Wondering about the definition of a triple room? Keep reading to learn the meaning of triple rooms, see some examples, and get a better understanding of this travel glossary term!
What is a Triple Room?
A triple room is a hotel room that is made to comfortably accommodate three people.
The triple room, simply called a triple, at times, may be configured with different bed sizes to ensure three hotel guests can be accommodated comfortably.
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Even if the triple room might accommodate four or more people, it may be hotel policy or a legal requirement that the hotel only rent the room out to a party of three or less.
Common configurations of a triple room include:
- A double bed and a single bed,
- Two single beds and either a trundle bed or Murphy bed,
- Three single beds,
- A bunk bed and a single bed,
- Two double beds.
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