connecting room

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Noun1.connecting room - a hotel room that shares a wall with an adjoining room and is connected by a private door
hotel room - a bedroom (usually with bath) in a hotel
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Families can book a room and enjoy a 50 percent discount on a second connecting room for their children.
Until September 30 book a deluxe suite and receive up to 50 per cent discount on a connecting room for children.
The 'buy one room, get a connecting room half-price' oer applies to children aged 16 or younger.
The 'buy one room, get a connecting room half-price' offer applies to children aged 16 or younger.
For a more rugged look, design the bathroom in harmony with the connecting room.
Within minutes we had ticked every item on the list -- including a spacious balcony with a view over the pool to the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean -- and had even added a few more: a peephole in the door at an accessible height, a cut-out switch next to the bed and a connecting room allowing carers or other family members easy access to the suite.
8, 2012, the Family Time package includes features that incite families to spend time together, such as connecting room accommodation (with the purchase of two rooms), daily family breakfast, complimentary childrenOs gifts and activities the family can enjoy together, and in-room high-speed Internet access.
For families traveling with more than one child, a connecting room is available at 50 percent off rack rates for kids occupying the room.
It would definitely be worth booking a connecting room if you have little ones who need to go to bed early.
The second connecting room is the exact dimensions of a cell in Guantanamo Bay, and the third the size and depth of a family plot - a twist on the classical themes of the traditional three-part work.
Check to see that any sliding glass doors or windows and any connecting room doors are locked.

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