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Old Feb 18th, 2023, 07:21 AM
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Can someone help me with the “hotel lingo” for England?

Doubles - does that mean two people in a room? Triple - three?

I get a bit confused with the hotel lingo there vs. the United States.
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Old Feb 18th, 2023, 07:36 AM
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Can someone help me with the “hotel lingo” for England?

Doubles - does that mean two people in a room? Triple - three?

I get a bit confused with the hotel lingo there vs. the United States.
Lingo, most search software uses numbers. I just checked booking.com and you type in adult and children numbers and room numbers required
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Old Feb 18th, 2023, 09:26 AM
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Doubles sleep 2. Twins sleep 2. Kings sleep 2. Triples sleep 3.

What you want is a Family room. They mostly sleep 4 but a few allow 5 either in existing beds or with a rollaway. Some hotels do have connecting rooms that will hold 5 together - but they tend to be at the posh end of the budget. There are few US-type 'suite hotels that have two beds and a sofa sleeper.

There are lots of flats between studios, 1 bdrm and 2 bdrm that have configurations sleeping 5
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