Post # 1
I just have a few questions.
The lady who works with hotel blocks at the hotel we are having the reception at sent me an email this week along with a contract for the blocks.
She said she would block ten rooms and they would be $99.00 a night for single or double occupancy
Does that mean that only one or two people can stay in the room for that price? Because I have several aunts and uncles who have several children.
Also, does this mean that I can only have ten rooms at that price or if there are more family members who want rooms we can expand the block or no.
Post # 3
Oops I really didn’t mean to post this on the wrong board.
I’m so sorry!
Post # 4
I would honestly just email her back and ask her those questions.
Post # 5
I used to work in hotels, so I’m pretty familiar with the whole block thing. 🙂 $99.00 single/double occupancy means that it’s for 1 or 2 guests in the room. If you increased to 3 or 4 guests per room, the rate would go up. At our hotel, it was usually $99/$99/$109/$119 for single/double/triple/quad.
10 is the normal minimum number of rooms you can have in a block. I would definitely ask her if you can increase your block if the 10 are booked. Depending on the situation and their current occupancy levels, they may or may not be able to give you more at the block rate if you need more.
I hope that this helps!
Post # 6
@FutureMrsBPB:ooooh thank you so much for your help!