Finding a Hotel
You can use the following phrases when you are looking for a hotel:
|I’m looking for accommodation.|
|I’m looking for a hotel.|
|I’m looking for a hotel that…|
|I need a place to stay.|
Here’s a list of various types of accommodation to help you find the lodging that best suits your needs!
Making a Reservation and Checking In
Whether you still need to make a reservation or you already have one, these phrases will help you get a room and the essential information you need to have a pleasant stay.
|Are there any rooms available?|
|I’d like to make a reservation.|
|I have a reservation under the name of…|
|I have a reservation, and I’d like to check in.|
|Is breakfast included?|
|What time is breakfast?|
|What time is check out?|
|How much is the room?|
|Is the room ready?|
Here are some phrases that you might need to use if you have a request for your room.
Let’s put some of these phrases into practice!
Expressing Your Needs
Here are some things you might need during your stay:
Let’s take a look at some examples!
Around the Hotel
Getting around the hotel will be easy if you know the names of the staff and the amenities in Spanish. Let’s take a look!
- To ask if your hotel offers certain amenities, ask ¿Hay…?(Is there…?) followed by a noun.
- If you don’t know where something is in the hotel. Ask ¿Dónde está...?(Where is...?)
The word sauna is feminine in Spain (la sauna) and masculine in most of Latin America (el sauna) .
Here’s a list of more helpful hotel words and phrases!
|El/La ... no funciona.||The ... doesn’t work.|
|El ... está roto. or La ... está rota.||The ... is broken.|
|There’s no hot water.|
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