Definition of double room in English:

double room

noun

  • A hotel room or bedroom designed to be used by two people.

    ‘the cost of a double room in a typical beachfront hotel’
    • ‘Instead of what the students had signed up for, most of them have been sharing spartan double rooms at a hostel since the beginning of the year.’
    • ‘All of them are double rooms with shower rooms en suite.’
    • ‘This is a large double room with polished wood floors and an extensive range of fitted wardrobes.’
    • ‘This means a double room now costs £150 per night including breakfast.’
    • ‘The double rooms have built-in wardrobes and original fireplaces.’
    • ‘While there were a few visitors in double rooms and in tents, I was the only person occupying an eight-bed men's dormitory.’
    • ‘There are three couples in the group, so they will want double rooms, and the rest know each other well enough to share twin rooms.’
    • ‘Their accommodation here for five nights will be in a double room with an interconnecting room available on request, with beds and a sofa bed for the boys.’
    • ‘The bedroom accommodation comprises two double rooms, one to the front and one to the back.’
    • ‘This price is based on a double room with sea views, including return flights and taxes.’