Pricing at Hotel Gantry: Based on Rooms or Number of Guests?

Pricing at Hotel Gantry: Based on Rooms or Number of Guests?

At Hotel Gantry, we offer flexible pricing options to accommodate the needs of our guests. Our pricing structure is designed to provide convenience and value for both individual travelers and groups. Let’s take a closer look at how our pricing works:

  1. Room-based pricing: For guests who prefer a room-based pricing system, we offer rates based on the type of room you choose. Whether you’re staying in a standard room, a family room, or a luxurious suite, the price is determined by the specific room category you select. This pricing model is ideal for guests who prioritize the type of accommodation they desire.
  2. Guest-based pricing: Alternatively, we also have pricing options based on the number of guests in your party. If you’re traveling with a group or have additional guests staying in the same room, we provide rates that factor in the number of occupants. This pricing model is suitable for guests who prefer a more flexible approach and want to optimize their costs based on the number of people staying in the room.

At Hotel Gantry, we strive to ensure transparency and fairness in our pricing. When making a reservation, our dedicated staff will provide you with detailed information on the applicable rates, taking into account your preferred pricing option. Our goal is to provide a seamless booking experience and help you find the most suitable and affordable accommodation for your stay.

Please note that prices may vary based on factors such as the season, availability, and any ongoing promotions or special offers. We recommend contacting our reservations team directly or visiting our official website to get the most up-to-date information on pricing and availability for your desired dates.

We look forward to welcoming you to Hotel Gantry and providing you with a comfortable and enjoyable stay at competitive prices.

Khoa Đoàn

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