TWIN vs. King

Old May 13, 19, 3:40 am
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TWIN vs. King

I am Hilton Diamond and usually travel alone for business. Most of the time I book a twin room for single guest (this is more cheaper in Europe and other continents). However, this time I will travel with my wife, the difference between Twin (single guest) and King (two guests) might come to 30-40 Euro/day. Do you see any issues if I book Twin (two guests) and ask for an upgrade to King?
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Old May 13, 19, 4:26 am
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Book King for 1 person?
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Old May 13, 19, 4:28 am
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Originally Posted by absdotan99 View Post
I am Hilton Diamond and usually travel alone for business. Most of the time I book a twin room for single guest (this is more cheaper in Europe and other continents). However, this time I will travel with my wife, the difference between Twin (single guest) and King (two guests) might come to 30-40 Euro/day. Do you see any issues if I book Twin (two guests) and ask for an upgrade to King?
is the other reason that the Conrad hotels give 2 soft toys with twin beds and only 1 with the king ?
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Old May 13, 19, 3:07 pm
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Originally Posted by absdotan99 View Post
I am Hilton Diamond and usually travel alone for business. Most of the time I book a twin room for single guest (this is more cheaper in Europe and other continents). However, this time I will travel with my wife, the difference between Twin (single guest) and King (two guests) might come to 30-40 Euro/day. Do you see any issues if I book Twin (two guests) and ask for an upgrade to King?
I believe Hilton has the second guest stays free. So as long as it is just a room rate ( no special rate including breakfast or dinner etc) you can book the room for one and have your wife as the free second person. No need to pay the second person fee. Just make sure you don't book a single room as they can be an actual one single bed in some places!

You may or may not get an upgrade. So whatever you book be prepared to sleep in twin beds if that is what you book.
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