Hotel Occupancy Terms

Q: I am looking at several of the all suites hotels and they offer single, double, triple and quad rates? What is the difference between the triple and quad when a suite has 2 queen beds and a pull out?

A: The terms, single, double, triple, and quad denotes the number of adults in the room, not the bed types. A triple room will have 3 adults and a quad will have 4 adults. Most hotels in Alaska set the room rate based on the number of adults in the room.

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