There are hotels and resorts that play up their child-friendly atmosphere to attract customers. But not every hotel is looking for families to book with them. In fact, they ask you keep your children at home.
According to ABC News, more hotels are putting a ban on kids. They aren't being overt about it, they are just enforcing minimum-age requirements for guests who are looking for a child-free experience.
Click here to see some of the hotels, resorts and inns that are saying "no" to pint-sized guests.
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