What are the different types of hotel rooms

Definitions of the types of rooms in the accommodation industry

Apartment
An apartment is accommodation with separate bedrooms and living rooms as well as a kitchenette.

Double room
A double room is a room with sleeping facilities for two people in a double bed or two single beds joined side by side.

Single room

A single room is a room with sleeping accommodation for only one person.

family room
A family room is a room that sleeps three or more people, at least two of which are suitable for adults.

Junior suite
A junior suite is accommodation in a room with additional space for seating.

Maisonette

A maisonette is an apartment that extends over at least two floors that are internally connected to each other.

Multi-bed room
A shared room is a room with sleeping facilities for three or more people.

penthouse
A penthouse is an apartment that is located on the top floor of a multi-storey building and has a large roof terrace.

Dormitory
A dormitory is a room with multiple beds for people belonging to a certain group or not.

Studio
A studio is accommodation in one room with a kitchenette.

suite
A suite is accommodation with separate, connected bedrooms and living rooms.

Twin bedroom
A twin room is a room with sleeping facilities for two people in separate beds.