Cuanto cuesta una noche en este hotel?

pili84

Senior Member
Español
Hi!

I´d like to know, how do you say in English "cuanto cuesta una noche en este hotel?"

My try:
How much does a night cost in this hotel?

Thank you.
 
  • SuperScuffer

    Senior Member
    English - GB
    All the suggested translations sound a little odd to me, as I think you would more normally talk about "rooms" rather than just "nights".

    "How much is a twin-room per night in this hotel?" etc.

    or "What are your nightly room rates?"
     

    bondia

    Senior Member
    English-England
    All the suggested translations sound a little odd to me, as I think you would more normally talk about "rooms" rather than just "nights".

    "How much is a twin-room per night in this hotel?" etc.

    or "What are your nightly room rates?"
    i

    More simply:
    "How much does a (twin) room cost per night?"
    "What do you charge per night for a twin room?"
    The concept of twin-room sounds strange to me. I think in most hotels it is redundant.
    "per" night also sounds strange.
    I would say:
    "What's the price for a room for two?"
     

    sdgraham

    Senior Member
    USA English
    All the suggested translations sound a little odd to me, as I think you would more normally talk about "rooms" rather than just "nights".

    "How much is a twin-room per night in this hotel?" etc.

    or "What are your nightly room rates?"
    This works for me in AE as well, except we'd probably say a "double room."
     

    ntello

    Member
    Spanish
    Well, you mainly ask for a room, and they will ask you if you prefer a single room or a double room.
    Then you have to ask for a king bed, two beds, or whatever you want.
     

    ntello

    Member
    Spanish
    Si, pero como siempre... hay varias traducciones posibles y casi todas vienen a decir lo mismo...
     
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