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is booking a single room for 3 okay?

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I have an upcoming trip to Europe with a few days here and a few days there. Me, my wife and 5 year old will be traveling. When I put in 2 adults and 1 child the prices shoot up by at least double because all of the hotels want us to book some kind of suite or something. We really couldn't care if our daughter crashes with us or on a second twin bed so is there anything wrong with booking a room for two and not mentioning the small 3rd?

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