Old Jan 25, 11, 6:43 pm
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QueenOfCoach
 
Join Date: Aug 2010
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OK, I've got one.

I have a heck of a time finding "junior suites" suitable for three adults on hotel websites. Even in hotels that have such facilities, I really have to dig to find them.

My husband and I like to travel with a single male friend. Years ago, we would book two rooms and try to get connecting rooms. Some years back, we ended up in a "junior suite" and really liked it.

The typical junior suite has a king or queen bed in one area, then a pull-out sofa bed in a semi-separate sitting room. That suits our needs just great. We pay a bit more for one room, but not for two separate rooms.

I would really like a fast and easy way to identify hotels with junior suite type rooms, suitable for three adults.

We like junior suites so much that even when my husband and I travel without our friend, we still seek them out. It's nice to have a semi-separated area if one wants to read and the other wants to sleep.
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