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What does joined hotel rooms mean?


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2014-07-26 02:00:58
2014-07-26 02:00:58

The correct term is "adjoining rooms". It means that two rooms are connected together by another door inside the rooms which can be locked if desired.

Generally a room in a hotel have a single entry/exit which open into a gallery or some common passage. But in some cases, especially in a case of a joined hotel rooms one room is attached to the adjacent room by a common door inside. Mainly such kind of rooms are booked by a group of tourists or people who have a need of more beds than a single room have. Most of the luxary hotels have such facilities. You need to ask for such facility at the time of booking. You might have to pay some extra money for such but in return you may stay together with your all other friends.

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