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Twin share and other accommodation terms explained

Twin-share is a "couples" rate. For single travellers a surcharge called a "singles supplement" will usually be quoted because he/she will bear the whole cost of the hotel rooms.

If a company which advertises $200pp twin share, that means 2 people (pp=per person) in a room who pay $200 each, which means $400 for the room.

En-suite: You have your own bathroom attached directly to your room.

Self-Contained: You have your own kitchen in the room and means you could prepare meals in your own room.

Studio Suite: This offers the convenience of a kitchen. Individually controlled air conditioning, separate bath and shower. Bed and kitchen is usually in the same room and is usually bigger than a normal standard room. (often used by Hotels).

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