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What are some common hotel room layouts?

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Common hotel room layouts include standard rooms with one bed, deluxe rooms with two beds and executive suites. While hotel rooms do vary, they generally include at least one bed, two or more nightstands, a desk, a dresser, a chair and a bathroom with full tub, toilet and sink.

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What are some common hotel room layouts?
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Standard hotel rooms include one queen- or king-sized bed with nightstands on either side. A television on top of a dresser or TV stand is most often opposite the bed, and a desk and chair are closer to the window. Many rooms also include a small sofa or armchair in one corner. The bathroom is most often next to the door with a closet across from it.

Deluxe rooms are larger than standard rooms and generally include two queen-sized beds. Other than the extra bed, they are often the same as the standard room.

Executive suites include a small living space with at least one sofa and usually an armchair or two. Off of the living space there is a bedroom with a queen- or king-sized bed and a full bathroom. Suites usually have a television in the living area as well as in the bedroom.

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