Alternatives to pack-n-plays for travel with baby?

tiddled says:

Every time we have traveled with our baby (now about 11 months old), we have put him in a pack-n-play, but he hates it and has a very difficult time sleeping in it. He gets very upset and cries as if we are abandoning him in a pit, and he wakes up...

says: Our son is extremely tall (almost 4 feet at age 5), and he never liked the pack and play. I don’t know if you’re planning to stay in a hotel, but the first thing you can check is if they have a...

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