Can I book a hotel room with 2 single beds?
So basically I booked a hotel room with 2 single beds, and my friend can't go.
It just leaves me in the hotel room with an extra bed. it's already paid for.
Am I still good to go or should I be worried?
- Dr. StephanieLv 77 days ago
Of course you can still go, but think about whether you still WANT to go. If you are alone, it may not be as much fun.
- FoofaLv 72 weeks ago
There's no law anywhere that you can sleep in room with an extra empty bed in it. If you wanted a more comfortable stay you could even push the singles together to make one bigger bed.
- sunshine_melLv 73 weeks ago
There's no issue here.
If you want to be more comfortable you could see if the hotel could swap the twin room you've booked for a double room (these are generally the same cost)
- dripLv 73 weeks ago
In the US I don’t know of any hotel that has single beds. They usually offer two queen sized beds or one king sized bed. And surprisingly a king bed room can cost more. At some hotels it is the same cost. Call the front desk and inquire.
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- ZirpLv 73 weeks ago
Of course you can
but if the hotel is full, they may want to move you to a (cheaper for you) single-bed room to make room for other guests. They can only do that if you tell them you'll be on your own
- el staplerLv 43 weeks ago
You paid for the room. The maid will be pleased. I stayed at a hotel for 3 nights and didn't even sleep in the bed. Basically just used the room to store my luggage and shower
- ReportingLv 63 weeks ago
Just mess the other bed up so it looks like it was slept in
- ꕶιཞҽɳLv 73 weeks ago
You're fine. The room is paid for either way.
- conley39Lv 73 weeks ago
That's not a problem. Just one bed will be used.
- W.T. DoorLv 73 weeks ago
The hotel does not care if the other bed is unused.