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Sweden & Denmark
Next year one of my good friends is having one of those milestone birthdays and she wants to visit Sweden & Denmark to celebrate. There are 3 of us who’ll be going and we’d like to have one room with three beds even if one is a rollaway. I know lots of hotels in Europe are only set up for 2 people (sometimes they won’t even have rooms with 2 beds available on points) and won’t (or can’t) accommodate a rollaway but I wanted to see if anyone had first-hand experiences with locations that allowed this.
If we can’t squeeze into a single room we may get a 4th party involved so we can have two rooms, maybe one on points and one with cash but will have to see how things go.
I stayed at the Marriott in Copenhagen in January 2017 in a standard room, and the room itself was physically huge. I was traveling solo, so don’t have first hand knowledge if they allow the rollaway. But, I know a lot of times in Europe, the rooms are just so physically small, that a rollaway wouldn’t fit. Not the case in Copenhagen…
Not much, but hope that helps!
I stayed at a Best Western in Copenhagen with 3 people – we each had a twin (felt narrower than normal) beds but it was REALLY cramped.
I can’t cite a specific hotel but I know that “triple” rooms are not uncommon in Europe. I’ve done it before in Southern France and Lake Como.