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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
Have family rooms booked with travelodge and premier inn. Its booked for 2 adults and one child. My question is would our 23 yearold be able to stay in our room too? Thanks in advance
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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#1
The family rooms are usually one double bed and a sofa type bed which converts by pulling out an underneath section which is wider than a single but not as long as a standard bed together with a very thin cushion rather than an actual mattress. I think the sofa bed would be far too small and uncomfortable for an adult and you'd be better off getting another room.
#2
Contact the hotel, I'm sure they will confirm if that is acceptable.

Why do people ask questions like this when all they need to do is contact the company directly for a definitive answer?
#3
I just wondered if someone else has experienced this problem
#4
I am a Room Attendant in a travelodge and its not uncommon for 3 adults to be staying in a family room i don't see a problem.
Where i work they would even put and extra bed in a twin room if needeed just let them know your needs they are very accommodating.:)

Edited By: allycat38 on Jul 04, 2014 19:26
#5
Wyley100
Contact the hotel, I'm sure they will confirm if that is acceptable.

Why do people ask questions like this when all they need to do is contact the company directly for a definitive answer?

Some people are not confident on a phone, some people feel the email system for some companies are not very efficient, some people feel that as this is an 'ASK' section of the forum they are well within their rights to ask away.....................they are 100% correct. ;)

Edited By: NEtech on Jul 04, 2014 19:38
#6
NEtech
Wyley100
Contact the hotel, I'm sure they will confirm if that is acceptable.

Why do people ask questions like this when all they need to do is contact the company directly for a definitive answer?

Some people are not confident on a phone, some people feel the email system for some companies are not very efficient, some people feel that as this is an 'ASK' section of the forum they are well within their rights to ask away.....................they are 100% correct. ;)

If they can book a room surly they could use the same medium to ask a simple question. My point being it's better to get confirmation from the supplier rather than hope somebody else will give them the correct answer, which maybe wrong!
#7
I don't disagree with you there mate, however some people may just ask the question on here to feel the water, then if they get an answer close to what they were expecting then go ahead and approach the company.

If they get all negatives replies,mainly from genuine members, and you can usually tell if people are trolling or being genuine, then it is fairly safe to say that it would be a no if they asked the company.
#8
Travelodge Nice spend a fortune in them cheap as chips
#9
I've had 4 adults & 3 kids a few years ago in one room long story
#10
blindmansden
I've had 4 adults & 3 kids a few years ago in one room long story

We've got all night :D

Then again it may best we don't know

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jul 04, 2014 20:39
#11
Thankyou very much for all your replies much appreciated
#12
simplyjimbo
blindmansden
I've had 4 adults & 3 kids a few years ago in one room long story

We've got all night :D

Then again it may best we don't know

lol
#13
NEtech
I don't disagree with you there mate, however some people may just ask the question on here to feel the water, then if they get an answer close to what they were expecting then go ahead and approach the company.

If they get all negatives replies,mainly from genuine members, and you can usually tell if people are trolling or being genuine, then it is fairly safe to say that it would be a no if they asked the company.

I'm not a troll, I just think people should do thing for themselves and get the correct answer to their query.

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