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It's not good form in Spanish to juxtapose two nouns and have one serve as an adjective for the other. Salon de Personalliterally means Room of Staff, or Staff's Room. This is acceptable. If you leave out the de, it means "Room Staff," which is gibberish. Personal Salon is also gibberish. It goes against Spanish grammar. If you're putting up a sign in Spanish on your staff room, just put up a sign that says, "Solo Personal" [It means, Staff Only] or simply "Personal." [It means Staff] The "Room/Salon" part will be understood.

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If by room you mean the place where you sleep (like a hotel room or bedroom) the best word is "recamara" to signify exactly what an American means by that word. However, this word is generally only used in Mexico. Words like habitación, cuarto, or dormitorio are commonly used in other places and have a similar meaning.

If, on the other hand, you mean any room in the house (in the sense that a bathroom or a kitchen is also a room) here in Peru we say "ambiente"

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la sala de práctica

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La sala de la banda

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plantilla

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Q: How do you say staff in spanish?
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