Family Travel with Q&A Hotel
Traveling with your young family is a wonderful way to make lifelong memories, but it comes with its own set of needs and expectations that not just any hotel can meet. Always up for accommodating any situation, Q&A was pleased to host Nina Potuje of Nina Travels and her adorable family recently at our hotel. Their stay exemplified how a residential aparthotel can be a great solution for traveling families.
Nina and her family enjoyed having a full kitchen in their suite to prepare meals, which benefited them in terms of both budget and convenience:
“We stayed at the amazing residential-apartment hotel Q&A, which had a fully equipped kitchen and enormous rooms compared to the other New York City hotels. The room prices are … very competitive compared to other hotels – and if you deduct the amount spent to eat out, you just found yourself a really good deal.”
We are home and busy working on the NYC blog posts. Happy to share the latest one with you – 14 travel tricks how to do NYC on a budget (link in the profile), including staying in the apartment hotel and preparing the meals yourself, as eating out can be a bit expensive in the city. We had full equiped kitchen in the gorgeous @qandahotel in financial district in Manhattan and started our days with healthy breakfast 😊🍉🍳☕ #ninatravels #ninapotuje #qandahotel #nyc #nycphotography #ignyc #nycity #usa #visitnyc #newyorkcity #ilovenyc #visitusa #travelingwithkids #luxuryhotels #manhattan #rtw #citybreak #neverstopexploring #passionpassport #mytravelgram #travelmum #travelblogger #globettroter #vagabond #travelbug #motherhood #breakfast #sponsored
There’s also nothing better than getting cozy in a hotel bed with your little one.
Read Nina’s full blog on her family’s visit to NYC: 14 travel tricks to do New York on a budget