Traveller’s glossary

Niga Hotel has prepared this handbook to give a little help to the guests in choosing the right room.
People often get confused with the various nomenclatures so they risk to book a room that does not correspond to their needs. It can happen for example that the customer needs a room with a double bed, but by mistake he actually books a room with twin beds or vice versa.

For greater clarity, our hotel has decided to align itself with international definitions.

Rooms Name

  1. SING – Single Room
    Room for one person with one single bed.
  2. DUS – Double or twin room for single use
    Room for one person with 1 double bed or 2 separate beds.
  3. MATRI – Double room
    Room for two people with 1 double bed.
  4. TWIN – Double room with twin beds
    Room for two people with 2 single beds.
  5. TRP – Triple room
    Room for three people with 3 single beds, or 1 double bed and 1 single bed. It ‘s always better to specify.
  6. QPL – Quadruple room
    Room for four people with 4 separate single beds or 1 double bed and 2 single beds. It is always better to specify.
  7. PENTA – Quintuple Room
    Room for five people with 1 double bed and 3 single beds. It ‘s always better to specify.
  8. FML – Family
    Family room with 1 double bed and 2 single beds or 1 double bed and 3 single beds. It is always better to specify.

Other Definitions

  1. Extra bed
    Normally this is an armchair bed or a sofa bed, used as a bed in a double room.
  2. Connecting rooms
    Two separate bedrooms with a door between them that allows access from one room to another without going out into the hallway. They are ideal for families. Do not confuse connecting rooms with adjacent rooms: the latter are in fact simply two rooms next to each other.
  3. King Size bed
    An outsize bed, wider than a normal single bed.