Does anyone know the difference between the room types? Can find explanations on website. I have booking options for King Room, King Superior, Deluxe room and 2 bed Executive, not sure which is best as the best is not always the most expensive!:)
Update:) I called the hotel to ask and she said they're all pretty much the same. I asked we're the superior or deluxe rooms on higher floors and she said no, all floors have a variety of room types. They're all the same size, all the same bed but the prices are much higher for superior and deluxe. She said the only difference is an espresso machine and chocolates in the room...not worth an extra €40 per night if you ask me! Thanks all:)
All I can say to you is that some times it's a little thing like no water in the room and then having water as in bottled and dressing gowns and slippers or not . I found this with an other hotel and the room size was the same just no added bits and the exe room would be bigger. but I stayed here and had water bottled and kittle but no slippers or gown but room was great big enough and bathroom was big also . Now I could be wrong but that my experience from them rooms go back into site and look at room size etc and it will give you a list of what in each room got to booking . Com they have a list
I would suggest just staying in the cheapest. I think the differences are things like slightly larger room, better view and extras like dressing gown,slippers and toiletries.
Ask yourself how much time you want to be spending in the room.
I once booked a suite, it had 2 outside doors, one to the bedroom and one to the lounge, they were link by a reception room. It was wasted on us as we spent most the time out and about.
Hope this helps
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