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What is a "Twin Room"?

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I'm trying to book a hotel room in Stockholm for Mr. Kgsd and me. I've looked online and contacted a travel agent, who suggested a "Twin Superior Room." She said all hotel rooms in Europe are called "Twin" or "Twin Superior" and you can request a queen bed or 2 twin beds (which I don't mind).

Does this travel agent know what she's talking about? If I book a "Twin Room" am I going to be stuck with 2 people in a twin bed?

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