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What kid wouldn't want to have a sleepover with Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants? HotelChatter.com has the scoop on five hotels where your children can snooze along with their favorite cartoon characters.

5 Hotels Where Your Kids Can Sleep With Their Favorite Characters

Book your SpongeBob SquarePants or Dora the Explorer Package!

From July to December 2010, check into participating JW Marriott, Mariott Hotels & Resorts, Courtyard, Fairfield Inn & Suites, SpringHill Suites, Residence Inn, and TownePlace Suites for a family trip and your kids will receive free goodies (activity book, Nickelodean branded keycard, activity placemat and more), along with a fun-filled weekend of fun! Festivities included dive-in movies, crafts and special appearance by the characters. Visit Mariott.com for more information.

Barbie's Dream Hotel

Always wanted to live in Barbie's Dream House? Well, here's your chance! Live the dream in this tricked out Barbie-themed hotel room. Go Barbie-pink in the City of Lights! While in Paris, invite Suri Cruise and Violet Affleck over for a slumber party at the Hotel Hôtel Plaza Athénée. They are sure to love the over-the-top Barbie ambiance. (Sorry, girls: Ken sold separately.) One Barbie Room connecting with one Deluxe Room for the parents starts at 1 600 €. Amenities include daily continental breakfasts for both children and parents.

Eloise at The Plaza

This is definitely a girl's slumber party fantasy come true! Recreating the magic of Eloise, The "Live Like Eloise Slumber Party" package allows up to six young girls to enjoy an evening of Eloise-style adventure and be princesses of The Plaza, like Eloise... Luxurious overnight accommodations in a Plaza Suite • $25 Gift Card to the new Eloise Shop at The Plaza • Kay Thompson's Eloise's Guide to Life: or, How to Eat, Dress, Travel. Behave and Stay Six Forever• Super Duper Sundaes from In-Room Dining• Eloise Post Cards and pen with complimentary postage• An assortment of Eloise DVD's accompanied by Eloise's favorite movie snacks for sharing To book year-round, go to Fairmont.com

Dr. Seuss at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel

It's as if you've stepped into one of the beloved stories of Dr. Seuss at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando. The two-room suites offer plenty of space for the whole family at 650 sq. ft.: a king bedroom for the adults and two twin-sized beds in the children's portion of the suite. According to HotelChatter.com "The deal includes a Seuss reading library, a set of mini-sized stuffed animals, a Cat in the Hat frame and green eggs and ham for two. The package starts at $619 per night with a three-day minimum. The room only will set you back $589 a night." For more information, go check out the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel.

Toon-Tastic Nickelodean Suites Resort

Take your pick with what favorite Nickelodeon character your child wants to sleep along side at the at Nickelodeon Suites Resort. This is the wildest, wackiest family resort in Orlando. Rooms are themed with Nickelodeon colors and characters, endless family entertainment all-day long (wanna get slimmed again, Dad?), plus scheduled buss transportation to four Disney theme parks. Rooms start at $199. Go to NickHotel.com for all rates and package information.


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