You'll probably want to baby proof your hotel room to some extent. When you first enter the room, remove anything from low tables that you do not want your child to have and place it in a closet, up high, or have it removed from the room.
Double check that all the furniture is stable. We once stayed in a rental apartment where the TV was balanced precariously on a wobbly old stand. Our son was pulling up on everything at that stage, so we quickly moved the TV to the floor and stored the stand in a closet!
Bring Duct Tape and blue painters tape. You can tape over almost anything that you think is a risk. Use the duct tape on unpainted surfaces (eg power outlets) and blue tape on things that seem more fragile.
Tap water in many hotels is very hot, so don't ever leave a toddler unattended in a bathroom. If there is a bidet, turn the water to it off at the wall.
You won’t be able to baby proof as thoroughly as you would at home, so be sure to watch your baby or child carefully.
Need more help? Check out our Step-by-Step guide to Babyproofing a hotel room