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Rollaway beds at the Sands?

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Rollaway beds at the Sands?

So we are looking to stay at the Sands again for our 2 night acclimation back to reality from the solitude of North. Last time our smallest was in a pack-n-play, but now he's too big for that. We will likely get a 2-bedroom to save cash, but I was curious whether the Sands had rollaway beds. I know they have a pull-out sofa in the LR, but didn't really want to put a kid out there, as that means once the kids go to bed we go to bed. Thanks for any thoughts or input.

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1. Re: Rollaway beds at the Sands?

Yes, they do, free of charge. Be sure to reserve early.

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2. Re: Rollaway beds at the Sands?

Well, everybodys got to close down their active central nervous system(go to sleep) on a daily basis. So they should have a roll-a-way bed for one of your sons. You are correct about when the children go to bed, you have to if you want that down time in the living room with your spouse. DR. JIM

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3. Re: Rollaway beds at the Sands?

Thanks. Will reserve it or maybe just convince hubby to get a 3 bedroom.

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