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London hotels - what does "en suite" mean to you?

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I just returned from a stay at the Balmoral House Hotel near Paddington Station in London. I booked a Single room "en suite", which I assumed meant the room had both shower AND toilet. When I arrived at the hotel, they told me the room had a shower but the toilet was down the hall. I complained, and they put me in a twin room with shower & toilet at the single price.

Was I wrong to assume that "en suite" meant both shower AND toilet or did the hotel mislead me?

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