Hotel Sex While Sharing a Room With Your Kids

Staying in a hotel is great! But less fun if you’re sharing a room with your kids. Fortunately if your kids are young you can still get in some adult activities after they fall asleep or in the middle of the night. Obviously you don’t want to disturb your precious little ones as they slumber, but you can’t be expected to keep your hands off each other for the whole trip, right?!

This isn’t rocket science, but here are a few tips for having sex while you’re sharing a hotel room with your kids.

  • Be quiet. Well duh. Bite your lips, and stifle your moans into your spouse’s neck.
  • Two queen beds. Obviously you don’t want to share a king bed with your kids while you’re getting it on.
  • Darkness is your friend. Turn off all the lights and close the curtains. Most hotel rooms can be made very dark, so do it. That way if the kids do hear something at least they won’t see anything.
  • Turn the temperature down as cold as possible. This keeps the fan going (to cover any noise you make) and it also keeps you comfortable while you’re writhing around under the covers.
  • Missionary position is good because you can do it under the covers and the movements required are pretty minimal. Girl-on-top positions will be much harder to conceal.
  • Or you can always do it in the shower with the door closed!

Unfortunately the need for stealth may make it hard for the wife to orgasm. Obviously this will depend on the woman, and if you have any tips for getting her off silently then please share them in the comments.

7 comments

  1. “•Turn the temperature down as cold as possible. This keeps the fan going (to cover any noise you make) and it also keeps you comfortable while you’re writhing around under the covers.” — hadn’t thought of this one, but it’s brilliant!!

  2. We have always used the bathroom for sex when traveling with the kids. We are usually gone for more than two weeks. Waiting for sex is painful for my husband so waiting to get back home won’t do. As the children became teenagers, it became harder and harder to sneak off to the bathroom. Teenagers stay up late on their computers so..we waited until early morning. Usually they would sleep in, so our activities were moved to the early morning, in the bathroom. Now we are empty nesters, no more worries.

  3. The bathroom is a good option also, and the shower’s always fun. We take showers together frequently, so maybe our kids will grow up accustomed to it?

  4. We used the large vanity in a hotel room high above Time Square before our showers one morning, while two middle-school boys watched TV. Once we enjoyed ourselves in the bathtub of an airport motel late at night, while our elementary boys slept soundly. I found the tub too hard and uncomfortable.

  5. Kids (still under 10 at the time) had their own pillow pets, and each bed had three pillows and a bolster. We built a little wall on the edge of their bed out of extra pillows and bolsters that they couldn’t see over if they were lying down. To them it’s just a reminder not to fall off. To us, a little extra privacy. 🙂

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