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Types of Lodging

Double: A Room Assigned to two People
Double: A Room Assigned to two People

Quoting rates as based on double occupancy gives a hotel the ability to impose surcharges if more than two people book a hotel room. The surcharge typically depends on the number of extra people using the room, as well as hotel policies.

King: A Room With a King-Sized bed
King: A Room With a King-Sized bed

A lot of hotels use a "hotel king" for their beds. Standard King is 76" wide by 80" long. The California King Bed is more narrow, but longer (72" wide by 84" long). A "Hotel King" uses the smallest dimensions of both of those - it's the length of a standard king but the width of a California king.

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Quad: A Room Assigned to Four People
Quad: A Room Assigned to Four People

The following room type definitions are common throughout the lodging industry: Single: A room assigned to one person. ... Quad: A room assigned to four people.

Queen: A Room With a Queen-Sized bed
Queen: A Room With a Queen-Sized bed

Definition of queen room: Hotel room with a queen-size bed. Dictionary Term of the Day Articles Subjects BusinessDictionary Business Dictionary Dictionary Toggle navigation ...

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Single: A Room Assigned to one Person
Single: A Room Assigned to one Person

Following room type definitions are common in the hotel industry: 1) Single: A room assigned to one person. May have one or more beds. The room size or area of Single Rooms are generally between 37 m² to 45 m².

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Triple: A Room Assigned to Three People
Triple: A Room Assigned to Three People

3) Triple: A room that can accommodate three persons and has been fitted with three twin beds, one double bed and one twin bed or two double beds. The room size or area of Triple Rooms are generally between 45 m² to 65 m².

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