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Where to stay with 4 adults?

San Francisco
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Where to stay with 4 adults?

Most of the hotels/bungalows I found have 1 big king/queen bed or 1 bed and a single. We will be 4 adults traveling and hoping to stay in 1 room/villa/bungalow, etc. Any large and small bungalow recommendations that has more than 1 larger bed for us?

We would LOVE to find a more local type villa/housing for us, but we are SPG members too and I know they have the Le Meridian. We just want somewhere we can walk to town/food etc without having to taxi. And we dont have to be right on the beach, but a view of the beach from a hillside area is fine. any thoughts?

Goteborg, Sweden
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31 reviews
1. Re: Where to stay with 4 adults?

Sorry, I can´t help you with any tips for a 1 room/villa/bungalow. But I can gurantee you that if you book 2 rooms at Le Meridien with connecting doors, you will feel like you are staying in 1 room even if the doors are closed :-). We could hear every word our neighbours said when we were staying at LM in a room with connecting doors (luckily for us they were from France and we don´t understand French). Good luck with the search!

Poulton Le Fylde...
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for Khao Lak, Khao Sok National Park
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2. Re: Where to stay with 4 adults?

Sorry I missed this post before.

For a decent, good value for money bungalow resort, with its own pool, restaurant, 5 minutes from Bang Niang Beach, easy access to restaurants, bars and shops AND with family accommodation in 2 bedrooms (1xKing Size, 1x Twin beds) have a look at the Cousin Resort at http://cousinresort.com/

The Ayara Vills just down the road in the same area also jhas family accommodation - see http://www.ayara-villas.com/

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