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Priceline/Hotwire searches: How to force two beds/room?

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I tavel with two teens, who like their own beds. They are old enough to have their own hotel room, apart from my hubby and I - we are a family of four.

I know Priceline and Hotwire consider a 'double' room to be one double or queen bed, or two of those beds, or two single beds. You cannot specify or find out ahead of time reliably, even in hotels who do have two beds/room as you may get assigned a single bed.

As long as my boys have their own beds, any size, they are OK!

So...I was thinking that I could ask for two rooms - two adults, three kids, or five adults. Would that force a three bed solution, over two rooms?

What says the Fodors community?

I'm just curious if this has been addressed before.

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