Glossary


Room type Meal Breakfast

 

Room type

SGL/Single

Single room

DBL/Double

Room for 2 persons with one double bed

TWIN

Room for 2 persons with two separate beds

TWIN-SOLO

Room for 2 persons wiht two separate beds for single use

Twin/Double for Single use

Room for 2 persons witn one double bed or two separate beds for single use

Twin/Double for Sole use

Room for 2 persons with one double bed or two separate beds for single use

TRPL/Triple

Room for 3 persons, not only with 3 separated beds. Often this room has one double bed and one single bed, which can be folding or on wheels

QUAD/Quadruple

Room for 4 persons

Child bed

Bed for a child of 12-18 years old

Cot/cradle/crib

Cot for children up to 2 years old

Infant

Children up to 2 years old

Standard

Standard room

Superior

Room larger than Standard room

Deluxe

Room big size with more expensive furnishings. Different from the Standard and Superior are primarily large in size, and almost always the better, more luxurious furnishings and finishes.

Executive

Room of higher level than Standard and Superior

Executive floor

Floor in hotel with high level service and additional service package

Club floor

Floor in hotel with  high level service and additional service package

Club room

Room located on the Club floor

Suite

Room of higher comfort facilities than Superior. There are different suite categories. Suite room includes from one to several rooms.

Junior Suite

Room large in size has all the advantages of the Deluxe rooms but more spacious and luxuriously furnished and decorated, most often consisting of a single (sleeping and sitting areas) or 2 separate rooms (bedroom and living room)

1Bdr Suite/One-Bedroom Suite

Room of higher comfort facilities consists of two rooms: bedroom and living room

2Bdr Suite/Two-Bedroom Suite

Room of higher comfort facilities consists of three rooms: two bedrooms and living  room

Duplex

2-level room. A large enough room type, consisting of two, and sometimes more rooms arranged on two floors

Connected/Connecting rooms

Two adjacent separate rooms, between which there is a door

Adjoining rooms

Adjacent rooms without a connecting door between them

ROH/Run of the house

Accommodation at the hotel, without specifying the room type and view

Sitting area

Rest area – part of a room with a coffee table, chairs and sofa

King Size Bed

Large double bed, width 180 cm

 

 

 

Mealup

AI/All inclusive

All inclusive: unimited meals during the day, including local beverages

BB/Bed and breakfast

Accommodation with breakfast

FB/Full board

Three meals daily. Usually Breakfasst,  Lunch and Dinner

HB/Half board

Two meals daily. Usually Breakfast and Dinner

RO/Room only

Accommodation without meal

UAI/Ultra all inclusive

Unlimited meals during the day , including  local beverages as well as imported  beverages (including alcohol). There is a wide range of All inclusive

 

Breakfastup

CB/Continental breakfast

Usually served on the table. Minimum requirements: bread / rolls, jam and a hot drink. May include a cheese or fruit.

BB/Buffet Breakfast

Breakfast of the "buffet" includes cold and hot dishes.
Minimum requirements: bread / rolls, jam and a hot drink, ham, cheese or fruits and  fruit juices, cereals and salads

AB/American breakfast

This breakfast is similar to Continental breakfast but also includes eggs and bacon. Minimum requirements: bread / rolls, jam and a hot drink, ham, cheese or fruits and fruit juices, cereals and salads

English Breakfast

Hot breakfast. Served on the table. Usually includes juice, scrambled eggs, toast, butter, jam and coffee or tea

Irish Breakfast

Hot specific breakfast. Served on the table. As a minimum - bacon and eggs. Traditionally, the most common ingredients in Ireland are bacon rashers, pork sausages, fried eggs (or scrambled), white pudding, black pudding, toast and fried tomato

Scottish breakfast

Hot breakfast. Served on the table. As a minimum - bacon and eggs

Scandinavian Breakfast

Cold or hot breakfast. Minimum requirements: bread / rolls, jam and a hot drink, ham, cheese or fruit plus fruit juices, cereals and salads

Israeli breakfast

Cold or hot breakfast. Minimum requirements: bread / rolls, jam and a hot drink, cheese or fruit plus fruit juices, cereals and salads, egga, Fish is permitted pareve and so is permitted with a dairy meal, and herring is frequently served. Other smoked or pickled fish dishes are also common, including sardines and salmon. Meat is never included.

A la carte

Dishes are ordered  from a menu