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Hotel breakfast “for two”

Hotel breakfast “for two”

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky, if the rate I’m booking specifies “complimentary breakfast for two”, but there I’m the only one registered guest, am I entitled to invite a friend along for breakfast?

  2. phize

    I’m not 100% sure on that policy. However, if there is no price difference, why not just update your booking to two people so that you don’t raise any eyebrows. Even if it is allowed to invite a friend, sometimes not everyone will be aware of that policy.


  3. MidSouthSkier

    Why not just put two people’s names on the reservation, even if the other person won’t actually be staying in the room? At check-in you can indicate the other person will be coming later. (Much later. As in the next day. :))

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