Quiero reservar una habitación I want to book a room
¿Tiene una habitación? Do you have a room?
Tengo reservado una habitación I have a room reserved
- a nombre de ________ - in the name of ……….
Habitación- con baño with ensuite bathroom
- individual single
- doble double (usually two single beds)
- con cama de matrimonio with a double bed
- con dos camas sencillas with two single beds
- con pensión with full board
- con media pensión with half board
- con desayuno with breakfast
- con vista with a view
¿Cuánto cuesta la habitación? How much does the room cost?
- todo incluido all included
- con IVA incluido including VAT
- sin IVA incluido not including VAT
¿Le gusta la habitación? Do you like the room?
¿Por cuántos días la quiere? How many days do you want it?
Sí me gusta. Me quedo con ella Yes, I like it. I’ll take it
No me gusta mucho I don’t like it very much
¿Tiene otra? Have you got another one?
Déjame el pasaporte o Let me have your passport or
tarjeta de residencia residence card
Tengo dos maletas I have two suitcases
¿Dónde está …? Where is …?
- el ascensor - the l ift
- el comedor - the dining room
¿Hay un restaurante cerca de aquí? Is there a restaurant nearby?
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