Rama does not have cribs. We brought a Kidco Peapod, like the one in the link below, and it worked out very well for us for our 6 weeks stayed at Rama last December.http://www.amazon.com/KidCo-PeaPod-Lime ... 028&sr=8-2
The things I like about the peapod is that it is very light, small to carry, and protected our twins from mosquitos. There are a lot of mosquitos any where you stay in Anand and the Peapod was a big help for our twins.
We requested an extra mattress from a room service guys and put the Peapod on the top of it.
1) Reserve your hotel early for as long as you think you'll need. If you can leave Anand early, you just let the Hotel front desk know and they won't charge you for the days that you don't use. Rama is very good at this..
2) Bring a good size fishline or lawn trimmer string to hang-dry your babies cloths. I used the one in the link below and it works out very well. http://www.amazon.com/Black-Decker-AF-1 ... -2-catcorr
On the top level of Rama hotel, access through stairway, there is a cloth line outside in the sun that you can also use to hang-dry your and your babies cloths. We use that everyday for the heavy cloths and blankets.
3) Go to Big Bazzard and get yourself a set of 12 cloths clippers to keep your cloths from dropping on the floor due to wind when you hang-dry them outside on the deck.