Explanation of Room Types
Single room - a room with one single bed for one person.
Twin room - a room with two single beds for two persons.
Double room - a room with one double bed for two persons.
Triple room - a room with three single beds, or double bed plus an extra bed. The third bed may be a rollaway (non-permanent) one depending on each property’s room arrangement.
Extra bed - often suitable for a child under the age of 18 years, but may be suitable for adults too.
Suite - two combined rooms – bedroom and living room.
Ensuite - Rooms have bath or shower and toilet. Showers are often over bath.
Dormitory - a common usage of the term ’dormitory’ is for a large room with many single beds that share facilities.
Apartments - are designed to offer accommodation which is more substantial and similar in some ways to being a ’home’. They normally range from containing one to four separate bedrooms, with a separate lounge area and bathroom. Apartments also contain a full kitchen or a scaled down version known as a ’kitchenette’.