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Bed terminology in Parisian hotels - help

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I am starting to research hotels for my trip to Paris next October. I am a bit confused by the descriptions of "double bed" in Parisian hotels. -- does this mean, twice the size of a single bed, therefore a king (or even a queen-size) bed? or does it mean the size/measurements of an American full/double bed? Just want to have enough room for me and my DH, who tosses and turns all night. Thanks for helping to un-confuse me!

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