Cribs & Sleeping

Rent a crib that is JPMA certified, thoroughly cleaned and sanitized, and comfortable. So your baby will sleep well during your visit to Las Vegas wether you’re staying in a Hotel or staying with the Grandparents. We also rent Pack ‘N Plays, bed rails, and cots, ensuring that we’ll have exactly what you need for your child. Please view our Crib and Pack ‘N Play inventory below to determine which sleep option is best for your baby.

Renting a Crib and Other Baby Sleep Options

Option #1 – Pack-N-Plays:
Not recommend for sleeping at night, especially not for a week-long vacation. Babies generally don’t sleep as well or deeply in htem as they do in a more spacious crib with a firmer surface.
Option #2 – Rent a Full-Size Crib:
Renting a full-size, JPMA-certified crib is the best option in most circumstances.  The only downside is that if you are staying in a very small space, it takes up more room than a Pack-N-Play.  But, your baby will feel like the king that he is sleeping with the same amount of space that he usually has, and on a mattress as thick as he is used to.
Option #3 – Use a hotel’s crib or the old crib being stored at your parents’ house:
Most hotels don’t offer full-size cribs, most are smaller portable cribs or metal cribs.  So, if you decide to use a hotel’s crib, ask the hotel about the size of the crib, whether the crib meets the latest federal safety standards, and how they clean and sanitize the cribs.  It’s probably a good idea to bring your own crib sheets, too.  As far as the crib at your parents’ house, if it was purchased prior to June 28, 2011 (which is when all cribs sold in the United States needed to meet new the new federal crib safety requirements), it is probably not as safe as it needs to be.