My husband and I are moving really far away. With all of the drama of moving and some things with my husband's work we are not even considering having any family member visit us and therefore not asking anyone over. Without going into too much of an issue here, my husband and I will not even be moved into a house but will be staying in a hotel from a month to who knows how long and our things will arrive who knows when (it's a long story) however this has not stopped family relatives (primarily my side) from trying to invite themselves over. I have already explained that this is not an option and with things being too hectic, its not a good idea which leads to "Well, after everything calms down (who knows when that is) when can we come over?" This means getting plane tickets and everything.
I hate having to appease everyone but the family members who have constantly asked aren't getting the hint that once we do settle down the new home is not going to be opened like a hotel. I want to have time to explore my surroundings and because I work at home, get myself better situated as well as my husband getting to know his new workplace. Also, these family members have not taken "No" seriously and had already visited us a couple of months ago and even though I love my relatives, I just want to have time with just my husband and I after such a move. How do you be polite but assertive in saying a simple "No,its not good for us."?