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How do you say "2 single beds" in Norwegian?

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I'm looking for hotels in Norway and Sweden for our upcoming trip with our two college age sons. We expect them to share a room, but it seems that Norwegian hoteliers make no distinction between a room with one double bed and one with two single beds next to each other. They're both "double rooms" and that's all there is to it. I've just had an email exchange with one hotel whose website clearly shows that in at least one room, the beds are twins, pushed together. I asked to book that room, or another one with 2 single beds. The hotel's response: they have only double rooms. Is this some kind of cultural thing? Are my sons really the first travelers in Norway to prefer one man, one bed? Or am I failing to use the right words to describe what I want? Can someone tell me how to say "I would like to book a double room with two single beds, please" in Norwegian (and also in Swedish)? Thanks for your help!

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