Availability and room prices (4)
- Are the prices provided on your site per person or per night?
All the prices provided on our site are calculated on a PER ROOM basis for the total duration of your stay. Prices include local service charges and taxes. However, for some destinations certain hotels do charge city tax or resort fees, further details of this can be found on the payment page of the booking process.
- Why can I see the price displayed for hotels change when I come back later?
Prices are subject to market fluctuation. They can vary slightly due to the currency chosen by you and the daily market exchange rate. However, once you have booked a hotel stay with us, the currency exchange rate is fixed during payment. For "Early bookings" the first payment will be charged at the time of the booking and the balance will be automatically debited a few days before the check-in date. Please note that foreign exchange rates could change between the initial payment and balance due date.
- Are children's beds available?
Providing you have specified in the search engine the number and age of children/baby you have, the results will display room information with an option for additional beds and/or cots.
- Is breakfast included in the price?
Breakfast will be included depending on the room option you choose. In the list of available rooms and during the booking process you can see if the offer has "Breakfast included", "Continental Breakfast", "Half Board", "All Inclusive", "Full Board" or "Room Only". Once the reservation has been completed you can also check on the voucher document to give to the hotel upon arrival.
- What are the different types of breakfasts?
The major types of breakfast offered at hotels are the following:
A hotel breakfast that is served commonly in the continental Europe, North America, and elsewhere, as opposed to the English breakfast served commonly in the UK.
This type of breakfast may include sliced bread with butter/jam/honey, cheese, meat, croissants, pastries, rolls, fruit juice and various hot beverages.
Traditional breakfast (also called full breakfast, usually served in inns or restaurants) may include cereals, porridge or stewed prunes, melon, yogurt, boiled eggs or bacon and eggs, grilled fish, sausages, grilled or fried mushrooms or tomatoes with fried bread, followed by toasted bread and marmalade and tea or coffee. Modern English breakfast (usually served in hotels or motels) may include cereals, bacon and eggs, toasted bread and marmalade with tea or coffee.
A hotel breakfast that might include the following: eggs, sliced bacon or sausages, sliced bread or toast with jam/jelly/butter, pancakes with syrup, cornflakes or other cereal, coffee/tea, orange/grapefruit juice. Also called American style breakfast.
Breakfast buffet offers a wide selection of hot specialties like home-made sausages, eggs, vegetable meals and more.