Old Sep 27, 19, 9:53 pm
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jerry a. laska
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Originally Posted by Rano91 View Post
I'm looking to book a special trip for 4 adults and trying to avoid having to get 3 rooms and seeing if I can get away with just 2.

In essence, I'm wondering what properties have the largest standard rooms that could be divided into 2 separate sleeping areas (single bathroom is fine) as opposed to having 2 beds in the same room?
Originally Posted by :D! View Post
They said 4 adults. And perhaps they might be, err, doing stuff in bed.
Yes the OP said four adults but also said he was trying to avoid three rooms. Why won't two rooms work, especially if two and two can stay together in one room with separate sleeping areas (for example, a 2 bedroom suite)? If two rooms won't work, apparently 2 people will be staying together in one room and so is the OP trying to avoid one in the second and one in the third room? I have the same question as viraldemos, why can't the the one and one stay in the same 2 bed room in separate beds? Why won't two rooms work?
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