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Sam T. Housecat

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Single rooms?
« on: 08.01.2017, 15:00:26 »

Hi all,

Does anyone know how many single and double person rooms there are for EF? I'm considering to take a single room (for good reasons), but I heard that there is only a small number of single rooms available. I also heard the reservations will go very quickly, so I'm afraid that the single rooms will be full before I get the chance to book one. In that case, is it more prudent to go for a double room to have a better chance to get a room at all?
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Re: Single rooms?
« Reply #1 on: 08.01.2017, 15:05:56 »

From how I understand it, you can occupy any room type as single or double. There will be a selection for the amount of adults that go into your booked room, and that determines the price per night. :)
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Re: Single rooms?
« Reply #2 on: 08.01.2017, 15:48:08 »

Thanks for the reply. So, if I understand correctly, if (theoretically) a 1000 furs would reserve a single room, they all would get a single room? And furthermore, if a person books a room and indicates that it should be a double or triple room instead, the only thing that changes is the price?

In that case, I presume that I can book a room initially as a single room. If I would later decide that I wouldn't mind an extra guest in the room, I can change the reservation to 'double' and pay the surplus?
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« Reply #3 on: 08.01.2017, 16:14:34 »

Sounds about right, though triple rooms are only available on request for the normal room categories, as they require an extra bed, which is in limited supply.
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Re: Single rooms?
« Reply #4 on: 08.01.2017, 20:31:17 »

Thanks for the info!  :)
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Re: Single rooms?
« Reply #5 on: 09.01.2017, 15:27:54 »

So, if I understand correctly, if (theoretically) a 1000 furs would reserve a single room, they all would get a single room?
I'm not aware on a specific limit, but it might be the hotel has one. After all, if all ~1000 rooms are occupied by a single person, we'd have ~1500 instead of ~800 furs who needs to sleep under the bridge or remote hotels. So please be considerate whether you really need a single room, as this prevents 1-2 other furs from having one.

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Re: Single rooms?
« Reply #6 on: 09.01.2017, 15:46:10 »

Remember, the single ones are first to go...  :)
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Re: Single rooms?
« Reply #7 on: 09.01.2017, 23:41:48 »

I'm aware of the math. I do have a condition that makes having a single room less unpleasant than having to share a room. I wouldn't recommend people to get a single room just for luxury. But I'm not afraid that this will happen. Knowing furries, the most of them will share. Furries are stackable. :D

I probably am going to try to get a single room. If it turns out that there is a room shortage and furries so to speak have to sleep under a bridge, I'm willing to share the room. I just have to know a potential roommate a bit in advance. It has to be a clean person, someone who appreciates hygiene. :)
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