Not sure how to book a hotel room in English? Let us help you! If you are traveling for business or vacation, then this is important to be able to do, as you'll need a place to stay while traveling.

Here we'll introduce you to essential phrases that you can use when booking your room and during your stay at a hotel. Have a look and get prepared for your next trip!

Booking a Room: Guest

Below, we've collected phrases that you'll need when booking a room over the phone or once you arrive at check-in. Use them the next time you need a hotel room.
I would like to book a room for the 7th of July.
 
Do you have any rooms available from the 11th to the 15th of November?
 
I'd like a single room, please.
 
I would like to have a room with a view of the lake.
 
Is breakfast included?
 
When can I check-in?
 
When is check-out?
 
Can someone help me with my bags?
 
Where should I park?
 
 

Booking a Room: Receptionist

Hotel front desks are your first stop when arriving at a hotel. There you can book a room, check in, and ask questions. Below you'll find different phrases that receptionists may say to you once you arrive or book a room.
Do you have a room reservation?
 
How long will you be staying with us?
 
How many nights would you like to stay?
 
How many guests are with you?
 
What kind of room would you like?
 
I'm sorry we don't have any rooms available.
 
The room includes free breakfast.
 
There's a great view from the room.
 
Here is your room key and number.
 
Check-out is until 10am.
 
Do you need a wake-up call?
 
Do you need help with your bags?
 
Is there anything else we can help you with?
 
Thank you for staying with us!
 
 

During the Stay: Guest

The following phrases are useful during your stay at a hotel. Use them for different things, like when you have problems with your room or would like to order room service.
I'd like to change my room.
 
The room is too noisy.
 
Could I get a wake-up call?
 
I'd like to order room service.
 
I've lost my room key.
 
Could I get some extra towels?
 
Where is the swimming pool?
 
How long is breakfast?
 
 

Checking Out

Before you can leave a hotel, you'll need to check out. Below are phrases that are useful when doing this.
I would like to check-out.
 
We'd actually like to stay another night.
 
What room number did you have?
 
May I have your room key, please?
 
We hope you enjoyed your stay with us.
 
We had a very pleasant stay.
 
 

Answers to the Most Common Questions

What are the most essential English phrases that I should know when going to a hotel?
  • I would like to book a room for the 7th of July.
  • Do you have any rooms available from the 11th to the 15th of November?
  • Do you have a room reservation?
  • I'd like to order room service.
  • When is check-out?
  • Is there anything else we can help you with?
  • The room is too noisy.
  • Could I get some extra towels?