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Single rooms:
  • The room contains a single bed and is equipped for one person.
  • In the more upscale hotels this usually means that it is actually a double-bed room, but for single-person use.

    Double rooms: there are two types of double rooms:
  • Separate beds
  • Double bed

    Triple rooms: there are either 3 beds in the room or a single and a double bed. In certain hotels they might take a regular double room and add an extra bed.

    Apartments can vary a great deal based on how many rooms there are and how large they might be. This is quite different for each hotel. But most commonly we see:
  • Junior Suite - consists of a bedroom and a living room area.
  • Family apartment - these usually have 2 separate bedrooms and a living room area.

    Standard rooms are the lowest category in hotels. The next in line are the superior and executive rooms. The difference between standard, superior, and executive rooms varies greatly depending on the hotel, but generally speaking the higher category rooms are better equipped and/or larger.

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