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If you are staying at a hotel

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En esta clase aprender谩s frases y expresiones 煤tiles si decides alojarte en un hotel. Intenta aprender todo el vocabulario que puedas. Cuando llegues al hotel te pueden hacer algunas preguntas como:

    • Do you have a reservation? (驴Tiene usted una reserva?)
    • May I have your name, please? (驴Puede decirme su nombre, por favor?)
    • How long will you be staying? (驴Cu谩nto tiempo se va a quedar?)
    • Could I see your passport or ID? (驴Podr铆a ver su pasaporte o documento de identidad?)
    • How many guests are with you? (驴Cu谩ntos hu茅spedes lo acompa帽an?)
    • Could you please fill out this form? (驴Podr铆a completar este formulario?)
    • Do you need help with your bags? (驴Necesita ayuda con sus maletas?)
    • Do you need a wake-up call? (驴Necesita que lo despierten?)
    • Is there anything else I can help you with? (驴Hay algo m谩s en lo que pueda ayudarle?)

Otras oraciones que pueden ser de utilidad

  1. I鈥檓 sorry, we don鈥檛 have any rooms available. (Lo siento, no tenemos habitaciones disponibles)
  2. Your room number is 505, and it is on the fifth floor. (Su n煤mero de habitaci贸n es el 505, y est谩 en la quinta planta)
  3. Please sign here. (Por favor, firme aqu铆)
  4. Here is your key. (Aqu铆 tiene su llave)
  5. Breakfast is served from 6 to 10am in the restaurant on the ground floor. (El desayuno se sirve de 6 a 10 de la ma帽ana en el restaurante de la planta baja)
  6. Enjoy your stay! (Disfrute de su estad铆a)
  7. Thank you for staying with us! (Gracias por alojarse con nosotros)

驴Tienes hambre? En la siguiente clase aprender谩s vocabulario que podr谩s utilizar en un restaurante. Pero antes te invito a que nos compartas en el panel de discusi贸n cuales de estas frases usar谩s y crees que usar谩n contigo en tu pr贸ximo viaje. 隆Te leemos! 馃憗锔忦煈侊笍

Contribuci贸n realizada por: Milagros Fortis (Platzi Contributor).

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In this class you will learn useful phrases and expressions if you decide to stay in a hotel. Try to learn as much of the vocabulary as you can.

When you arrive at your hotel you could be asked some questions such as:

  • Do you have a reservation?
  • May I have your name, please?
  • How long will you be staying?
  • Could I see your passport or ID?
  • How many guests are with you?
  • Could you please fill out this form?
  • Do you need help with your bags?
  • Do you need a wake-up call?
  • Is there anything else I can help you with?
    .

If they don鈥檛 provide all the information you need at the front desk you might ask the following:

  • Do you have any rooms available?

If you haven鈥檛 made your reservation online before getting there.

  • Is there another hotel near here that might have vacant rooms?

  • What is the rate for a single room?

  • When can I check-in?

  • At what time can I check-in?

  • What is the wifi password?

  • Can I can the wifi code?

  • Can I have an extra key, please?

  • Is breakfast included?

  • What time is breakfast served?

  • Where鈥檚 the restaurant?

  • Are there any laundry facilities? Is there a laundromat near the hotel?

  • Do you have a gym or fitness center? Or Is there a business center in the hotel?

  • Does the hotel have any facilities for children? Is there a playroom for children in the hotel?

  • What facilities for the handicapped do you have?

  • Until when is the swimming pool open?

  • Does the room have to air-condition?

  • Can someone help me with my bags?

  • Is there an airport shuttle bus?

  • Does the hotel provide a shuttle bus to the airport?

  • Do I need to reserve a seat on the bus in advance?

  • What time is check out? What is the hotel鈥檚 check-out time?

  • Could we please check-out a little late, at 3 pm?

By the way usually you can check out and ask for them to keep your bags until you need to leave, so you could ask:

  • Can I leave my luggage at the hotel for a couple of hours after I check out?

And you might need to use these phrases:

  • I have a reservation. I鈥檇 like to check in.
  • I鈥檇 like a room for 6 nights, please, or I鈥檇 like to book a room, please.

Depending on your preference you could say a single room or a double room, etc

  • The room is too noisy.
  • I would like to change my room or ask
  • Can I have another room, please? This one is too鈥
  • There is no towels / soap / shampoo / toilet paper in the bathroom. Can you send them up, please?
  • The air conditioning is not working
  • I need a housekeeping service, please.
  • I鈥檇 like to stay for an extra day.
  • I鈥檝e lost my room key.
  • This is room 505, I would like to order room service. Or you could say: Hello! Could you send breakfast to Room 505, please? I鈥檇 like orange juice, waffles with maple syrup, and black coffee.
  • I am checking out now.
  • Thank you, I enjoyed my stay.

And you might hear some phrases such as:

  • I鈥檓 sorry, we don鈥檛 have any rooms available.
  • Your room number is 505, and it is on the fifth floor.
  • Please sign here.
  • Here is your key.
  • Breakfast is served from 6 to 10 am in the restaurant on the ground floor.
  • Enjoy your stay!
  • Thank you for staying with us!
    .

Are you hungry? In the next class, you will learn the vocabulary you can use at a restaurant.
!

  • #nsl$$$

New vocabulary:

  • Laundromat
  • Shuttle = Ir y venir, transportar

Excellent video and thanks for the information.

In this video, are explained and new expressions are given that I did not know, now that I travel to a place, I will put the new expressions into practice.

very nice class and learned many expressions and little by little learning more 馃槂

thank you very much for this great information :3

very nice class and learned many expressions and little by little learning more. In this video, are explained and new expressions are given that I did not know, now that I travel to a place, I will put the new expressions into practice.馃槂

Those are very important expressions that we can use when staying at a hotel鈥

those are very important expressions

this video is very important because it teaches us these important expressions

That expresions and phrases are very important when you want to stayin a hotel because you will know what to say or ask at the moment

It is important in case I want to travel, we learn too many things

The video is quite interesting, has expressions not very difficult to understand,

New vocabulary:

Laundromat
Shuttle = Ir y venir, transportar

very good

Frases and expressions that you can use in a hotel:

  • Do you have a reservation?
  • May I have your name please?
  • How long will you be staying?
  • Could I see your passport or ID?
  • How many guests are with you?
  • Could you please fill out this form?
  • Do you need help with your bags?
  • Do you need a wake-up call?
  • Is there anything else I can help you with?
    .
  • Do you have any rooms available?
  • Is there another hotel near here that might have vacant rooms?
  • What is the rate of a single room?
  • When can I check in?
  • At what time can I check in?
  • What is the wi-fi password?
  • Can I have the wi-fi code?
  • Can I have an extra key?
  • Is breakfast included?
  • What time is breakfast served?
  • Where is the restaurant?
  • Are there any laundry facilities?
  • Is there a laundromat near the hotel?
  • Do you have a gym or fitness center?
  • Is there a business center in the hotel?
  • Does the hotel have any facilities for children?
  • Is there a playroom for children in the hotel?
  • What facilities for the handicap do you have?
  • Until when is the swimming pool open?
  • Does the room have air conditioning?
  • Can someone help me with my bags?
  • Does the hotel provide a shuttle bus to the airport?
  • Do I need to reserve a seat on the bus in advance?
  • What time is checkout?
  • What is the hotel鈥檚 checkout time?
  • Could we please check out a little late by a 3:00pm?
  • Can I leave my luggage (baggage) at the hotel for a couple of hours after I check out?
    .
  • I have a reservation.
  • I鈥檇 like to check in.
  • I鈥檇 like a room for six nights please.
  • I鈥檇 like to book a room.
  • I would like to change my room.
  • Can I have another room please?
  • There are no towels
  • There鈥檚 no toilet paper in the bathroom.
  • Could you send them up please?
  • The air conditioning is not working.
  • I need housekeeping service please.
  • I鈥檇 like to stay for an extra day.
  • I鈥檝e lost my room key.
  • I would like to order a room service.
  • Could you send breakfast to my room please?
  • Could you send breakfast to the room 18 please?
  • I am checking out now.
  • Thank you. I enjoyed my stay.
    .
  • I鈥檓 sorry, we dont鈥 have any rooms available.
  • Breakfast is served from 6:00 to 10:00am in the restaurant on the ground floor.
  • Enjoy your stay.
  • Thank you for staying with us.
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  • be careful with prices
    in conclusion be detailed, careful, perfectionist and many more things about the flight we want to do

BE DETALLED, CAREFUL, PERFECTIONIST AND MANY MORE THINGS ABOUT THE FLIGHT WE WANT TO DO

i learned how to express myself if i go on a trip

I learned the vocabulary or phrases that help me when I want to stay in a hotel and also if I have not yet made a reservation online

If you are staying at a hotel.
Practice:
I think at the hotel they will ask me the following questions:

  • Do you have a reservation?
  • How long will you be staying?
  • Could you please fill out this form?
  • Do you need help with your bags?
  • Is there anything else I can help you with?
  • Please sign here.
  • Breakfast is served from 6 to 10 am in the restaurant on the ground floor.
  • Thank you for staying with us!.
    And I will use the following questions:
  • Do you have any rooms available?
  • When can I check-in?
  • What is the wifi password?
  • Is breakfast included?
  • Does the room have air-conditioning?
  • What time is check out?
  • I have a reservation.
  • I鈥檇 like a room for 6 nights, please.
  • Can I have another room please?
  • I need housekeeping services, please.
  • I鈥檝e lost my room key.

I am so hungry gimme a big burger with 3 floors of meat

Interesting

guest
wake up call
fitness center
business center
facilities
handicapped
check out
luggage
housekeeping
room service

very useful! thank you.

Good lecture.

This is very useful.

What a good audio-class

When you arrive at your hotel you could be asked some questions such as:

Do you have a reservation?

May I have your name, please?

How long will you be staying?

Could I see your passport or ID?

How many guests are with you?

Could you please fill out this form?

Do you need help with your bags?

Do you need a wake-up call?

Is there anything else I can help you wit

New vocabulary:

Laundromat
Shuttle = Ir y venir, transportar

5 Hospitality Phrases Guests Remember Most

  1. 鈥淚t鈥檚 My Pleasure鈥︹ / 鈥淚 Am Happy To鈥︹
  2. 鈥淭hank You鈥︹ / 鈥淲e Appreciate鈥︹
  3. 鈥淲elcome鈥︹
  4. 鈥淚s There Anything Else鈥︹
  5. 鈥淲e鈥檙e Looking Forward To Having You Again As Our Guest鈥

The reason for the choice of these phrases is explained here:
https://smartguests.com/blog/5-hospitality-phrases-guests-remember-most/#.Y7-Xcv7MJPY

In this class you will learn useful phrases and expressions if you decide to stay in a hotel. Try to learn as much of the vocabulary as you can.

When you arrive at your hotel you could be asked some questions such as:
Do you have a reservation?
May I have your name, please?
How long will you be staying?
Could I see your passport or ID?
How many guests are with you?
Could you please fill out this form?
Do you need help with your bags?
Do you need a wake-up call?
Is there anything else I can help you with?

If they don鈥檛 provide all the information you need at front desk you might ask the following:
Do you have any rooms available? (If you haven鈥檛 made your reservation online before getting there)
Is there another hotel near here that might have vacant rooms?
What is the rate of a single room?
When can I check-in? Or At what time can I check-in?
What is the wifi password or can I can the wifi code?
Can I have an extra key please?
Is breakfast included?
What time is breakfast served?
Where鈥檚 the restaurant?
Are there any laundry facilities? Is there a laundromat near the hotel?
Do you have a gym or fitness center? Or Is there a business center in the hotel?
Does the hotel have any facilities for children? Is there a playroom for children in the hotel?
What facilities for the handicapped do you have?
Until when is the swimming pool open?
Does the room have air-conditioning?
Can someone help me with my bags?
Is there an airport shuttle bus? Does the hotel provide a shuttle bus to the airport? Do I need to reserve a seat on the bus in advance?
What time is check out? What is the hotel鈥檚 check-out time?
Could we please check-out a little late, at 3pm? By the way usually you can check out and ask for them to keep your bags until you need to leave, so you could ask: Can I leave my luggage at the hotel for a couple of hours after I check out?

And you might need to use these phrases:
I have a reservation. I鈥檇 like to check in.
I鈥檇 like a room for 6 nights, please, or I鈥檇 like to book a room, please. (Depending on your preference you could say a single room or a double room, etc)
The room is too noisy.
I would like to change my room or ask Can I have another room please? This one is too鈥
There are no towels / soap / shampoo / toilet paper in the bathroom. Can you send them up, please?
The air conditioning is not working
I need housekeeping service, please.
I鈥檇 like to stay for an extra day.
I鈥檝e lost my room key.
This is room 505, I would like to order room service. Or you could say: Hello! Could you send breakfast to Room 505, please? I鈥檇 like orange juice, waffles with maple syrup and black coffee.
I am checking out now.
Thank you, I enjoyed my stay.

And you might hear some phrases such as:
I鈥檓 sorry, we don鈥檛 have any rooms available.
Your room number is 505, and it is on the fifth floor.
Please sign here.
Here is your key.
Breakfast is served from 6 to 10am in the restaurant on the ground floor.
Enjoy your stay!
Thank you for staying with us!

Are you hungry? In the next class you will learn vocabulary you can use at a restaurant.

Do you have a reservation?
May I have your name, please?
How long will you be staying?
Could I see your passport or ID?
How many guests are with you?
Could you please fill out this form?
Do you need help with your bags?
Do you need a wake-up call?
Is there anything else I can help you with?

  • Do you have a reservation?

  • May I have your name, please?

  • How long will you be staying?

  • Could I see your passport or ID?

  • How many guests are with you?

  • Could you please fill out this form?

  • Do you need help with your bags?

  • Do you need a wake-up call?

  • Is there anything else I can help you with?

Very nice class and learned many expressions and little by little learning more.

new vocabulary for traveling.

Good

it helps a lot when it comes to interacting when staying in a hotel

When you arrive at your hotel you could be asked some questions such as: 掳 Do you have a reservation? 掳 May I have your name, please? 掳 How long will you be staying? 掳 Could I see your passport or ID? 掳 How many guests are with you? 掳 Could you please fill out this form? 掳 Do you need help with your bags? 掳 Do you need a wake-up call? 掳 Is there anything else I can help you with?

Well, I learned the phrases and expressions that are very useful, which can be used if I ever travel and stay in a hotel.

thanks

This hotel is amazing woohoo.

In this class you will learn useful phrases and expressions if you decide to stay in a hotel. Try to learn as much of the vocabulary as you can.

Thank you
  • Do you have a reservation?

  • May I have your name, please?

  • How long will you be staying?

  • Could I see your passport or ID?

  • How many guests are with you?

  • Could you please fill out this form?

  • Do you need help with your bags?

  • Do you need a wake-up call?

  • Is there anything else I can help you with?

Love Platzi

excellent

thanks

It is very important to learn the expressions to be able to book a hotel

In this class you will learn useful phrases and expressions if you decide to stay in a hotel. Try to learn as much of the vocabulary as you can.

When you arrive at your hotel you could be asked some questions such as:

Do you have a reservation?
May I have your name, please?
How long will you be staying?
Could I see your passport or ID?
How many guests are with you?
Could you please fill out this form?
Do you need help with your bags?
Do you need a wake-up call?
Is there anything else I can help you with?
.
If they don鈥檛 provide all the information you need at the front desk you might ask the following:

Do you have any rooms available?
If you haven鈥檛 made your reservation online before getting there.

Is there another hotel near here that might have vacant rooms?

What is the rate for a single room?

When can I check-in?

At what time can I check-in?

What is the wifi password?

Can I can the wifi code?

Can I have an extra key, please?

Is breakfast included?

What time is breakfast served?

Where鈥檚 the restaurant?

Are there any laundry facilities? Is there a laundromat near the hotel?

Do you have a gym or fitness center? Or Is there a business center in the hotel?

Does the hotel have any facilities for children? Is there a playroom for children in the hotel?

What facilities for the handicapped do you have?

Until when is the swimming pool open?

Does the room have to air-condition?

Can someone help me with my bags?

Is there an airport shuttle bus?

Does the hotel provide a shuttle bus to the airport?

Do I need to reserve a seat on the bus in advance?

What time is check out? What is the hotel鈥檚 check-out time?

Could we please check-out a little late, at 3 pm?

By the way usually you can check out and ask for them to keep your bags until you need to leave, so you could ask:

Can I leave my luggage at the hotel for a couple of hours after I check out?
And you might need to use these phrases:

I have a reservation. I鈥檇 like to check in.
I鈥檇 like a room for 6 nights, please, or I鈥檇 like to book a room, please.
Depending on your preference you could say a single room or a double room, etc

The room is too noisy.
I would like to change my room or ask
Can I have another room, please? This one is too鈥
There is no towels / soap / shampoo / toilet paper in the bathroom. Can you send them up, please?
The air conditioning is not working
I need a housekeeping service, please.
I鈥檇 like to stay for an extra day.
I鈥檝e lost my room key.
This is room 505, I would like to order room service. Or you could say: Hello! Could you send breakfast to Room 505, please? I鈥檇 like orange juice, waffles with maple syrup, and black coffee.
I am checking out now.
Thank you, I enjoyed my stay.
And you might hear some phrases such as:

I鈥檓 sorry, we don鈥檛 have any rooms available.
Your room number is 505, and it is on the fifth floor.
Please sign here.
Here is your key.
Breakfast is served from 6 to 10 am in the restaurant on the ground floor.
Enjoy your stay!
Thank you for staying with us!
.
Are you hungry? In the next class, you will learn the vocabulary you can use at a restaurant.
!

#nsl$$$

Do you have a reservation?
May I have your name, please?
How long will you be staying?
Could I see your passport or ID?

When you arrive at your hotel you could be asked some questions such as:

Do you have a reservation?
May I have your name, please?
How long will you be staying?
Could I see your passport or ID?
How many guests are with you?

Thank you very much, this information is very important to stay in hotels.

That expression are useful in moment when do yo stay a hotel

very interesting everything is perfect to memorize

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very good

I learned about the expressions that I can use when traveling and staying in a Hotel.

In this class I learned useful phrases and expressions if in a moment I decide to stay in a hotel.

I learned new expressions to use if I go on a trip anywhere, be it a hotel, the beach, etc.

Que has aprendido en esta lecci贸n:

on how we can do the whole process of a trip, what we can take, how to express ourselves, what things we can carry in our luggage, what places are recommended for us to travel and discover beautiful places to enjoy with the family.

-23.1 Escribir que eh aprendido acerca del video.

In this class I have learned useful phrases and expressions in case I host me to stay in a hotel.

This video shows how to express yourself correctly, with correct expressions and phrases when staying in a hotel

I learned how to make reservations correctly as well as asking politely, where is the lobby or my room number
Basic questions for a traveler

Escribir que eh aprendido acerca del video
In this class I have learned useful phrases and expressions in case I decide to stay in a hotel

video 23.1
I understood in this video the various ways in which you can have a conversation in a hotel, questions about how we can stay, even how to go out, about facts are places, basically about staying in a hotel.

How to make reservations and ask for them in a proper and polite way, how to ask for things correctly such as; where is the lobby, or what number is my room are all causal questions when traveling abroad

I learned the vocabulary or phrases that will help me when I want to have a stay in a hotel and the documentation required to reserve a stay.

I learned useful phrases and expressions that I can use if I ever stay in a hotel