Room Types Explained
Ensuite Rooms: Ensuite rooms have a private bathroom attached to the room. The bathroom will have a WC and a bath or shower (or both combined). All rooms featured on easy-london-hotels.com are ensuite.Single Room: A single room is designed to accommodate one person only. The room contains one single bed, (approx. 3′ x 6′ 3 or 1m x 1.9m).
Double Room: A double room is designed to accommodate two people only. The room usually contains one queen bed. (approx. 4′ 6 x 6′ 3 or 1.4m x 1.9m). The size of the the double beds are European standard and are usually slightly smaller than those found in the North American hotels.
Double (1 Person): A double room can be booked for one person – the industry term for this is Double for Single Occupancy. Some of the hotels charge a lower rate if only one person is staying in a double room. This rate will be shown if applicable.
Twin Room: A twin room is also designed to accommodate two people only. The room contains two single beds. (Approx. 3′ x 6′ 3 or 1m x 1.9m) – each bed sleeps one person.
Triple Room: A triple room is designed to accommodate three people only. The room will usually contain three single beds. However, some hotels can offer a room with 1 Double bed and 1 single bed – Please state your preference when making your reservation.
Quad Room: A quad room is designed to accommodate four people only. The room will contain either: Two queen beds One queen and two single beds Four single beds Please specify which option you require when sending your reservation form. We can also assist you in seeking accommodation that can accommodate more than four people in a room. Please specify the number of people in your party when completing your reservation request form.
Executive & Superior Rooms: Are designed to provide a more luxurious atmosphere than standard (std) rooms. The main attraction with these rooms are that they usually feature upgraded furniture and decor, and they are also invariably more spacious. Often, these rooms offer a sitting area, perhaps a sofa and easy-chairs in addition to the bed, to provide extra comfort. Also, in some hotels there are extra facilities – these vary enourmously with each hotel – they range from: upgraded complimentary bathroom products, work/writing desk, complimentary flowers, bathrobe etc.
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 three separate bedrooms, with a separate lounge area and bathroom, and often sleep two people per room. Apartments also contain a full kitchen or a scaled down version known as a ‘kitchenette’.
Suites & Mini Suites: Are designed to offer a more substantial form of accommodation. They normally contain one (possible two) double bedroom. Suites contain a sitting area with lounge style furniture, i.e. a sofa and easy chairs. The term ‘mini’ when applied to Suite usually refers to the sitting area being quite compact. Suites usually contain a total of three rooms; a bedroom, a bathroom and a sitting room. There is no kitchen in a Suite, though some may provide a microwave oven plus small refrigerator.