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Guestroom types

Guestroom types are a differentiation among the varieties of guestroom based on types of sleeping accommodations or equipment; usually identified by specific symbols as follows:

  • t - room with one twin bed

  • tt - room with two twin beds;

  • d - room with one double bed

  • dd - room with two double beds

  • st - studio, room with a Day bed or convertible sofa.

  • q - room with one queen bed; k, room with one king bed.

  • p - parlor sitting room usually having hidden sleep equipment, may be set For a small meeting or hospitality function;

  • s - suite, two or more rooms that connect internally and are sold as one unit;

  • con - rooms that are adjacent and Connect internally

  • bs - bilevel suite, a suite on two levels having an internal stairway between levels.

  • es - executive suite, a high-quality suite, usually having two or more rooms but only one with access to the hotel corridor.

Also, read about different room types in hotels.

Synonyms: room types