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Traveling with Children

Children Under 2 Years Old
For domestic flights (flights within the US or Puerto Rico), children under the age of 2 do not need an airline ticket if they sit on an adult's lap. Please be aware that airlines permit only one lap infant per adult traveler. If you do not want your child to sit on your lap, you will need to purchase a separate ticket. You can do this by listing them as a child rather than an infant in the passenger section of our website.

On international flights (all flights outside of the U.S.), an infant must have a ticket, even if the infant sits on an adult's lap. In addition, full standard departure, arrival, passenger, airport, and security taxes apply to all infants. Please note that all persons, including newborn infants, are required to obtain passports in their own name.

If you require a crib or other special bedding for your infant, you will need to call your hotel and arrange for these special needs prior to check-in. All bedding requests are based on hotel availability and are at the discretion of the hotel. Any charges incurred as a result of special bedding arrangements will be the responsibility of the customer.

Minimum Age to Travel without Adults
Based on the policies of many of our hotel partners, at least one person in your party must be at least 21 years old.

In addition, persons under the age of 18 may not travel on airline tickets purchased through priceline unless they are accompanied by an adult, 18 years of age or older. Some carriers provide a supervision service for unaccompanied minors. Contact your airline directly to determine availability and associated cost.

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