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Hot Tips: You've Come a Long Way, Baby

Infants have never been the most sought-after hotel guests. But now, resorts eager to coax new parents out of hiding are lavishing the pre-potty set with perks. In Scottsdale, Arizona, the Sanctuary on Camelback (800/245-2051; www.sanctuaryaz.com; doubles from $445) provides Frette crib linens, Mustela bath products, and the use of a coveted Bugaboo Frog stroller—all gratis. • Westin (www.westin.com) has expanded its beloved Heavenly Bed to include Heavenly Cribs. • The Itzy Bitzy Ritzy kids' room at the Ritz-Carlton Cancún (52-998/881-0808; www.ritz-carlton.com; doubles from $219) has a king-sized bed plus a crib alcove, with a changing table and a phone that lights up rather than rings. • No need to bring a babysitter to Jamaica if you stay at the all-suite Franklin D. Resort in Runaway Bay (800/654-1337; www.fdrholidays.com; adults, $180 per person; kids 6-15, $30; under 6, no charge). Your Vacation Nanny—included in the room price—will take care of everything from diapers to story time. • On BWIA West Indies Airways (www.bwee.com) the catering starts before you arrive, with frequent-flier miles for kids under two and triple miles for your baby's first flight—even if he or she can't yet count to three.
—Heidi Sherman Mitchell

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