Wondering about the definition of a double-double room? Keep reading to learn the meaning of a double-double, see some examples, and get a better understanding of this travel glossary term!
What is a Double-Double Room?
A double-double room is a hotel room that is guaranteed to sleep two guests each in their own separate beds.
A standard double room is only guaranteed to sleep two people, and that could be on one double or queen-sized bed.
More on Double-Double Rooms
A double-double room is often configured with two single or twin-sized beds. However, it may be the case that the double-double room comes with two larger beds or one larger and one smaller bed. Though it may comfortably sleep more than two guests, a double-double room may only be allowed to accommodate a party of two or just one guest, perhaps due to building codes, floor capacity, or other requirements.
- 35 Fun Hotel Facts: Interesting Facts About Hotels Around the World
- How to Check in Early at Hotels: 9 Tips for Early Check-In Hotel Success
- Hotel Overbooking: Why do Hotels Overbook Rooms? (& How to Deal With It)
- Types of Hotels: Complete Glossary of 30+ Hotel Types Terms Defined
- 25+ Types of Hotel Rooms from Singles to Presidential Suites & More
- Vacation Meal Plans: 10+ Hotel & Food Plans Defined (EP, AP, CP & More)
- 50+ Hotel Industry Terms to Know Before You Go
- Adjoining Rooms vs Adjacent Rooms
Click below to return to the travel glossary for more travel words and phrases and their definitions.