Post # 1
For those bees that are having accommodation cards, did you use "Accommodation" or "Accommodations"?
I’ve just printed mine but I used "Travel/Accommodation". The card contains discount information for an airline as well as the information for the hotel where we have a block booking.
Is this acceptable or should I reprint with "Accommodations"?
It’s not too much of a deal to reprint (just a pain in the *ss).
Post # 3
I used accomodations, but it’s such a small detail that I wouldn’t reprint them just because of that.
Post # 4
Technically, accomodations are "lodgings," while accomodation is "something that meets a need." So while the plural of the word more specifically refers to your hotel information, the singular is not necessarily incorrect. So I think you can do whatever you want!
Post # 5
Well, suzanno is technically correct. Accommodation is a noun and its verb is accommodating– "to make adjustments as necessary". Adding an "s" to the end changes the meaning of the word to "lodgings".
An accommodation you may have for your guests is an optional vegetarian meal, while your guest may spend the night in accomodations you have arranged for them.