Room Occupancy at Hotel Gantry: How Many Guests Can Stay in One Room?
At Hotel Gantry, we offer a variety of room types to accommodate different group sizes and preferences. The number of guests that can stay in one room depends on the specific room type and the occupancy limits set for each room. Here’s an overview of the typical occupancy options:
- Single Occupancy:
Some of our rooms are designed for single occupancy, meaning they are ideal for one guest only. These rooms typically feature a comfortable single bed or a twin bed, providing ample space and amenities for solo travelers.
- Double Occupancy:
Most of our rooms are suitable for double occupancy, allowing two guests to share the same room. These rooms usually feature either a queen-size bed or two twin beds, ensuring a comfortable stay for couples, friends, or colleagues traveling together.
- Family Occupancy:
For families or larger groups, we offer rooms with higher occupancy limits. These rooms are designed to comfortably accommodate three or more guests, depending on the room configuration. Family rooms may feature larger beds, additional rollaway beds, or connecting rooms to ensure ample space for everyone.
It is important to note that the maximum occupancy allowed in each room is determined by fire safety regulations and the overall comfort of our guests. Exceeding the specified occupancy limit is not permitted for safety and quality reasons.
When making a reservation, it is essential to indicate the correct number of guests to ensure that we assign you the most suitable room. This allows us to prepare the necessary bedding arrangements, amenities, and ensure a pleasant experience for everyone.
If you have specific requirements or need assistance in choosing the right room type for your group size, please feel free to contact our reservations team. We will be more than happy to assist you in finding the most suitable accommodation option at Hotel Gantry.
We look forward to providing you with a comfortable and enjoyable stay, regardless of whether you are traveling solo, as a couple, or with a larger group.