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Hotel Room Types:

STANDARD (STD):

This category refers to the most basic roomtype that any hotel may offer, featuring basic furnishings & amenities. However, the standard room definition may differ according to the type of hotel.

MODERATE (MOD):

A moderately better room type than standard, but definitely not deluxe. It may be with reference to the room size & type or may as well be for the room view & furnishings.

SUPERIOR (SUP):

The definition may change as per its interpretation. Most often it refers to the room type superior to the standard room in terms of size & furnishings. However, at times it may also refer to the view or location of the room.

DELUXE (DLX):

These rooms are designed to look Deluxe in every way right from furnishings to view, size & location. However, there are certain hotels where a deluxe room is a lower categoryroom type than superior.

RUN OF HOUSE (ROH):

A class or type of hotel room anywhere within the hotel, which is assigned to you at the time of checkin. The room however cannot be categorized as deluxe, superior or standard.

JUNIOR SUITE (JRSTE):

A large room with a separate seating and sleeping area. Though a single room, at times it may have a small divider seperating the seating area from the area that has the bed.

SUITE (STE):

A suite is a room type that has clearly defined living room and bedroom with a seperating door closing between them. At times, it may also refer to any hotel room with sofa in it.

STUDIO (STU):

With the exception of an additional kitchenette and cooking facility, this is almost similar to a Junior Suite.



Next comes bedding categories. These are usually easier to figure out:
  1. KING (K):
    As per US measurements, this is a bed that is 72 inches wide by 72 inches long.
  2. CALIFORNIA KING (CK):
    A kingsized bed, that is longer than its width. It measures as 72 inches wide by 78 inches long.
  3. QUEEN (Q):
    According to US measurement, a bed that is 60 inches wide and 72 inches long.
  4. DOUBLE (D):
    According to US measurement, a bed that is 54 inches wide and 72 inches long.
  5. TWIN (T):
    Also referred to as "single" this is supposed to be 36 inches wide and 72 inches long. At times it may be as narrow as 32 inces wide.