Rooms are messy affairs especially if you’re trying to pick the best one for your needs. There are many options to choose from and people get easily confused with what to choose. You must decide on the budget and how long you are to stay for as well as what sort of trip you are on. Here are the different classifications of rooms to choose from:
Most people choose rooms based on comfort, security, privacy and convenience. Room types also depend on a person’s tastes and the homely feel it offers the guest. A standard room has the basic necessities of ac, Wi-Fi, toiletries and a standard size bed. It’s the cheapest option in any hotel or resort.
The deluxe room is a step up from the standard room offering the basic necessities with a bit more added luxury and comfort. The deluxe room has two beds in one with a mattress and bedding of higher quality. Sometimes the term deluxe is used as a double room or double double room with four matrimonial sized beds are placed together this is a great option if you are travelling with other companions.
The same as a deluxe room but with the two matrimonial bed sets separated by a table in the center. This is usually taken by friends or travel partners who have no romantic interest and wish to have some separation amongst themselves. Double and Twin rooms are a frequently used term in the travel word. Some twin, single, double or deluxe rooms have interconnecting doors and are as a result called interconnecting rooms this allows two rooms to be connected into one. It allows free movement among each other’s room. This is great if you are travelling with children and you want to place a close eye on them.
A room which has two floors connected through an internal stair case these rooms are more expensive due to the luxurious feel it offers its guests. You must carefully decide on the room you want as this type of room could be dangerous if you are travelling with frail old guests or young small children. The stair case can pose a hazard as it turns into a play center for kids.
A room which is near a water area or a swimming pool. This room can also be considered as a type of a waterfront accommodation due its alluring beach like qualities. This is great if you are on a honey moon or you are travelling with your significant partner for a romantic getaway. The whole Caribbean or Maldivian Island experience is emphasized by the Cabana styled accommodation that gives you a feel for the beach.
This type of room overlooks a garden. It emphasizes on scenic beauty like waterfalls and landscapes. The beauty of the room is emphasized through the fan above complemented by the air conditioning. It is a great option if you are into landscapes and greenery as it is a vast contrast from a water front accommodation that can pose a threat in time of a tsunami.
Keep in mind that the above room types should only be used as a guideline as the titles and facilities can differ depending on the hotel irrespective of the title given to the room. Remember to choose a room based on your needs and wants. Give concern to those you are travelling with and place extra emphasis on small kids and old ageing adults. Remember to enjoy your vacation at a memorable destination!