12 Hotels with Bunk Beds to Earn & Redeem Points


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As families begin to consider traveling for the summer, there are plenty of hotel options that cater to those with kids in tow. Whether you’re hoping to redeem hotel points or looking to accumulate more, these hotel rooms — tailored especially to families — have you covered.

Here are just some of the hotels with bunk beds where you can earn or redeem points for your stay.

Choice Privileges

1. The Paul Hotel NYC-Chelsea, Ascend Hotel Collection

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Visitors to New York in search of a bunk bed setup need not worry about having teenagers around at The Paul Hotel NYC-Chelsea, Ascend Hotel Collection. Dubbed two single-bed rooms, these save space by placing the beds on top of each other. The room setup works well for two friends traveling together or for teenage kids whose parents are comfortable with letting them have their own room. Bunk beds in hotels are a great way to save space in big cities, and visitors here can rack up Choice Privileges points during a stay here.

Hilton Honors

2. The Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa

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IHG Rewards

3. Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel

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In Portland, Oregon, the Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel has a room called The Bunkalow, which is popular with families for its bunk beds. Guests can earn and redeem IHG Rewards during their stay, and points multiply quickly for guests using an IHG-affiliated card like the IHG® Rewards Club Premier Credit Card, which awards as many as 25 points per dollar spent on eligible stays.

Marriott Bonvoy

4. Delta Hotels Virginia Beach Bayfront Suites

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These bunk bedrooms at Delta Hotels Virginia Beach Bayfront Suites are essentially two-bedroom suites, with a king bed in one room and four bunk beds in another. There’s also a sofa bed and balcony in these waterfront rooms — making it a great fit for larger families.

This is the only hotel on Chesapeake Bay with a private beach offering a beach chair, umbrella, toys and non-motorized water sports. Plus, guests can earn Marriott Bonvoy points when staying here.

5. Moxy Miami South Beach

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6. JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa

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The Family Suites at the JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa are a great option for parents with kids. This new king family suite with bunk bed comes with a separate bedroom for parents, chalkboard walls and space-themed wallpaper, plus special welcome gifts for kids.

7. Sheraton Niagara Falls

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Radisson Rewards

8. Radisson Blu Anaheim

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World of Hyatt

9. Hyatt Place at Anaheim Resort / Convention Center

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10. Hyatt Place Orlando/Lake Buena Vista

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Disney fans will also appreciate the Hyatt Place Orlando/Lake Buena Vista, just one mile from Walt Disney World in Orlando, to take advantage of a similar setup of the Family Room King accommodation. It features a king bed in the bedroom with an adjacent living area separated by sliding doors. There, guests will find a sleeper sofa and two twin bunk beds.

11. Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort Spa and Casino

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Wyndham Rewards

12. Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach

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Facing the crystalline waters of Florida’s Clearwater Beach, the dozen rooms with bunk beds at Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach are popular with families. Thanks to a partnership with the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, these themed rooms feature dolphin and sea turtle decor.

It’s not always possible to redeem points for bunk bed rooms

Earning points is always a great option when traveling with family or friends, and at most hotels, you can redeem points for these rooms. Since some hotels categorize these accommodations as specialty rooms or suites, the points value will vary. At others, these rooms may not be eligible for point redemption at all.

Be sure to check with the property when making a reservation to see if you can use your points.

If you stay at hotels with bunk beds

Family travel can be easier when staying at hotels with bunk beds. It’s even better when you can earn points in your favorite loyalty program or have the chance to redeem points for a more affordable stay. Whether you’re heading to the chaos of Disneyland or the calming beaches of Aruba, you’re bound to find hotel rooms with bunk beds to suit your family’s needs.

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Owen Mayhttps://allstocksnews.com
Owen May is the editor-in-chief of AllStocksNews. He has a master's in economics and you will find him covering various topics.


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