These useful words and phrases will help you communicate with the hotel staff.
Book a room/make a reservation – to reserve an accommodation.
Charge per night – cost of a room per one night.
Check in – when you get at the hotel you need to register at first, pay for your room and get keys.
Check out – to depart from the hotel by leaving keys at the front desk.
Complimentary – free of charge.
Continental breakfast – a light breakfast that often includes a cup of coffee or juice and a croissant.
Cot – a little bed for a child.
Damage charge – the cost of any broken hotel property that you pay.
En-suite – a bathroom that you can enter only from inside your bedroom.
Full board – it relates to the type of your living and means you have full meals included.
Full English breakfast – a big breakfast with a variety of meals.
Half board – a room with only one main meal served per day.
Kitchenette – a small area for cooking.
Linen – it includes pillow cases, sheets and blankets.
Registration form – a list with questions and information to fill in when you check in.
Safe – a secure box with a code where you can put your valuables.
Towel – a piece of absorbent cloth that you use to dry yourself after shower.
May I book a single room?
How much is it for a single room?
Do you have any rooms left/available?
What time is check in/out?
Is there in room iron?
Do you serve breakfasts?
Is there a shuttle service to/from the airport?
Is breakfast included in the price?
What time is the breakfast served?
Could you change the linen in my room?
How far is it to the airport?