Types of Rooms

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  1. SINGLE ROOM (SR) or (-): A room that has one single bed meant to accommodate one person.
  2. DOUBLE ROOM (DR) or (+): A room that has one double bed meant to accommodate one or two persons.
  3. TWIN ROOM (T) or (=): A room that has two single beds separated from each other and meant to accommodate two persons.
  4. TWIN DOUBLE ROOM: A room that has two double beds separated from each other and meant to accommodate four persons. Usually meant for families & also known as family room or double double
  5. HOLLYWOOD ROOM: A room that has two single beds separated from each other but with a single head board meant to accommodate two persons.
  6. PARLOUR: A sitting or a living room not used as bedroom.
  7. STUDIO ROOM: A parlor set up with one studio bed (sofa and bed).
  8. SUITE: It is a parlor set up connected with one or more bedrooms and is of the costliest accommodation in the hotel because the room size is larger then other rooms, offer more privacy to the occupants, more facilities and more amenites are provided. A typical décor or furnishing is done along with the color scheme. Particular views that the room overlooks provides the name to the suite.
  9. JUNIOR SUITE: A large room with a partition separating the living room furnishing with the bedroom.
  10. DUPLEX ROOM: A set of rooms not at the same level and connected by an internal stairway. Generally the parlor and one bedroom may be on one floor and the other bedroom on the other floor.
  11. EFFICIENCY ROOM: A room that has kitchen facilities attached with it. These rooms are found in motels, resorts, and residential hotels.
  12. HOSPITALITY ROOM: It is a parlor with additional facilities used by the hotel guest to entertain his guests, usually charged on hourly basis.
  13. INTERCONNECTING ROOM: Two rooms adjacent to each other having an interconnecting door allowing entry from one room to other without having to go out into the corridor.
  14. CABANA ROOM: This room is found near the swimming pool. It is attractively furnished, it also has a bar and additional supplies of towels are provided in this room,
  15. PENT-HOUSE: A set of rooms situated on the top most floor of the hotel and is one of the costliest accommodations. Patronized by people who would like to stay for longer duration in the hotel. It is provided with kitchen and servants quarters and a separate passage. A small garden is also provided. Part of the room is open to the sky,
  16. LANAI ROOM: Room overlooking the view of waterfall or natural scenery.

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