In hotels we find variety of rooms; brief outlines of each of those are as follows –
Room with one single bed that is made for only one person is called Single room. The standard sizes are 140 square feet for AC (Air-Conditioned) room and 160 square feet for non-AC rooms excluding bathroom.
This is a room having two large beds for 2 persons to occupy. The standard sizes are 180 square feet for AC room and 220 square feet for non-AC room excluding bathroom.
It is a room having 2 single beds with 2 separate head-boards. The standard sizes are 180 square feet for AC room and 220 square feet for non-AC room excluding bathroom.
It is room having 2 single beds with a common head-board. The standard sizes are 180 square feet for AC room and 220 square feet for non-AC room excluding bathroom.
This is a parlour set up with one or more couches, which can be converted into a sleeping arrangement whenever required.
This is a room having all sitting arrangement but which are not used for sleeping purpose.
This is a parlour set up having 1 room for living purpose and another for sleeping purpose.
This is a large room with a partition separating the bedroom and living room.
Room connected by a common stairway at different levels where the above level is used for sleeping purpose and ground level is for living purpose.
Two rooms, side by side allowing exit to another without using any corridor.
It is the room at terrace level and very expensively decorated with modern furniture. It has glass partitions instead of wall which are covered with heavy curtains. This is supposed to be the most expensive room of the hotel.
This is the room situated near swimming pool for changing purpose.
This is the room having kitchenette facility within the room.
This is the room used by the residential guest to entertain their own guests. This room is generally charged by an hourly basis.
Role away beds
These are beds which can be used both as sleeping and living purpose as per the will of the guests.
This is a room which has pool facing, sea facing or which offers any view.
It is a bed which is attached to the wall and can be opened and used at will of the guest.
Room that is not occupied but shown occupied at the reception of front office. It could be a mistake or hotel does not want to sale the room for some reason that excludes any maintenance work.
When a double or twin room is let out under a single occupancy but the guest brings some other guest who spent the night in the room without the notice of front office.