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Hotel reservation conversation between 2 people 

A conversation between 2 people. A customer rings the Pine Tress Hotel and wants to book a room.

Conversation about booking a hotel room

Receptionist: Good morning, Pine trees Hotel.  How can I help you today?

Customer: Hello, I would like to book a room for tonight / Friday, August 15th /  the 20th till the 23rd.

Receptionist: What kind of room would you like?

Customer: I would like a double room, please.

Receptionist:  Please hold on I will check ....  I am afraid we only have single room available. Tomorrow we will have a double room

Customer: OK that will do. How much for a single room?

Receptionist: Forty pounds including vat / excluding vat / before vat.

Customer: Are meals included in that price?

Receptionist: Yes, your breakfast and dinner are included and are served in our dining room.

Customer: That’s great; I will take a single room for tonight and change to a double room tomorrow.

Receptionist: Can you give me your credit card details so we can book your room....

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Hotel conversation between 2 people the receptionist and the customer

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