Having a pet may keep you from going on long summer vacations as often as you would like.
Of course you can board the animal, but often having a trusted family member or friend come in and take care of the rabbit causes much less stress then taking them to a bunny hotel. It's always easiest for the bunny to get to know the caretaker ahead of time, so they don't get stressed out when they see someone new feeding them and trying to hold them.
The bunny caretaker should be instructed on not only what the bunny needs to eat, but on what the bunny can absolutely NOT eat. Many people think that, duh, rabbits can eat lettuce. In reality, they cannot, and feeding a baby any fruits or veggies can result in death.
The bunny nanny should also be instructed on what to do in case of an emergency. Rabbits can go downhill very quickly, and if you're across the country or even out of town, it can be impractical for you to make it back to your bunny to take it to the vet immediately.
A vet I recommend is The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine in Bothel. I have not actually used this facility, but they seem trustworthy and they take are open 24hrs for emergency or critical care. They also take rabbits for boarding. Like I said, I haven't actually used them, but I have an emergency with the bunnies I won't think twice about going there.