When a hotel or resort room category says it is a "family room" or "family suite" it basically means that room allows children to sleep there with their parents. Beyond that, there are probably as many different meanings to the word "family room" as there are hotels in the world.
If you're seeking the answer to this question online, you're probably sorting through hundreds of millions of answers and suggestions. It's overwhelming! And every time you see photos of another all inclusive vacation option that could be a contender, it looks even more enticing than the last one.
We travel agents get this question a LOT from parents with little ones. Generally the answer to this question is "yes". There are however, several points that you may want to consider when it comes to sleeping like a baby when you're all on vacation together.
Let's start by saying there are no wrong answers here when it comes to planning your next family vacation.
As the name implies a "carry on" bag contains the items you'll be carrying with you at all times, whether it's on board an aircraft or onto a cruise ship. Actually even when I take a car road trips, I still pack a carry on bag to keep with me in the back seat for items that I need quick and easy access.