and didnt "accident;y" collpase even when run into by me on accident. Save yourself the checked bag fee and just use theirs! I weould recommend taking your own sheet and soemthing from your childs crip to remind them of their crib at home

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